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Smugworth
Apr 18, 2003

Well, I've got brain damage on the side of my brain, and I don't know which side, left or right, where I huffed gasoline for ten long years.




Can we build factory coconut farms that harvest with machines and put the mom and pop monkey coconut outfits out of business

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Smugworth
Apr 18, 2003

Well, I've got brain damage on the side of my brain, and I don't know which side, left or right, where I huffed gasoline for ten long years.




Ferdinand the Bull posted:

If you wipe dowm the ham regularly with salt water shouldnt it last almost indefinitely??

:unsmith: Honey, would you please go wipe down the ham?

:catstare: Goddamnit Harold it's your turn to wipe down the ham, I just did it 6 hours ago. And don't you dare forget to set your alarm for the 3am wipe down. And make more brine while you're at it.

:smith: Yes, honey

Smugworth
Apr 18, 2003

Well, I've got brain damage on the side of my brain, and I don't know which side, left or right, where I huffed gasoline for ten long years.




StormDrain posted:

Oh you know I got a gram of that fine Kirkland Saffron.


I hope you're aware of how many monkeys in shock collars it takes to process enough saffron threads for each of those jars.

Enjoy your yellow rice.

Smugworth
Apr 18, 2003

Well, I've got brain damage on the side of my brain, and I don't know which side, left or right, where I huffed gasoline for ten long years.




DkHelmet posted:

Just wait until someone tells him what happens to the cows when we make steaks.

Do you even realize how many monkeys it takes to kill a full grown cow?

Smugworth
Apr 18, 2003

Well, I've got brain damage on the side of my brain, and I don't know which side, left or right, where I huffed gasoline for ten long years.




Barry posted:

I cut up big blocks of cheese into manageable pieces, vacuum seal and put them in the freezer.

This is great advice, I just bought a vacuum sealer at Costco

Like a month ago, I bought a sliced cheddar/colby jack pack and discovered it was reduced fat and it got moldy in a week so I had to throw it out, which was great.

The giant block of parmesan is still going strong, though. It is a drier cheese.

Smugworth
Apr 18, 2003

Well, I've got brain damage on the side of my brain, and I don't know which side, left or right, where I huffed gasoline for ten long years.




Enos Cabell posted:

Vacuum sealer and a chest freezer if you don't already own one are the two most practical purchases you can make as a new Costco member.

Working on the second one, friend

CaptainCrunch posted:

I made a long delayed pilgrimage a couple days ago and out of curiosity I grabbed one of the house pre-seasoned tri tips. Gave it an 8 hour bath in my sous vide and seared best I could in my cast iron (I'm buying a torch for next time, it's too odd of a shape to easily and quickly sear, at least for me.). It turned out heavenly. Buttery soft inside, with the fats rendering into the meat. The seasoning was just OK. For all the color, it was pretty mild. Next time I'll just do my own seasoning.



that looks amazing and I may have to try it this weekend

Smugworth fucked around with this message at 21:45 on Feb 19, 2021

Smugworth
Apr 18, 2003

Well, I've got brain damage on the side of my brain, and I don't know which side, left or right, where I huffed gasoline for ten long years.




Quote != Edit :(

Smugworth
Apr 18, 2003

Well, I've got brain damage on the side of my brain, and I don't know which side, left or right, where I huffed gasoline for ten long years.




schreibs posted:

Sweet Jacobs well getting some press....although I am not sure why :psyduck:

It thawed out

Smugworth
Apr 18, 2003

Well, I've got brain damage on the side of my brain, and I don't know which side, left or right, where I huffed gasoline for ten long years.




I don't know where the corn tortillas are sourced but I really liked them, they were somewhat more dense and durable that your average corn tortilla and pretty tasty after throwing them on a skillet

Smugworth
Apr 18, 2003

Well, I've got brain damage on the side of my brain, and I don't know which side, left or right, where I huffed gasoline for ten long years.




The Mateo's salsa is really where it's at, has a pleasant little kick to it too

Smugworth
Apr 18, 2003

Well, I've got brain damage on the side of my brain, and I don't know which side, left or right, where I huffed gasoline for ten long years.




Oh, hey, Ruta Maya.

13ish years ago I worked in a restaurant next door to a Ruta Maya coffee shop. I'd see weird coffee soot floating in the sky in the morning when they were roasting which was kinda surreal. I went there for the happy hour IPAs instead of coffee so I can't comment, but thanks for jogging my memory. :unsmith:

Smugworth
Apr 18, 2003

Well, I've got brain damage on the side of my brain, and I don't know which side, left or right, where I huffed gasoline for ten long years.




I wish the Monster cases were cheaper

Smugworth
Apr 18, 2003

Well, I've got brain damage on the side of my brain, and I don't know which side, left or right, where I huffed gasoline for ten long years.




"aw geeze here comes that weird mustard guy again. Better get the mustard ready before he tries and ask me about the onion machine. What a creep. I wish my shift was over so I could smoke a bowl"

Smugworth
Apr 18, 2003

Well, I've got brain damage on the side of my brain, and I don't know which side, left or right, where I huffed gasoline for ten long years.




Tapenade?

Smugworth
Apr 18, 2003

Well, I've got brain damage on the side of my brain, and I don't know which side, left or right, where I huffed gasoline for ten long years.




Can confirm, dumpster dove a lot as a kid for some reason. Got a rad stack of 45s to play on my Tyco kids record player once

Smugworth
Apr 18, 2003

Well, I've got brain damage on the side of my brain, and I don't know which side, left or right, where I huffed gasoline for ten long years.




jisforjosh posted:

Yeah I recently learned that Texas doesn't allow publicly traded companies to sell liquor but even if THAT somehow got overturned, Costco still couldn't sell liquor in Texas. Texas law also states that if your store is opened before 10AM, closes after 9PM, or does ANY business on Sundays (even employees working, not open to customers) you can't sell liquor.

So yes, Texas loving hates freedom

:ssh: In the Republican stronghold of Texas, despite claiming to be the party of less regulation, the reason the laws are so draconian, especially when it comes to liquor laws and enforcement by TABC, is it's a loving racket.

If you ever have to wonder why the government in Texas does anything, from privatizing the electric grid or gerrymandering the hell out of the state, just remember, it's a racket.

Smugworth fucked around with this message at 23:40 on Apr 28, 2021

Smugworth
Apr 18, 2003

Well, I've got brain damage on the side of my brain, and I don't know which side, left or right, where I huffed gasoline for ten long years.




That White Queso ain't no joke. One of the things we miss since moving to Minnesota from Texas is good queso around every corner. It's good n messy.

Smugworth
Apr 18, 2003

Well, I've got brain damage on the side of my brain, and I don't know which side, left or right, where I huffed gasoline for ten long years.




Hasselblad posted:

I do not understand the concept of wagyu jerky. I want jerky that I nearly tear teeth out with, not soft gummy stuff.

This is all store bought jerky these days and I feel your pain. They must do something to tenderize jerky during processing for mass consumption, but I long for the dry brittle stuff that would make your jaws sore.

Sure, I could find a dozen varieties along any major Texas highway, but now I live in Minnesota.

Smugworth fucked around with this message at 02:51 on Jun 23, 2021

Smugworth
Apr 18, 2003

Well, I've got brain damage on the side of my brain, and I don't know which side, left or right, where I huffed gasoline for ten long years.




You can also chew on nails for the same effect

Smugworth
Apr 18, 2003

Well, I've got brain damage on the side of my brain, and I don't know which side, left or right, where I huffed gasoline for ten long years.




Renegret posted:

I'm tempted to grind the whole thing down with a Dremel and start it from scratch.

Please save yourself lots of trouble and use a drill attachment. These are really good for stripping cast iron down to the metal. Don't know if they sell em at 'stCo. They're silver underneath, who knew?

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Avanti-Pro-4-in-x-1-in-Non-Woven-Drill-Mount-Quick-Strip-Disc-PNW040100D01G/202830913

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Smugworth
Apr 18, 2003

Well, I've got brain damage on the side of my brain, and I don't know which side, left or right, where I huffed gasoline for ten long years.




Bibliotechno Music posted:

How on God’s green earth does Monster gently caress up your stomach less than coffee? All of those energy drinks feel caustic as hell going down.

Hey little fella maybe Monster is too much of a big person drink for your wittle tummy, maybe you should switch to strawberry yoohoo

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