Make Beef Jerky – But Consider These Messages Below (via Make Beef Jerky)

Make Beef Jerky - But Consider These Messages Below For those who like to eat and make beef jerky here are some interesting fact about this snack. 1. The word Jerky comes from Native American “Charqui” meaning “to burn meat”. 2. Make beef jerky is one of the oldest methods to preserve meat without cooling. Meat is sliced into thin cuts then salted and dried in the sun. Rather frequently it was smoked over a small fire. 3. Of course the most commonly used meat to make beef jerky is beef but the bes … Read More

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How to remove the BBQ Pork Ribs Membrane (via BBQ Channel – Barbecue and Grilling)

Grill and Barbecue Pit Masters remove the membrane from their pork loin ribs, Baby Back, and Spare ribs so that their dry rub and sauce will permeate the meat, and produce a real tender rib. It's easy to do! Watch one of the BBQ Pit Boys show you the tips and tricks on how it's done.   Related Articles BBQ Ribs Recipe by the BBQ Pit Boys ( BBQ Ribs Recipe Pit Boys Country Style ( New Pork … Read More

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Pet fish

A man was stopped by a game-warden in Northern Algonquin Park recently with two buckets of fish leaving a lake well known for its fishing The game warden asked the man, “Do you have a license to catch those fish?” The man replied to the game warden, “No, sir. These are my pet fish.” “Pet fish?!” the warden replied. “Yes, sir. Every night I take these here fish down to the lake and let them swim around for a while. I whistle and they jump back into their buckets, and I take em home.” “That’s a bunch of hooey! Fish can’t do that!” The man looked at the game warden for a moment, and then said, “Here, I ll show you. It really works.” “O.K. I’ve GOT to see this!” The game warden was curious. The man poured the fish in to the river and stood and waited. After several minutes, the game warden turned to the man and said, “Well?” “Well, what?” the man respond ed. “When are you going to call them back?” the game warden prompted. “Call who back?” the man asked. “The FISH” “What fish?” the man asked.

River of Mystery – exploring the St. Joseph River (via Michigan in Pictures)

River of Mystery - exploring the St. Joseph River St. Joseph River Valley, photo by mojophiltre. Mojophiltre took this photo of the St. Joseph River, just above the Buchanan Hydro-Electric Dam. He has a view of the water going over the Buchanan Dam that you'll want to check out too. As usual, Wikipedia has an entry on the St. Joseph River – I like to include these so that people who are passionate and knowledgeable can add to the phenomenal resource that Wikipedia offers. The St. Joseph River Wa … Read More

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