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Re: new vision owner
« Reply #20 on: August 29, 2005, 09:25:02 PM »
I was just about to ask what was the subject of this string...  :D

My oh my, what a clean 82.

SInce we're on the subject, could one of the homebrewer come up with a recipe to produce glycolnitromethanexylene for a boosting kit that would fit my cafe racer? I would have Lucky figure out how to make and install the kit, and supply me with the complete istructions on CD...  ;D

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Re: new vision owner
« Reply #21 on: August 30, 2005, 01:40:03 AM »
It's neat how "BBQ" means different things in different parts of the county/world. Here in VA/NC "BBQ" means some tender pulled pork topped with sweet coleslaw on a fresh baked hamburger type bun.? A "T-bone" is associated more with a "cook out".

Oh, and nice looking bike!

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For us in the wild west, a BBQ can mean a couple things.  When friends get together & toss any type of meat on the grill, it is often called a BBQ.  The BBQ restaurants here do all types of meat (the pulled pork is normally fantastic) but also include beef, chicken & hot sausage links.  A couple of the more upscale spots serve bison, elk & venison, too.  Sauces run from mild to very spicy.  A 'cook out' is more of a chuck wagon type affair - mainly for tourists.  Lots of dutch oven fare - very good grub, though.
Had a pulled pork sandwich last Friday night in Steamboat Springs.  The Double Z BBQ restaurant has been in business there for over 20 years.  Menu has never changed.  Always try to eat a meal there when I'm in town.  The sandwich was just as you described.

Lou -

As for the recipe for glycolnitromethanexylene, you better refer to a chemist.  I just do barley, wheat or rye grains & extracts mixed with water, hops & yeast.

OK - back to the subject of this thread (sorry for the hijack!)  You'll like that 'shark' fairing a lot.  I miss mine at times.

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Re: new vision owner
« Reply #22 on: August 30, 2005, 07:09:42 PM »
hey h20 I replied in the off topic section.
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