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Old 05-12-2009, 04:24 AM   #11
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Four ounces of Chivas

Two ice cubes


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Lomi Lomi Salmon and Tortilla Chips

diced fresh salmon fillet, approx. 3/4 to 1 lb
1 diced medium red onion
three Roma tomatoes diced
1 tsp minced fresh cilantro
the juice of three large lemons
the juice of two limes

Mix salmon, onion, tomato, cilantro and lime and lemon juice in a two quart bowl. Cover and refrigerate overnight.

Serve directly from the refrigerator with corn tortilla chips and your favorite salsa.

P.S. Best consumed with your favorite beer!!


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Nope, I'm a WA guy and according to the place that I've gotten it from they consider it a local beer.
Moylans is located in Novato, CA.
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We finished our patio and now our backyard is somewhat civil. Lately I've really had this craving for blue cheese. Made some awesome blue cheese bacon hamburgers last night.
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Get 1 rack of pork ribs (Swine free of course)

Make wet rub and rub that rack down like you are rubbin a hottie at the beach with baby oil. Then place in foil wrap over night (Or vaccume seal) then early the next morning get up and start your fire get your smoke going and keep temp at 200 to 250 degs and let them sit in the smoker all darn day. Baste with Stickey fingers BBq sauce about once ever 1 to 2 hours. Ar 6 to 8 hours rigs some be done.

Go to Wal-mart and get the 250 ct baby wipe refill pack and then get in there and eat like a man get that sauce all over your face, hands, hair, chest privates you name get in and eat baby eat.....
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Here is a meal I like to make for summer parties,


Potatoes - idaho, russet, red, whatever - mix up 3-4 kinds if you like.

Boil potatoes for 20-25 minutes. Place potatoes in a baking tray, sprinkle crushed pepper, steak mix seasoning(your choice), a bit of salt. Bake for 10-15 minutes. Splash tray with Mediterranean seasoned olive oil, sprinkle more crushed pepper and serve.

Vegetables -onions, scallions, peppers - green/red/yellow, asparagus, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, peas, etc....

Stir fry vegetables in a splash of your favorite oil, sprinkle with crushed pepper. Place vegetable in baking tray, sprinkle crushed pepper, steak seasoning mix(your choice) and bake 10 minutes. Splash with oil and serve.


All totaled it takes about 45 minutes and will serve about 8-10 people.
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Moylans is located in Novato, CA.
After a quick google search, I discovered that Kilt Lifter is a type of beer that is produced at multiple breweries throughout the country. The type I got is from Pike's Brewery or some such.


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