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  • NOLA2005
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    Just the type of recipe to help me adhere to my diet.
    Last edited by NOLA2005; 10-11-2019, 08:57 PM.

  • BTDT2
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    Tethering off my cell phone....

    No electric, going to BBQ spiders for dinner tonight.

  • PR723
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    BTDT2,

    I use Terminix not only for pest control, but also for the scrumptious recipes........
    Deep-Fried Tarantula






    You'll need:
    • 2 cups canola or vegetable oil
    • 2 frozen adult Texas brown, Chilean rose or similar-sized tarantulas, thawed
    • 1 cup tempura batter (instructions below)
    • 1 teaspoon smoked paprika
    Tempura Batter:

    • 1 medium egg
    • 1/2 cup cold water
    • 1/2 cup all-purpose flour
    • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda

    To make the batter, beat the egg in a small mixing bowl until smooth. Slowly add the cold water, continuing to beat until evenly mixed. Add the flour and baking soda and beat gently until combined; the batter should be a bit lumpy. Let the batter sit at room temperature while heating the oil.

    In a deep saucepan or deep-fat fryer, heat the oil to 350°F. With a sharp knife, sever and discard the abdomens from the two tarantulas. Singe off any of the spider’s body hairs with a crème brûlée torch or butane cigarette lighter. Dip each spider into the tempura batter to thoroughly coat. Use a slotted spoon or your hands to make sure each spider is spread-eagled (so to speak) and not clumped together before dropping it into the hot oil.

    Deep-fry the spiders, one at a time, until the batter is lightly browned, about 1 minute. Remove each spider from the oil and place it on paper towels to drain. Use a sharp knife to cut each spider in two lengthwise. Sprinkle with the paprika and serve. Encourage your guests to try the legs first and, if still hungry, to nibble on the meat-filled mesothorax, avoiding the spider’s paired fangs, which are tucked away in the head region.


    Have you spent part of your week in the dark courtesy of PG&E?

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  • BTDT2
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    Thousands of tarantulas are emerging from the ground in the San Francisco Bay Area.


    tarantula

    For those members in Nevada, Alabama, New Jersey, Sierra Nevada mountains of California and members in their second week of retirement who want to what does spider taste like….. Well, you might expect it to be crispy on the outside and gooey in the middle and that's not a bad start. The legs are pleasantly crunchy and have little flesh in them. Then you get to the head and body which have a delicate white meat inside, rather like a cross between chicken and cod.
    Last edited by BTDT2; 10-10-2019, 06:35 PM.

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  • not.in.MY.town
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    Originally posted by PR723 View Post
    Sometimes it's helpful to have a friend proof read your work.



    I suspect Pastor Paul's "friend" was the one who posted it.

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  • BTDT2
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    Originally posted by PR723 View Post
    Double tap..sorry
    Image result for steel casing pipe

    Double tap



    Related image

    I see your double tap and raise you one tap -------

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  • PR723
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    Double tap..sorry

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  • PR723
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    Sometimes it's helpful to have a friend proof read your work.




    Last edited by PR723; 10-06-2019, 02:13 PM.

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  • NOLA2005
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    Originally posted by BTDT2 View Post


    Too good not to post....
    I drove by there everyday thinking "WTF!!?? ".

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  • NOLA2005
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    I bet some young man with a big goofy grin on his face went in there and asked for that two dollar bj, was dealt some cards, looked down with that goofy grin fading as he thought "WTF??!!"

  • BTDT2
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    Too good not to post....

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  • PR723
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    I remember that commercial well

  • Pogue Mahone
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    Originally posted by PR723 View Post
    There's only 2 men who can tackle the public defecation problem in San Francisco....

    I can hear Karl Malden now....

    "Pooper scoopers....Don't leave home without them!"




    Yes....I'm that old.

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  • PR723
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    There's only 2 men who can tackle the public defecation problem in San Francisco....


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  • BTDT2
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    Where’d Everyone Go?

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