Thanks it's been a while
Type: Posts; User: nutnog
Thanks it's been a while
I'm around. Hard to believe it's been 15 years on this board. Glad to see so many old school people here
You can find me on Facebook searching for "Cory Clawson" :hmgrin:
I do remember the Survivor games. There were a lot of fun games and things back then. I don't know if anything is going...
I have been a getting a few PMs if I am still around and alive. Yes, I am still around. We took some time to live in Thailand and now back in the States and still collecting. I recently got out all...
Ahhh memories of a few years ago getting the sold out message seconds after it opens up. I find it interesting how when something "sells out" they will put up more stock later online at a later date...
Still here too been around in some form or another since 2000
I haven't posted anything in a long time, my family and I moved from the US to Thailand just under a year ago but I wanted to thank the community for many great years of information and passion...
Still have kowl? Pm me if you want to sell
Ha I don't do that but my wife kickboxes.
Yes indeed the fam moved to Bangkok for work from the States. If you want to see how it goes in our new homeland trying to figure everything out:
Wanted one as well
Ho Ho Ho...at the chalet:
I tried too but no good...I can't find it anywhere in the email confirm.
it is going to be Geldor for me
Any pictures of your green beans we can see?
Thanks for the comments, it was a lot of work but it will be worth it.
I didn't do anything but a little sugar to sweetening it up a bit.
No, I used a colander to strain it all out after they boiled down. It worked much better than pealing all of them plus the raw apples aren't exposed to the air and brown up so quickly since they get...
mmmmmm apple butter...:orgrin:
I didn't peel them. I just washed, cored, boiled them down, then strained them through a colander before canning.
Thanks for the comments.
I have a pressure cooker but for those dilly beans I just gave them a hot water bath since they are pickled to begin with, just enough to seal the tops.
They are slightly pickled. I used quart...
Challenger all the way and I am a Chevy guy with a '71 Nova.
Camaros around here have quite a stigma against them but it might depend on what part of the country you live in or country for that...
Trapjaw has it all for me.
I took a look, those prices are very good! Thank you for posting reasonable prices.
Yeah it is a lot of work. I like to do multiple cans a day just because I have everything boiling, the equipment is out, and I can get all the windows open (it does really heat up the entire house)....
I remember seeing Goat Man as a kid and thinking he would be such a cool figure. I'm not holding my breath though, I still haven't gotten a MOTUC Stinkor.
Nothing, like you mentioned in your thread, I give them away to family and friends. I am not interested in making money, just having people enjoy what I can.
In the first picture is a veggie mix...
We have a gardening thread:
but no canning thread. I was wondering if anyone is into canning? I grow a bit of produce and use canning...
August is full of harvesting and canning. I've updated my blog to reflect this here:
Thanks for looking:skgrin:
Always great Freddy! I have been a long time subscriber of both of your YouTube channels.
Once again...where is Stinkor?
I have been tricked