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Happy Hour / Re: Delivery Driver Surprised by Snake Tapping on Window
« Last post by Ben on Today at 04:54:24 PM »
Hi Tazzy-- thanks for the info.  Very interesting Thanks again

Ben
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G'day Ben,
Funny post Mate(,F.Y.I. if you are interested) Eden is a small town on the south coast of New South Wales, near the Victorian border. it used to be a Whaling village in the 1800s & has some brilliant fishing as the continental  shelf comes in close to the shoreline , so, deep water without heading out 12 miles. This one looks like a Red Bellied Black snake , they can kill you if you get a big enough enveniomation , they also like to live near water like dams rivers & creeks in the bush. Not as aggressive as the King brown or the Tiger snake who will chase you for a fight or the Death adder who lies cammoed up & gets you as you walk by.     
                                                                Regards Pete
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Recipes / Re: TONY CHACHERE'S CREOLE SEASONING ( copy cat)
« Last post by Ben on Today at 04:00:23 PM »
Maggie-- sounds good, thanks for posting.  I am a copycat anyway.  Will give ingredient list to wife to purchase.

Ben
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Happy Hour / Delivery Driver Surprised by Snake Tapping on Window
« Last post by Ben on Today at 03:25:50 PM »
Vince-- this one is for you down under in Australia..near town of Eden. 
Snake crawls from under hood and wraps itself round the driver window, tapping on window wanting in.

https://www.msn.com/en-us/autos/news/delivery-driver-surprised-by-snake-tapping-on-window/ar-BBIdbv8?ocid=spartandhp

Ben

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Recipes / Re: TONY CHACHERE'S CREOLE SEASONING ( copy cat)
« Last post by bigboberta on Today at 02:38:16 PM »
I know some think it is a mortal sin for someone born and raised in South Louisiana to not like Tony's seasoning, but I don't.  I don't like it for the reason you stated, too salty.  I much prefer Tones Cajun Seasoning purchased at Sam's Club, lot less salt. I use the Tones seasoning in all my recipes cooking, barbecue and smoking.

There are numerous versions of Cajun seasonings here and most all contain excess salt.  I am going to try this recipe and see how it works. Who know maybe I will enjoy it more.

Bob
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General Discussion / Re: How I grow Beets ( in the High Tunnel )!
« Last post by Maggie13 on Today at 02:21:58 PM »
And sometimes a beet does this I call it my "Frankenbeet" : It is still alive and well!

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Recipes / Re: TONY CHACHERE'S CREOLE SEASONING ( copy cat)
« Last post by Maggie13 on Today at 01:11:28 PM »
Rabbit  the original does NOT contain MSG.
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Recipes / Re: TONY CHACHERE'S CREOLE SEASONING ( copy cat)
« Last post by Rabbitproof on Today at 12:32:27 PM »
Woodchip...Does the Tony C's contain msg? If so that is why it tastes so salty. MSG is salt on steroids!!! Maggies sounds good....hope to try soon.
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Happy Hour / Re: we survived
« Last post by Double B on Today at 11:55:35 AM »
We did too Mr. Monroe!! Just by the hair of our chinny, chin, chin ;D

It was cold but we managed to hunker down and survive. Today we are having a birthday party for my father in law because he has turned 89. I went next door to get ice and rode my golf cart by the garden and low and behold the onions, cabbage, cauliflower and broccoli all look like they survived. While it is currently 65 degrees, we had 18 degrees this week and the entire garden was covered in a couple inches of sleet. I can't stand cold weather so we will enjoy this day of warmth and dream or future gardening days ahead!!
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Happy Hour / we survived
« Last post by Monroe on Today at 10:39:28 AM »
about a week ago, or over, the weather person was giving a normal report of the day all of a sudden he started to get excited with , "the temperature is going to drop, you're going to feel--bla--bla--bla. Jimmy called, "daddy do you have gas for the generators, we're in for some bad weather" not wanting my son to worry I reassured him all our back ups were ready to go. The young weather girl at noon "check on your elderly neighbors and bring your pets in" It occurred to me during her time on TV that Jewel & I was who she was talking about so I thought maybe I should think about being concerned but I really couldn't. It got cold alright and when I went outside the N wind made it feel a few degrees colder, I saw a snow flake , the pool had a skim of ice on it and during the night we turned the blanket up a little. After it was all over Jimmy called , "ya'll OK" No we are afraid to get out of the house, and haven't had anything to eat in three days and Mother may be frozen, but we're OK.   
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