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RE: Snert (Split Pea Soup)

Love split pea soup with a big dollop of sour cream.
Super_Dave 03/17/19 07:54pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Guam BBQ Short Ribs

Regarding the thinness, I also think it is easy to over power the beef flavor with a long marinade. 2 hours is plenty. I would add some brown sugar and some sriracha sauce for kick.
Super_Dave 03/17/19 07:49pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Dual Wheel Valve Stems

I guess we all do it differently. I haven't had a cap on my standard stems for 13 years and never had a problem. When I air up or down I roll the tires so the stems are at the top and I can see them easily from the fender well. If others have had problems, we all have to do what works best for us personally. No one right way.
Super_Dave 03/17/19 04:15pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Can I tow with this?

Assuming the truck suspension is standard 1500, not a lot of anything.
Super_Dave 03/16/19 09:19pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Crushed Potatoes with Oyster Bar Butter

I do potatoes this way, but instead of adding the butter, I will smash them, fry them and place them on a cast iron griddle pan. When all are fried, I will add cheddar cheese, crumbled bacon, salt and pepper and put under broiler for a few minutes to melt the cheese. I will add a dollop of sour cream to the top and a bit of parsley for color. Sounds like a fried baked potato. Interesting.
Super_Dave 03/16/19 02:54pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Dual Wheel Valve Stems

...... yes I run caps on my valve stems. I'll bite, why?
Super_Dave 03/16/19 09:36am Tow Vehicles
RE: Corned beef brisket in slow cooker

I cheated, I already made my first batch a couple of days ago,
Super_Dave 03/16/19 08:06am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Crushed Potatoes with Oyster Bar Butter

This sounds great. Maybe mix in a few baby reds for color.
Super_Dave 03/16/19 07:56am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Dual Wheel Valve Stems

I have the dual ended gauge and air chuck, but the holes in my wheels are too small to get my hands in to get the caps off. Borg brass stems, best $110 I ever spent. You must be a Les Schwab customer too. No caps.
Super_Dave 03/15/19 06:40am Tow Vehicles
RE: Dual Wheel Valve Stems

Just get the correct air pressure gauge and it's no big deal. Adding air is the same thing. I've had three different sets of extensions, and all three leaked. One set leaked immediately, one leaked after a couple months, and one set lasted nearly three years, but also rubbed on the sidewall of the tire and darned near wore through the sidewall. Now I just use a proper tire pressure gauge. I do this, a 2 sided gauge. The biggest problem that I've had is Les Schwab techs being smart enough to offset rear wheels when having them rotated and in a couple of instances, removing the valve cap on the inner tire.
Super_Dave 03/14/19 07:39pm Tow Vehicles
RE: Airbag assist rear suspension??

My 06 Dodge has Firestone bags with the manual inflate. Pretty easy to install.
Super_Dave 03/14/19 08:26am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Lowering my dually?

Total drop was 1.5". It did require me to adjust my mud flap height as I could tell it would probably drag under load.
Super_Dave 03/13/19 07:52am Tow Vehicles
RE: Corned beef brisket in slow cooker

Right now is the season (St Pats) and around here $1.99lb for Point and $2.99 flat at 2 different stores. The point is way better than the shoe leather flat. I'd probably buy all they've got at that mismarked price.
Super_Dave 03/12/19 08:03am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Corned beef brisket in slow cooker

I have tried the slow cooker, but prefer the pressure cooker for corned beef. I do the veggies in the same pot after I take the meat out. I don't use the seasoning packet. I don't care for some of the flavors in it. I don't use anything to season it and the corned beef has enough flavor to season all. It's one of my favorite meals. Interesting that someone mentioned it was on sale. Down here in the Rio GRande Valley, they don't even know what it is. I occasionally can find it. Yesterday in the big HEB chain a shopper turned to me in the meat aisle and said. . . "They don't have any corned beef out. I asked the young man and he had to look it up because he didn't know what it was!" Dale With a little pink curing salt, we all ought to make our own. The typical cut is just cheap brisket that they sell for twice the price. Winco foods sells an eye of round corned beef I like a lot. But seriously, if it is really hard to find where you are, it is super easy to make your own.
Super_Dave 03/10/19 07:41am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Corned beef brisket in slow cooker

Mine tend to go into the smoker for pastrami. I wonder how the corned beef would turnout in my sous vide?
Super_Dave 03/09/19 12:58pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Operating Hydraulic Slides in Cold Weather

I have other hydraulic equipment that gets leaky seals in single digit temps but work fine with no leaks once it warms up again. I think in part, the cold causes the seals to shrink a bit which allows a little fluid to get past.
Super_Dave 03/09/19 07:35am Fifth-Wheels
RE: So what is your take on diesel fuel prices after 2020?

In the early 2000's I paid over $5/gal for regular gas and still traveled long distances for vacations. So, there is still a lot of room from where we are now before I get too worked up about it.
Super_Dave 03/09/19 07:25am Tow Vehicles

.... really never use the shade part. the window is pretty dark so no one can see in anyway plus u have to go outside and open the screen door just to get to the shade to pull down, but looked good when i bought it.... Almost sounds like you installed the window backwards. Is it harder to see out than see in?
Super_Dave 03/09/19 07:21am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: 50 Ways to Use Your Leftover Rotiss Chicken

Loved the look of these when I watched him make these on the food channel. Sweet&Sour Chicken Sammies
Super_Dave 03/08/19 04:03pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs

Maybe I just drive slow to begin with. Generally, taking my foot off the gas long before the stop has made for easy stopping. On grades, tow/haul seems to keep the truck from getting away from me. That's why I asked if it was under certain driving conditions that the difference really shines.
Super_Dave 03/08/19 01:04pm Fifth-Wheels
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