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Old 01-04-2016, 07:42 AM   #11
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Bansil, you do a great job.
I'm glad this isn't the site it used to be. The days of open racism and meanness made lots of folks run away. Glad this isn't "Pirate skoolie" anymore.
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Old 01-04-2016, 08:22 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by bansil View Post
Hell we have a few folks that pop in time to time that have 2006 and 2008 join dates
I noticed last summer that VonSlatt posted for the first time in almost 8 years. I really liked his website when I was first getting into skoolie stuff. It would've been nice to see a project update.
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Old 02-17-2016, 03:29 AM   #13
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Is there a place to share recipes and other food related stuff ?

I know about the huge cooking sites but all those assume you have a full kitchen an unlimited water an storage .

And anyway I find that most folks have comfort food from where they are that you may not have seen or tried .

I know there are lots of things I have eaten all over the Caribbean and other places back when I was into sailing I wish I had a recipe for .

Sliced bacon
lamb loin chops
One lemon
Olive oil

Trim lamb chops of any excess fat.
Wrap bacon around loin chops covering as much of the meat as possible and secure the bacon with toothpicks.
Bake on a sheet pan at 400F until bacon is crispy, at that point the lamb should be perfectly cooked.
Salsa Verde:
Chop equal parts shallot, garlic and anchovies and combine with double the amount of chopped parsley.
Mix the chopped ingredients with the zest of one lemon and drizzle with olive oil.

I like roast golden potatoes and butter beans with this and a bit strange but cranberry sauce also is good as a side to clean the palate of course most have wine with it but a good icy cold Sam Adams summer ale in season is to die for .
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Old 02-19-2016, 03:40 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by mad_wolf View Post
Is there a place to share recipes and other food related stuff ?
Good suggestion. we added a new section to the forum - down the page a ways called Skoolie Life. Post about hobbies, bikes, photography, cooking and other stuff related to having a good time in your rig (ermmm.... no adult content please ).
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Old 02-19-2016, 04:13 PM   #15
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What are the chances that a guy named Mad Wolf would post a lamb recipe?
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Old 02-19-2016, 04:38 PM   #16
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One more forum suggestion...

Pulleeeeze people! Size your pix down to something loadable in less than thirty minutes before posting/linking them. Seems lately everything is around a gazillion megabytes each.

Rant complete. Thank you.
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