Subdeacon Joe

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  1. I flip-flop between armored cav and air cav. Or I try to think of them as heavy (cuirassiers/armor) and light (hussars/air cav).
  2. Do you tell her?
  4. Yeah, some of his stunts are questionable. But that UAE ration pack was new. And looks pretty darned good. I wouldn't mind finding some here in the States.
  5. More if you like. Next time I will add more, but I wanted to see what it was like by the recipe the first time.
  6. My wife, Lisa, found this on the Savory Spice Shop website. Harissa Carrot Dip Ingredients · 1 1/2 lbs. carrots · 3 garlic cloves, minced · 2 Tbsp. Harissa Spice Mix · 2 Tbsp. lemon juice · 1/4 cup plain Greek yogurt (optional)* · 3 Tbsp. olive oil · pinch of sea salt Directions Peel and slice carrots into ¼-inch disks, then boil for 15 to 20 min. until tender, drain and cool. Place cooled carrots, garlic and Harissa in a food processor and process until well blended. Add lemon juice, yogurt (if using) and 1 Tbsp. of olive oil at a time and process until smooth. (*Note: Greek yogurt will add volume and cool down the spiciness of the dip. Omit for a spicy vegan version.) Serving Suggestions Serve topped with chopped, toasted walnuts. Serve topped with grated carrots. Make a trio of veggie-based dips by serving alongside our Napa "Pickled" Beet Dip and Wasabi Edamame Dip. Yields 2 cups I just made a batch. Ran an English Cucumber through the mandolin for "chips." DANG! It's GOOOOOD. A touch hot for our taste, next time just 1 TBS of the harissa. Be a great spread on burgers. Or roast beef sandwiches. Mix it into mashed potatoes or mashed cauliflower. Use it to spice up and stretch stews, soups, or chili. Add it to a Bloody Mary. Be a nice dip for fried shrimp. This will become a staple for us.
  7. He overuses the word "Quality" but DANG! that stuff sounds good!
  8. Even worse than that. If you call the CA DOJ they will refer you to your county DA for his interpretation of the law. I saw one letter from the CA DOJ, just after the 2004 (I think it was 2004) AWB revision passed. Told a guy that as far as the STATE of CA was concerned, his rifle would be just fine, nothing to worry about BUT better check with the DA because he might deem it to be an eeeevvviiillll, illegal, nasty, high powered, long range Assault Rifle and throw him in the clink for owning it. What the hell good is it to have laws that apply to the whole state if the counties get to decide what the law is? There should be only one standard for statewide laws.
  9. Plus endless arguments about what solvents. You gotta get the right size rattle snake. Pull 'em tail first through your shotgun.
  10. Don't you mean "Ask ten shooters how they clean their guns and you'll get a dozen different responses?"
  11. Could have gotten some good money for them.
  12. Weird.
  13. It only goes back to '49, first observed on 20 May 1950. Barely had a chance to become established yet.