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  1. MrGibbly

    Amazing Stories from Martin Strayer - Sound Engineer Extraordinaire

    Martin Strayer has a pretty amazing list of artists that he has run sound for on tour including Joe Cocker, Michael Jackson, Madonna, Page & Plant, Soundgarden, the Eagles, Dixie Chicks, R. Kelly, Nora Jones, Billy Joel, Tina Turner, Cher, and so many more. I had no idea he was a San Antonio...
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    Peavey is the only musical gear brand...

    ...to make the list of "most recognizable brands from each US state": Here's the article: https://parentinfluence.com/usa-maps-is-tw/12/
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    Hang Over Cures ????

    Advil and lots of water as a preemptive strike before bed. Advil and water when you wake up after a long sleep. Then, hit it hard with some sugar and electrolytes...gatorade works. If that stays down you should be golden but a nice, greasy fried breakfast should set you up for success. ;)
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    What Music Did You Start 2022 With?

    My son streamed Grateful Dead through a bluetooth speaker while we packed up our campsite this morning to head home...
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    The Merits of Cast Iron

    Well, I mean...we're TDPRI! The tele is one of the oldest electric guitar designs. We're talking about cast iron. Other recent posts on the forum are discussing medium and large format film photography equipment! I tend to go to Instagram and Tim Tok for my daily dose of "quick and...
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    The Merits of Cast Iron

    Variety is the spice of life! I have a gas cooktop and a separate single burner induction in the kitchen. Pans range across cast iron, coated cast iron, stainless, non-stick aluminum. Outside I have gas, pellet and charcoal. Kind of like guitars. There are a few that can do everything and...
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    The Merits of Cast Iron

    Wait, it's not a the holy grain tone pan material? ;)
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    The Merits of Cast Iron

    Excellent point! The one that cooks the most, calls the shots on the cookware! :)
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    The Merits of Cast Iron

    We have both a 12" and a Dutch Oven from them that we have used the heck out of for 20 years and they are terrific. They fry, bake, deep fry, braise...endless. My griddle is from Lodge.
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    The Merits of Cast Iron

    I can absolutely see the possibilities with carbon steel. I have had one in my Amazon cart for several months...
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    Favorite Cooking Show

    I have the Barefoot Contessa cook book, for what that's worth. In terms of "shows", I don't actually have cable so... On YouTube I watch: Joshua Weissman, Adam Ragusea, How to BBQ Right, Mad Scientist BBQ. Others come and go. Uncle Roger is a riot.
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    The Merits of Cast Iron

    Growing up, we didn't have cast iron in the house. The only fry pan was stainless. It lasted forever and, with enough oil/butter, things could be prevented from sticking. When I graduated from college, I thought I wanted hard anodized aluminum cookware...it was all the rage at the time. It...
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    New (To Us) Food

    We do something very similar but go with chicken thighs. They are very forgiving of over cooking and don't dry out as much. :)
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    Board Games

    I've been playing a lot of Monopoly Junior with my 3 and 6 year old lately. The good news is that rules drive things to a much more rapid conclusion than the original... :)
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    New (To Us) Food

    Pasta salad is a year-round thing at our house! The basic recipe remains the same but some of the toss-ins are "seasonal". I make a batch with about 3lb of Tri-color twists and the kids roll through it in a few days...
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    New (To Us) Food

    I did use "old" rice. :)
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    New (To Us) Food

    The latter sounds fantastic for a hot day! I'm always struggling for things to make on a hot August day in South Texas given I found my home here later in life.
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    How Many Pedals Do We Really Need?

    I've stayed at 9 or fewer pretty much my whole life (I'm 42 which also happens to be "the answer").
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    New (To Us) Food

    This is almost exactly how I did it. I add the sesame oil and green onion late for fragrance and garnish. The pan/wok started with peanut oil, shallots and garlic.
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    New (To Us) Food

    I went with the MSG but not the oyster or fish sauce. Kids ate it and the cats were circling anyway but I may grab some for the next batch, anyway!
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    New (To Us) Food

    Enchiladas were last night!
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    New (To Us) Food

    I'm a big fan of quick and wholesome meals that we can throw together in a quantity that satisfies a family with 5 kids, two of which are hungry teens. On this forum, we've already had a thread about the merits of pasta salad which is a stalwart at Casa de Gibbly... Something new for us...
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    Inflatable Christmas yard decorations

    Great description. Part of the appeal around our house is that they pack away small vs. those old, large, hard plastic ones of yesteryear.
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    Feeling the pressure of the Christmas crush yet?

    All gifts bought, all but ~2 have arrived, and are wrapped up. We went light on outdoor decorations as things were just a madhouse around here since Thanksgiving…looks like a lot of people in our neighborhood did less, too. The last daunting task is the assembly of one large doll house. The...




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