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But more to the point, do you want to eat it?

Back when gtg's became popular, food prep rivaled saw prep as far as time was concerned. I remember doing pot's of Chili, ribs on the smoker, brats on the fire. As that has waned, and Walt and I are rarely joined by anyone else, we've made things simple, (lazy), and just make some hot dogs. Bag of chips, couple sodas, and a bag of cookies. All we need, with little in the way of prep or clean up. But we may have taken lazy a little to far. You decide.

Little too breezy for an outdoor fire, so we head down to the shop where there is a 2 burner propane camp stove to cook on. Walt pulls out this rusty, dirty cast iron skillet from under the bench. He's scraping it with some tool and I see him spraying it with something and wiping it with a shop rag off the work bench.

What's in that can Walt?

Brake clean.

You're kidding right?

Bob, ya gotta remember who you're dealing with.

I'm well aware, believe me.

The brake clean will kill the bacteria, and the heat will take care of the rest.

It's not the bacteria that I'm worried about.

So...we had lunch and we're both still alive. Funny thing was I had gotten saw gas on my hands. And with every bite I'm smelling the hot dog thinking the worse. But we should be able to do better than that. I'm mean what's next, laying the hot dogs on the saw mufflers? So I came up with a solution. Since his Birthday is coming up next month.....

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But more to the point, do you want to eat it?

Back when gtg's became popular, food prep rivaled saw prep as far as time was concerned. I remember doing pot's of Chili, ribs on the smoker, brats on the fire. As that has waned, and Walt and I are rarely joined by anyone else, we've made things simple, (lazy), and just make some hot dogs. Bag of chips, couple sodas, and a bag of cookies. All we need, with little in the way of prep or clean up. But we may have taken lazy a little to far. You decide.

Little too breezy for an outdoor fire, so we head down to the shop where there is a 2 burner propane camp stove to cook on. Walt pulls out this rusty, dirty cast iron skillet from under the bench. He's scraping it with some tool and I see him spraying it with something and wiping it with a shop rag off the work bench.

What's in that can Walt?

Brake clean.

You're kidding right?

Bob, ya gotta remember who you're dealing with.

I'm well aware, believe me.

The brake clean will kill the bacteria, and the heat will take care of the rest.

It's not the bacteria that I'm worried about.

So...we had lunch and we're both still alive. Funny thing was I had gotten saw gas on my hands. And with every bite I'm smelling the hot dog thinking the worse. But we should be able to do better than that. I'm mean what's next, laying the hot dogs on the saw mufflers? So I came up with a solution. Since his Birthday is coming up next month.....

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Don't you guy's have sardines up there IMG_20240316_210408.jpg
I'd bring my own food if i were you.
 

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Not a gtg but i saw a guy eat about 8 hotdogs out of a crockpot at
The Briar rabbit shooting clubhouse in ohio
We were there for a idpa competition.
A woman saw him and said honey those hotdogs are 2-3 months old i forgot to throw them out
We didn't see that guy the rest of the day he was in the bathroom.
 

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Back when gtg's became popular, food prep rivaled saw prep as far as time was concerned. I remember doing pot's of Chili, ribs on the smoker, brats on the fire. As that has waned, and Walt and I are rarely joined by anyone else, we've made things simple, (lazy), and just make some hot dogs. Bag of chips, couple sodas, and a bag of cookies. All we need, with little in the way of prep or clean up. But we may have taken lazy a little to far. You decide.

I love what you said here. It's the same flavor as your YouTube videos which I love. In your videos you talk about the changes in saws, the old saws, the saw owners needs and desires in a saw and your experience as a dealer. I think this is all cool info that should continue to be shared.
Maybe you or others should start a "history" thread.:D
 

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I love what you said here. It's the same flavor as your YouTube videos which I love. In your videos you talk about the changes in saws, the old saws, the saw owners needs and desires in a saw and your experience as a dealer. I think this is all cool info that should continue to be shared.
Maybe you or others should start a "history" thread.:D
What’s his YT channel called?
 

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I love what you said here. It's the same flavor as your YouTube videos which I love. In your videos you talk about the changes in saws, the old saws, the saw owners needs and desires in a saw and your experience as a dealer. I think this is all cool info that should continue to be shared.
Maybe you or others should start a "history" thread.

Afleetcomand is your partner in crime in most your videos. He also talks much about the history he has seen.:)
 

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But more to the point, do you want to eat it?

Back when gtg's became popular, food prep rivaled saw prep as far as time was concerned. I remember doing pot's of Chili, ribs on the smoker, brats on the fire. As that has waned, and Walt and I are rarely joined by anyone else, we've made things simple, (lazy), and just make some hot dogs. Bag of chips, couple sodas, and a bag of cookies. All we need, with little in the way of prep or clean up. But we may have taken lazy a little to far. You decide.

Little too breezy for an outdoor fire, so we head down to the shop where there is a 2 burner propane camp stove to cook on. Walt pulls out this rusty, dirty cast iron skillet from under the bench. He's scraping it with some tool and I see him spraying it with something and wiping it with a shop rag off the work bench.

What's in that can Walt?

Brake clean.

You're kidding right?

Bob, ya gotta remember who you're dealing with.

I'm well aware, believe me.

The brake clean will kill the bacteria, and the heat will take care of the rest.

It's not the bacteria that I'm worried about.

So...we had lunch and we're both still alive. Funny thing was I had gotten saw gas on my hands. And with every bite I'm smelling the hot dog thinking the worse. But we should be able to do better than that. I'm mean what's next, laying the hot dogs on the saw mufflers? So I came up with a solution. Since his Birthday is coming up next month.....

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What’s your YT channel called?
 

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Was off in another world for a bit :) AND our dinner table was the track of an excavator that lives in that building :) And TY BTW Bob , certainly a step up from the Coleman and iron pan! Still hard to beat those fires we had years past.
 

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Don't you guy's have sardines up there View attachment 412555
I'd bring my own food if i were you.
Even though it's dwindling, I'll try to snap a photo of my sardine stash. I had a couple hundred tins at one point when Costco had them for ~$6/6-pack of Atlantic/Morocco
 

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I am a sardine snob. Matiz by the case. Quality tined seafood is outstanding. Hard to find in good olive oil, but other oils have to do sometimes. I will have to look at Costco. Thanks for heads up! I have overnighted fresh sardines and grilled them on my Lodge Sportsman with just some good salr and Fresh crusty bread.I enjoy eating lower on the food chain more and more. I have eaten so much Wild Salmon, Tuna, Sword, ect a lonely tin of seafood is a breath of fresh air!
 

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But more to the point, do you want to eat it?

Back when gtg's became popular, food prep rivaled saw prep as far as time was concerned. I remember doing pot's of Chili, ribs on the smoker, brats on the fire. As that has waned, and Walt and I are rarely joined by anyone else, we've made things simple, (lazy), and just make some hot dogs. Bag of chips, couple sodas, and a bag of cookies. All we need, with little in the way of prep or clean up. But we may have taken lazy a little to far. You decide.

Little too breezy for an outdoor fire, so we head down to the shop where there is a 2 burner propane camp stove to cook on. Walt pulls out this rusty, dirty cast iron skillet from under the bench. He's scraping it with some tool and I see him spraying it with something and wiping it with a shop rag off the work bench.

What's in that can Walt?

Brake clean.

You're kidding right?

Bob, ya gotta remember who you're dealing with.

I'm well aware, believe me.

The brake clean will kill the bacteria, and the heat will take care of the rest.

It's not the bacteria that I'm worried about.

So...we had lunch and we're both still alive. Funny thing was I had gotten saw gas on my hands. And with every bite I'm smelling the hot dog thinking the worse. But we should be able to do better than that. I'm mean what's next, laying the hot dogs on the saw mufflers? So I came up with a solution. Since his Birthday is coming up next month.....

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Is it ported ? what kind of meat do you use and ratio meat vs fat 50:1 or 40:1 ?
 

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But more to the point, do you want to eat it?

Back when gtg's became popular, food prep rivaled saw prep as far as time was concerned. I remember doing pot's of Chili, ribs on the smoker, brats on the fire. As that has waned, and Walt and I are rarely joined by anyone else, we've made things simple, (lazy), and just make some hot dogs. Bag of chips, couple sodas, and a bag of cookies. All we need, with little in the way of prep or clean up. But we may have taken lazy a little to far. You decide.

Little too breezy for an outdoor fire, so we head down to the shop where there is a 2 burner propane camp stove to cook on. Walt pulls out this rusty, dirty cast iron skillet from under the bench. He's scraping it with some tool and I see him spraying it with something and wiping it with a shop rag off the work bench.

What's in that can Walt?

Brake clean.

You're kidding right?

Bob, ya gotta remember who you're dealing with.

I'm well aware, believe me.

The brake clean will kill the bacteria, and the heat will take care of the rest.

It's not the bacteria that I'm worried about.

So...we had lunch and we're both still alive. Funny thing was I had gotten saw gas on my hands. And with every bite I'm smelling the hot dog thinking the worse. But we should be able to do better than that. I'm mean what's next, laying the hot dogs on the saw mufflers? So I came up with a solution. Since his Birthday is coming up next month.....
I have been to many saw GTG's and I never did get the entire attraction to all the food stuff. I am there to run saws, talk saws, and talk about other stuff. I eat on the way home. That is why there are still choke and pukes's.


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