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They didn't need to know about the existence of vitamins to realize that certain things in the diet were beneficial.
See: Limes onboard ships.
Some bourbon soaked lady fingers I made one time would beg to differ. :confused:
That's what peaked my interest.
New video from Townsends, in time for Thanksgiving.
Silly question, would fishing weights of the correct diameter work?
But you can beat the eggs that go into them. :p
Protip (literally; Alton Brown did this on Good Eats): Use the ironing board with the cover removed to lay out and cut the lengthy dough.
My arm would get awfully tired holding on to the post.
You should go into business, and start...hawking 'em.
I go on the theory that nobody is going to care about my one or two gallons a year for personal use.
But stills have other uses, like turning...
Ta. I knew that the boats were used for hunting, but wasn't sure if the name of the gun came from another source that was coincidentally similar.
It looks to me like:
In the first one, the button is sewn to the crown without the cockade attached, and a button hole is made in the brim. The...
Left side. When weapons were carried at shoulder arms, they were placed on the left. Folding the brim up kept it from being hit by the weapon.
Any speculation on if the name came from the type'f boat?
Going to spit roast the Thanksgiving turkey?
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