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  1. Decided to recreate one of my all time greatest Italian restaurant dishes tonight. RPM Italian Chicago spicy squid ink crab pasta. Tried recreating on my own a few times with moderate success. Finally found recipe thank god. Personally, This is a top 5 dish for a number of reason. Had to sub on jalapeño for Fresno chili peppers and added a small lobster tail on top, but still was a crazy good dinner. Pasta easily available on Amazon. Inspiration: Recipe: My central Texas recreation. 8/10 overall. Cheers! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. PorscheGuy

    Truck Nuts

    Loved my tundra. Easily my favorite truck I ever owned. Thought the interior was superior to ford and Gm (in 2016 at least). The bed is a little shorter in a crew max, but I loved the added interior space. Only problem is the gas mileage is garbage. I averaged 12.5 mpg. Maybe 14 highway. At 24k miles a year, it added up. I will admit I have a heavy foot, but never had a vehicle that just sucked gas like the tundra did. If I ever went back to a truck, tundra would no doubt be the choice. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. These are freaking awesome. Been buying them for years. Once you start cooking with these, you will not go back. Don’t take your eye off the pan, these tend to burn fast if you are heavy on the heat. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Time to let go of my Weber Genesis. Great grill, used it 4-5 nights a week. Never had an issue. Going to miss it honestly. Have not used in a year About 5 years old 3 burners +seat burner Side burner Always covered. Needs new top rack for sure. I have not finished cleaning it up, but wanted to posted here before I list it on CL and FB $275.00 Location = Waco DM if interested. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Umm, holy fucking fuck! Looks amazing! They don’t have that at my HEB. Shit. They barely have fresh cut steaks any more. Only want to sell yesterday’s pre-packaged grey meat. Where on Earth is this holy grail of H-E-B butchers? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Their bbq rub is legit, as is their salsa. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Pool building time lines depend on a lot of factors. A pool can easily be completed in a 60-90 days if all your selections and decisions are made on the front end and your pool builder has his ducks in a row, gets all his subs scheduled properly and you don't have any city inspection issues. Most pool builders are familiar with the city codes, but always double check set backs and requirements yourself to save the hassle on the back end. Even with a ton of change orders, coordinating with our outdoor kitchen construction and delaying my pool builder a few weeks due to planned trips, he was able to dig out our old pool, fill in the back yard, and dig a new pool and complete in about 90 days, Also, weather can be an issue, so cross fingers for a dry spell. As far as TV's go, you can get a cheap large- internet ready Samsung 4k from Target for around $500-$600. Buy a good TV cover that wraps around all sides from Amazon. I have two TVs outside that I keep covered, one is completely open to the elements for 6 years and I have no problems so far. I looked at outdoor TV's but figured I can by a new one every other year 5 times and still be better off.
  8. PorscheGuy

    Wine

    If you are looking to go with a red check out Caravan, Cuttings and Quilt. These should do well and fit are all around $50. Cuttings would be the “biggest” wine out of the three. Caravan the smoothest, with Quilt being the most well rounded. Good luck. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. I was convinced to go with a robot and can’t stand it. I spend more time cleaning out the impeller and unclogging everything then it does cleaning. There are some days I literally mess with it morning, noon and night and there are still leaves and small sticks on the bottom of the pool. And by messing with it, I have to take it apart, unscrew the covers and clean it out by hand. I have just decided it is better use of my time to clean it with a net and brush. If you have any trees near by, robot may not be the best option. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Thank you, this is just what I needed. I am processing an insane amount of information and everything you mentioned makes complete sense.
  11. Just found out our 10 year old son has type 1 diabetes this weekend. We will be out of the hospital Monday and I am wanting to find an outstanding pediatric endocrinologist to work with anywhere from Austin to Dallas. Due to his age and I would to prefer to work with someone that see kids develop through their teenage years and into young adults. We were very lucky we happened to be home when this occurred and were able to get him to dr, ER and to mclane children’s in no time. Hugs your kids tight and always be their strongest advocate. Thanks in advance Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. I got to know more, go on...you will make every dad on this site a hero if we can replicate CFA nuggets
  13. Wow! I tried making this recently and it did not turn out like that. Any tips or links to the recipes your followed for the sauce and the pasta would be much appreciated
  14. PorscheGuy

    Wine

    I would buy Quilt and Faust. Quilt is a really good deal at that price. Quintessa is a steal at $121.00. Which restaurant is this? May be worth a drive...
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