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Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by gjcarving, Nov 23, 2013.
Alright boys, you take a smoked ham hock and greens and do this
What you end up with is this
It's called pot liquor and it is truly one of the finest things you could ever throw a lip over.
ALUMINUM PORN ALERT !!..... it ain't ladyboyzz, but this thing could get just as $$$$.......
Blingy bling bling
You's goin all out master davideo
Next up is a gold grille for your chompers and a set of spinners on yer LeSabre
Why it say 1/27/2007 ?? Is that like old skool playboys and hustlers you find under your daddys bed ??
cuz my camera is an old POS that the OS is fukked up somehow, and i can't change the date.... or i gotta flux capacitor time machine.... one of the 2 ......
Aint you gotta smaat phone ??
no, i gotta dumb fone...... i wanna be the last person on the planet w/o a smartphone.....
@davesupreme I can't wait to hear how that is!
I'm a little scared boys, going to ride the hardest trails I've ridden tomorrow, I know at a minimum I'll get my ass kicked but at least I'll find out where I'm at with relentless technical riding.
No sir we don't, and whether we like them or not is irrelevant. This simply is not the place. We go a lot of places here but that will be a quick boot if you keep it up.
Not in the least. And if I was in Finland, you would not. You would pour me a shot and share a tin of sardines.
As to the sauce.
Take two pounds of greens: collards(preferred), turnip, mustard, kale etc. wash and destem
2quarts of water and a smoked ham hock or smoked turkey leg, bring to a boil and summer fir 15 minutes
Add the greens and simmer for 45-60 minutes.
Drain the liquid into a pitcher. Chop the meat off the hamhock and mix into the greens, pour a glass of the hot pot liquor and enjoy. It's an earthy full bodied glass of smokey deliciousness with great mouthfeel from the fat.
Good luck cuzzie. I'd love to be riding support widcha, that terrain is my kind of bike heaven! @RideFreak and his videos has sold me on that landscape. Nuttin like it in Kiwiville
There actually isn't much sandstone where we are going, it's a bit different. If it was normal Moab stuff I wouldn't blink. Actually riding about an hour away. There's a full moon, and I'm right up at slickrock trail full moon midnight slickrock rides are the cats meow
Good job stirring the pot in the 250L "rally" owners thread, they sure are a touchy bunch
now I gotta go check it out.........
not much....handy for the front end at times but utterly useless on the rear. Almost T boned another bike coming down a steep loose hill once... forgot to turn it off so zero front breaking