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Old 09-24-2015, 02:13 PM   #31
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A spatter cover WITH a piece of paper towel on top. The PT will reduce the billions of oil molecules dramatically.
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Old 09-24-2015, 03:14 PM   #32
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My grandparents were from Georgia (the country). Visited there a couple of times. Yes it's a beautiful country! We had fresh caught trout but in all honesty I don't recall them tasting any better than the fish I catch locally. No offense.
non taken, maybe it was preparation, or maybe I just remember that way becasue my whole visit at the time was wonderful.
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non taken, maybe it was preparation, or maybe I just remember that way becasue my whole visit at the time was wonderful.
Charlie, the trout caught in the Whitewater and out of Lanesboro were the best. I miss it.
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A spatter cover is highly recommended
I nearly spewed wine on my monitor.
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