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$10 Meal: Pierogies and Bacon

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This is a cheap meal you can make for less than $10. It’s a tasty treat that you can whip up pretty easily. This meal will fill you up and stick to your rips, which makes for a great dinner on a colder day. Bacon, Garlic and Onions, The Holy Trifecta Ingredients:

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Dimebag Darrell Tone

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Although his setup was as simple as can be, the cutthroat tone that launched forth from his axe is seldom achieved by amateurs and professionals alike. It’s probably the most sought after sound in the metal community, and has been ever since he emerged on the scene with Pantera in the early 90’s. The Legend Himself; […]

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Guitar Tone Settings

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So I found a whole list of general settings for different guitar sounds.  These are just the basics for the overall tone and not as in-depth as you may want. You can use these to give yourself a good starting point and then Google more info about the guitarist you’re trying to emulate and see […]

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Guitar Equalizers: Ins and Outs

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For a good even tone no matter what the setting or amp or guitar, you always need a good quality EQ from your guitar to the rest of your effects chain.  For any type of clean playing, it’s necessary in order to smooth out the frequencies of your guitar and amp type.  No one wants […]

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Fender Twin Reverb Amp Tones

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I´m sure you all know what we are talking about when you hear the term “classic Fender sound”, right?!? It´s this vintage tone from the old Fender tube amps you can hear on countless records – bright, sparkling, percussive, Fenderish. All Fenders being based on roughly the same electronics, ideas and general schematics so they all have a […]

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Moruga Scorpion; Hottest Pepper in the World

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I was just reading an article on the new Hottest Pepper in the World, the Moruga Scorpion Pepper.  So apparently this can pack up to 2,000,000 Scoville Units which is just un-heard of considering a jalapeno has about roughly 5,000 and a habanero has 250,000. Anyway here’s an excerpt from the article that I got to […]

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Basic Gravy Recipe

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The other day, I did a chicken on the rotisserie, which is a great way to cook a healthy meal as all the fat drips right off and away from the meat, drippings which make for an excellent gravy that’s quick and easy to make. Mashed potatoes go great with barbecue chicken, so I decided to […]

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Honey Bacon Habanero Glazed Wings

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You can never go wrong with Hot Wings, the hotter the better.  I seen a recipe where they coat the wings in a spicy, light breading before being glazed with the sticky hot sauce. These wings are coated in a paprika spice blend, then glazed with Honey Habanero sauce, and finished with crisp cooked bacon. […]

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Joe’s Crab Shack style Crab Dip

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Joe’s Crab Shack is an alright place to go if you’re a fan for cheap seafood and good drinks. The random dancing is really annoying tho, and even the food can’t save that aspect.  They do make a great crab dip tho, and this recipe will get you pretty much as close as you can […]

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Red Lobster Style Tar-Tar Sauce

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Red Lobster has a great tartar sauce that they make in house. Here’s a recipe to get close to that tangy kick that goes so wonderfully on any type of seafood. Fish Sammich with extra Tar-Tar Sauce Ingredients: