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Beeman Kodiak X2 Air Rifle

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I’ve had my eye on a .22 caliber air rifle for quite some time now. I’ve seen this type a few years ago in a Cheaper Than Dirt catalog and they were running about $150-$200 which I just couldn’t justify spending on an air rifle when I could very well just pick up an actual […]

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DIY Wasp/Bee/Hornet Trap

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So here’s a clean, easy, eco-friendly way to catch and kill all those annoying flying bugs during the summer.  This tap only takes a few minutes to build but you can easily fill one of these with hundreds of the bodies of your drowned enemies within an hour. Follow these few simple steps to clean […]

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Chimmichurri Sauce

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Chimmichurri is a South American sauce used for grilled meat. It is originally from Argentina but is also used in Uruguay, Bolivia, and in countries as far north as Nicaragua, Colombia and Mexico. It’s a quick paste to make up but tastes delicious and adds a fresh kick ot anything grilled. Ingredients:

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D.I.Y. Cold Smoker

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Cold Smoking is needed if you want to smoke cheese, olives, fish and other items that don’t need a high heat to cook, or items that you want to impart a nice strong smokey flavor.  I’ve seen these from time to time and gave it a try the other weekend.  It turned out pretty good […]

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Alton Browns D.I.Y. Terra Cotta Smoker

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Alton Brown is a genius, here’s a quick guide from one of his shows instructing you on how to build a inexpensive hot-smoker out of Terra Cotta Pots and a Heating Element that you can get anywhere.  All the parts can be found and put together for about 50-75 bucks depending on your location. Parts:

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Barbecue Sauces of the U.S.

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Barbecue sauce is a uniquely American sauce that differs depending on the region that you are in. The majority of them are Tomato and Vinegar based, but depending on the history of the area and the culture of the people living there, they all offer something different.  From deep brown thick sauce, to a white […]

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Cheap Cedar Planks for Grilling

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If you use Cedar Planks alot when grilling fish, you can save a good amount of cash by purchasing your wood planks at home depot or any other hardware store.  The kitchen planks at the store can go for $5 a piece, which is way overpriced for what you’re really getting….. a plank of cedar […]

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Charcoal Starter 101

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This is how to use your Charcoal Starter 1. First things First, Find a open concrete or other non flammable area to rest the starter on before and after it’s used. 2. Load the top portion up with Hard Lump Charcoal or other Natural Wood Charcoal, instant light isn’t needed here. 3. Now fill the […]

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Grilled Corn in the Husk

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Nothing goes better with a hot grilled steak like some corn on the cob. Here’s how to do it quickly and easily at the same time while you’re working on cooking up everything else. Step 1.