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My Grandfather’s Ham Barbecue Recipe

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This is my grandfathers recipe for Chipped Ham Barbecue. Chipped Ham is extremely thin sliced ham from the butcher or meat department at your local supermarket thats a big staple of Pittsburgh. It’s almost like a Sloppy Joe except the meat isn’t ground up like a chili. You’ll want to get regular or smoked ham, not […]

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Aches and Pains and 3 Batting Titles

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Back in March of 1966, The Myron Cope wrote an article about baseball legend Roberto Clemente. Here’s the whole article for any one interested in reading it. The man really played thru some pain and still overcame tons of hardships before passing away. Check out the Full article here!

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Batman: The Dark Knight Rises Plot Holes

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So I got to watch The Dark Knight Rises a few times over the weekend. Like any Christopher Nolan movie, it’s very visually impressive but there’s just so much shit in the movie that befuddles the hell out of me watching it. There were a ton of points, even more than usual, that really give […]

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Iron City Beer Brats

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This is the go to recipe for cooking BeerBrats. Make up a large batch of these before going to a game and you can save yourself money on food and help sober you up. Cooking these will make your house smell amazing for hours after you’re done eating the fruits of your labor. Ingredients:

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Turkey Devonshire

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When I worked at Armstrong’s, a little place out of Pittsburgh, I remember waking up and making 10 gallons of this cheese sauce a day.  Invented in the Steel City, this is a sandwich that was really popular with all the customers and is a great filling, comfort food that’s pretty easy to make up. […]