Decided to break out an ole favorite for this Whiskey Wednesday. I haven't had Knob Creek for a while and it's definitely hitting the spot tonight. An unflinching balance of deep, old-style flavor with a natural oak sweetness. Knob Creek Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey Color: Copper to medium amber Taste: Rich, sweet, woody, full-bodied, almost fruity … Continue reading Knob Creek Kentucky Straight
Mixing meat, especially up to 50 pounds at a time, can be very time consuming and exhausting. I needed something that wouldn't drain my clock and energy whenever making things like sausage. So, with a little research, I bought the LEM Big Bite Tilt Meat Mixer in the 50 pound capacity. They do have smaller mixers … Continue reading LEM Big Bite Tilt Meat Mixer
In my many late nights of watching YouTube videos, I came across a way of cooking that originated in Mexico called discada. Discada is Spanish for cooking in an agricultural disk, or disco, that is used to plow fields. Me, being a food and cooking junkie, had to have one and thus I started my … Continue reading Southwest Disk – Discada Cooking Plow Disks
We started composting a little over a month ago and we have already filled up our first bin so now we are waiting for it all to decompose. Once it is all ready to go, it will go into our vegetable garden that we will be starting and our flower beds. Compost is a great … Continue reading Compost Update
After three and a half weeks, the chicken coop is out back and in its final resting place. It took me a while to get it out in the backyard because I had to replace the worn out plastic roof and installed a corrugated metal roof. I also replaced all the chicken wire, removed a … Continue reading The Coop Has Arrived Its Final Destination
Keepin' whisky on reserve down here in the war room, been bustin' my butt getting the spare bedroom finished so tonight is for the drinks and the memories! Sippin' on some small batch 1792 this evenin' thinkin' bout huntin' season!
Tired of buying vacuum sealers that die after a season or two? Want to seal soups or high liquid content foods like jerky in marinade, stews, and the like? The LEM 1240 MaxVac Pro Chamber Vacuum Sealer is the last vacuum machine you'll ever need!
Ahh yes, Whiskey Wednesday has again shown up to the party! I gotta say, this Whistle Pig 10 Year is pretty well rounded and a great drinker. Definitely gotta get you a bottle or three of this y'all! The spirit of entrepreneurship. Fortune, superb taste, and hustle lead us to the discovery of an aged Rye … Continue reading Whistle Pig 10 Year
The LEM 433TJ 2-in-1 Jerky Slicer and Tenderizer Attachment is most likely my most favorite LEM accessory that I currently own. It attaches right up to my LEM W782A Big Bite Meat Grinder and is so easy to use that even my wife helps out with it from time to time and because I have the … Continue reading LEM 433TJ 2-in-1 Jerky Slicer and Tenderizer Attachment
Back on March 28th, the Wednesday before Easter, I was perusing the aisles of C-A-L Ranch when I stumbled upon on the baby chicks, ducks, and turkeys. I've wanted to raise chickens for a while but never got the chance living on base in Hawaii and then a rental that didn't allow pets here in … Continue reading The Chicken Coop