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Adjust for Elevation, and more: meat!

From vegetables, we’re now going to move over to meat, which–honestly–is even easier than vegetables. There are fewer categories, again, listed with the required pint/quart processing times. chicken and rabbit, without bones — 75/90; with bones – 65/75 chicken and … Continue reading

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A mixed up day of canning, phase one: raw-packed BBQ ribs

I grabbed approx. eight more pounds of corned beef last night, thanks to finding it at WinCo for $1.99/lb … with no restrictions on the number of packages, etc. That–combined with the 15 pounds I put up earlier in the … Continue reading

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Secret Garden Restaurant — Lynnwood, WA

Today–the 11th of December–is our 11th wedding anniversary, so in honor of all that numerology … and, of course, in celebration of one of the most memorable days in our lives … we decided to begin our evening at our … Continue reading

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Hillbilly Willy’s — Chattanooga, TN

My sister has been a bit under the weather the last couple of days—and I’ve been traveling a LOT recently myself—so we finally pried ourselves out from under her four dogs … and left the house at the crack of … Continue reading

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Pit Stop Bar-B-Que and Grill … Tifton, GA

We stayed home for a couple of days after my daughter’s surgery to let her rest, but by the time today rolled around … we were all going a little stir-crazy. Because of that, we decided to get out of … Continue reading

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Let’s make a smoker … out of a flower pot?

I got a request from Bob in FL, who wanted to know more about the funky little flower pot smoker I used to smoke my Buckboard Bacon. The answers he needed–like many things I discuss here–weren’t really going to make … Continue reading

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