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Hi - nice work on the site.  Great cooking tips.

 

 (Kudos to John Setzler... amazing work there :worship: )...  

 

Site has a good culture.  Well done!

 

I've a couple ideas to pass along over time.

 

So ya, we ride sport touring motorcycling (maybe a bit too fast? ;) ), work and live in Alberta and BC, bone in prime rib / prime rib steak are specialties as are smoked pastrami (but I sold the Bradley last week so I'm both feet in to get it right on this unit.)

 

We travel a fair bit when we can.  Here's a shot from last year,  

 

When not working, cooking, with family, we travel / motorcycle, or spend time reeling in Salmon, or taking in NHL, LFC (for those who know), 'Hawks, and open wheel racing (RIP Justin).

 

After a long quest, I'm convinced that nothing beats a Stiegl now. 

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