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Saturday, July 28, 2018

Introducing Ukelena: A Variety Rock Band

It's been a while since the gang has posted some tasty treats. So I'm taking some time out to head out to a concert for an up and coming band Ukelena. This weekend's concert is a Tiki themed concert that Ukelena is performing. Lead singer Marlena Khramova is introducing some new music for us to hear. Here are a few shots of Ukelena in concert at the Turnbull in Whittier California. You can find Ukelena on Facebook and other social media. In a few weeks, Ukelena will be releasing a studio CD. Also in the band is Khramova's older sister Mikayla Theone Khramova of Theone Music. Comments are moderated to keep the vile liberal left wing extremist blog trolls from spewing their unwanted and unwarranted hate on this post.



Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Barbecuing Tips 2018…

Here's a repost of some barbecuing tips posted last year. Remember, IT'S SAFETY FIRST! Don't Do Something Stupid while barbecuing! Don't get burned! My good readers, It's been a while since any of us have posted here.  It's still bbq season, so here is a thing that has worked for me in several ways:  It allows me to dispose of grease in a manner that won't clog my drains, and it recycles it by turning it into a fuel that helps ignite barbecue charcoal.  Whenever you fry bacon, sausage or chicken, you will usually end up with grease and oil in your frying pan from the meat.  If you're like me, you might use a tin can such as a can that had spaghetti sauce in it to store the grease to dispose of it later.  Well, when you know you're going to be firing up your charcoal only barbecue grille, you can prepare yourself ahead of time to dispose of your excess grease and get the coals hot.  For the few days before you do the barbecue, if you cook either sausage or bacon for part of your breakfast, pour the grease from your frying pan into a tin can, and save it in a safe place that won't catch on fire or attract pests.  On the day you barbecue, when you place your unlit coals into the barbecue grille, pour your meat grease onto the unlit coals, and let the grease soak into the charcoal.  Have some scraps, such as paper, lined up in the pile of coals, ready to be lit.  Soak some lighter fluid into the coals if you think you might need to, and wait for about 10 minutes to light the coals.  Light your coals with a match or a butane fire starter made for lighting barbecues.

Enjoy barbecuing whatever meat fills your belly!  And as I said before, use some common sense when firing up that charcoal!  Don't turn yourself into a char broiled human being. Original post written by Rattrapper. Updated by Mystere for 2018.

Sunday, June 24, 2018

Ivanka Trump's Secret Good Deed

Ivanka Trump Donate Church That's Taking Care Of Migrant Kids

You don't hear much from the left wing extremist Trump haters about doing good for kids.  This is from Ivanka Trump.

Monday, September 18, 2017

National Cheeseburger Day!

Today is National Cheeseburger Day. One of the best places in Southern California is a mom and pop business: Hawkins House Of Burgers in Watts. It's an icon and bright spot in Watts, with one of the best burgers in Southern California. Here are a few pictures of the owner and her tasty burgers! Check out the link, and enjoy a feast! Yum, yum! http://www.hawkinsburgers.com/




Friday, August 4, 2017

Barbecue Tips Reprise

My good readers, It's been a while since any of us have posted here.  It's still bbq season, so here is a thing that has worked for me in several ways:  It allows me to dispose of grease in a manner that won't clog my drains, and it recycles it by turning it into a fuel that helps ignite barbecue charcoal.  Whenever you fry bacon, sausage or chicken, you will usually end up with grease and oil in your frying pan from the meat.  If you're like me, you might use a tin can such as a can that had spaghetti sauce in it to store the grease to dispose of it later.  Well, when you know you're going to be firing up your charcoal only barbecue grille, you can prepare yourself ahead of time to dispose of your excess grease and get the coals hot.  For the few days before you do the barbecue, if you cook either sausage or bacon for part of your breakfast, pour the grease from your frying pan into a tin can, and save it in a safe place that won't catch on fire or attract pests.  On the day you barbecue, when you place your unlit coals into the barbecue grille, pour your meat grease onto the unlit coals, and let the grease soak into the charcoal.  Have some scraps, such as paper, lined up in the pile of coals, ready to be lit.  Soak some lighter fluid into the coals if you think you might need to, and wait for about 10 minutes to light the coals.  Light your coals with a match or a butane fire starter made for lighting barbecues.

Enjoy barbecuing whatever meat fills your belly!  And as I said before, use some common sense when firing up that charcoal!  Don't turn yourself into a char broiled human being.


Thursday, May 11, 2017

Shasta Hides Artificial Sweeteners In Its Regular Sodas

http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread731837/pg1

Recently, I was shopping for soda, and noticed Shasta has been secretly using Sucralose aka Splenda in its regular sodas.  My readers, that is deceptive!  Using an artificial sweetener without boldly showing it on the label is deceptive.  SHAME ON YOU, SHASTA SODA!