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June Banter 2020

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18 hours ago, PhineasC said:

@WxUSAF

@ErinInTheSky

@Inverted_Trough

LOL you guys were so wrong about COVID.

No wonder the thread was closed and all COVID talk banned.

Wow!

Seriously?

I have held back on you for sometime now. But this was totally uncalled for. If you want to disagree then fine, but to laugh out loud at someone on an online forum???  Excuse my French but what a dick move. 

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30 minutes ago, Mrs.J said:

Wow!

Seriously?

I have held back on you for sometime now. But this was totally uncalled for. If you want to disagree then fine, but to laugh out loud at someone on an online forum???  Excuse my French but what a dick move. 

LOL

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2 hours ago, PhineasC said:

LOL

 

2 hours ago, PhineasC said:

Yeah, typing LOL to someone on the Internet is definitely a bridge too far!

In this instance yes it is. It boarders on bullying. Don’t get you way you hide behind words. But then again you have probably done that your whole life. I have tried to give you the benefit of the doubt, but when you continue to act like a petulant child that is where my line is drawn. 
 

And I am making Pallea today as Mr. J has asked for it. Photo later. 

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6 minutes ago, nw baltimore wx said:

I hope that everyone knows that I’m kidding in the severe thread. 

We definitely need an FU button :P

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I think the CO-op spot up in Covington may be having some issues. I'm only 4 miles away and it definitely hasn't gotten that chilly last two nights and I see no ash on the ground or in the sky.......

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33 minutes ago, Mrs.J said:

I am baking today. :D

I was baking too, but then I came inside and took a refreshing shower. :sun:

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Am I the only one who likes to drop a few fresh blueberries into a glass of dry red wine in the summer?

Sort of a really quick and dirty sangria lol.

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2 hours ago, Mrs.J said:

I am baking today. :D

Please post photos, the smiling emoji will be Mr J. when sampling time arrives . As always.....

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1 hour ago, Mrs.J said:

Strawberry Rhubarb pie. 
 

 

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That looks mouthwatering Mrs. J.  Reminds me of the pies my mom used to make back home in Ohio, all from fresh ingredients.  We'd go pick strawberries at the lock u-pick farm near Troy, OH (normally about 80 quarts a year).  We were fortunate they didn't weigh each of us before and after we picked (it was 4 in the basket and 1 in your mouth etc.).  We grew the rhubarb in the back yard next to the gooseberry bush.  Gotta ask, do you make gooseberry pie too?  

We'd pick wild blackberries along the railroad tracks at the edge of town, get blueberries from Michigan, peaches from Georgia, make applesauce from the apples on our apple tree, and cherry jam from our cherry tree (got over 30 gallons off that tree one year) and grape jam from our grape vine.  All of the home grown stuff from a 1/3 acre lot.  Back then in the 60's, you bought or picked whatever you could when it was in season - there was no such thing as year around oranges and strawberries like we have now.  

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1 hour ago, RDM said:

That looks mouthwatering Mrs. J.  Reminds me of the pies my mom used to make back home in Ohio, all from fresh ingredients.  We'd go pick strawberries at the lock u-pick farm near Troy, OH (normally about 80 quarts a year).  We were fortunate they didn't weigh each of us before and after we picked (it was 4 in the basket and 1 in your mouth etc.).  We grew the rhubarb in the back yard next to the gooseberry bush.  Gotta ask, do you make gooseberry pie too?  

We'd pick wild blackberries along the railroad tracks at the edge of town, get blueberries from Michigan, peaches from Georgia, make applesauce from the apples on our apple tree, and cherry jam from our cherry tree (got over 30 gallons off that tree one year) and grape jam from our grape vine.  All of the home grown stuff from a 1/3 acre lot.  Back then in the 60's, you bought or picked whatever you could when it was in season - there was no such thing as year around oranges and strawberries like we have now.  

Mrs J in consideration of my present hierarchy of values that strawberry  pie photo constitutes a pin up. I’ll stop right there with the metaphor. RDM I remember seasonal fruit in the last early fifties, when I was a boy. We loved watermelon. My mom bought several late in the season and stored them in a back, under porch, outside pantry. We had an unusual early season hard freeze and the darn things exploded. We also picked wild blueberries in the woods around Lakewood New Jersey. A different time, a different way. As always .....

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1 hour ago, RDM said:

That looks mouthwatering Mrs. J.  Reminds me of the pies my mom used to make back home in Ohio, all from fresh ingredients.  We'd go pick strawberries at the lock u-pick farm near Troy, OH (normally about 80 quarts a year).  We were fortunate they didn't weigh each of us before and after we picked (it was 4 in the basket and 1 in your mouth etc.).  We grew the rhubarb in the back yard next to the gooseberry bush.  Gotta ask, do you make gooseberry pie too?  

We'd pick wild blackberries along the railroad tracks at the edge of town, get blueberries from Michigan, peaches from Georgia, make applesauce from the apples on our apple tree, and cherry jam from our cherry tree (got over 30 gallons off that tree one year) and grape jam from our grape vine.  All of the home grown stuff from a 1/3 acre lot.  Back then in the 60's, you bought or picked whatever you could when it was in season - there was no such thing as year around oranges and strawberries like we have now.  

I have never made a gooseberry pie. We get them with our CSA so will have to try that this year. Mr J usually uses them to infuse vodka. 

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The Mappy household is growing by two today! We are fostering two puppies, most likely will end up adopting them fully eventually, but we are so excited! 

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I’m kind of confused, is the tongue of below average temp water in the pacific just below the Niño region? Or are the measurements taken in some way that make them warmer than the area appears to be? Because the area looks cold, but the numbers don’t look that low...

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Filet mignon is on the grill and full tilt capsize painkiller sour in the glass-brewed with pineapple, coconut, cinnamon, nutmeg and lactose conditioned on rum soaked oak chips! It’s a collab with a brewery in Annapolis, meant to taste like the beer version of Pussers painkiller cocktail. 

-I have since moved on to Lancaster double chocolate stout though. Both beers around 7%

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6 minutes ago, JakkelWx said:

Firing up the grill for some New York sirloin steaks. I am sipping a DFH 120 min IPA 

I put some filet mignons on earlier. Still need to try the dfh 120. One of these days. 

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25 minutes ago, JakkelWx said:

Firing up the grill for some New York sirloin steaks. I am sipping a DFH 120 min IPA 

I need to pick up a few of those, along with their WWS.

Been jonesing for some super high gravity stuff. Nothing quite like it.

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12 minutes ago, C.A.P.E. said:

I need to pick up a few of those, along with their WWS.

Been jonesing for some super high gravity stuff. Nothing quite like it.

Same. The closest I’m coming tonight and to round out the night,  is Full Tilt S’more What at 10%

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