Osakajoe, what are those red, blue and yellow tags in your first picture of your newest post in umeda?
Picked when they are young and smaller, I really enjoy eating them raw. No slime at all.
Where at in Portland we’re you fishing?
Welcome. I’m not a full blooded but my family is from there about 3 generations ago. I’d love to hear more about traditional Norwegian styles...
Visited my family in south western Washington. We clammed and ate razor clams, had fresh dungenes and lots of clam chowder. It was amazing.
Like this. Yellow birds habanero is awesome.
Those remind me of the knives we used on the fish processor in Alaska. I still have the scar on my left middle finger (thru the nail) to prove it.
Count me in the crowd of I don’t give two farts how it looks if it tastes amazing. And that looks awesome.
That dish checks a lot of boxes for me.
My mom used to make a snack that was a banana sliced in half vertically. She would then put mayo on the flat side and dust it with paprika. I...
Those look really good and I imagine my kids would like them. Would you mind telling me how you prepared them?
Interesting. I’ve got a friend that is into pipes and such. Makes his own pipes at home.
Pizza for the kids. Ham, black olive, pineapple. Yep.
I’m in line with Keith. Coins. I trend towards half dollar commems and peace dollars. Tailed off the last year or two. Just haven’t had the...
I put pineapple in my gumbo and peas in my jambalaya. Boil my crawfish in seltzer water since it’s already bubbling. :). (I agree with you...
I’ve heard the rangers at big bend are nothing to be taken lightly either. Based in Austin. Haven’t made the trip but it’s on the bucket list....
She doesn’t have to know. Keep it in the car, or coat closet at work.
Since we are talking about Scandinavian bfast. Any of you guys have a good aebleskiver recipe? And related, do you have any favorite additions?...
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