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Michael J. K. replied to Shane-San's discussion Men's Fraternity Group, Rites of Passage? in the group Boyhood Restored
"Sometimes we get busy or are in so many groups on here we do not post. Or we do not know what to post.  I hope a few more men / boys post some. Either was there are people around to respond if someone does post. I check to see if anything was…"
Jul 14
Jason replied to Shane-San's discussion Men's Fraternity Group, Rites of Passage? in the group Boyhood Restored
"The book "raising a modernday knight" helped me as a father. It e courages fathers to recapture rites of passage. I had a celebration when my son turned 13. Bith his grandfathers were visiting us and i had our pastor and other men in our…"
Jul 5
J. D. replied to Shane-San's discussion Crockpot suggestions? in the group Men in the Kitchen
"DO I correctly assume that you're not a fan of extreme heat, like myself?  I have lived in extreme dry heat most of my life, but did spend a couple years in Arkansas and Tennessee in the humid heat.  Given the choice, I'd take…"
Apr 8
kkbrew replied to Shane-San's discussion Crockpot suggestions? in the group Men in the Kitchen
"JD: Heat in Oklahoma is far from that in the Northeast. We are closer to Southern temps in the summer--hot, muggy, and oppressive. Yay!"
Apr 8
kkbrew replied to Shane-San's discussion Crockpot suggestions? in the group Men in the Kitchen
"Yeah, I hear you on the soup, which is why I don't use it much. Fresh ingredients are certainly better. I'm not quite ready to call using it the equivalent of saying one has given up, but glad to see you feel strongly about it."
Apr 8
Paul_of_TX replied to Shane-San's discussion Crockpot suggestions? in the group Men in the Kitchen
"I absolutely agree with you on the condensed soup in a recipe. To me that is just a red flag that you have given up and are saying F it to the food you are preparing. There are so many spices, seasonings, herbs, ingredients and different cooking…"
Apr 8
J. D. replied to Shane-San's discussion Crockpot suggestions? in the group Men in the Kitchen
"Your methods sound OK, but one of the items not allowed in my kitchen are condensed soups, and for all kinds of reasons.  The other issues I've found when cooking certain vegetables with the roast, especially carrots, parsnips, and celery…"
Apr 8
kkbrew replied to Shane-San's discussion Crockpot suggestions? in the group Men in the Kitchen
"While the warmer weather does make roasts less attractive, I'm not complaining.  I need some sunlight! Otherwise, I hear you on the Dutch oven, but the crock pot has always worked for me.  I brown the outside of the roast in a cast…"
Apr 8
J. D. replied to Shane-San's discussion Crockpot suggestions? in the group Men in the Kitchen
"I've done a roast or two in the crockpot and they turned out OK, but in my experience, they usually come out rather greasy and stringy.  Perhaps it was just the cut of meat I had chosen.  There are a couple recipes in my book that…"
Apr 8
kkbrew replied to Shane-San's discussion Crockpot suggestions? in the group Men in the Kitchen
"Oddly enough, "baked" potatoes in the crock pot are quite easy and tasty.  If I'm taking potatoes to an event, it's easier to put them in the crock pot in the morning, let them cook while I'm at work, and come home with…"
Apr 7
Michael J. K. replied to Shane-San's discussion Men's Fraternity Group, Rites of Passage? in the group Boyhood Restored
"Movement of child to adulthood dad having heart surgery when I was 10 made me grow up quicker knowing my dad may die, and then 2 years later he did.  Being abused robbed me from some childhood. I think maybe dating in high school helped me on…"
Apr 2
Stuart Charles replied to Shane-San's discussion Crockpot suggestions? in the group Men in the Kitchen
"Indian curries go well in a crockpot.   I'll dig up a recipe and post it"
Mar 25
John replied to Shane-San's discussion Men's Fraternity Group, Rites of Passage? in the group Boyhood Restored
"I have been thru mens fraternity...good program at our church. Though there are a few programs and many seem a bit the same, if i recall. "
Dec 23, 2013
neal brady replied to Shane-San's discussion Crockpot suggestions? in the group Men in the Kitchen
"Jd, remember to trim the fat off. that way the meat isnt swimming in it. but i think that you will be pleased with it.  "
Oct 11, 2013
J. D. replied to Shane-San's discussion Crockpot suggestions? in the group Men in the Kitchen
"I am perhaps the ultimate slow cooker sceptic, but this recipe looks and sounds excellent, especially if I make my own BBQ sauce from scratch.  I'll try to remember to post a review back here when I make this."
Oct 11, 2013
neal brady replied to Shane-San's discussion Crockpot suggestions? in the group Men in the Kitchen
"probably one of the best pulled pork recipes that I have found for a crock pot.  http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Bourbon-Mango-Pulled-Pork it is a wet pulled pork instead of having a crispy outside like you would get from the grill but the flavors…"
Oct 11, 2013

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Did any of you see this story?  Colorado gymnastics teacher Dylan Schuetz was cliff-climbing recently with some of his buddies, when he fell some 100 feet.  Amazingly, he survived, albeit with both legs broken, and says he put his gymnastics training into use the moment he lost his grip.  He also happened to be shirtless at the time, which is common for male cliff climbers.  And, as a former gymnast, I know most guys practice gymnastics shirtless.  I certainly hope he makes a complete recovery…See More
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