I was reading something about this the other day, apparently piggies are pretty high in nucleotides, which when paired with glutamates like soy sauce make for mega tastiness.
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Perhaps we can talk football now.
Football and beer is a match made for homebrewers.
WOO HOO! My favorite time of the year!!
Here in Hawaii the early games come on at 7:00AM and the late games 10:00AM The night games are at 2:30 in the afternoon. So it's Hawaiian coffee and papayas, mangos, pineapples, macnuts... for the games here.
I didn't think I'd like this at first, but this is my 10th season of watching football this way. It is great. The games are all over early enough to leave my afternoons free to go get in the ocean for a couple of hours.
And for all you girly-men who don't like football - you are excused from the thread. You can go watch ice skating or Project Runway or whatever...
How does the river level match up with your property elevation? The imu only needs to be about 3-4 feet deep.
If your property elevation is that close to river level I wouldn't worry about roasting a pig, I'd be focused on finding flood insurance.
I'm probably a little late but here's my $.02 on wood floors in the kitchen. We just remodeled our kitchen including new wood floors, almost identical to what you're considering, but I would do it different next time. The wood floors look magnificent, but every time I wash veggies or do dishes I spill a little water on the floor. Whether it's justified or not I drop what I'm doing and mop up the spill. When we had tile in the kitchen I never even gave a few drops of water a second thought.
I don't know how they do things in France, but most of the fridges with a cabinet facing are reduced depth. I solved that problem by bumping out one wall to make a recess for the fridge so it did not stick out as far.
I think what you are after would be called a panel-ready refrigerator. They typically are big $$.
I didn't want Southern Tier Pumpking because I think that is overkill with the molasses.