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Old 24-09-2014, 06:47   #31
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So long as the deck screws reach well into the trailer bunk boards it will be perfectly safe.

I'm hoping the anchor chain is secured and locked to post in the garage. Another worthwhile safety measure.
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Old 24-09-2014, 07:51   #32
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Let me guess, you are from the Deep Fried South?
Fixed it for you.
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Let me guess, you are from the Deep South?
I am from the Deep South and we never deep-fry indoors. Thats what porches and decks are for. Why? Well, mainly, it's too messy to fry indoors. When we cook outdoors, there is no cleanup to do. What the critters don't get will get covered up in mildew and then we power wash in the spring. Also to get away from the women. Their face paint melts if they come outside.

So if you want a deep fryer on your boat, the only sensible thing to do is get a motorboat and put the fryer on the front deck. If you insist on being a librul, yankee, tree-hugging, prius-driving, enviro-commie/fascist, sailing sissy, then still bolt, glue, or tape the fryer to the front deck. Since you won't be able to use the jib as a sail, just use it as a cover for the fryer to keep the bird poop off. Buy a bigger engine and a few assault rifles to compensate for your effiminate boat choice.
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Old 24-09-2014, 08:50   #34
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Recipe:

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"You could make smaller portions (ergo less calories), which might also help you get around the boat more efficiently (ergo burning more calories)."

You get a woman involved and already she's trying to take our fried food away!
Even if she's twice the sailor of any man on this forum, she's still a woman.

The more I think about it the more I like the idea of a deep fryer on a boat. You can convert the used oil to diesel fuel. This idea even pays for it self!
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You get a woman involved and already she's ............
You have no idea with this one...........
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Aww, you chased him away. It really was a funny first post.
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Aww, you chased him away. It really was a funny first post.
he will be back,he still hasn't got my deep fried squid burger recipe
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he will be back,he still hasn't got my deep fried squid burger recipe
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This thread has been approved by the United Heart Foundation, fry on young sailor!
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Well spoofed sir I am sure you got some of us!
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Went to Yazoo City Mississippi a couple of weeks ago to repair an airplane and when we went out to eat, they had Mexican Okra on the menu, not knowing what that could be, I ordered it. It's deep fried Jalapenos, actually pretty good

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Went to Yazoo City Mississippi a couple of weeks ago to repair an airplane and when we went out to eat, they had Mexican Okra on the menu, not knowing what that could be, I ordered it. It's deep fried Jalapenos, actually pretty good

in spain they serve a similar tapa called "padrones" which are deep fried baby green bell peppers, about every fifth pepper is a hot one!

great with deep fried battered baby squid,or in Spanish "pulpitos"
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Another masterpiece painted by my talented neighbor, a little off topic I know...but what do you think?
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Another masterpiece painted by my talented neighbor, a little off topic I know...but what do you think?
nothing that a diet of deep fried squid burgers won't cure
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