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Old 25-09-2014, 07:14   #61
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I think it's deeply disturbing, not so much that he is obese, but what is he doing, or waiting for?
If I had a friend who painted this, I'd worry about them
Theres a prostate examination waiting to happen............
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I would like to thank most of you for your helpful tips, I do believe however some of your replies were making light of my quest for knowledge. I may not have any sailing experience but I consider myself an expert in fried foods. I have 6 yrs experience managing a very busy KFC and I can tell you that proper fryer installation and safety is no laughing matter. I have numerous deep tissue burns to my hands and nether regions from my days as a lowly fry cook that have instilled in me a safety first attitude. I have included a photo of a fryer similar to mine if anyone has any helpful installation tips.
That is an excellent choice in fryolator. Once you have it installed the next step is to create a space for the energy system to power it.. I would suggest one of these as the fuel lasts for a long time. Really, it is the best choice for a cruising boat with a fryolator... I hear Alibaba has some scaled down nuclear systems for marine use, but the shipping can be steep...



I think sheet rock screws would be best for mounting the reactor but you may need some Liquid-Nails too.. You will want at least a 1.5" seacock for the reactor cooling. Just be sure to use a properly thru-bolted and flanged seacock......
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Another masterpiece painted by my talented neighbor, a little off topic I know...but what do you think?
I think that if your neighbor ever invites you over to his house for cocktails, it would be in your best interest to only drink beer, and only from a can that you personally open.
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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

Yazoo got sum good grub man! Don't get down there enough... Although the BBQ up North keeps me busy... First MS diner I went to, the check set on the table was saturated in grease insomuch as I could see THROUGH it...

PS : Nuke plants shutting down all over the country... Just got back from Crystal River... plenty of items for sale...
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I've included a rough sketch of my remodeling plans for my new boat. I love to read so I'm going to dedicate most of my sleeping area to my national geographic and encylopedia collection. One of you suggested mounting my fryer on castors so I can move it around, thumbs up to you sir!
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I think that if your neighbor ever invites you over to his house for cocktails, it would be in your best interest to only drink beer, and only from a can that you personally open.
...and do not eat the marshmellows...
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That's a very funny sketch.also noticed you like cats.

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...and do not eat the marshmellows...
Not to mention the Donuts...............
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Where's the small arms locker? You know if you go to a foreign port you will need to have a bolted sealed safe on board for all of your guns. Also I didn't see the space for your anchor and 2000 feet of chain
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I've included a rough sketch of my remodeling plans for my new boat. I love to read so I'm going to dedicate most of my sleeping area to my national geographic and encylopedia collection. One of you suggested mounting my fryer on castors so I can move it around, thumbs up to you sir!
A rolling fryolator is an excellent idea. Using castors means it can auto-tack and will always be on the lee side of the vessel. This is a great safety technique and prevents grease spilling onto you while cooking fried-dough, donuts or corn dogs while underway....... Just be sure the power cord is "marine grade". Many fryolators come with un-tinned non marine grade wire and this could pose issues, especially with a self tacking fryolator..
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This is absolutely brilliant!~
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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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I think it's deeply disturbing, not so much that he is obese, but what is he doing, or waiting for?
If I had a friend who painted this, I'd worry about them
Disturbing was the word that popped into my head as well.

Even if he is praying towards Mecca he would be clothed...

Which leaves me with the disturbing thought...

Somehow, I am afraid there is a banjo playing and a pig is about to squeal...



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I've included a rough sketch of my remodeling plans for my new boat. I love to read so I'm going to dedicate most of my sleeping area to my national geographic and encylopedia collection. One of you suggested mounting my fryer on castors so I can move it around, thumbs up to you sir!
Having all that book weight up front is definitely a good idea. This keeps the bow from bobbing up and down and helps penetrate the waves. Added benefit of less fryer oil sloshing around.

Consider moving the cat aft and getting some anchor chain in the cat space to further weigh the bow down.

You also might consider drawing a smaller cook to improve headroom.
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Gentlemen one and all, Thank you for the best laugh I have had in a while, as previously said this is BRILLIANT.
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Re: Deep Fryer Installation

I took a look round my boat tonight.
The galley looks empty without a Deep fat Fryer.
Will go order one tomorrow.
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