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Old 25-09-2014, 18:06   #76
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Re: Deep Fryer Installation

Thanks to everyone who contributed their fabulous ideas to this thread. I was laughing so hard that my wife came into the room to see what was so funny. I had tears coming out of my eyes!


All this talk of fried food has got me jonesing for something greasy.

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Old 25-09-2014, 18:36   #77
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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!

What type of furler is that?
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What type of furler is that?
It's made of recycled Force 10 stoves since only those who live in the stone age would have a stove.

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Old 25-09-2014, 20:51   #79
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Harken, lol
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A deep fryer on a boat?
Great!! I'll bring the beer and some good southern Mountain Oysters, you know Dinner danglers, Lug Nuts, Moo Marbles, Cowboy Caviar. Southern cookin at it's finest.


Actually, they are Rocky Mountain Oysters or Prairie Oysters.
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If it is possible to get ill before one eats, that'll do it for me...
Funny but true story.

I have a friend who has a large ranch.. about 10,000 head of cattle. When my kids were younger, used to take them down for branding time; we did 500 head a day.

Part of the deal was I could bring back a gallon of prairie oysters. I remember one day I had cleaned them, and then fried up a bunch in butter, garlic and green onions. My kids knew the rule, they at least had to try what was served. My daughter of 16 comment was, after eating two, "Thanks Dad, but these really are not my favorite".

Well, lo and behold, her boyfriend came over, smelled the air and said, "Yum, that smells good".

My daughter, having just a bit of Dad's mischief in her, served up a plate of them to him. After eating about five, he looked at her and asked, "These are good, what is it?"

Her response, without blinking an eye or cracking a smile was, "Bull nuts, and if you get out of line, I'm having yours!"

I just about hit the floor in laughter. He just about puked.
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personally I prefer pigs trotters with a pint of Guiness !

I remember first coking across pressed oxtongue that my granny made, its was an experience!

dave

PS, Im still working out the gun in the lard idea, its seems to have a few unworkable issue maybe !
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PS, Im still working out the gun in the lard idea, its seems to have a few unworkable issue maybe !
Dave Dave DAVE. Cover it in cling film first!
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I remember first coking across pressed oxtongue that my granny made, its was an experience!
I guess that's better than "coming" across it.
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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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That's not you, it's Fanny Hill's boyfriend.
You got me, I'm also not really installing a 20 litre deep fryer on wheels in my sailboat or installing a library in the bow of my boat...it's called satire dear
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You got me, I'm also not really installing a 20 litre deep fryer on wheels in my sailboat or installing a library in the bow of my boat...it's called satire dear
Your not?!!!
crap!!
I just ripped out my galley to install one.......
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I'm just not ready to give up on this idea. Would it be out of the question to hang a big fryer on davits off the stern? You might have to lean out a little to use it, but that should be manageable.
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ROTDLMFAO. This without question the funniest thread ever. I blew beer - good beer - out my nose. It was a sh*t day, thanks for the save.


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Re: Deep Fryer Installation

I say you really ought to think "old school" here... and go with the traditional marine smoker...
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