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Discussion in 'Messages for All Guests and Members' started by bearcarver, Mar 21, 2014.
Thank You Gary!!
Thanks Bill !!
Glad you like these.
Bear I 'm still going through this index, I'm out of room in my Signature too, going to follow your lead, thanks Bud.
Bear...what a list of "step by steps" you sure have been a busy man. Hope your doing well this holiday season...Len
That's Great SQWIB !!
I left you a comment on your Index Page!!
Been Awhile! We're still kickin'.
Bear, did I read somewhere that you actually type these "Step by Step" procedures up by manual tying? (one finger) or are you just yanking my chain?.
If you do then I take my hat off to you but I sure hope you can at least type as well, if not better, as I using two hands and two fingers per hand.
Only saying but I can see a book here, in the future, "Smokin Bear's Way" food for thought.
Cheers from Down Under
LOL----Actually 2 Index fingers:
The left one does the "Shift" Key.
The right one does everything else.
Actually pretty fast that way. Mrs Bear is a Great Typist, and she can't believe how fast my right index finger can type!!!
This is actually a Book, and it's FREE to all you guys. This page is the Index.
Better then sliced bread! Thanks!
Hey Bear, I am also a two finger typer too. Index finger on left hand for shift key and a couple of letters close to the shift key. and my ring finfer on my right hand for all the rest. I don't have any feeling in my thumb, index and middle finger. Gotten pretty fast for an old two finger typer
Man I'm on here all the time and somehow I missed the step by steps. I'm interested in making bacon and those tutorials are great. How are you slicing all that bacon? I've been reading up on slicers and read a couple of the discussions here and it sounds like even the commercial grade bass pro and cabelas slicers aren't worth it. Hard to justify a $400 + meat slicer but don't want to spend $300 on a piece of junk either. Any thoughts on the slicer? Again love the step by steps. Now I just have to find time to read them all.
This makes life easy for lazy guy like me lol
LOL----My index finger on my left hand is ONLY for the shift key!!
I'm glad you like this!!
I use my Son's Chef Choice International #645.
It's a smaller blade, but I love it. Works Great & seems to be built solid.
We've been sharing it for at least 12 years.
I also did these because I'm a lazy guy.
I only want to do all the figuring on these once----Then after the first time, I use my own Step by Steps.
wow thanks for sharing your knowledge
Glad you like it !!
Lovin the step by steps easy to find. How you do it is a very easy to follow along product creation.
The smoked salmon turned out awesome.
Thank You Chef !!!
I do these the best I can, because I use them & reuse them myself. Once I have something that works great, I don't like to try to figure it out again. Getting too old for that kind of action.
That makes these easy for all of us.
I like em !!