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D.O.T. / Love this guy
« on: January 11, 2018, 05:44:12 PM »
Love this guy.  Libtards are flipping their lids over this

Army Command Sgt. Maj. John Troxell, the senior enlisted adviser to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, posted the threat Tuesday on Facebook and made similar comments during a recent holiday tour with the USO.

?ISIS needs to understand that the Joint Force is on orders to annihilate them. So, they have two options should they decide to come up against the United States, our allies and partners: surrender or die!? the post said.

?If they choose not to surrender, then we will kill them with extreme prejudice, whether that be through security force assistance, by dropping bombs on them, shooting them in the face, or beating them to death with our entrenching tools,? he added.

The post also featured the hashtag #ISIS_SurrenderOrDie.

D.O.T. / Who knew the Navy had rifles?
« on: December 25, 2017, 11:54:00 PM »

This is super cool

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Less Than Lethal / X26 Taser
« on: December 24, 2017, 10:04:07 AM »
Any of you LE guys have experience with these?

$1000 rig sold as trade in for $200.

I was thinking about picking one up.  Pros, Cons, other advice is appreciated.  Cartridges are available readily it seems, so after I accidentally taser myself, I should be able to reload it.


D.O.T. / For those of you celebrating xmas
« on: December 21, 2017, 09:22:14 AM »

D.O.T. / The Blank Box
« on: December 20, 2017, 07:37:19 PM »

coolest thing ever for porch pirates

except a claymore, of course

Firearms / new remington 870 mag fed shotgun
« on: December 11, 2017, 06:28:14 PM »
Some of you may know that I love standardizing weapons systems.  One of the systems I've gone to is the 870.


Ran across this.  Not sure how I feel about it yet.  I can carry that much ammo in my long tube without a mag hanging down.

However reloading speed and maybe some aftermarket 10 rounders might make this an interesting weapon.

However inserting a slug and double racking seems impossible.

D.O.T. / White Privilege
« on: December 05, 2017, 12:27:57 PM »
Yep. Sums it up

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D.O.T. / Pilut
« on: November 27, 2017, 09:09:05 PM »

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D.O.T. / Happy Birthday
« on: November 15, 2017, 08:02:34 PM »

How old this year?

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D.O.T. / Pay attention America!
« on: November 02, 2017, 07:55:18 AM »
Astros win the World Series and there is no looting and burning and turning over cars in Houston.

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D.O.T. / My new beer opener
« on: October 16, 2017, 08:16:33 AM »

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D.O.T. / Give up your rights?
« on: September 17, 2017, 07:35:10 AM »
As many of us have a well warranted and healthy skepticism of big government intrusion into our lives, how many of us unwittingly give us our privacy using everyday objects.


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D.O.T. / Muslim humor
« on: August 10, 2017, 10:02:24 PM »

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Build Threads / To build or not to build
« on: August 01, 2017, 11:37:22 PM »
So, I'm not sure if this should be in the Build Thread section or maybe in drive line.  Mods feel free to move. (change my profile or whatever else yall do to harass me...)

I would like to have a purely mechanical vehicle for a number of reasons.  A friend is offering me a free vehicle and I'm contemplating whether it might be worth a build, knowing that I am likely to go full retard oil change...

So here is the vehicle:  It is a 1985 Land Rover Series III 88 inch wheelbase 4cyl gas. It is right hand drive.  Body is aluminum and interior has been redone.

Frame is rusted and would have to be replaced.  I would not want to keep the gas engine and I would look to likely have different running gear.

Admittedly I have no experience with Rovers.  I do know that complete aftermarket galvanized chassis is available so the frame issue is easy to fix.  The track width is 4ft. 3 1/2 inches.

I envision a new frame and hanging heavier duty axles underneath it and buying a P Pump 4bt and manual trans.

I'm out of my element here and could use some real world advice.  Does a RHD vehicle make swapping running  gear (front axle and steering) a challenge?  I know I can weld and fit the 4bt and transmission, but the transfer case and axles give me some heartburn.  While it may be a free vehicle its easily a 10K plus project with new frame and a running 4bt and some new axles and transfer case.

It would fit the bill of no power anything, no AC, nada.  Simple and bullet proof and go anywhere.

So any advice here?  Should I just buy an old Jeep and run the other direction from this thing?

D.O.T. / JRs new business opportunity
« on: July 31, 2017, 03:25:15 PM »

Sounds like a plan. Let's siphon off all the conservatives to Texas and leave the libtards to implode the state.

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D.O.T. / Saw this and thought of Don.....(caption contest)
« on: July 25, 2017, 12:05:15 AM »

Just the part titiled "Cross Winds" at 48 seconds. It's supposed to start there if I got the link right

D.O.T. / OJ Stories
« on: July 20, 2017, 10:22:31 PM »
So I thought I'd share an OJ story.

Those who know me know I'm a plain spoken person and don't really pay attention to "feelings"

Several years ago, after OJ was aquitted on muder chargers and before he got nabbed on robbery and kidnapping,.....he was in houston boarding a SW airlines plan headed to San Antonio.  I was on the plan with one of my employees heading to a meeting with a prospect.

it was surreal.  Half the people were fawning over him and other other half was obviously upset and disgusted with him.  He was travelling with some bleach blond trailer trash white lady and she was obviously hammered (it was before noon)

I was seated 2 rows behind him and on the starboard side while he was on the port side.  People were making small talk.  One guy boarding the plane yelled out "OJ! what are you doing in Texas?"  OJ answered "man don't you know that all my exes live in Texas (seeking to emulate George Straight)"  I was unable to contain my disgust any longer so i spoke up in a very loud voice.  "did you dig up Nicole Brown Simpson and bring her with you?" You could have heard a pin drop

He looked right at me with that, "I'll cut your throat look".  My employee was freaked out because all he coulf think about was that he was going to miss his prospect meeting because his boss punched out OJ on the plane.......

Firearms / Rethinking vehicular and packable weapons systems
« on: June 05, 2017, 08:24:00 AM »
The events in Europe of the last three months have caused me to rethink my chosen weapon system for EDC.  Typically I CC a Glock 23 (.40, midsize).  With the recent events of vehicular terrorism in the UK and knowing that our past politicians embraced some of the same sick people to come to the US, it is unfortunatley only a matter of time before we see the same in the US.  The seeds were sown long ago in the 60s, but starting with Clinton in the mid 1990s the refugees began to pour in from Muslim countries.  It is now only a matter of time (I estimate 10 years or less) before these types of attacks become commonplace in the US.


With this in mind, I believe that there is a need for more powerful weapons system on ones person or vehicle.  In Texas you cannot conceal a long gun the way you can a pistol.  In the past, I thought the concept of and AR platform pistol was a novelty and a waste of resources.  Given the recent events and an article I read about AR pistols, I am now embarking on a journey to build an AR PDW pistol.


I will use this thread as a place to document the build and the decision process associated with parts and as always DOT Bait for the inevitable conversations that ensue.

So here is where my calculus is at the moment.

The foundation will be an AR platform with a very short barrel and a folding buffer tube adapter.  With this set up, I should be able to easily conceal this weapon in the console of my truck and a briefcase or backpack. 


The question at the moment is caliber.  Those that have followed some of my musings in the past know that I have chosen to standardize calibers, platforms and parts to keep it simple.   After some reading, I am wondering if the 300 Blackout might be a better choice for such a weapons system.  My criteria for caliber selection would be:

commercially available and reliable feeding with minimal parts modification
ballistically superior from a barrel length of 7.5 inches or less
ability to penetrate winsheilds and unreinforced automotive panels
minute of scumbag accuracy to 75-100 yards
reliability of feeding
lethality in humans

From that I can tell, the 300BK is superior from short barrels and requires the least amount of weapons modifications to run in an AR platform and keeps wear and tear on parts to a minimum.

With that said I do not have any experience with the 300BK so I am open to other options.

I have many lowers in the safe, so I will start with a LPK and the folding buffer tube adapter.

Would appreciate your perspective and thoughts.

CIEMR / The time has come
« on: June 04, 2017, 11:58:27 AM »
We had better wake up!  While liberals want to deride Trump for trying to extreme vett Muslims our political correctness is very likely going to get people killed in the US like the PC garbage of love and inclusion has turned Europe into a killing ground for Islamic terrorists. 

We must demand that our government:

1 put the safety of our citizens above refugees.
2. Infiltrate mosques and social media sites frequented by Islamist and  revoke their status or citizenship.
3. Break up neighborhoods that are "no go" areas due to high concentrations of Muslims.
4. Pass a law outlawing the practice of sharia law in the US

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Parenting / You know your kids are growing up...
« on: May 20, 2017, 09:48:22 PM »
When they are old enough to ride in the front seat for the first time.....

Man,  it just hit me today riding into town with my youngest sitting in the front seat with me.

A new chapter.

Humor, Good Stuff, and Red Neck Practices! / Coffee
« on: May 17, 2017, 09:53:27 AM »

UTV's / UTV buying advice
« on: April 30, 2017, 11:01:19 AM »
So, I'm about to put the fifth wheel up for sale and I'm contemplating what to do next.

I'm liking the idea of a UTV for some adventure riding with the family. But realized I don't know much about the crowded space of UTVs.

Don maybe a dedicated UTV forum?

So I'm looking for advice on new vs used and which ones would fit my criteria.

Not looking for a racer. I'm looking for utility. 4 seater with a bed that can be used around the range and hunting and adventure trail riding. 

Reliability and ease of maintenance and parts is important too.

What say ye?

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D.O.T. / Trappistes Rochefort 10
« on: April 19, 2017, 07:38:52 PM »
So a guy at work complimented a tie I was wearing one day.  So I took it off and gave it to him thinking nothing of it.

He wrote me a nice note and left a bag on my desk that had two of these beers in it. He is a beer aficionado and these are his favorite beers.

Now me, I'm just a redneck from texas who drinks Budweiser not bud light. So I was prepared to be unimpressed by the somewhat Euro trash look. I have to say a very rich creamy caramel flavor. And to boot it has 11.3% ABV. It's a Belgium quad and has a thick creamy pour.

Worth a try if you can locate one.

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Construction and Building / R22 Refrigerant
« on: April 19, 2017, 07:15:30 PM »
I received this in the email box today from my serving company.  Anyone heard of this or doubt it?

Regarding Air Conditioning systems that currently operate with R22 refrigerant:

It is important for you to be aware that R22 refrigerant is being rationed to ALL air conditioning contractors across the country, the current limit is two 30 pound cylinders per purchase per company.  By 2020, R22 refrigerant will not be manufactured or imported.

How does this impact you, as a consumer?
If your system is not cooling and is low on refrigerant, R22 refrigerant may not be available to recharge to get you cool again.  A system holds about 10-12 pounds depending on size and line sets. The cost of refrigerant (if it is available) this summer is going to be expensive, upwards of $100 per pound and rising.

Just a reminder, air conditioning systems are closed, they are not supposed to lose refrigerant.  If an older R22 system is low, chances are there is a leak. Refilling an older system with R22 will not stop the leak, nor will it stop the loss of the expensive refrigerant you just paid for. 

What exactly is the refrigerant phase out?
All the way back in 1993, there were rumblings in the HVAC industry that there was going to be a phase out of HCFCs (hydrochlorofluorocarbons), which are ozone-depleting substances (ODS).  The EPA established a phase-out frame work and schedule: R-22 refrigerant (Freon) was among those on the list.  They began by phasing out the worst of the HCFCs and by 2010, it was R22?s turn to start getting phased out.

January 1, 2010 marked the date that manufacturers could no longer make condensers that used the old R22 refrigerant.  By January 1, 2020, there will be no more R22 refrigerant.  January 1, 2020 marks the date that R22 will no longer be manufactured or imported.  Since we are already experiencing a rationing of the refrigerant right now in 2017, we do not expect there to be any R22 available anywhere by the 2020 cut off.
We feel it is important to make sure our customers with R22 systems, have this information.

Our intention is to give you the advantage of being able to budget and plan ahead, so that you do not suffer in our Hot Humid Houston climate this summer. With this information ahead of time, you have the advantage of weighing out what system best suits your needs and budget. Thereby avoiding the panic that may push you to rush into a decision because your system is out and there is no refrigerant left to get you up and running.

If you are interested in putting together a plan with budget numbers you can reach out to us at:

D.O.T. / United airlines unveils new travel pillow
« on: April 12, 2017, 12:57:44 PM »

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D.O.T. / New bourbon experience
« on: April 11, 2017, 10:16:16 PM »
So I learned something today. There is an orphan barrel series bottled in tullahoma Kentucky that is barrels of distillers cuts. Tonight I had barterhouse 20 years. Wow. Almost as good as Pappys

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D.O.T. / Presidential Limo Driver Test
« on: March 23, 2017, 11:08:48 PM »

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Share Your Recipe / Texas Red Neck chili recipe
« on: March 04, 2017, 03:41:29 PM »
Here's your shopping list.

4lb of bottom round
Canola oil
1 large red onion
Fresh garlic
1 poblano pepper
2 habanero peppers
3 Thai bird chilis
3 jalape?os
2 Serranos
1 carribe chili
Ancho chili powder
New Mexico chili powder
Casacabel chili powder
Chipotle chili powder
Pasilla chili powder (same as Hatch)
Mexican oregano
Dark beer
Chicken stock
16 oz can of whole tomatoes
Semi sweet chocolate
Mexican crema
Cumin seed
Maple syrup

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D.O.T. / Nuts
« on: February 16, 2017, 09:08:39 PM »

D.O.T. / Protest starter pack
« on: February 03, 2017, 10:16:37 AM »

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D.O.T. / Besty Devos and Senators Collins and Murkowski
« on: February 01, 2017, 09:31:17 PM »
There are two turncoats in the GOP who received significant dollars from the NEA and are on the only 2 senators with ratings from the NEA over 50%.  That is Susan Collins of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska.

While most of us cannot vote in their next re-election campaign, time and time again it has proven extremely effective to use contributions to opponents to unseat elected representatives.  Dashle comes to mind as well as a few others.

I respectfully suggest that you write these turncoats and put them on notice that although outside their state you will use your power of political contributions to ensure they are not reelected.


Powerplant, Driveline, and Braking / CL find
« on: December 28, 2016, 09:53:57 PM »
What do you guys think about this?


CIEMR / The electoral college.
« on: December 22, 2016, 07:39:14 AM »
This is exactly why the founding fathers envisioned the electoral college and a representative republic and not democracy, otherwise known as mob rules.


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D.O.T. / Dons new ride
« on: December 20, 2016, 11:21:46 AM »
Couldn't resist

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Firearms / 2017 will be time to stock up
« on: December 20, 2016, 11:14:06 AM »
For those wanting to increase their stock of weapons, gear, and ammo, 2017-2018 should be the time to stock up.

Gun manufacturer stocks, dropped after the election because the biggest promoter of weapons and biggest driver of record weapon  sales ,the democrat party was defeated.

There  is a glut of weapons and magazines on the market and already prices of weapns and parts are falling.

if you've kicked yourself for waiting or not having enough supply.  Be ready.  It will be time to stock up.

Hand Tools, Power Tools, Welders, etc / Need Chainsaw Advice
« on: November 24, 2016, 10:06:04 AM »
So I'm patching my old Poulan together with chicken wire and spit and its time to step up.  The clutch spring broke and its hard to start with the chain in full engagement.  I've ordered a new sprocket, new clutch, clutch spring and a few screws which are missing.  I already put a new carb on it so I'm 50% of its cost new, into repairs.

I'm a fan of Stihl and that's the direction I'm headed.  I've narrowed it down to two saws.

The MS391, which is their top of the line Farm/Ranch saw rated at 4.4bhp 13lbs and a 20 inch bar max
or the MS 362C-M which is a professional saw rated at 4.69bhp 12lbs and 25 inch bar max

The cost difference is $150



Would appreciate advice from the menses.  Thanks in advance.

Humor, Good Stuff, and Red Neck Practices! / Great white hunter
« on: November 17, 2016, 08:03:13 PM »

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CIEMR / Veterans Day
« on: November 11, 2016, 09:33:06 AM »
Thank you to all those that have served

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D.O.T. / Flag at the local watering hole
« on: November 01, 2016, 06:26:38 PM »
Don, know these guys by any chance?

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Share Your Recipe / Pork Rub
« on: September 28, 2016, 08:10:46 PM »
Someone somewhere when I posted a picture of a pork butt being smoked asked for the recipie so here it goes.  I watched Triple D on food network and Guy Fieri visited a BBQ joint that used these ingredients.  He didn't go into measurements so I eyeballed it and came up with this.

2 cups brown sugar
1 cup paprika
1/4 cup garlic powder
1/4 cup black pepper
1/4 cup cayenne pepper
1/4 cup chili powder
1/4 cup cumin
1/4 cup onion powder
1/4 cup salt ( I don't actually use this as I salt 5-10 hours before applying the rub as salt is the only spice that penetrates)
TBS allspice
TBS poultry seasoning
TBS cinnamon
TBS nutmeg

I apply liberally and then spritz with apple juice several times throughout the cooking process.  Smoke until 165 internal temp and then crutch with foil and then between 195-205 its done when the bone pulls out smoothly and cleanly from the butt.

D.O.T. / It'll be ok
« on: September 22, 2016, 08:11:29 PM »

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Humor, Good Stuff, and Red Neck Practices! / hillary's next victim
« on: September 13, 2016, 08:40:55 PM »

D.O.T. / Peace
« on: September 02, 2016, 08:44:35 PM »

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CIEMR / Inconvenient truths about blacks being shot by white cops
« on: August 31, 2016, 07:27:56 AM »
From the Daily Wire
5 Statistics You Need To Know About Cops Killing Blacks | Daily Wire

The Alton Sterling and Philando Castile shootings have caused an uproar among leftists because they fuel their narrative that racist white police officers are hunting down innocent black men. But the statistics ? brought to light by the superb work of Heather Mac Donald ? tell a different story.

Here are five key statistics you need to know about cops killing blacks.

1. Cops killed nearly twice as many whites as blacks in 2015. According to data compiled by The Washington Post, 50 percent of the victims of fatal police shootings were white, while 26 percent were black. The majority of these victims had a gun or "were armed or otherwise threatening the officer with potentially lethal force," according to Mac Donald in a speech at Hillsdale College.

Some may argue that these statistics are evidence of racist treatment toward blacks, since whites consist of 62 percent of the population and blacks make up 13 percent of the population. But as Mac Donald writes in The Wall Street Journal, 2009 statistics from the Bureau of Justice Statistics reveal that blacks were charged with 62 percent of robberies, 57 percent of murders and 45 percent of assaults in the 75 biggest counties in the country, despite only comprising roughly 15 percent of the population in these counties.

"Such a concentration of criminal violence in minority communities means that officers will be disproportionately confronting armed and often resisting suspects in those communities, raising officers? own risk of using lethal force," writes MacDonald.

MacDonald also pointed out in her Hillsdale speech that blacks "commit 75 percent of all shootings, 70 percent of all robberies, and 66 percent of all violent crime" in New York City, even though they consist of 23 percent of the city's population.

"The black violent crime rate would actually predict that more than 26 percent of police victims would be black," MacDonald said. "Officer use of force will occur where the police interact most often with violent criminals, armed suspects, and those resisting arrest, and that is in black neighborhoods."

2. More whites and Hispanics die from police homicides than blacks. According to Mac Donald, 12 percent of white and Hispanic homicide deaths were due to police officers, while only four percent of black homicide deaths were the result of police officers.

"If we?re going to have a 'Lives Matter' anti-police movement, it would be more appropriately named "White and Hispanic Lives Matter,'" said Mac Donald in her Hillsdale speech.

3. The Post's data does show that unarmed black men are more likely to die by the gun of a cop than an unarmed white man...but this does not tell the whole story. In August 2015, the ratio was seven-to-one of unarmed black men dying from police gunshots compared to unarmed white men; the ratio was six-to-one by the end of 2015. But Mac Donald points out in The Marshall Project that looking at the details of the actual incidents that occurred paints a different picture:

    The ?unarmed? label is literally accurate, but it frequently fails to convey highly-charged policing situations. In a number of cases, if the victim ended up being unarmed, it was certainly not for lack of trying. At least five black victims had reportedly tried to grab the officer?s gun, or had been beating the cop with his own equipment. Some were shot from an accidental discharge triggered by their own assault on the officer. And two individuals included in the Post?s ?unarmed black victims? category were struck by stray bullets aimed at someone else in justified cop shootings. If the victims were not the intended targets, then racism could have played no role in their deaths.

    In one of those unintended cases, an undercover cop from the New York Police Department was conducting a gun sting in Mount Vernon, just north of New York City. One of the gun traffickers jumped into the cop?s car, stuck a pistol to his head, grabbed $2,400 and fled. The officer gave chase and opened fire after the thief again pointed his gun at him. Two of the officer?s bullets accidentally hit a 61-year-old bystander, killing him. That older man happened to be black, but his race had nothing to do with his tragic death. In the other collateral damage case, Virginia Beach, Virginia, officers approached a car parked at a convenience store that had a homicide suspect in the passenger seat. The suspect opened fire, sending a bullet through an officer?s shirt. The cops returned fire, killing their assailant as well as a woman in the driver?s seat. That woman entered the Post?s database without qualification as an ?unarmed black victim? of police fire.

Mac Donald examines a number of other instances, including unarmed black men in San Diego, CA and Prince George's County, MD attempting to reach for a gun in a police officer's holster. In the San Diego case, the unarmed black man actually "jumped the officer" and assaulted him, and the cop shot the man since he was "fearing for his life." MacDonald also notes that there was an instance in 2015 where "three officers were killed with their own guns, which the suspects had wrestled from them."

4. Black and Hispanic police officers are more likely to fire a gun at blacks than white officers. This is according to a Department of Justice report in 2015 about the Philadelphia Police Department, and is further confirmed that by a study conducted University of Pennsylvania criminologist Greg Ridgeway in 2015 that determined black cops were 3.3 times more likely to fire a gun than other cops at a crime scene.

5. Blacks are more likely to kill cops than be killed by cops. This is according to FBI data, which also found that 40 percent of cop killers are black. According to Mac Donald, the police officer is 18.5 times more likely to be killed by a black than a cop killing an unarmed black person

Despite the facts, the anti-police rhetoric of Black Lives Matter and their leftist sympathizers have resulted in what Mac Donald calls the "Ferguson Effect," as murders have spiked by 17 percent among the 50 biggest cities in the U.S. as a result of cops being more reluctant to police neighborhoods out of fear of being labeled as racists. Additionally, there have been over twice as many cops victimized by fatal shootings in the first three months of 2016.

Anti-police rhetoric has deadly consequences.

Canning & Food Storage / Pickled whole peppers
« on: August 21, 2016, 08:43:08 PM »
About the only thing still producing in this god awful heat are my peppers.

Harvested a ton of jalape?o and habaneros

Wash jars , bake in oven at 250 for 15 minutes to sterilize. Place lids in shallow pan of water and simmer. Add water to canning pot and get it boiling. Make sure you have canning rack and do not set jars directly on bottoms of pan.

Wash peppers, stab with small paring knife 3-4 times to allow brine to penetrate.

Add to bottom of jar:  1 tsp pickling salt (table salt has iodine and will darken contents), 1 tsp coriander seed, 1 tsp black peppercorns, 2 bay leaves , 2 whole cloves of garlic.

In a separate pan bring vinegar mixture to near boil - do not boil. 50/50 mix of vinegar and water. (I use a blend of cider and white vinegar)

Pack peppers in jars, I used quart wide mouth. Most recipes are for pints so the water bath time is shorter for pints.

Pour hot liquid over peppers leaving 1/2 inch headspace. I filled each and pressed peppers down and added more to get as much in as possible since peppers will soak brine.

Wipe jar rims, add lid from simmering water and place ring on just finger snug.

Using a lifter place jars in water bath with 2 inches covering lids.  When water returns to boil start your timer. 25 minutes. Remove and place on towel in counter.  Lids should pop when cooling. Press on them after a few hours to make sure they sealed. They should be concave and no give to them when pressed. Write the date on the lid and store.

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