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    Re: Camping chair advice asking

    The other question you need to ask yourself is what is the function of the chair?

    Is this your only camp chair?

    Then it will need to be fairly upright to be able to eat at, whether pulled into...
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    Re: Ideas for travel on SWAMBO's 50th

    Adam,

    for my wife's 50th I did the Okavango Delta. I prepared a long printed invite with an itinerary, maps, clothes to wear, baggage size (limited due to the smaller plane's), description and...
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    Re: Ideas for travel on SWAMBO's 50th

    If you do do that then I would recommend a boat from the Binga side, less commercial. If you want to get exotic approach from the Caprivi, I have not done this route.

    We stayed at Ivory Lodge once...
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    Re: Ideas for travel on SWAMBO's 50th

    Fly into San Francisco, motor down to Yosemite Nat. Park, then through Sequoia Nat. Park back to SF. Catch a plane to Flagstaff motor to the Grand Canyon and take in Sedona (red rocks) at the same...
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    Re: Ideas for travel on SWAMBO's 50th

    Houseboat on Kariba for a week. The rest of the time getting there and back the interesting way.
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    Re: Prego Sauce Recipe

    So the problem with many hot sauces are that they simply have way too much stuff in them and the essence of the chilli and meat are lost.

    So if you want to make your own sauce, here is my recipe;...
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    Re: Tando stabilizer

    I used to tow a Penta with a Tando as I used tow faster than I should.

    My experience then with the Tando was that as is a welded fabrication, that meant that the faces of the bearing surfaces were...
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    Re: Clamp Meter for DC amp readings

    So if I wanted to monitor my secondary battery current draw on an ad hock basis. Could I not, in a permanent installation, wind a ferrite core with enameled copper wire, with the correct ratio of...
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    Re: How many amps from national luna box

    So with two batteries in parallel the charging current halves and the charging time doubles. Perhaps your expectations are not in line with that?

    I have the same box with one 105Ah and no problems...
  10. Re: Food and mouth decease outbreak in the Caprivi

    It's a problem here too, too much "food and mouth disease" also leads to obesity ;D. I should know.
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    Re: Give us your boerewors recipe...

    There are numerous recipes, start with the more traditional ones.

    Some tips.

    1. Start with a 13mm plate (13mm holes) for the first mince, if you have a 19mm plate then start with that and...
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    Re: Meat Grinder - Vleismeule

    Why do you want the #32. That is intended for commercial butchery's.

    I have the #22 Trespade and am very happy with it. After a hunting trip I can do anything up to 60kg batches and it works a...
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    Re: Accommodation.

    Ben Lavin.
  14. Re: The must have meats on a Braai or it isnt a Braai, Braai Thread

    Skaap Ribbetjie and my life is complete.
  15. Re: Fridge Tip - Snomaster "losing" performance

    Fridge probably 6 or 7 years? Last cleaned December 2017. On full time at home in non dust environment.

    It is in a cover, I am going to remove the mesh on the protective cover that is positioned...
  16. Re: Fridge Tip - Snomaster "losing" performance

    OK here goes.

    72l in SS with a 32/40 split.

    Here is the panel as picture from the outside.
    535412

    Here is the inside of the above panel already showing signs of dust build up despite the...
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    Re: Weber Q gas braai

    I want to cut a steel plate as an alternate to the supplied grid. Has anyone made a template drawing in .cad or .dxf format for the Q220? If so whats the chances of me getting the file?
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    Re: Brewing pot/kettle needed

    Would a SS 44 gallon Drum work. These are food grade and are available second hand. I saw them when designing my smoker but then followed a different route. They come open topped with a lid and...
  19. Re: Livers on Pap - Recipe required please

    Thanks boys, some awesome recipes.

    If you are reading this, then you probably like chicken livers! This recipe, however, may convert the "others", namely husbands, boyfriends, wives or girlfriends...
  20. Re: Livers on Pap - Recipe required please

    Winner winner, chicken dinner.
  21. Thread: Chip?

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    Re: Chip?

    Great spot.
  22. Livers on Pap - Recipe required please

    I have my own recipes as stand alones but am looking for something more suitable to marry with softer pap as a hunting brunch.
  23. Re: Fridge Tip - Snomaster "losing" performance

    I'll do it on the hunt.
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    I noticed that my fridge in really warm climates seemed to have lost performance, circa 4 degrees C. I feared a refridgerant leak. I removed the loose cover and did some checking, then removed the...
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    Re: Ellispark parking

    Go to the nearest shopping center with secure parking, leave your car there and uber from there, you will not be sorry. Used to park at Bruma or Eastgate. Convenience has its price, no way I would...
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    Re: Braai-ing chicken

    How are those callouses on your knuckles? ;D
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    Re: Braai-ing chicken

    So boneless chicken breasts. Place between cling wrap and beat to consistent thickness with full Red Wine bottle, chicken to end circa 18mm thick. Retain wine bottle for later consumption.

    Rub...
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    Re: Braai-ing chicken

    Had a distributor who's best mate owned a Nando's franchise. My mates party trick was, when he had a group of people over, to buy the pre-cooked chicken and the basting sauce. He would cook away and...
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    Re: Braai-ing chicken

    So if my sources are correct, both Nando's and KFC precook their chicken in a pressure cooker, one then grills while basting for the flavour (Nando's is only skin deep) while the other crumbs and...
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    Re: Braai-ing chicken

    Learn something new every day :).




    Weber with lid off is grilling, lid on is surely BBQ'ing as you get reflected heat and the oven effect?
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    Re: Braai-ing chicken

    My table won't post.
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    Re: Braai-ing chicken

    I do it Portuguese style and do NOT braai any pre-bought marinaded flatties from anywhere, the starch in the marinade makes it burn too quickly. Make your own.

    Cut down the spine on either side....
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    Re: Braai-ing chicken

    Yip, no different from an argument with your wife. When you think it's done it still has another 15 minutes to go.
  34. Re: Chernobyl - a wildlife haven. Would you go?

    Or watch this. A scientist who has designed nuclear reactors and has worked with nuclear materials, extensively. He speaks of the nuclear scare scam, makes for very interesting watching.
    ...
  35. Re: School me on portable Gas Geysers please

    Where's the flue?

    Can you gravity feed the pump?

    Wheres the outlet?

    Looks good. What are the closed box outside dimensions?
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