GrouchoMarx

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About GrouchoMarx

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    Ottawa Canada
  • Interests
    Cigars, fine food, good scotch, fine wine...

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  1. Free beer always tastes best. Trust me.
  2. Only the ones they export. If you buy them there, freeze them.
  3. sporting rivalries

    Toronto / Montreal hockey rivalry is likely one of the oldes in pro sports (even though both teams suck)
  4. Your Cigar of November

    I had a '15 Sig5 tubo that was nothing short of perfection. Pulled it out of the humi on a whim.
  5. Toy of the week

    At $7500 (pre order) - it should pedal itself !!!
  6. Christmas Party

    The worst part about christmas parties is the job hunting the next day.
  7. Are you sure you're not in Oz? Everything is upside down.
  8. Chile when it's chilly

    Man, you must have zero taste buds left! I just cannot do habaneros.... i like them, they don't like me!
  9. Chile when it's chilly

    I've heard the carolina reaper is best used to dissolve unwanted asphalt.... but I'm no expert.
  10. Thanks - is there someplace this is regularly posted on FOH? I understand they change frequently.
  11. How are you finding out which code is for which factory?
  12. Chile when it's chilly

    Here's my recipe for my "triple burn" (once going in, once going down, once going out) chile: Ingredients: Top sirloin - about 1" roughly cubed, about 2 pounds 1 very large sweet onion 4 jalepenos chopped 1 can chipolte (smoked jalepennos) - chopped 10-12 dried chilis - crumbled 2 cans black beans, drained 1/4 cup chili powder 1 tablespoon cayenne pepper 1 jar crushed / strained tomatoes (or more, depends on how thick you like your chili) 1 teaspoon dry oregano oiive oil salt and pepper to taste Instructions: saute the onions in the oil, add the beef and brown add the strained tomatoes, then all other ingredients except the beans simmer covered on low heat for up to 2 hours - or until the meat is tender - stir occasionally. add beans and continue for a few minutes (heating up the beans) Serve with some grated cheddar, sour cream and nacho chips - and beer
  13. We get punch here - no problemo.

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