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Thanks to Steve & Cajun Fry Co. You can order from them here: www.cajunfry.com

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This Scared the Holy Crap out of me! Link to Ball Lightning:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ball_lightning

Link to Orbs:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orb_%28paranormal%29

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Link to my old style BBQ pit slideshow: https://youtu.be/21DzQNpIq4I

Another link to a great page of everything BBQ including build your own pit plans: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/391461392581068448/

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Warning eat before watching!!! All these recipes have been uploaded many times on my channel in the past

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BBQ Science 101 learn how to make succulent smoky BBQ at home. The art of BBQ takes some folks years to perfect, also watch my other tips & smoking trick videos for your crash course:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL290AFC9B08960DDE

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The Haunted Bayou kitchen presents....Ghost sightings in my house with contact from the spirits beyond, with live spiritual events Caught on camera

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Everything Rocks, I couldn't eat my whole Seafood spud. It was huge! http://williesbr.com/main/#home

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I say... Chicken skin bacon, That is... Using Heey Boy Rub

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Party time in Louisiana

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Here's some more info:
Supermarkets are designed like casinos: clock-less and nearly windowless expanses flooded with artificial light and Muzak, places where time stands still. Casinos force guests to navigate a maze of alluring gambling opportunities before they reach essential destinations: restaurants, bathrooms, exit doors. Same goes for the supermarket: The most essential staple foods— produce, bread, milk, and eggs—are placed in the back and along the perimeter of the supermarket to ensure that customers travel the length of the store—and thus are exposed to multiple junk-food temptations along the way.

The produce section accounts for only 10 percent of a supermarket’s sales, whereas the nutrient-depleted middle aisles make up 26 percent of sales. The most successful (i.e., healthiest) shoppers invert that ratio, spending the lion’s share of their dollars in the produce and refrigerator sections and a small percentage in the murky middle aisles.

Why some packaged foods bad for you but taste ok? Its because they removed the more costly (better tasting) natural ingredients & replaced them with Junk (this save them money). So make it yourself from scratch. Salt helps fool folks into believing it taste good. To be truthful you could trow away your salt shaker & add health herbs, spices & fresh squeezed fruit juice, you would never miss the salt.

Store baked breads don't have the preservatives of name brand sliced breads but don't have a long shelf life, homemade bread also has short shelf life. BTW, Bread freezes well.

Sale's on crackers? Check the box weight. They have Hidden use by dates & sell by dates in codes on some items.

IF YOU’RE NOT EATING IT TOMORROW, BUY IT FROZEN This is especially true of fruits, vegetables, and juices. One study found that green beans and spinach lose as much as 75 percent of their vitamin C after being stored in the fridge for a week. At Arizona State University, an analysis found that ready-to-drink orange juice has significantly lower amounts of vitamin C than frozen juice—and that it loses almost all of its vitamin C within 4 weeks of opening the package
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