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When disaster strikes you may have only a few minutes to get to safety. Those few minutes are critical to get your family and yourself to safety. In the wake of a disaster it can be hours, days, or even weeks before you can return back to your normal way of life.
Out here in the Mountain West it is not very often you find a true bar-b-que restaurant. For most, this isnât a big loss but for anyone whoâs been in the south east and had real bar-b-que, there isnât anything like driving to a mom and pop dive with homemade sauce and meat thatâs been smoked for 8 to 12 hours.
It is to that end we provide you, the bar-b-que connoisseur with this recipe. And for you that havenât experienced true southern bar-b-que, just know that this recipe will be something your family and friends will be asking you to make over and over again.
When disaster strikes you may have only a few minutes to get to safety. Those few minutes are critical to get your family and yourself to safety. In the wake of a disaster it can be hours, days, or even weeks before you can return back to your normal way of life. A good 72-hour kit has many essential items. One of those items needs to be a way to boil water and prepared food among others.
In 1947 Bob Schlecht Sr. âhitchedâ his way from Minot, ND to Longview, WA, by way of railcar roof-tops. He and his wife Lila, opened the original war surplus store in a small tent. Selling items such as Army Cots for $2.50, Canteens for 25 cents, and Wool Socks for 50 cents. The local women kept him supplied with used grocery bags.
The Sherpa - Really, I enjoy a cold plain cheese sandwich, cold pork and beans with an Oreo cookie chaser, when Iâm out hunting (that was hunting lunch during my childhood).
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