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Guy Stuff – Grilled Whole Red Snapper & Salmon Fillets

by Bryan Glynn, May 9, 2013

Guy Stuff – Grilled Whole Red Snapper & Salmon Fillets One again a delicious cross-over from HLO, I present an easy, inexpensive way to make an impressive fish meal. I did two in one here, whole red snapper and salmon fillets, you could apply this to anything similar. You can … Continue reading

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Falto Legado Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, August 16, 2011

  Falto Legado Cigar Review This 5.5×47 cigar features a dry, firm medium brown wrapper with a slight red hue, small veins, an even crisp feel, double cap and an airy hay aroma. First light reveals a very loose draw with good smoke output. Medium body flavors of a smooth … Continue reading

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El Mejor Espresso Churchill Cigar Review

by Bryan Glynn, June 11, 2010

El Mejor Espresso Churchill This 7×50 box pressed maduro stick offers an almost black wrapper with a tight press and seams, minimal veins, a firm but slightly spongy feel, very oily and smooth wrapper with a rich chocolate and tobacco aroma. First light reveals a firm draw, earthy, peppery flavors … Continue reading

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