BillHoo

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  1. Have you made this before yourself?
  2. I miss Wonder Bread... from before the company closed down and then later gott bought up by ... a Mexican bakery conglomerate.... it was never the same after that. The texture of the crumb is not what I remember. Now my quick weekday lunches are made with Sunbeam bread. which I used to hate.
  3. Ha! When I lived in Georgia, I lamented on how everything down there was white bread dough made to look like a different bread... Baguette - Long skinny white bread Itallian bread - long fat white bread with seeds on top Bagel - white bread shaped like donut Pizza - flat white bread with sauce and cheese on top
  4. So is the egg meant as a teaser to attract a fish's attention through the murky water?
  5. I like the rye bread they serve at Harold's NY Deli in Edison NJ. The mile high pastrami sandwich serve three people. They have an all you can eat pickle bar that includes piles of fresh rye bread. You can order a loaf to go.
  6. Where to get the rye in Trenton?
  7. Yup! The vinegar works and about an hour of time to let it seep in, then just carefully work it. It's come out. I regularly replace Moen cartridges and have the puller tool. Don't know if the Moen puller would help your sink.
  8. What is a casting egg? And how is it used? I initially thought you meant large egg sinkers.
  9. Know what you mean! I had a 2 hour commute into the city on the NE Corridor and maybe 2.5 to 3 hours to get home. Did that for 10 years! (2 hours - 15 min to train station, 15 min waiting on the track, 55 minutes on train, 10 minutes to walk to bus stop, 20 minutes for bus to drop me off in front of the office).
  10. What is is Food Fling?
  11. But they are pricey! Two hotdogs (one with Chili and one with Kraut) and a drink set me back about $14. I think they had a char broiled ribeye for about that much. (Considering that on my next trip). Or the Mahi steak.
  12. Finding a good eating spot is the best way to rescue an unsuccessful fishing trip. Good food, yapping with friends. Going over how your buddy almost fell off the pier, etc.
  13. I broke the tip off my small, telescopic crappy rod this past spring and only now had the time to repair it. I ordered the Fuji BMFRK4C Micro Rod Repair Kit with (3) Tips and Hot Melt Glue, Black Finish: https://www.amazon.com/Fuji-BMFRK4C-Micro-Repair-Finish/dp/B00AU5VRV6/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1548698133&sr=8-3&keywords=rod+tip+repair+kit What I got in the mail were three really tiny rod tips! 1/3 the size of the tip on my micro rod. And the glue was the clear glue gun type, except the stick was thicker. Still, it melted with a cigarette lighter at the same rate as everyday hot glue gun stick. I still had the original rod top and the three inches of rod that broke off. I held it with a pair of pliers while I heated the tip. Within seconds I smelled burned epoxy glue and the tip slid off. The remaining piece of broke rod looks like it warped a little, but was still somewhat flexible and solid. I tossed that. Now, to the broken end of the main rod. I heated the glue stick and smeared a bit of the glue stick on it, making threads. Which I rolled up and jammed into the rod tip. Heated the main rod to soften up the already applied glue and then heated up the old rod tip with glue threads in it. and joined them together. It seems to be on there solid. But considering, I doubt the FUJI glue stick is a Hi temp glue. I will be careful if I leave the pole in a hot car.
  14. Anyone with some recommendations and what to order? Whenever I go to the shore, I'm nostalgic for a slice of pizza on the boardwalk, or a hotdog at the Windmill. There used to be a great seafood place in Asbury Park called Net Lanes. It was like a diner. But I think it closed down years ago.