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#21 rmgill

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Posted 13 July 2017 - 1806 PM

LaRue's Dillo Dust is pretty good on steak too. A new york strip steak, dusted with that, boil some water for steaming some green vegetables and it's decent for both filling and a bit of greens for balanced diet. 

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When the wife moved in she cleared out the spice cabinet and tossed a container of it away thinking it was too old (some of the spices were). After I ordered a new Larue mount it came in the box with the other swag... she tried it on a lark on steaks one night. She liked it, a LOT. She then lamented throwing the bottle I had in the cabinet away and tried to order more (they don't sell it separately, and it's only given away as swag with orders. Thus I now have some level of clearance to buy more Larue stuff for guns because their dillo dust is so good. 

 


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#22 Ivanhoe

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Posted 16 July 2017 - 1947 PM

Tell your wife you'd like to buy me some Larue stuff.


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#23 rmgill

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Posted 16 July 2017 - 2330 PM

hah....as if. :P


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#24 shep854

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Posted 18 July 2017 - 1712 PM

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