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Brisket Rubs

Some brisket rubs I’ve collected: Coffee and Spice Here’s what you’ll need… 2 Tbs. paprika 2 Tbs. garlic powder 2 Tbs. onion powder 2 Tbs. black pepper 2 Tbs. brown sugar 2 Tbs. ground coffee (not used coffee grounds) 2 Tbs. kosher salt 1 Tbs. mustard powder 1 Tbs. white pepper 1 Tbs. chili powder […]

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BBQ Toolbox

In an effort to better organize my BBQ efforts, I have established my BBQ Toolbox.  I use it to hold in one convenient place all my non-perishables and grilling tools.  I scored a bunch of spices at Costco for a fraction of what they cost at Kroger or other stores.  You can also get some […]

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Ugly Drum Smoker Project

Ok, I admit.  I have a BBQ Fetish.  It started out as a project.  I wanted to see if I could cook a brisket.  That first brisket was terrible.  My dog didn’t even approve of it.  So, not to be discouraged, I set out on a quest to find the perfect smoker to cook things […]

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Static image at top of iPhone App

Just went through hell trying to add a static image (banner of sorts) to an iPhone application above the UINavigationBar.  The project is using Three20 and this made it even more difficult. My solution was to actually create a second window, and add that window reference to TTNavigator: CGRect rect = [[UIScreen mainScreen] applicationFrame]; self.window […]

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iPhone Game: Patchwords

I am almost finished with my first iPhone game, called Patchwords.  You can see the online version here. The game is a word puzzle where you have a set of tiles with two letters each.  You have to arrange the tiles on the game board in such a way that words are formed both horizontally […]

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WordPress Plugin and Themes for Adsense

I’ve written a very cool WordPress Plugin and repackaged a pre-existing pack of 30 themes that will make your life a lot easier if you’re trying to use Adsense on your blog. The themes are very clean two column with middle content designs. What makes my package special is the layout manager which allows you […]

Editors Note: I wrote this article originally for The Code Project. Since it is such a useful program, I am posting it here as well. Although the examples shown pertain to a VisualBasic.net application, it is also a good solution for PHP programmers. The software uses code templates to generate otherwise redundant code. For example, […]

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So you want to learn PHP…

While browsing the shelves at the local bookstore I made a mental note: There aren’t many PHP books. I picked up a few and took a look inside. They were ok, but, right off the bat, I felt like they were teaching the readers bad habits. I think that the most important time for a […]


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