ABC’s Of Boxing Not That Simple

Posted by Dan Mitchinson on February 22, 2014
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I didn’t have a good day at the gym today.

Like anything that’s new, you start at the very beginning, and go from there. ABC, 123.

But boxing requires you to mix it up. It’s not a ‘by the numbers sport.’ Which means I need to know how to do BCA, 321 or 1BC 23A. Because once you get into the ring, …

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7 UP BISCUITS

Posted by Mr BBQ on February 22, 2014

Thanks to my bbq buddy Rick Burden for posting this recipe. Super easy, with just a few ingredients. It also proves my point that, “If you can cook it on the stove, or bake it in an oven, you can also do it on your barbecue!” These would be great starters for pulled pork or brisket sliders, or to help you …

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Gay Couples React to AG’s Decision

Posted by Mike Turner on February 20, 2014
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Two gay couples who are Represented by the American Civil Liberties Union in their lawsuit against the state ban on gay marriage are overjoyed by the Attorney General’s decision not to defend it.

They told a Press conference at ACLU offices that marriage means much more than just the legal definition.

Both couples hope the judge rules against the ban but are …

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What Runners Need To Know

Posted by Mike Turner on February 19, 2014
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An assault occurs at least once every two minutes!

Whether you’re a runner, avid athlete or just enjoy a walk in the park, Two-Time United States Olympic Distance Runner and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Black Belt Todd Williams has tips on how to escape those attacks.

RUNNERSAFE is in Portland this week.


RASPBERRY MUSTARD WINGS

Posted by Mr BBQ on February 15, 2014

This recipe combines two great flavors, the tangyness of mustard and the sweet, earthy flavor of raspberries. Try this on pork or other chicken parts as well. Great as an appetizer or entree.

Ingredients: 9oz. red raspberry jelly, up to 1/2 cup yellow mustard, 2 Tbl. Chipotle Rub, 1 tsp. Frank’s Hot Sauce.

Preparation: Place jelly in saucepan. Over low heat, melt the …

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