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  • 12 Most Incredible Things Found Frozen in Ice


    Ice is nature's great preservative. When we buy groceries, we put them in the freezer because we know they'll last longer when they've been frozen over. We've found shipwrecks, fossils, and animal remains preserved in ice for thousands of years, almost perfectly protected from the passing of time. With cryogenic freezing, it's possible that human beings will one day be able to sit out eternity! That's for the future, though - right now, we have this fantastic video of incredible things that have been found in ice.

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  • Alabama Hog Hunting Gone Wrong *Stitches*


    ???? Catching & COOKING Florida’s MOST Dangerous Killer!»

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    1. BEANO’S BEST BBQ: Jalapeno & Cream Cheese Stuffed Wild Hog + Deer Meat Baked Beans + Gizzards and Rice
    ADDRESS: Samsung, Alabama, USA
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    ????JALAPENO & CREAM CHEESE STUFFED WILD HOG: Skin, debone and clean the hog. Cut the hog into sections and then into smaller pieces, using the butterfly technique. Stuff each piece with cream cheese and jalapenos (to taste). Wrap the meat in bacon. Place on the grill and drizzle olive oil and garlic salt on top. Allow it to cook. Top with worcestershire and steak sauce and serve.

    ????DEER MEAT BAKED BEANS: Ground up deer meat, adding salt and pepper to the mixture. Add meat mixture to baked beans. Mix in Beano’s secret BBQ sauce and Worcestershire. Add brown sugar and mix well. Add strips of bacon on top then bake for 20-30 minutes until finished.

    ????GIZZARDS AND RICE: In a big pot add Uncle Ben’s Rice and water. Add butter and mix into the pot. Make a broth by adding parts of ham hock in it. Allow that to come to a boil and cook until rice is finished.

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    Hey, I’m Sonny! I’m from the US but currently call Vietnam home. I’ve been living in Asia for 10 years and started making food and travel videos to document my experiences. People either enjoyed my undeniable charm or enjoyed watching me eat things like coconut worms, and thus Best Ever Food Review Show came to be.

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