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Member Introductions and Information / Re: Hello again from South Brazil
« Last post by gomidefilho on May 21, 2020, 02:55:37 PM »
Back in the day, I used to barbecue a lot, then got lazy and went through a grill stage.

And my son swiped my Budweiser glass like that.  I know I will never see it again

Thank's I have six of Budweiser Glass and Six of Stella Artois. ;)
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Member Introductions and Information / Re: Hello again from South Brazil
« Last post by gomidefilho on May 21, 2020, 02:53:15 PM »
I like your three light setup.
Those are very expensive lights here in Ontario (Canada).

Your houses and streets look like everywhere else...including here.
I find that a lot, whenever someone posts photos of their neighbourhood.
I guess we expect to see something radically different, but we never do.
Our lives are so much similar around the world than we realize.

I have the same Budweiser glass.

That much meat would cost me a weeks rent here, but it all looks very tasty.
However, I cannot eat salt, so...

This is a beautiful picture:




Hi Dave.

Life in the western world is very similar in my view, the only difference is the access to services and products that vary from country to country.

The food in Brazil is cheap mainly the meat here in my state because he is a producer, it is a tradition that comes from the 17th century when the south of Brazil started to be occupied by Portuguese and Spanish.

About the lamps, which is funny, in Brazil they are absurdly cheap, around 10 US dollars, I particularly work with very small subjects, I need good lighting.

Over the salt it is whipped to be removed from the meat when the roast is ready! ;)
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Member Introductions and Information / Re: Hello again from South Brazil
« Last post by gomidefilho on May 21, 2020, 02:35:35 PM »
Very nice. Thank you for all the pictures - I enjoyed them!

The houses and streets look just like South Africa!

But you BBQ's look miles better. You also have decent cuts of meat in Brazil!

We have BBQ built-in at the back area that we put up a few years ago. I'll share some photos - I don't BBQ much but my wife does - she likes doing it and is actually very good it at. So I'm happy!

Thank's Kevin is a fact in south Brazil, here a big tradition of better cuts all parts for cattle (exception of head are use). Wife make a barbecue??? is a very lucky my friend!
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Member Introductions and Information / Re: Hello again from South Brazil
« Last post by Vermin King on May 21, 2020, 11:01:28 AM »
Back in the day, I used to barbecue a lot, then got lazy and went through a grill stage.

And my son swiped my Budweiser glass like that.  I know I will never see it again
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Member Introductions and Information / Re: Hello again from South Brazil
« Last post by Dave Winfield on May 21, 2020, 08:51:53 AM »
I like your three light setup.
Those are very expensive lights here in Ontario (Canada).

Your houses and streets look like everywhere else...including here.
I find that a lot, whenever someone posts photos of their neighbourhood.
I guess we expect to see something radically different, but we never do.
Our lives are so much similar around the world than we realize.

I have the same Budweiser glass.

That much meat would cost me a weeks rent here, but it all looks very tasty.
However, I cannot eat salt, so...

This is a beautiful picture:

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Member Introductions and Information / Re: Hello again from South Brazil
« Last post by Kevin WS on May 21, 2020, 07:38:53 AM »
Very nice. Thank you for all the pictures - I enjoyed them!

The houses and streets look just like South Africa!

But you BBQ's look miles better. You also have decent cuts of meat in Brazil!

We have BBQ built-in at the back area that we put up a few years ago. I'll share some photos - I don't BBQ much but my wife does - she likes doing it and is actually very good it at. So I'm happy!
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Member Introductions and Information / Re: Hello again from South Brazil
« Last post by gomidefilho on May 20, 2020, 11:36:35 PM »
For Dave some records of Gaucho Barbecue

In my state, barbecue meat is roasted on metal skewers or on drum, brick or floor fire grills, it is seasoned with coarse salt except for cuts of pork and chicken, being common among cuts of pork. cattle the picanha, a meat close to the file mignon extremely tasty and soft, the emptiness of the rib, the rib itself cut in window or clapboard and the back of the rib that is called maminha.























The drum barbecue is a special event, but the others is in my brick grill. ;)
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Member Introductions and Information / Re: Hello again from South Brazil
« Last post by gomidefilho on May 20, 2020, 11:23:45 PM »
Well to know a little more about me I am married (in the third marriage) I have two daughters aged 16 and 19, I live in a quiet neighborhood of Porto Alegre, nestled in Morro Santana, a very old granite rock formation, I have three dogs two Shitsu and a Yorkshire. Some pictures of my house and my neighborhood.





















;)
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Member Introductions and Information / Re: Hello again from South Brazil
« Last post by gomidefilho on May 20, 2020, 11:20:34 PM »
All I heard was "I am a barbecue specialist"
LOL


Sounds like you build a lot.
I am finding that I build a little bit less each year.
I think its my trouble with repetition.
Some models are too similar.

or, maybe I am just get lazier.

Welcome back.

Thank's Dave, glad for welcome!
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Member Introductions and Information / Re: Hello again from South Brazil
« Last post by gomidefilho on May 20, 2020, 11:18:04 PM »
Wow, I learned more about you in this one post than I've learned after all these years

Welcome, sir

Thank's! Well the problem for old menbers in papermodelers.com, many information lost for years... ;)
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