...okay, just a short recipe. Since it's Friday my Sweetie and I whipped up a 4-minute dinner...well, 4 minute cooking time. Yellowfin tuna, rubbed on one side with a spice mix of 1 1/2 New Mexico red dried chili and 2 teaspoons of black peppercorns ground together (a Bobby Flay trick), then sautéed in 1/4 cup of olive oil in a cast iron skillet (high heat, 1 minute on the rubbed side; lower heat to medium and flip the tuna, 3 minutes); veggie = bok choy stir-fried with large chunks of onion, with toasted sesame oil added at the last minute; homemade French bread toasted with garlic (okay...you gotta make the bread the day before). A selection of beer from Oscar Blues microbrewery.
I've got a couple of cool gun bags I want to talk about on the podcast next week. One is the totally cool Trojan Horse long gun case from Comp-Tac, which is just about perfect for carting one of the dread "assault rifles" around without everyone screaming, running, hiding, pulling out their hair. sacrificing their children on the alter of Marduk and falling stricken to the ground.
DoubleStar C3 and as many freakin' 30-round magazines as I can carry! I'm also trying out Blue Force Gear's Hive satchel:
Of course, I look nowhere as cool as Chris Costa, but hey, who does? Well, maybe Joelle Carter, who plays Ava on JUSTIFIED:
She could carry just about any bag she wanted and look like, well, Ava. But I digress. I'm going to try it on the snowy trail this weekend with Alf the Wonder Beagle. The Taurus Judge ought to fit just about perfect, and I'll add weight to the pack to push me a little. I just got my Ruger LC9 from Galloway Precision...man, this is a SLICK trigger! I can't wait to shoot it! I also got one of the new Blade-Tech appendix holsters for the little gun. I think I'm going to send my SR9c to Galloway.
I'm hoping my TAVOR SAR is in the mail, so to speak...that bullpup would work perfect in the Comp-Tac sports bag. Maybe I'll order another dozen E-LANDER standard capacity magazines for it in happy, joyous anticipation.
Long, snowy weekend ahead...hoping I can get to the range next week and maybe get some rounds through the new FNH TSR at 200 yards. If you insist, I'll give you the recipe for my catfish wirth Cajun mustard in a clay pot. Or not.