More Milwaukee Memories Page 8 I was born in Milwaukee in 1961...., and grew up in St. Francis. In 1983 I moved to New York City. Since then, my work has allowed me to travel all over the US and Europe; and while I love the Big Apple, Chicago, Philadelphia, Rome, Paris, Zurich, Milan, Copenhagen, etc., Milwaukee will always be home.
Cracking nuts in the shell is fun and the crack-a-mac is easy to use, affordable and compact. It is mess free keeping the cracked shell within the cracker and if you use the 'secret white dot tip' nuts should come out easily compared to smashed if you currently use a hammer.
How to Make Charcoal Briquettes. Charcoal is a kind of dark brown or black solid fuel made from incompletely combusted timber (usually hardwood which includes oak, maple, teak, walnut, elm, aspen, mahogany, birch, and so on), wood raw materials or palm fronds, coconut shell, while charcoal powder or charcoal dust is mainly made from crop straws or forestry residues.
A VERY FINE+/"MUSEUM GRADE" PAIR OF EARLY 18TH CENTURY/FRENCH & INDIAN WAR PERIOD ENGLISH SILVER MOUNTED FLINTLOCK HOLSTER PISTOLS, by "P. CARTER", ca. 1720: In overall very fine+/near excellent original flintlock condition with smooth and even steel-gray surfaces, very fine quality full Sterling Silver mounts and finely relief and incised carved figured burl-walnut fullstocks.