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In New Orleans, Dave Lieberman meets Chef Kerry Seaton at Willie Mae's Scotch House for some shrimp stew - in this episode of Hellmann's In Search of Real Food.
15 Aug 2007
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Optimus Brime sips on some scotch at Sketchubator NYC. (Written by Dan Rosen, Performed by Oren Brimer, Alex Dunbar, Jason Kalter and Dan Rosen)
4 Dec 2007
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How to defend yourself using scotch tape!
13 Aug 2008
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John Lee Hooker - One Bourbon One Scotch One Beer
29 Jul 2009
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*******www.ulster-scots****** County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Ulster-Scots / Scotch-Irish history and culture. Distributed by Tubemogul.
10 Oct 2009
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*******www.ulster-scots****** County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Ulster-Scots / Scotch-Irish history and culture. Distributed by Tubemogul.
10 Oct 2009
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*******www.ulster-scots****** County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Ulster-Scots / Scotch-Irish history and culture. Distributed by Tubemogul.
10 Oct 2009
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We're creating a whisky cocktail, the scotch manhattan, also known as the rob roy. We're using Black Label Johnnie Walker to build it out.
31 Mar 2010
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*******www.etrailer****/tv-helpful_hints_scotch_lock_564.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Basically how these operate is that one wire will go inside one channel here, while the other goes through the other channel. What happens is that this little piece of metal here actually pierces both wires and makes a connection that way. Thats basically how it works and you can see the grooves inside where the wires fit. Now well show you the proper way of using these. Lets say that this is the wire you want to tap off of, what you can do is simply snap this over the wire. You can use either groove, it doesnt matter wherever you prefer in the working conditions youre in. Then slide in the wire you want to extend off off it in the next groove. I like to leave a little bit on the side to have something to grip on. Next you take your pliers and give it a gentle squeeze in the middle with slow even pressure. Then you put the lid over it like so and that seals the joint. Its not weather tight by any means, but you can use either electric tape or liquid electric tape to accomplish that. Scotch locks do take up a little bit of room but you dont have to strip the wires or sod or anything like that. So for a little more convenience you sacrifice space. Another note is you cant connect these together by the lid alone. You have to have the pair of pliers to do that. There you have for part # 564.
2 Nov 2010
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"During the war the Scotch-Irish were incomparably the most effective element in Washington's army. They were exceedingly influential in the Continental Congress, and in the various colonial assemblies. So far as appears there was not a Tory among them. In the darkest hours, times that tried men's souls, when multitudes were ready to... give up, they stood stalwart and resolute. Their ministers preached and prayed, and in not a few instances, organized companies and regiments and led them to battle. The battle of King's Mountain for instance, which drove Cornwallis and the British forces from the entire southern country, was fought almost exclusively by these Scotch-Irish, nearly every regiment being commanded by a Presbyterian elder." Please join us on Facebook: *******www.facebook****/pages/Scotch-Irish/102482216496472?v=wall **"Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use."**
4 Feb 2011
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Scotch can be a tough cookie when it comes to incorporating it into cocktails. More and more though, bartenders and mixologists are creating cocktails that go way beyond classics like the Rob Roy. In this episode of The Proper Pour, Charlotte Voisey shows you how to make the aforementioned classic as well as a modern Scotch cocktail, the Balvenie Smash.
8 Oct 2011
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*******BourbonBlog**** reports that Ron Burgundy has his own Scotch called Great Obins Raven. "I love Scotch. Scotchy Scotch Scotch. Here it goes down. Down into my belly" says Will Ferrell. For more on the Scotch visit *******www.bourbonblog****/blog/2013/12/14/ron-burgundy-scotch-whisky-great-obins-raven/ Disclaimer: This scene is from Anchorman owned by Paramount Picture.
14 Dec 2013
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