I recently viewed a new Cicada 3301 video on Youtube and I was able to find an imbedded image in the video – anyone care to check it out?
Reposted with permission from someone in the Beaches area (this is not an isolated incident and has been ongoing for 3 yrs. with this gas station, with water seeping into the tanks and gas potentially leaching out into the ground).
“WARNING to my fellow beachers, I filled up my gas tank at the Neon Gas station on queen and Leslie this morning with Premium Fuel and drove 2 blocks and my car completely ceased on the middle of Eastern Aveneue. After taking the car to my dealership they found the fuel contained 50% water and 50% fuel. The total cost of damage $1,500. I called the gas station and of course they gave me another number to call and they did not pick up the phone.
DO NOT FILL UP AT NEON GAS ON QUEEN AND LESLIE”
The original Volcano Bowl was featured at Don the Beachcomber’s — we added a little VooDoo with some Deadhead Rum and a Zombie formulation for an easy pour.
To a large shaker, add:
3 ounces Deadhead rum
3 ounces gold rum
3 ounces silver rum
3 ounces pineapple juice
3 ounces grapefruit juice
3 ounces freshly-squeezed lime juice
1 ounce maple syrup
3 dashes orange bitters
3 dashes allspice dram
A hearty scoop of crushed ice
Shake vigorously and pour unstrained into a volcano bowl filled with ice cubes. Garnish as desired; we enjoy a few pineapple slices and maraschino cherries. Add 151 proof rum to the volcano reservoir and light carefully.
Serves two to four — time to get out the loooooong straws!
Always drink responsibly; always drink well.
When the Cocktail Vultures decide to throw a deck party, we have to ramp up those batches of booze. How do you craft a delicious Mint Julep and keep all those thirsty guests at bay?
Forget that muddler for now and put away the granulated sugar. Instead, whip up a batch of our Brown Sugar Syrup (two parts dark brown sugar to one part water http://cocktailvultures.com/2013/04/24/mint-julep-meets-brown-sugar-syrup/)
and get out your biggest shaker. Better yet a 2 quart Mason Jar.
Prep five glasses or Julep cups by packing them with crushed ice but leaving a space to insert a straw and some mint leaves as garnish.
To that great big shaker, add:
A healthy handful of fresh mint leaves (Chocolate mint is our favorite variety)
10 ounces bourbon (we like the over-proof Fighting Cock http://www.heavenhill.com/brand/18 for juleps
2-3 ounces Brown Sugar Syrup
2 ounces cold water
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Another write up about us Burger Broads! http://onthedanforth.ca/2012/12/20/burgers-broads-and-a-ball/