OS1048: Something Seems Kinda Fishy…

Fishy, fishy, fishy. There was all kinds of fishy stuff happening for this episode, from tasty offshore choices to peculiar bait choices, to the biggest great white in the world and a drunk squirrel. Stop shaking your head and rolling your eyes. Just kick back and enjoy the ride!

Kevin’s a BIG fan of indoor/outdoor weather stations like this one. This wireless weather forecast station with remote sensor is awesome for any tabletop location (not for wall hanging). Now includes auto time / date setting using the WWVB Frequency, which can be displayed in 12/24-hour format. Can also be used as an alarm clock (snooze option).
The weather station includes an AC adapter (It has a battery backup system but the screen works best when using the provided AC adapter) and 1x remote sensor (requires 2 x AA batteries that are not included) which can be used indoors or outdoors. Easily switch between Celcius and Fahrenheit.
Features an adjustable LED Backlight, Indoor and outdoor temperature/humidity display, Moon Phase display and temperature alerts. Data is shown on the stunning color display making it perfect for home or office use.
Indoor thermometer indoor range of 32 F to 122 F and an outdoor range of -4 F to 140 F. Temperature alerts can be easily set. Approximate size: 6.5 x 5 x 1.5 inches (16 x 12 x 3cm)
Weather station feature displays barometric pressure which can be displayed in inHg, mmHg and mb/hPa and trends which are used to predict the weather for the upcoming 8 hours and displays them with 7 weather icons.

Captain Kirk is a huge fan of these wipes to keep all his glass and screens clean.

PERFECT Peel and Eat Shrimp

Go to Fisherman’s Dock and ask for 3 pounds of split, de-veined fresh Mayport shrimp.

You’ll need: Hot old bay seasoning, one fresh vidalia onion, two cans of Salt Life beer. Large Pot with a tight fitting lid (best done outdoors on a burner)

Pour beer, chopped onion and entire small container of chopped old bay into pot. Bring to a raging boil. Add shrimp (make sure they are at room temp!). Put on lid. Shake. Bring back to a raging boil. Shake again. Strain shrimp. Pour into a bowl. Start eating! (Tune in to hear Jeff explain this!)