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Old 03-19-2013, 05:09 AM   #1271
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I had a bull jerking off in the pasture..................
Is shihan at it again?
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Old 03-19-2013, 05:12 AM   #1272
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Wow that Bull story has got me aroused. Where is his pasture? Leave the gate open Big Boy.
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You'd figure those hooves would cause some chafing for certain.

Wild boar chops in the crock pot along with mashed taters and corn when the wife gets home from work.
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Looks like leftover spaghetti and meatballs tonight.
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Old 03-20-2013, 12:04 AM   #1275
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Last of the corned beef and cabbage.
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I used to have a sourdough starter. It was like taking care of a pet. You had to "feed" it some sugar and flour every couple days. It made the best bread and pancakes. I eventually just used it all in cooking. I could start another one, though, but I'm not as available to bake as I was when I stayed home with the kids. This working concept sucks sometimes. LOL
Just start making your own booze instead, on weekends of course.
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Last of the corned beef and cabbage.
We hit up every store, as we do every year, while they are on sale and limit 2 per person. We got 20 CB point cuts this year. We like to have it every couple of weeks. For St. Patty's day being so close to both of our B-Days we buy a whole brisket and make our own. We started the one we juat ate abou a month and a half ago.
Its just like making Sauer Brauten, we close to it which is another of our favorite dishes. We mine a least. The wife will eat it only beacuse she knows that I really like it and will make it anyway and force her to eat it. LOL
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Sauteed sausage with garlic and onions, tossed in some veggies and then added noodles and cheese. Yum and it smells great in here!! I make a nice sized batch so we can have it for lunch too.




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Corn dogs......................
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At work right now, but my MIL made me some venison meatloaf out of ground backstrap and sausage. With rice and corn. Damn good food.
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