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Old 01-27-2013, 09:46 PM   #681
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Ya I hear that. I traded the Amish some gun work for the molasses.....and a hound pup. The pup was dumber that a stump and all he'd run was trash. Hunted him three times straight where he caught a skunk. Last time the collar came home wo the dog. I have another pup iv been workin w now and hes a damn good squirrel dog......not so much good for coon yet but hell he's only 4 months old.

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I have a blue tick hound and he loves running rabbits and is decent on squirrel, I'm trying to teach him how to hunt shed antlers, he picked the others up pretty quick so we shall see how he does with sheds.

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The one I have now is half plott and half black mouth AR cur. He's smart as a whip......only dog in my life iv seen that will GIVE a skunk the damn dog house. Been that way from the time I got him when he was 5.5 weeks old.

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Bring it on man, don't forget the crumb topping on that mac n cheese. Lol
What?! Of course I wouldn't skip that crumb topping. And if you take more of the top of the Mac 'n' Cheese than the bottom stuff, I'll smack you with the serving spoon. LOL

And I opt for the cornbread.

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Mmmmmm biscuits! Time to find me my cookbook!
Skip the cookbook. You can find all kinds of great recipes online.
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What?! Of course I wouldn't skip that crumb topping. And if you take more of the top of the Mac 'n' Cheese than the bottom stuff, I'll smack you with the serving spoon. LOL

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Skip the cookbook. You can find all kinds of great recipes online.
I'm still waiting on ya, it was delicious. Here it is shredded and sauced

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Put some olive oil and dry Italian dressing seasoning on my chicken and baked it.



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Put some olive oil and dry Italian dressing seasoning on my chicken and baked it.
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Put some olive oil and dry Italian dressing seasoning on my chicken and baked it.
Ever try potatoes the same way? Quick, easy, Mmmmmm good.
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