1. clmanges

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  2. Crpdeth

    Crpdeth Active Member

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    Think I'll have a steak. :D
  3. Definitely!!! :D Make mine rare, Crp! If it still moos when you stick the fork in, it's done! ;)
  4. Marlin

    Marlin *TFF Admin Staff Chief Counselor*

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    That's the only way, Pistol Just pass it over the flame for a second or two..... :) :)
  5. Popgunner

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    The only crow I've ever seen eaten was in the winter time in below-zero temps. Our back barbwire fence was full of crows & I lobbed off a .22lr bullet at one of their heads. The crow died & swung down with his feet still clinging to the wire. Without missing a beat a bunch of his buddies pulled him down & ate him.

    Such a majestic bird :eek:
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    ROFL!

    I love it! :D
  7. The Rifleman

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    I would have to be pretty hungray before I would eat another CROW!

    They aren't very good. At least the one that I had wasn't very good.

    The meat was really stringy and greasy.

    Now a bottle of Old Crow - isn't much better, but would be better than nothing at all. We drank some when I was a kid and it had quite a kick.

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