Woodnut out hunting

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Double D, Dec 3, 2011.

  1. JLA

    JLA Well-Known Member

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    I need a grinder like that. I made 6 pounds of ground fajita from the mexican store (50/50 beef and chicken) for enchiladas and my arms are jelly. Stoopid hand crank meat grinders.
  2. Shooter45

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    I don't know Carl. That Potted Meat looks pretty good. As a matter of fact, we may just have Potted Meat at next years TFF BBQ instead of BBQ Pork. Much faster to prepare since we don't have to smoke it and much more nutrious. I'm thinking of a LARGE Potted Meat Loaf. Yum, Yum.

    The Pygmies will miss Carl and I'm sure the Rabbit population will decrease in Tennessee. Buy stock in Poison Darts and you will likely become wealthy.
  3. Bobitis

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    Put it in the freezer and it'll firm right up.;)
  4. Woodnut

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    This is my Saturday batch, it's looking better. Now for the taste test. From the looks of it I sorta dread it.

    Found another photo of the Pygmie leader and his body guards that followed me after the accident.

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  5. Shooter45

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    Carl, I recognize these little guys. They are from the same tribe that helped me. The little pot gutted Pygmie in the back is pretty tough.

    How did that batch of Potted Meat turn out.

    It sure looks good.
  6. Woodnut

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    I thought I heard in their native language the mention of Sam. So I guess that was you.

    I have hit the jackpot on the potted meat. It is so good the wife and I are thinking about canning it in qt size so we will have enough for a good meal. We may even sutff some of it in sausage cassings and have pottedsausage. I am going to keep on until I get rich off of this stuff.
    Boy you should try some of it. But I will preserve the recipe forever as I was ask to do. I'm just like Duke on Bush's baked beans, "I'll never tell".
  7. Shooter45

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    I spoke with Carl on Monday and guess what ?

    He's back in Tennessee deer hunting again.

    He had a lot of help last year and turned a bad situtation into a good one.

    I'm expecting a call from him soon and I'll give you an update.

    His shoulder is well so I doubt he will have any trouble getting a good shot.

    Good luck Carl.
  8. jstgsn

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    I gotta ask.... Which hurt more, when the trap snapped shut, or when you ran the length of the chain????:eek:
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