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Old 02-02-2013, 06:33 PM   #31
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Well if you are going to leave your dinner up to interpretation...


Pretty amazing what you can Google though, isn't it? Pig's head in a crock pot... and wouldn't you know, there it was. Someone had made this and snapped a pic for us
Actually, it would be fine, just have to pick out the bones and nostrils. My great grandma made head cheese with a full pig's head all the time. Scared the crap out of me the first time I saw the severed head sitting on her table.

Ooops, hope we didn't ruin anyone's appetite...
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Old 02-02-2013, 06:51 PM   #32
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Actually, it would be fine, just have to pick out the bones and nostrils. My great grandma made head cheese with a full pig's head all the time. Scared the crap out of me the first time I saw the severed head sitting on her table.

Ooops, hope we didn't ruin anyone's appetite...
I know I still have a game cook book somewhere that has a recipe for jellied Moose nose. And if I remember correctly the word muskrat is in there somewhere in the description of what it looks like cooking

The chili is basically done, just cooling down. I'm sure I'll have a cup tonight. It tastes pretty hot/spicy from the sampling I was doing. No doubt from the hot venison sausage I used. The sausage on its own isn't bad at all, but simmering for a few hours apparently brought the red pepper out
I think I like the looks of the black beans.
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Old 02-02-2013, 06:57 PM   #33
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Dear heart! Dawg, I hope you threw in some other chunk o' pig in the CP. Like maybe a pork butt. LOL. No, it's not from the other end. Pork Butts are actually on the front end and named for how they were originally cut and packed and has nothing to do with anatomy. PS, Bone sucking sauce is my favorite bottled bbq sauce.

As for me, it's a wee bit o' leftovers, either made into burritos or quesadilla. I have 2 tortillas to work with and bits of this and that to stuff 'em. I don't really want to start anything new until all the leftovers are used up for once. I 've been tossing too many leftovers out lately.
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Nice looking bowl of red Pac. How did you score the deer sausage?
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Old 02-02-2013, 07:13 PM   #35
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ooh... two torts aren't a lot to work with Whiskas...
I'd have to stuff them as full as I could.

On the sausage, my buddy next door hooks me up every year. I've been meaning to start hunting again myself, but he keeps me in pretty good supply. He processes his own deer and makes his own sausage (rope too). And I let him borrow my tractor with a bucket on it and help him with other stuff. We have a good symbiotic relationship
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ooh... two torts aren't a lot to work with Whiskas...
I'd have to stuff them as full as I could.

On the sausage, my buddy next door hooks me up every year. I've been meaning to start hunting again myself, but he keeps me in pretty good supply. He processes his own deer and makes his own sausage (rope too). And I let him borrow my tractor with a bucket on it and help him with other stuff. We have a good symbiotic relationship
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Two torts is plenty unless I stack them and make only one quesadilla. . I forgot to add there's ice cream and an open package of Oreos. Those are leftovers too

My neighbor shovels my part of the public sidewalk, snow blows the driveway and mows my front hillside ajoining theirs in summer !! I gave them a restaurant gift cert once. They seemed insulted. Now I just make a batch chocolate chip cookies once in awhile. Wish I could do more. It's nice to have nice neighbors.
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Old 02-02-2013, 07:37 PM   #37
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Chicken and veggie stir-fry and pork fried rice


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Homemade clam chowder and sourdough bread. heavy on the bacon and clams plus a little fresh rosemary. Definately a chunky chowder.
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Old 02-02-2013, 07:55 PM   #39
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Two torts is plenty unless I stack them and make only one quesadilla. . I forgot to add there's ice cream and an open package of Oreos. Those are leftovers too
That's EXACTLY what I was thinking! One flat quesadilla just don't cut it.
Now If I had known you had cookies...
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Here's after the first flip. In the oven they went shortly after....
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