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Old 01-06-2019, 10:13 PM   #11
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Occasionally, I'll bring the ends from beef rib eyes and strip loins home. We wrap and freeze them at the deli. Most of the time, I clean and slice them for a lunch special in different types of wraps. Anyhoo, I got the urge to grind some up and make hamburger steaks..had a couple of pounds left so I googled "all beef sausage" and found this Texas Hot Beef Sausage recipe. I didn't follow it to a T, and I only had small collagen casings, so I made 6 inch links. It will be fun trying different ways to use them..
https://www.thespruceeats.com/texas-...usages-2313404
AHHHHghlghl;glllghlghllll, drooling.
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Old 01-06-2019, 10:34 PM   #12
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Some are sweet, some are not? How would you describe your nephew's GF, Case?
I thought I already did...

18, going on 12 is how I would describe her -- again. My nephew is 20, in college, and has a 2018 Ford F150 Crew Cab FX4 Platinum, that he is making the payments on. He's a catch, ladies. He can do better than his current GF.

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Old 01-06-2019, 10:36 PM   #13
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Hey Ross, we had desert at LaHacienda Ranch. Apple pie on a sizzling cast iron plate with vanilla bean ice cream and a bubbling hot butter and cinnamon goop.

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My nephew is 20, in college, and has a 2018 Ford F150 Crew Cab FX4 Platinum, that he is making the payments on. He's a catch, ladies. He can do better than his current GF.

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Things must be very different in the Republic of Texas. Around here that's an old man's vehicle.
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Old 01-07-2019, 08:20 AM   #15
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I must be old, because if I had my way, I'd be driving a Shelby F-150 Raptor.
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Old 01-07-2019, 10:03 AM   #16
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I must be old, because if I had my way, I'd be driving a Shelby F-150 Raptor.
Not as old as I. Id be driving a Jaguar XK-SS. In British Racing Green.
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DH wanted meatloaf last night, so that's what I made. Also made mashed potatoes and gravy and simmered Italian green beans. Add I made a couple loaves of no-knead bread, so we had some of that, too.
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Hey Ross, we had desert at LaHacienda Ranch. Apple pie on a sizzling cast iron plate with vanilla bean ice cream and a bubbling hot butter and cinnamon goop.

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I'd have loved that...
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Old 01-07-2019, 01:40 PM   #19
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I must be old, because if I had my way, I'd be driving a Shelby F-150 Raptor.
I've driven one... actually two of them, a red one and a blue one. They are not as much fun to drive as you would think. Lots of power, but also lots of weight. I'll take a 289 Cobra, thank you very much.

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Things must be very different in the Republic of Texas. Around here that's an old man's vehicle.
In Texas, a loaded up Ford Pickup has more status points than a BMW. Seriously!

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