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Old 02-07-2012, 03:10 PM   #51
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Here is a few things off of the top of my head
4 or 5 racks of ribs,
chickens, three whole, 4 halves,
bag of skinless boneless chicken breasts
bag of chicken fingers
4 small boxes of chicken wings
bag of chicken scrap parts for stock
3 or 4 2 lb portions of eye of round roast
8 tenderloin steaks
2 rib steaks
1 striploin steak
bag of beef marrow bones
1 complete pork loin divided into small fast fry chops, and a few thicker ones for stuffing and the big end a roast for pulled pork
About 15 lbs of assorted homemade pork sausage, Italian, Chorizo,
2 bags of shrimp
2 bag of sole
three bags of IQF mixed vegetables
three lbs of butter
a couple of thin crust Dr Oetker frozen pizza
couple of blocks of frozen spinach
about 10 lbs of frozen berries
bag of pitas
coffee beans
beer mugs
smoked salmon portions
frozen corn
naan bread
pierogies
some cans of frozen concentrated juices
popsicles
ice cream
and some assorted bags of leftover meat I cut up and save for my dog,
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Old 02-07-2012, 04:07 PM   #52
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I have (Off the top of me head)

3 Deer roasts
2 packs of deer steaks (2 steaks each)
2 Packs deer backstrap (loin); one longer, one shorter, my guess is the butcher shortened it.
1 pack deer tenderloin
1 pack deer medalions
5 chubs of ground deer
25 packs of breakfast links (8 per)
10 half pound chubs of breakfast sausage
Pint+ duck stock
leftover deer chili (probably destined for hot dogs)
box of pie crusts
some spring rolls
a bag of scallops
a bag of "soup" seafood
a bag of some greek cheese (shredded)
butter and misc other things in the door racks
ice
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Old 02-07-2012, 04:28 PM   #53
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I have no idea. I think there is some beef stew. Italian sausages. Breakfast sausages, chocolate cream, puff pastry and pie crusts and some unidentifle items. The freezer is full. And some day I will straighten it out. But not today. I am not having a good day.
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Old 02-07-2012, 05:54 PM   #54
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Rats of various sizes. Sometimes up to 50 or 60. When you have snakes that range in price from $300 to $3K+, you don't feed them live prey.
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Old 02-07-2012, 05:58 PM   #55
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Rats of various sizes. Sometimes up to 50 or 60. When you have snakes that range in price from $300 to $3K+, you don't feed them live prey.
Do you have a separate rat freezer? (she asks hopefully)
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Old 02-07-2012, 06:06 PM   #56
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Do you have a separate rat freezer? (she asks hopefully)
Same deep freezer as our food. The way these rats are raised, you would be hard pressed as to the quality between them and farm raised rabbits!
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Old 02-07-2012, 06:22 PM   #57
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i've had fun freaking out my wife and son with those when we go to the pet food store.

man, some of those big white suckers are huge. i could see making a rabbit like meal out of them.

my son wanted a milk snake in the worst way a year or so ago. thanfully, that obsession passed.

the bad news is that he's now into sharks.
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Old 02-07-2012, 06:37 PM   #58
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Shades of "Fatal Attraction" bunny boiling!

Well, Craig, I would imagine you store the leftovers in the ratfrigerrator...
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Old 02-07-2012, 06:52 PM   #59
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Precooked curry-seasoned meats
Onion puree
Ginger puree
Garlic Puree
Frozen veggies
A bottle of vodka :D
And the leftovers of many, many meals for when I get lazy.
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I have (Off the top of me head)

3 Deer roasts
2 packs of deer steaks (2 steaks each)
2 Packs deer backstrap (loin); one longer, one shorter, my guess is the butcher shortened it.
1 pack deer tenderloin
1 pack deer medalions
5 chubs of ground deer
25 packs of breakfast links (8 per)
10 half pound chubs of breakfast sausage
Pint+ duck stock
leftover deer chili (probably destined for hot dogs)
box of pie crusts
some spring rolls
a bag of scallops
a bag of "soup" seafood
a bag of some greek cheese (shredded)
butter and misc other things in the door racks
ice
What happened to the bottle of Tequila???
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