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Old 03-08-2007, 08:57 AM   #85
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.......But you can't beat good squirrel! ... er.., furry tailed tree rats. Eww...!
"Tip Toe in".... while they all sleep with gut rott from their lovely culinary expressive minds.

"leaving a nice present" shhhh one of them just stird - look they are freezing as their fire is slowly sizzling out

And the present - maybe this will deter you - It is March prime time for new squirrel on the menu - this one is ripe and ready to become a new yep you guessed it "Mommy"
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And to think these guys are eating them with their V-Sausages

pssst come on girl....they are going to wake up and the will be "fur" flying okay okay comin -see ya back on the otherside of the "tracks"
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Old 03-08-2007, 10:09 AM   #86
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Ummmm, dems goooood eat'in, fat and plump, sizzle up jus rite...........

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I find the fur gets caught in my teeth.................................My friend says in Europe squirrels are often referred to as Tree Rats.

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Should we talk about girls?

I noticed an ATTRACTIVE young lady has had her Argosy stolen. I wish I was 20 years younger, not happily married, lived closer to Philly, AND she had poor eyesight & low expectations as I would like to help her out.

I hope she recovers her Airstream.

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Old 03-08-2007, 06:25 PM   #89
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I noticed an ATTRACTIVE young lady has had her Argosy stolen. I wish I was 20 years younger, not happily married, lived closer to Philly, AND she had poor eyesight & low expectations as I would like to help her out.

I hope she recovers her Airstream.

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I hope she has better luck finding her Argosy then you will trying to help her out....
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Old 03-08-2007, 07:36 PM   #90
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I noticed an ATTRACTIVE young lady has had her Argosy stolen. I wish I was 20 years younger, not happily married, lived closer to Philly, AND she had poor eyesight & low expectations as I would like to help her out.

I hope she recovers her Airstream.

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Find her Argosy and you might at least get to talk with her. I figure your chances are good for a 15 minute chat then the guy that took the photo would probably ask you to leave.
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Old 03-09-2007, 12:04 PM   #91
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Crawdads and froglegs didn't have lead shot in them. But you can't beat good squirrel! ... er.., furry tailed tree rats. Eww...!
For years I would hunt squirrel on my parents farm on the Eastern Shore. Accoplished two things at once, squirrel stuffing for Thanksgiving Dinner and a few 100 less squirrels getting onto the barns for the winter! I would grind the squirrel meat in the sausage grinder and cook it just lke I would pork stuffing. Big hit with the family every year!
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I guess I just have a weak stomach. I have said this many times to my lunch bunch that had both carnivores and vegetarians in the group. If I had to kill and then clean it before I cooked it, I would become a vegetarian! Buying it in the grocery store where it doesn't have a face (or guts) makes it a lot easier to cook and then eat than if it had them.
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Old 03-10-2007, 07:11 AM   #93
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Ummmm - Deer sausage for breakfast this morning. Home made orange marmalade over biscuits and an egg. That will get the heart pumping today. BURP, oops excuse me - my tasty beverage of choice (COKE - it's the real thing) has me all filled up. Gotta get that caffene some how. Now, where is my salt shaker?
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Part venison, part what?

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... That will get the heart pumping today...
Or stop it!

What do you mix with your venison to keep it from being so dry at cooktime?

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What do you mix with your venison to keep it from being so dry at cooktime?

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2/3 deer 1/3 wild pig. Keeps the morning sausage just right and good flavor. Helps them brown up and not burn. For link sausage the mix is a little more rich on pig - wild pig does not have the fat content that farm raised does. I like the flavor better and I don't need to harvest so many deer as the pigs are easy pickings and local farmers are more happy to let you on their land after feral pigs than they are deer for some reason. Pigs tear up the property more and do lots of damage around ponds.

Got to watch those pigs - they are very protective of one another. Ever had a 400lb sow come out of the woods at you after you harvest a 75lb piglet (well OK not a piglet anymore but still family)? Can be lots of fun. I like my pigs to be under 100lbs - better taste. 80lbs is perfect. I have a friend that calls that size "suitcase" pigs. I asked him why suitcase and he told me "after you gut 'em, you tie the feets together and slide a stick in between - carry them out like a suitcase" I had a laugh at that one.
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Anybody else find bunny a bit too bony?

Baked by a non-Airstream buddy of mine, this bread would go well with any chicken-like dinner. He used the NY Times no-knead recipe. One has flaxseed and the other was made with dried plum and substituting in 1c whole wheat flour -- looks like it needed a teaspoon or two of gluten added.
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Enough talk like that! Better go sweep out the garage. I don't think our southern buddies have experienced the dusty salt taste of doing this. (road salt from car drippings, guys...)
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I haven't had racoon

Racoon appears to be a favorite at this fundraiser.

Anyone care to comment on something that tastes like pork?

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Where is everyone?????

OK, I guess I know - most of you are prepping the trailers for a spring fling somewhere. Better yet - your out doing the lawn or getting outside enjoying life after the cold season.

My excuse - I'm at sea off Japan with limited internet access - nothing like typing responses 3 to 4 times to get it out in the thread when the connection fails.

OK guys keep this thread up - the ladies can't kick all of you outside to the curb - enjoy you spring - I hit the road in JUNE.

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