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Unread 06-26-2013, 09:48 PM   #24
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Thanks everybody! It's a bit of work but worth the effort and I don't mind doing it.



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Now that's a party! Awesome as always Jeanie - cooking a pig like this is very high on my list of things to do.

Get well soon!
Thanks Greg, hope you have a safe trip!

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Every time. Wow. Just looks awesome!! And to supply from your own pen. Very cool.
Thank you KP, I like to make sure my pigs (and beef) have happy lives.

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Thanks for the detailed post. Looked awesome. Love the references to skinning deer. Looks exactly the same. Bambi on the pit next? Maybe wrapped in onions and bacon for fat?
Thanks Twelvegauge! I clean deer the same way. I've cooked venison on the block pit but usually whole shoulders or hams. I keep the backstrap for myself.


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What does it take to get an invite to one of your parties? Mighty Fine!

Hope you are well.
Thanks Toast, feeling stronger every day. I need to have a Brethren Bash here. That would be interesting.

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Jeanie, you renew my faith in human nature. This is the epitome of real life on the plains. Thank you for the memories!

Jed
Jed you're very kind... thanks! Just plain ole country cooking, nothing fancy.



Thanks again everyone!
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