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Old 12-31-2012, 07:33 AM   #46
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Wow Jeanie, that looks fantastic. My dad loves duck and use to make it all the time. I am going to try this for him. Spatzel too? Bonus! I will also have to make a run to the Polish delicatessen in Chicago next time there.

Thanks for sharing!
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Old 12-31-2012, 11:32 AM   #47
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Jeanie,

Very nice and love that personalized COWGIRL touch on your smoker. You have got it going on out in the panhandle thats for sure.

Do you waterfowl hunt at all ?

I was down by one of my big slews late Saturday and ducks were flyin all over. I don't go much any more but here are 2 of my favorite waterfowl partners (Hank aka yella on the left was about as good as it gets in his prime. Buddy black lab on right always liked the in the blind a little more).

Hope yall have a happy year and great 2013

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Old 12-31-2012, 01:32 PM   #48
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Looks good to me. What flavor wood did you use?
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Old 12-31-2012, 01:39 PM   #49
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Ah, a most excellent spread. Must have been delicious.
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Old 12-31-2012, 01:48 PM   #50
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Thank you Westy and Jason!


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Wow Jeanie, that looks fantastic. My dad loves duck and use to make it all the time. I am going to try this for him. Spatzel too? Bonus! I will also have to make a run to the Polish delicatessen in Chicago next time there.

Thanks for sharing!
Thanks Ron!! I would love to visit a polish delicatessen some day. Can't imagine all of the goodies they would have. I would love it! If you go, please take pics for me.

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Jeanie,

Very nice and love that personalized COWGIRL touch on your smoker. You have got it going on out in the panhandle thats for sure.

Do you waterfowl hunt at all ?

I was down by one of my big slews late Saturday and ducks were flyin all over. I don't go much any more but here are 2 of my favorite waterfowl partners (Hank aka yella on the left was about as good as it gets in his prime. Buddy black lab on right always liked the in the blind a little more).

Hope yall have a happy year and great 2013

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Rick Thanks!! Hank and Buddy are good looking fellas!! I love duck hunting but I don't go often enough. Sometimes my little windmill pond is a good spot to get them. I have border collies so they are no help at all with hunting. lol
Thanks about the grate and everything. It's quiet out here but that's the way I like it. Hope you have a great 2013 too!

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Thank you Dave! I used apple on this cook. It was pretty mild.
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Ah, a most excellent spread. Must have been delicious.
Paulie G, Thank you! Hope you have a great 2013!
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I have never had duck... Guess that may have to change soon after seeing yours...looks delicious Jeanie!
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I have never had duck... Guess that may have to change soon after seeing yours...looks delicious Jeanie!
Thanks JD, hope you give it a try! Also hope the venison stuff was helpful.
Have a safe and Happy New Year!!
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Old 01-25-2013, 06:13 PM   #54
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I missed this Jeanie... sorry! Glad the Mad Hunky Brine was a welcome addition to your meal. And those noodles... I LOVE those. My Great aunt was German... she made the best spatzle!
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Thanks Rich! I really love your poultry brine. Good stuff!
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Old 01-25-2013, 07:22 PM   #56
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As always off the chart -N- outa the park Jeanie! Nice work.
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