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Unread 03-20-2013, 12:55 AM   #31
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That should keep you going for a while
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You could feed an army with that. Looks good!
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All looks fantastic!
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That looks fantastic! I needs me a vacuum sealer!!!
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Can you ship some to PA?
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Now THAT was some damned PR0N, man. EXCELLENT!!!
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Mighty nice looking BBQ there, thanks for sharing.
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That sure looks good!
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Looks awesome! When it's all said & done do you boil the bird bones for homemade stock? Makes amazing soup, creamed chicken, etc...
I did this a year ago and made about 6 or 8 quarts of stock. Amazing stuff.
Oddly, though, I still have about half of it in the pantry. I just don't think to use it much, plus I've not made a lot of soups lately. I got on a kick awhile back where I was making soups and stuff so I made stock, then I got off the soup kick.

I just do probably a dozen and a half chickens a month so I throw most of the carcasses away.
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Yeah boy! Looks nice. Love me some pulled pork on the drum!
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