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Old 07-13-2019, 09:39 AM   #31
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that's a fine looking breakfast!
Thanks Matt! Hope you're having a great weekend!
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Old 07-13-2019, 11:44 AM   #32
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That looks fantastic!!!!


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Old 07-13-2019, 12:06 PM   #33
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Hell ......yes. Want. Now. Already have some of my beef thawed out for tonight, but now I'm looking at that backstrap in my freezer.

Can't seem to ever find any morels though. I don't get it. When they are in season they are always in the farmers market, but I never find any on my place or in the woods around. Just no luck on them. Morels and venison is one of my top five meals ever in my life.

Looks great. Like your coop too.
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Jeanie, I would call that "the perfect bite" of breakfast! Sounds really good. I havent gotten to try a duck egg yet, but a runny sunny side up or overeasy duck egg is on my to do list one of these days. What kind of duck do you raise?
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Nice Job!

Fellas I think we found the fox in the hen house!
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Always amazed and intrigued to read your posts, Jeanie. Outstanding as usual. Bravo!!
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Old 07-13-2019, 04:11 PM   #37
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Hell ......yes. Want. Now. Already have some of my beef thawed out for tonight, but now I'm looking at that backstrap in my freezer.

Can't seem to ever find any morels though. I don't get it. When they are in season they are always in the farmers market, but I never find any on my place or in the woods around. Just no luck on them. Morels and venison is one of my top five meals ever in my life.

Looks great. Like your coop too.
Shoot, I bet your area has quite a few morels. I imagine everyone keeps their hunting places a secret! lol Hope you find some next season. Thanks!



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Jeanie, I would call that "the perfect bite" of breakfast! Sounds really good. I havent gotten to try a duck egg yet, but a runny sunny side up or overeasy duck egg is on my to do list one of these days. What kind of duck do you raise?
Thanks Jeremy! Sunnyside up and easy over are my favorites too.
Right now I have Cayugas, Buffs and Blue Swede. My last Chocolate Runner was nabbed by a coyote.

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Fellas I think we found the fox in the hen house!
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Always amazed and intrigued to read your posts, Jeanie. Outstanding as usual. Bravo!!
Thanks so much Dom! Very kind of you!
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I have been told that nothing is perfect.I have been misinformed.THAT is a PERFECT breakfast right there!!!
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I have been told that nothing is perfect.I have been misinformed.THAT is a PERFECT breakfast right there!!!
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Oh, Deer! Quack, Quack!

Great cook!
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Doesn't get any better than that!
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