That’s some pretty hardcore stuff if you ask me!
i bought and cooked a 12lb turkey for xmas i love a freshly cooked turkey but because i was sick all over xmas the dog and cats got to enjoy it:woozy_face:
Know what ya mean, brother! I was down for the count for 3 days, as well…
Did a little cooking for my folks while visiting them in Florida over Christmas, finished off the last of the 2018 quail, wrapped in bacon with a slice of fresh pineapple and a sprinkle of Tony Chachere’s…
Served with a slice of cornbread w/ green shoe peg corn and sharp cheddar, scrambled eggs, and more sautéed quail…
For supper; Eastern NC chopped pork BBQ smoked over applewood, slaw, roasted red potatoes with cheddar and garlic, another slice of cornbread, and two fingers of Bird Dog 10 yo. Bourbon …
All gluten free for Mom.
i be at yours for next christmas,
The more the merrier! We only cooked a shoulder, I really prefer whole hog, but you need a crowd or a ton of freezer bags.
Oh hell yeah! I’m going to make some this week.
Make my own jerky, but always from venison. Only problem is I haven’t shot a deer in two years. I make mine from ground venison, which makes it easier to chew and use a Cajun seasoning. It is a big hit even with the women, who you don’t often see eating jerky. Yours looks delicious and pairs well with a fine microbrew I’m sure. Beer and jerky - it’s not just for breakfast anymore! (we’ll see who remembers that reference)
wow… looks amazing…
“Here’s the ultimate recipe. You ready? Kill stuff. Add fire. Eat. Burp. Have a good night. Thank you very much. Drive safely.” – Ted Nugent
(I was beginning to wonder if I would never be able to use that quote!)
Add these Uncle Ted witticisms to your lexicon:
“Whack’em and Stack’em!”
“Gut Piles R Us”
“Cocked, locked and ready to rock, doc!”
On an autograph for a cop buddy:
“Shoot fast, shoot straight, shoot first. F🤬 Miranda!”
All out of likes-again! GRRR!
How can you go wrong with “kill it and grill it”
Last nights dinner. Filet with homemade double baked potatoes. Also had salad and homemade bread.
Looks delicious! I love to make ham and bean soup with the leftover Christmas and easter ham bones. Fresh batch of cornbread to go with it as well
That is something my family always does also.