Time to Start the food thread

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Time to Start the food thread

Postby DaveLott » Sat Jan 21, 2012 7:14 am

Ok, have to do this.

(and this is really for pychobilly)

Guys from Canada - I have the sausage !! Better'n that anything store bought. Also got the smoked ham and chops as well.

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(just a side note - we brought home 12 of these and gave 3 to some local needy families)
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Re: Time to Start the food thread

Postby Bill Edmundson » Sat Jan 21, 2012 7:18 am

I wouldn't want to hear any of those clacking their tusk and not know where they were :!:

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Re: Time to Start the food thread

Postby DaveLott » Sat Jan 21, 2012 7:36 pm

oh, the big boy clacked pretty good and came to take us on.
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Re: Time to Start the food thread

Postby Roberta » Mon Jan 23, 2012 6:22 am

Do I smell "Pig Roast" at the G6 :?: :?: :?: :?: :?:

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Re: Time to Start the food thread

Postby psychobilly » Mon Jan 23, 2012 7:10 am

MUCH TOO NICE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Dave, I reckon you need to build yourself a "Coona$$ Microvave!" to cook one of those pigs in! I had it before at an LSU tailgate party! MUCH TOO YUMMY!!!! I reckon with your woodworking skills you could build one of these really nice, prolly even have enough left over wood in the shop!

YummY look'n swine!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: Time to Start the food thread

Postby DaveLott » Mon Jan 23, 2012 7:41 am

Roberta Hegy wrote:Do I smell "Pig Roast" at the G6 :?: :?: :?: :?: :?:

Roberta :D :D :D :D :D :D



These are little too big. I need an 'oinker' for that. Will be going back in April and looking only for those under 100#. We did take one that small on this trip. He is decorating the 'beast feast' table at church this weekend in full glory inlcuding the apple!!!

But there is already 2 smoked hams ready for G6. Got this ready to go. Tonight we are making up the sausage.

My poor truck had a load. I estimated over 1300# of solid pork meat. Not inlcuding the gear. It was strapped high and heavy.
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Re: Time to Start the food thread

Postby DaveLott » Mon Jan 23, 2012 7:43 am

psychobilly wrote:MUCH TOO NICE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Dave, I reckon you need to build yourself a "Coona$$ Microvave!" to cook one of those pigs in! I had it before at an LSU tailgate party! MUCH TOO YUMMY!!!! I reckon with your woodworking skills you could build one of these really nice, prolly even have enough left over wood in the shop!

YummY look'n swine!!!!!!!!!!!!!



Billy - The little guy on the far right of the picture owned a BBQ restaurant. He has this monster, pull behind the truck, rotisseire smoker. We are covered. That thing has been working all weekend.
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Re: Time to Start the food thread

Postby Roberta » Mon Jan 23, 2012 9:06 am

Whatever you bring will be tasty, I'm sure, Dave!!!

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Re: Time to Start the food thread

Postby John B » Mon Jan 23, 2012 9:24 am

DaveLott wrote:Ok, have to do this.

(and this is really for pychobilly)

Guys from Canada - I have the sausage !! Better'n that anything store bought. Also got the smoked ham and chops as well.

395778_10150542812614380_817479379_8555877_170966446_n.jpg


(just a side note - we brought home 12 of these and gave 3 to some local needy families)


Dave,

What'd you use to these those critters down... a bazooka?

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Re: Time to Start the food thread

Postby psychobilly » Mon Jan 23, 2012 10:00 am

John B wrote:
DaveLott wrote:Ok, have to do this.

(and this is really for pychobilly)

Guys from Canada - I have the sausage !! Better'n that anything store bought. Also got the smoked ham and chops as well.

395778_10150542812614380_817479379_8555877_170966446_n.jpg


(just a side note - we brought home 12 of these and gave 3 to some local needy families)


Dave,

What'd you use to these those critters down... a bazooka?

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Gertrude, I'm sure.... 8)

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Re: Time to Start the food thread

Postby DaveLott » Mon Jan 23, 2012 2:19 pm

[quote="psychobilly
Gertrude, I'm sure.... 8)[/quote]


Gertrude smacked so much that night (including a coyote) that she knocked her new scope loose. She then missed 4 more, one of which made these look small.

I have a sore neck from the shooting. I had mounted a night scope. The IR light kept grabbing the bill on my cap and throwing my head back. After 3 whiplashes, I learned to turn my cap around when I shot.
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Re: Time to Start the food thread

Postby psychobilly » Mon Jan 23, 2012 3:01 pm

You been have'n some issues with scopes on ole Gertrude dave......

:lol:

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Re: Time to Start the food thread

Postby John B » Mon Jan 23, 2012 3:15 pm

DaveLott wrote:

After 3 whiplashes, I learned to turn my cap around when I shot.


Now you be stylin' Dave-O!
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Re: Time to Start the food thread

Postby thudpucker » Mon Jan 23, 2012 9:04 pm

Yum, Finger foods just freshly off the Hoof!

Plenty of Sausages and Boudan Balls. Finger foods we can reach in and grab n' Go!
"Knucks" n' Salty Bacon! :wink:

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Re: Time to Start the food thread

Postby DaveLott » Mon Jan 23, 2012 9:10 pm

psychobilly wrote:You been have'n some issues with scopes on ole Gertrude dave......

:lol:



Wellllllll. Kinda hard to see this critters at night without night vision. So I changed the day scope for night scope. The screws in the front base did not want to hold tight. Gotta put some lock-tite on the threads. After 4 shots the whole scope started wobbling. This happened twice. Ticks me off for one of the hogs I missed would have gone 400-500#. PURE MONSTER>

I tell what is cool. Have a coyote walk up to you and catch in the IR light of the night vision. He lit up like the 4th of july in the lens. He saw the IR light but too late. Cross hairs were set and then I really lit him up. :lol:
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