Back again this morning, and even more luck
Posted 23 November 2012 - 02:00 PM
Got to get to the store, hopefully more pics again tonight. BTW, They seem to be Gadwall, Ringneck, and Mallards today.
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Posted 24 November 2012 - 08:27 AM
Uh, how come you look dead on your feet? Boys wearing the old man out? LOL Listen to who's
being able to provide friends and family an opportunity to try foods they normally would never get to
Damn... there really is life outside of McDonalds, eh? Sadly, that is so true for lots of folks!
Good to see you and the boys having such a great & successful hunt. Talk about making memories for a lifetime!! Way to go!
Posted 24 November 2012 - 04:49 PM
I get excited every time I see you taking those
boys out hunting.
I guess it reminds me of when my father, and my uncle
took me hunting, and fishing as a kid.
Keep it up, you are making their memories, that they will
treasure forever, as I do mine.
Posted 24 November 2012 - 06:01 PM
Good job on the ducks! Hope you have a good way of cooking them I could never get them to come out right always tasted like liver.
Thanks, I hope so too! I got a friend and she can cook anything and make it taste good, so we will see. I have been told a hundred times DO NOT USE/ADD OIL.
McDonald's is for those who can't hunt Frank . Or, in my case, those who are just too darn tired too. I can't wait to get back home and work six days a week so I can relax. Nah, not really, I kind of like this
Haha, I don't know who will treasure these memories more, them or I Tom. I was fortunate enough to have family and friends that did this for me, and besides enjoying it, I also feel like it is the least I can do. Kind of like a circle of life debt. Plus I don't know how much longer my dad (stepfather that earned that name) will be around as he is quickly looking worse and I want him to see their faces and hear as many of the stories he possibly can. That is part of the reason we have been doing this almost every weekend lately. Plus I can't lie, I REALLY enjoy it
Posted 24 November 2012 - 08:37 PM
With duck you want them about medium rare. The more you cook 'em, the more they taste like liver. A good bird, done right will taste about like venison. Once you've cleaned and cooked a few of them its easy to tell which birds will be good eating. Once you pluck the breast, look at the color of the meat through the skin. The lighter pink the better. Once the color gets to red, burgandy, or almost purple I toss that meat into freezer bags and have it made into peppersticks.
Real tractors have two cylinders and hand clutches.
My rifle is mine, it isn't for sale, and I only give guns to people that I really like.
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Posted 25 November 2012 - 06:55 AM
I like beef medium rare,
Agreed... Anymore (done) than that, the flavor is cooked out of it.
A friend of mine always cooks his steaks well done and is how all 4 in his family ate them for years... until his daughter had it medium rare at a neighbors house one day. Poor dad, as he is still catching hell to this day for making her eat "cardboard" for so many years.
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