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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-17-2009, 07:28 AM Thread Starter
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Breakfast this morning..

Its rare for me to cook breakfast but since ive been up several hours I figured what the heck..

The menu was a some venison backstrap. Marianted them in dales diluted with water and minced garlic for about an hour. Fried with flour and I did a few fried in cornmeal just to see what they would taste like..

Sliced Kiwi.. which was good

and 1 stinkin egg.. I even ran out to the chickens to see if I had another one yet this morning.. No luck so 1 egg is all I got..

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Yeah the cornmeal ones I keep smacking my lips hunting for the fish flavor that wasnt there. That just got me craving some fried catfish.. It was decent enough to eat for sure just had me thinking "this fish taste weird".
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might have been a little odd if the fish flavor WAS there.
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might have been a little odd if the fish flavor WAS there.
Yeah, your right, good point
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pretty ironic, I'm sitting here eating leftover steak and Lake Erie perch from the rehersal dinner last night and it does taste like fish! Getting ready for the big show later today. Lets see: 10k for the dinner, 43h for the flowers, 8h for liquor, 1k for dinner last night, 8h for the cake, dresses & tuxs who knows? This marriage better last or refunds will be expected.
Costs have been shared pretty well by both sides and it is really appreciated. Now where is that crying towel! HM
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pretty ironic, I'm sitting here eating leftover steak and Lake Erie perch from the rehersal dinner last night and it does taste like fish! Getting ready for the big show later today. Lets see: 10k for the dinner, 43h for the flowers, 8h for liquor, 1k for dinner last night, 8h for the cake, dresses & tuxs who knows? This marriage better last or refunds will be expected.
Costs have been shared pretty well by both sides and it is really appreciated. Now where is that crying towel! HM
Wow glad its you and not I.. I have some years left to save for a wedding.. Thats cool their helping out on the cost..
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well its all over, the wedding I mean and everything went great. I will try to post a couple of daughter/dad shots when we get them. Everyone had a great time and all got home safely. The bad thing is now I loose a major tax deduction .
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glad to hear everything went well

Now therefore take, I pray thee, thy weapons, thy quiver and thy bow, and go out to the field, and take me some venison.
Genesis 27:3 "The thinking deer hunter should mature through three phases during his hunting life. First phase, "I need to kill a deer." Second phase, I want to harvest a nice deer. And last phase, we must manage this resource so our children and their children can experience the grand tradition of good deer hunting." - Jim Slinsky
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