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And Antelope, at least the ones I took out in South Dakota, came pre-seasoned with sage
Still the 3rd best meat I have in the freezer at the moment

Gator; I make a lot of burger. 1/2 bacon + 1/2 gator ground up
Bison
Antelope
Caribou
Rock fish from the Chesapeake
Aoudad
Deer
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a) wtf is aoudad
b) half bacon, half bark would probably taste delectable
c) (some of) those animals are not native to your area, I'll ping you later about that.
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a) wtf is aoudad
b) half bacon, half bark would probably taste delectable
c) (some of) those animals are not native to your area, I'll ping you later about that.
A. A sheep critter. Brungt from Spain or something like that a long time ago.
B. TruDat. Especially with a @vesteroid box of wine
C. Have weapons and can travel. Caribou was a hoot. When you get to the gravel road you only need to keep heading north east for about 13 hours. When we got to the gate I thought it was the gate to get out the north end of Canada. Gator is just south of Myrtle beach S.C. outside Georgetown. Nothing better than an arrow in a prehistoric critter what just wants to eat you. Makes him pretty mad.

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Nothing is obvious with you. I stuck with the standard tin bike from backroads (which is tres comfortable, by the way, even with ****ty 23mm tires pumped up to 110 psi)

Pictures require processing. Which requires Lightroom / Photoshop, which I do NOT have on my work laptop, whch is doing no work at all right now, just serving as a conduit to the external back up drive I bought.

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You're on vacation. Why are you posting here? Gheez. Go enjoy! I'll bet you're checking your work email, too!
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Old 06-02-15, 03:07 PM
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You're on vacation. Why are you posting here? Gheez. Go enjoy! I'll bet you're checking your work email, too!
Uploading my damn awesome strava routes, thought I would check in with the homies while connected to the interwebs.

I have an Italian phone number. I may not come back. You know what's cool about italy?

Every ***** thing.
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I have an Italian phone number. I may not come back. You know what's cool about italy?

Every ***** thing.
Sort of like the SART?
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Uploading my damn awesome strava routes, thought I would check in with the homies while connected to the interwebs.

I have an Italian phone number. I may not come back. You know what's cool about italy?

Every ***** thing.
Nice boxes of bordeaux?
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Originally Posted by IBOHUNT View Post
A. A sheep critter. Brungt from Spain or something like that a long time ago.
B. TruDat. Especially with a @vesteroid box of wine
C. Have weapons and can travel. Caribou was a hoot. When you get to the gravel road you only need to keep heading north east for about 13 hours. When we got to the gate I thought it was the gate to get out the north end of Canada. Gator is just south of Myrtle beach S.C. outside Georgetown. Nothing better than an arrow in a prehistoric critter what just wants to eat you. Makes him pretty mad.

Box of wine my big ole but.... I only drink the good stuff and that comes in barrels.
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Box of wine my big ole but.... I only drink the good stuff and that comes in barrels.
Good to see you back. When you coming out my way so we can root arount the Shenandoah
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Nice boxes of bordeaux?
Not France, italy. Today's adventure will be IN Chianti, and then later we'll taste test the stuff. No boxes evidently.
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Carbo-Load this:



Interesting preparation. You boil the shrimp shells to make a stock, eliminating the need for a lot of oil. Lots of garlic, cilantro and parsley round it out.
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Not France, italy. Today's adventure will be IN Chianti, and then later we'll taste test the stuff. No boxes evidently.
You had to expect it was coming:

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Old 06-03-15, 06:13 AM
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Not France, italy. Today's adventure will be IN Chianti, and then later we'll taste test the stuff. No boxes evidently.

So you will be IN a box of wine.
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I rode my bike yesterday......... oh snap what is this thread about again? Going to Italy so to be able to drink Bordeaux from a box, guess they only import the cheap stuff.

Funniest **** I read all week was on Farcebook where a Defense atty stated that our LBS group rides are cliquish, although he has not been on any since I have been doing them and last nights group ride was rather average with only myself and one other attending. Small town, what can I say. Anyway I wonder which of us is cliquish? Hearsay from a defense atty....
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Interesting preparation. You boil the shrimp shells to make a stock, eliminating the need for a lot of oil. Lots of garlic, cilantro and parsley round it out.
OK, this leads me to a "I've lived in this country for 16 years and can't figure it out" thing. Why leave the tails on shimp in dishes that are clearly designed to be eaten with a utensil? I can see it if they're finger food, but I find it bewildering that I order a curry and it comes with tail-on shrimp in it.
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OK, this leads me to a "I've lived in this country for 16 years and can't figure it out" thing. Why leave the tails on shimp in dishes that are clearly designed to be eaten with a utensil? I can see it if they're finger food, but I find it bewildering that I order a curry and it comes with tail-on shrimp in it.
I can't figure out the green garbage on the plate. What's that supposed to be?

It sure ain't food; that's what food eats...
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OK, this leads me to a "I've lived in this country for 16 years and can't figure it out" thing. Why leave the tails on shimp in dishes that are clearly designed to be eaten with a utensil? I can see it if they're finger food, but I find it bewildering that I order a curry and it comes with tail-on shrimp in it.
Yeah, me neither.

I'll just throw out there... when a group fo friends gets together and they're deciding where to go eat, not one of them will ever say "Hey, let's go have English"

And other unrelated insults - Canada doesn't even have their own country code. They're basically Madison, Wisconsin.
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Yeah, me neither.

I'll just throw out there... when a group fo friends gets together and they're deciding where to go eat, not one of them will ever say "Hey, let's go have English"

And other unrelated insults - Canada doesn't even have their own country code. They're basically Madison, Wisconsin.
Don't go to bashin Canada there son.
Canada is like the United States attic - you forget it's there, but when you get up there, you're like, 'wow, look at all this neat crap!'.
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I'll just throw out there... when a group fo friends gets together and they're deciding where to go eat, not one of them will ever say "Hey, let's go have English"
Reminds me of a time eating dinner in an Irish Pub in Santa Barbara, and overhearing a conversation from the table next to me about how terrible English food is, as they were tucking into their "Irish" dinner of Shephards Pie, Fish and Chips, Steak and Ale pie...
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America where we have ethnic food that the ethnics would not recognize hehe, typical Chinese and Mexican being two examples.....but I guess we have bicycles "made" in like 9 countries that all come from China and Taiwan :-)
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America where we have ethnic food that the ethnics would not recognize hehe, typical Chinese and Mexican being two examples.....but I guess we have bicycles "made" in like 9 countries that all come from China and Taiwan :-)
To be fair, I've eaten Chinese food in a lot of different countries (not including China, have done in Hong Kong while it was still under British rule), and it's different everywhere. I remember in a Chinese restaurant in Spain they obessed about some dish where they poured some kind of super heated rice into a soup bowl, so it sizzled. Never seen that dish before or after, but about half the people in the restaurant ordered the dish. Malaysian Chinese and Indian Chinese food are really good.
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Don't go to bashin Canada there son.
Canada is like the United States attic - you forget it's there, but when you get up there, you're like, 'wow, look at all this neat crap!'.
I would never bash Canada. It's always nice to know if the US ever got invaded, Canada would send their tank to help out.

Touring Canada is on my retirement list. I would love to go see it. I've heard nothing but good things.
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I would never bash Canada. It's always nice to know if the US ever got invaded, Canada would send their tank to help out.

Touring Canada is on my retirement list. I would love to go see it. I've heard nothing but good things.
They have better Chinese food than we do.
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They have better Chinese food than we do.
See, another reason to go!!!
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They have better Chinese food than we do.

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