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Old 01-12-2008, 05:10 PM
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Thanks Bullmoose...here is the story yes I am a vegetarian. I have been for 25 years. It is hard to change something that you have been for so long. I love to hunt and I love to cook. I would love to try some good old meat but just a little nervous on how my body is going to react. But I love what I do and that will never change Just hope no one holds that against me
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Old 01-12-2008, 05:12 PM
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Why would anyone hold meat against you??? I don't think that is very sanitary!
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Old 01-13-2008, 12:34 AM
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Why would anyone hold meat against you??? I don't think that is very sanitary!
that is funny.............
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Old 01-20-2008, 12:52 AM
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man, I am hungry for peanut butter cookies....does anyone know how to bake good cookies.....
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Old 01-20-2008, 01:05 AM
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man, I am hungry for peanut butter cookies....does anyone know how to bake good cookies.....


Look in a cookbook........

Get your wife to bake you some..........

At the store...........
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Old 01-20-2008, 01:08 AM
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Believe it or not I can make some good peanut butter cookies...
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Old 01-20-2008, 07:53 AM
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man, I am hungry for peanut butter cookies....does anyone know how to bake good cookies.....
gotta try these...especially if you like oatmeal or peanut butter cookies. Can't go wrong with Paula Deen recipes.

http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/reci..._32570,00.html

They are loaded with oatmeal and peanut butter, so they are healthy (if you ignore all the sugar, chocolate chips, etc.)
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Old 01-20-2008, 11:27 AM
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How about a recipe forum??

Ingredients

4-5 lbs of Fresh Roadkill (Skunk is preferred but any will work equally well)
Entrails of an Adult Mule Deer
2 Cups Bear Scat (You may substitute 4 Cups of Elk Scat if Bear are less abundant in your WMU)
1 Cup Cover Scent (Use whatever is common for your area)
1 Salt Lick
8 oz Bottle of Buck Urine
3 Cups of Porcupine Quills (For those of you from the southwest, cactus spines may be substituted)
1/2 Cup Deer Droppings
1/4 Cup Bear Attractant
3/4 Cup Doe Estrus
1/2 Gallon of Jack Daniels
1 - 12 Pack of Coors Light

Cooking Supplies

2-Five Gallon Pails
1-Two Quart Sauce Pan

Directions

Let the Roadkill hang for 3-4 days in 70 degree weather until the meat begins to tenderize. You will easily know when this is ready due to the smell. It should make you catch your breath and bring your eyes to a water. (Use the five gallon pail if you get sick)

Have a Coors Light with a Jack Daniels chaser.

To create the marinate combine the deer droppings, bear attractant, and buck urine in a small sauce pan over low heat (Remember it is already cooked and only needs to be warmed up). Gradually add the Cover Scent, stirring constantly with a wire whisk until well blended. Cover the pan and let stand. This may be mixed up the evening before as timing for this marinate is not critical.

Have a Coors Light with a Jack Daniels chaser.

In a separate 5 Gallon Pail arrange the Roadkill on the bottom in a single layer. Place the entrails loosely in the pail and place the salt lick in the center.

Sprinkle the Bear Scat over the top and pour the Doe Estrus into the pail brushing it over the top until the Bear Scat is evenly covered. Cover the pail securely and let it stand in direct sunlight for 2 hours inverting frequently to mix the ingredients.

Have a Coors Light with a Jack Daniels chaser.
Read a Hunting Magazine.
Have a Coors Light with a Jack Daniels chaser.
Watch a Hunting Show.
Have a Coors Light with a Jack Daniels chaser.
(Use the five gallon pail if you get sick)

Carefully open the pail and pour the marinate over the top of the prepared mixture. Pour the contents of the other pail over the top if you were sick earlier. Sprinke the Porcupine Quills on top, cover securely again and shake vigorously to thoroughly mix the ingredients.

Sit back and relax with a Coors Light and a Jack Daniels chaser.

Your stew is ready to be served immediately however it is better if you are able to let it stand in the sun for one more day.


Serving Suggestions


Find a poachers vehicle with the window left open even slightly. Hold the pail securely in both hands. Remove the cover of the pail and lift up to shoulder level being careful not to spill any on your cloths. Pour quickly onto the front seat of the vehicle making sure that you tip up the pail ensure the entire contents are used. Quickly exit the area making sure that you do not leave the pail behind as you can reuse the same pail for another serving should you run into another poacher. You can set up your tree stand or groundhide nearby to see the response but if you do please bring your video camera so that you can share the fun.

Get together with friends and finish off the rest of the Jack Daniels and Coors Light while you share stories and watch the day's video.

It is important to note that the Poacher's Stew can be served up equally as well to tresspassers. I do recommend making up more than one batch at once so that you can be ready for the poacher's friends should they try to hunt your area.



Note: This is a joke... Don't try this at home.
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Old 01-20-2008, 11:42 AM
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Excuse me while I go vomit.

That "Poacher's Stew" is thoroughly disgusting!!!! I LOVE IT!!! LMAO!!!!!
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Old 01-20-2008, 05:15 PM
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Come on monie, you know you would eat it.........yuck....
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