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18 hours ago, RebelSS said:

It was? where'd ya hear that?

I vas dere at da dinner table.  Beef and pork grown by  my uncle outside Hawkins Wisconsin.   Moose (plural) shot by my dad and his hunting buddy.  

As for the corn, I looked around while visiting my uncle several times a year while growing up.  No corn in that country at that time. 

16 hours ago, PurpleFloyd said:

Pictures or it didn't happen

No pictures around from the 50's 60's and 70's.  The idea of taking pictures of plates of food is sort of recent, eh? 

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16 hours ago, delcecchi said:

No pictures around from the 50's 60's and 70's.  The idea of taking pictures of plates of food is sort of recent, eh

Not at all. Although food that's overcooked so it's dry and chewy doesn't get celebrated with photos even today. :lol:

So an update. 

Got a call from the world famous Schmidt's meat market in Nicollet that it's ready to pick up. $75 for cutting it up and hanging weight was 250 pounds. Coat of the meat is $1.20 a pound which is more than commodity pork but I don't mind paying more for locally grown meat. 

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55 minutes ago, PurpleFloyd said:

Not at all. Although food that's overcooked so it's dry and chewy doesn't get celebrated with photos even today. :lol:

So an update. 

Got a call from the world famous Schmidt's meat market in Nicollet that it's ready to pick up. $75 for cutting it up and hanging weight was 250 pounds. Coat of the meat is $1.20 a pound which is more than commodity pork but I don't mind paying more for locally grown meat. 

 

Photos of the first chops cooked, please...

 

 

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1 hour ago, PurpleFloyd said:

Not at all. Although food that's overcooked so it's dry and chewy doesn't get celebrated with photos even today. :lol:

So an update. 

Got a call from the world famous Schmidt's meat market in Nicollet that it's ready to pick up. $75 for cutting it up and hanging weight was 250 pounds. Coat of the meat is $1.20 a pound which is more than commodity pork but I don't mind paying more for locally grown meat. 

that's a good meat market!!

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5 hours ago, PurpleFloyd said:

Gaga only wears free range meat dresses. The other one I posted was clearly corporate meat. 

Ahh......meat from critters raised in hovels and squalor. I should have guessed. :grin:

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47 minutes ago, RebelSS said:

Ahh......meat from critters raised in hovels and squalor. I should have guessed. :grin:

Not sure about the hovels and squalor, but pretty sure Gaga is a free ranger....:D

 

 

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What??! Good thing they said puppies instead of     

 

Cripes. This site BLEEPS/changes everything.  Kindergarten again. Can't even say 

 

 

 

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12 hours ago, RebelSS said:

What??! Good thing they said puppies instead of     

 

Cripes. This site BLEEPS/changes everything.  Kindergarten again. Can't even say 

 

 

 

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You can still say pulled pork so I suppose we should stick to the subject at hand.

Anyone here ever make buckboard bacon?

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