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    Quote Originally Posted by MSL View Post
    Farmed venison?
    No tall fences in sight but plenty of grass in the paddocks!

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    Wifey made some butter chicken for the first time ever(I know chicken right!)
    Anyway as with all the spice in there it would taste like something so after the family ate I added a couple of chopped chilly to the wok....still not feeling it....a very small dob of mad dog woke it up!



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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Wifey made some butter chicken for the first time ever(I know chicken right!)
    Anyway as with all the spice in there it would taste like something so after the family ate I added a couple of chopped chilly to the wok....still not feeling it....a very small dob of mad dog woke it up!



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    Good to see it being used for actual food! And not just setting up mates
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    While the wife sliced up a few duck breasts @Ryan_Songhurst we fed on duck snitchzel with pom pomsand watties
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beaker View Post
    Good to see it being used for actual food! And not just setting up mates
    What do you mean!! The first vid with your shipment was of me eating it on Pizza! I had another mate try a bit on Friday, was pretty funny to watch
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibo View Post
    What do you mean!! The first vid with your shipment was of me eating it on Pizza! I had another mate try a bit on Friday, was pretty funny to watch
    Oh yeah!
    Please excuse spelling, as finger speed is sometimes behind brain spped........ Or maybe the other wayy.....

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    Brunch. @Shearers Salmon didnt even make it to the freezer.
    Toasted Ciabatta,streaky bacon,camembert,tomato.

    Well done Wifey.



    Was very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Brunch. @Shearers Salmon didnt even make it to the freezer.
    Toasted Ciabatta,streaky bacon,camembert,tomato.

    Well done Wifey.



    Was very nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    You are definitely a class act VC.
    Wifey made that lot Rushy.

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    @veitnamcam. The flounder never made it to the freezer either.
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    Fish and chips for dinner.
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    Me: "hey honey breakfasts ready"
    She: "I'm not hungry".....

    O Ummm Ahhh guess I'll have to go shovel the 6inches of snow of the drive and find more firewood to burn it off
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    Somewhere under the bacon spaghetti and scrambled eggs is some toast
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    Quote Originally Posted by 223nut View Post
    Me: "hey honey breakfasts ready"
    She: "I'm not hungry".....

    O Ummm Ahhh guess I'll have to go shovel the 6inches of snow of the drive and find more firewood to burn it off
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    Somewhere under the bacon spaghetti and scrambled eggs is some toast
    You won't have to eat for a week.

    I was once served easily a dozen poached eggs and same amount of bacon on 2 bits of toast because people didn't show up to an organised breakfast.

    I thought it was a joke but the cook got quite annoyed when I only managed to put away a 1/3 of it.


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    Was 8mscrambled eggs, managed 2/3 of it but the dogs did get the leftovers

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    I need some advice guys. Went for a shoot on Saturday evening, got another duck and a couple pheasant's. Gave 1 pheasant away. and now im left with what to do with this for dinner? Ideas?
    My last bird i treated just like a chicken and made a thai green curry out of it. This i want it to be a pheasant dinner.

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    I'm either going to marinade it in a chinese 5 spice, soy, honey, garlic overnight and grill it on the bbq. Or roast it on a bed of kumara, pumpkin and onions. But they're just other ways i do chickens...
    shot this through the wing and neck so I've saved a lot of meat from damage with a tin ass shot.
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