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    It was pretty big but yes it was this years lambName:  FC694F51-8773-48C6-9775-D976DB59999C.jpeg
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Size:  769.0 KB it was one of these three, the others are in the freezer. Two in mine and I killed one for a mate.
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    @2post Shit they look like Hoggets, were the ewes lambed in March ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by madjon_ View Post
    Slow cooked pork shoulderAttachment 99861
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    In the cook Im assuming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moa Hunter View Post
    @2post Shit they look like Hoggets, were the ewes lambed in March ??
    Im not sure when they lambed as Im now a city slicker and bought them from a local farmer that farms near where I grew up. They were not fully grown though. I wish I weighed them now.
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    Blue cod portions(yes I had to portion the fillets) seasoned and beer battered with a nice fresh salad.


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    Just had a really nice beef burger in Nelson after a day on Pelorus and Kenepuru sounds. Waved to Pengy as I passed by Cable Bay Road and said hi and waved to VC, StIngray and Mikee as I cruised on through Nelson to the hotel. Of up to Kaiteriteri? first thing in the morning to take a boat trip around the Abel Tasman but will be back in a couple of days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Just had a really nice beef burger in Nelson after a day on Pelorus and Kenepuru sounds. Waved to Pengy as I passed by Cable Bay Road and said hi and waved to VC, StIngray and Mikee as I cruised on through Nelson to the hotel. Of up to Kaiteriteri? first thing in the morning to take a boat trip around the Abel Tasman but will be back in a couple of days.
    Well and trully warm enough for kingfish to be anywhere in the bay now and snapper will be comming back on the bite after spawning.
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    Been a good start to the summer spearfishing season. Few good fish over the break. Did some missions to new spots diving motiti, astrolabe, raus with the highlight being a day at white island.

    Freezers are full and food has been epic over the break. Dinners have been mean.

    Highlights food wise were the paua fritters(havent had fresh paua in ages) and the boarfish. Boarfish is super rare to find and may be one of the best eating fish I've ever had.

    Even made some bacon.

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    Boar fish bacon?

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    Home alone tonight just as well as I got given this today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSL View Post
    Boar fish bacon?
    Haha may be next time.

    There is a bloke in Ausi who does all sorts of dry aged fish. Does bacon, ham all sorts.

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    Home made - sort of - pad Thai.
    Rather nice to, plus got 2 thumbs up by the daughter - so a win
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    Please excuse spelling, as finger speed is sometimes behind brain spped........ Or maybe the other wayy.....

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    Last night had my first go at cooking and eating octopus.

    20 min simmer with lemons and limes garlic and salt in the water.



    Was alright... meaty but not chewy but not particularly flavorful so diced up and into a marinade in the fridge for a couple of hours then on the bbq.



    Wow what a difference! It really takes on the marinade flavors and was bloody good.



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    Just prove I don't only cook Asian food.... a nice scotch on bone....Name:  IMAG4254.jpg
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    Actually just at the beginning of cooking it
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    Good looking batter

 

 

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