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Discussion in 'The Great Outdoors' started by Renault, Nov 28, 2014.

  1. greatestescaper

    greatestescaper One of the Regulars

    Oh, I completely understand. I knew we had them just south of here, it's just interesting how suddenly they're everywhere. I will be building a smoke house.
     
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  2. If I lived in wild hog country that's exactly what I would do. I remember visiting Mt. Vernon. Washington's old smoke house still smells of hams and bacon after two hundred years. When I went hunting in Parkfield, CA we would stay across the street from the Parkfield Café. Walking into that place, all you had to do is take a deep breath and you were ready to eat the table! Gawd, the thought of a smoke house gets me dreaming.
     
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  3. greatestescaper

    greatestescaper One of the Regulars

    A friend of mine has an old smoker I liberated. We used it for my wedding dinner and it stayed a my place for a few months. A vagrant breeze would bring smells that had me drooling like Pavlov's dog. There's nothing like it. And if the smell of ham dinner is telling as to the smell of smoking hams, sausage, and such, I can hardly wait. I'm also keen on making some of the cured Italian meats that I grew up with. I've got an idea for an insulated curing shed.
     
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  4. Speck and prosciutto are essential!
     
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  5. niv

    niv New in Town

    I've had some of that Nilgai, both as Brats and hamburger, and it is/was wonderful! Many thanks for your generosity, Renault, my friend!
     
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  6. IMG_5410.JPG About 3 weeks ago now.
     
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  7. Big Man

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  8. The 1895 rifle 3rd from left. .35 WCF. Its an elk killer! Complete with a Lyman #21 receiver sight! I can see the sights! :D
     
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