Q & A: Cats or Dogs?

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Re: Q & A: Cats or Dogs?

Postby Just Old Al » Tue Mar 14, 2017 10:33 am

Sgt. Howard wrote:Regarding YipYapYip caffeinated canines- I have recipes...


I have said it before and will again - if it has a face, you have a recipe for it. :)
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Re: Q & A: Cats or Dogs?

Postby Sgt. Howard » Tue Mar 14, 2017 9:22 pm

Just Old Al wrote:
Sgt. Howard wrote:Regarding YipYapYip caffeinated canines- I have recipes...


I have said it before and will again - if it has a face, you have a recipe for it. :)


... you say that like it's a bad thing...
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Re: Q & A: Cats or Dogs?

Postby Typeminer » Tue Mar 14, 2017 9:28 pm

One time when I was in the scouts, a few of us were sent to pick up something for a patrol project.

We ring the doorbell, and a yappy little chihuahua comes storming the storm door from inside. Just yapping and bouncing off the door like it's about to explode.

Kid next to me, tough little guy about two years younger, looks at the dog, looks at us, and straight deadpan observes, "Well I'll be damned. These people have a trained rat to answer the door for them."
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Re: Q & A: Cats or Dogs?

Postby Dave » Tue Mar 14, 2017 10:54 pm

Sgt. Howard wrote:
Just Old Al wrote:I have said it before and will again - if it has a face, you have a recipe for it. :)

... you say that like it's a bad thing...

Seen any nutria up that way to test your recipes on? Or does it get cold enough where you are, that frostbitten tails are a limiting factor for them?
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Re: Q & A: Cats or Dogs?

Postby Typeminer » Wed Mar 15, 2017 10:36 pm

Dave wrote:Seen any nutria up that way to test your recipes on? Or does it get cold enough where you are, that frostbitten tails are a limiting factor for them?


I heard they trapped them all to make aspartame. :shock:
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Re: Q & A: Cats or Dogs?

Postby Sgt. Howard » Thu Mar 16, 2017 11:47 pm

Typeminer wrote:
Dave wrote:Seen any nutria up that way to test your recipes on? Or does it get cold enough where you are, that frostbitten tails are a limiting factor for them?


I heard they trapped them all to make aspartame. :shock:


Naw... and there's still plenty here to work with. Skin and gut in the usual fashion- save the pile for fish bait, works great. Slow roast with a decent BBQ sauce at 325 degrees for twenty minutes, turn and finish in ten. One to a plate. OR- marinate in red wine for two days and broil for 25 minutes. OR bone and chunk, brown on a skillet in butter and throw into a chili (my favorite).

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Re: Q & A: Cats or Dogs?

Postby TazManiac » Sat Mar 18, 2017 12:16 am

Dave wrote:Seen any Nutria up that way to test your recipes on? Or does it get cold enough where you are, that frostbitten tails are a limiting factor for them?


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Re: Q & A: Cats or Dogs?

Postby Just Old Al » Mon Mar 20, 2017 8:25 am

Sgt. Howard wrote:]
Dave wrote:Seen any nutria up that way to test your recipes on? Or does it get cold enough where you are, that frostbitten tails are a limiting factor for them?


Naw... and there's still plenty here to work with. Skin and gut in the usual fashion- save the pile for fish bait, works great. Slow roast with a decent BBQ sauce at 325 degrees for twenty minutes, turn and finish in ten. One to a plate. OR- marinate in red wine for two days and broil for 25 minutes. OR bone and chunk, brown on a skillet in butter and throw into a chili (my favorite).

Questions?


I wouldn't have thought it worth the effort. One per plate hardly sounds nutriatious....never mind filling.
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Re: Q & A: Cats or Dogs?

Postby Just Old Al » Mon Mar 20, 2017 8:54 am

TazManiac wrote:
Dave wrote:Seen any Nutria up that way to test your recipes on? Or does it get cold enough where you are, that frostbitten tails are a limiting factor for them?


R.O.U.S.


Nah - that gets the rotisserie treatment...too big for an oven roast.
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Re: Q & A: Cats or Dogs?

Postby Typeminer » Mon Mar 20, 2017 6:06 pm

Y'know what's the difference between a gerbil and a hamster?

More dark meat on a hamster. :mrgreen:

(Believe it was Roy Blount Jr. that I stole that from 8-) )
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Re: Q & A: Cats or Dogs?

Postby Dave » Mon Mar 20, 2017 6:21 pm

Just Old Al wrote:I wouldn't have thought it worth the effort. One per plate hardly sounds nutriatious....never mind filling.

I would say that you ought to feed the Pun Jar, but I'm not certain it would appreciate whatever you might cook up for it... :shock:
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Re: Q & A: Cats or Dogs?

Postby Just Old Al » Tue Mar 21, 2017 6:29 am

Dave wrote:
Just Old Al wrote:I wouldn't have thought it worth the effort. One per plate hardly sounds nutriatious....never mind filling.

I would say that you ought to feed the Pun Jar, but I'm not certain it would appreciate whatever you might cook up for it... :shock:


Al promptly deposits a plate of lovely creamed chipped possum on toasted Wonder Bread, with a side of collard greens...and 3 cases of Tums.
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Re: Q & A: Cats or Dogs?

Postby Sgt. Howard » Tue Mar 21, 2017 12:50 pm

Better meat-to-bone ratio than a rock Cornish game hen...
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Re: Q & A: Cats or Dogs?

Postby DinkyInky » Fri Apr 28, 2017 6:13 pm

Just Old Al wrote:
Dave wrote:
Just Old Al wrote:I wouldn't have thought it worth the effort. One per plate hardly sounds nutriatious....never mind filling.

I would say that you ought to feed the Pun Jar, but I'm not certain it would appreciate whatever you might cook up for it... :shock:


Al promptly deposits a plate of lovely creamed chipped possum on toasted Wonder Bread, with a side of collard greens...and 3 cases of Tums.
I remember what happened to the last tin of Creamed Possum... :evil: :twisted: :lol:
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Re: Q & A: Cats or Dogs?

Postby Just Old Al » Fri Apr 28, 2017 8:10 pm

DinkyInky wrote:I remember what happened to the last tin of Creamed Possum... :evil: :twisted: :lol:


Stunk up the refectory at 2 for DAYS. Sarge swore it had gone bad in the can...we knew better. It was bad when it went INTO the can.

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Re: Q & A: Cats or Dogs?

Postby Dave » Fri Apr 28, 2017 8:51 pm

"We have met the enemy, and he is OH GOD GET THAT OUT OF HERE RIGHT NOW!!!"

Goes especially well with poached pogie, I understand.
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Re: Q & A: Cats or Dogs?

Postby Hansontoons » Fri Apr 28, 2017 9:25 pm

Friend of mine had a can with "Road Kill" on the label along with a list of humorous ingredients, it was a joke shop purchase. There was actually something inside. We were afraid to open it.

He passed away a while back, the can was probably removed from his storage when the Waco, Tx bomb squad came to investigate the practice grenade that his brother came across while removing things. My friend was a Vietnam vet, so his brother had reason for caution... not that my friend was of the mind to be dangerous, just that there was no telling what souvenirs he had kept. I still have the one he gave me, my daughter knows it is not the real deal. :)

I would have liked to have been offered his boot with Willie Nelson's autograph. My friend was in Austin and saw Willie perform in a crowded club. Somehow he managed to reach a spot close to the stage and met Willie after he finished a set. Of course, he asked for Willie's autograph but had no paper. So as he was a quick thinker, he pulled one of his boots off and handed it over for the autograph. Willie obliged and left with a smile on his face. Or the story goes...
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Re: Q & A: Cats or Dogs?

Postby TazManiac » Sat Apr 29, 2017 12:10 am

'Willy Nelson, Kick'n Ass...'

It just seems so appropriate.
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