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Recipes & Cooking - Cleaning & Preparation Jump to new posts
Re: Wild hog bacon? panKo 2 minutes ago
You'll be hard pressed to get sliceable bacon, but you can certainly cure and smoke fattier bellies to produce a really good "bacon flavored product". I'll often make pancetta (cured, unsmoked belly) and even smoked belly to use diced up wherever you need bacon. Fatty, acorn-fed hogs are best for this. To get slices, you'd need a monster hog - probably a sow - and it would need to have been eating really well.
A simple cure of salt, pepper, brown sugar and molasses (or maple syrup) for a few days followed by a warm smoke in the 180 degree range will yield some pretty good stuff.
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DIY Jump to new posts
Lead paint removal Cow_doc.308 2 minutes ago
Last year I bought a bunch of antique doors from a house that was being torn down. The plan is to use some of these in our new house that were about to start construction on.

Yesterday I was going to start stripping the 8 layers of paint off, but a lead test turned red immediately.

My plan is to strip the paint with chemical stripper and heat as needed then sand if I have to.

My question is, can these doors, once cleaned of old paint, be stained and sealed and be safe to use?
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Re: NASCAR beaversnipe 6 minutes ago
The Tesla on ludicrous mode beats a nascar 0 to 60
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Gun Dogs Jump to new posts
Re: Deutsch-Drahthaar or Pudelpointer LarryCopper 8 minutes ago
I don't think you can go wrong with either choice. It is exactly what I narrowed mine down to a couple three years ago. After going through all the research that you are new, they are a lot more alike than they are different. The main thing that I heard a lot was that the PP has a more consistent disposition. The DD can vary a lot more, whether its shy or aggressive.

I went with PP and couldn't be happier. I do love her coat, too. I duck hunt a lot and she is the most naturally camo'd dog I've ever hunted with, blends in perfectly. The wife loves that she doesn't shed at all, too.

Good luck with whatever you decide to do.

My two cents.
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Re: Deferred adjudication questions Jimbo1 9 minutes ago
Originally Posted by bigbob_ftw
it will also show up if your getting a security clearance.

It sure will!
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Recipes & Cooking - Cleaning & Preparation Jump to new posts
Re: Sunday Morning Fix Herbie Hancock 9 minutes ago
Man I thought I enjoyed pepper, you put me to shame!
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Re: Coffee's on wake up THF PMK 10 minutes ago
Originally Posted by Lakhota
Morning
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Re: forget the straps, go old school with rope redchevy 11 minutes ago
Ive got a piece of 1.5 inch diameter hemp rope that is about 100 yards long. We call it the pope rope. My grandfather worked for the county when the Pope came to San Antonio in the late 80's/early 90's. They used miles of that rope to rope off seating areas etc. and when he left and it was over didn't have a use for it. Grandpa took a shart ton of it home and gave some to all his son/son in laws.

Its drug my old truck out of a creek, tractors and lord knows what else. stored inside its still in great shape.
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Varmint & Small Game Hunting Jump to new posts
Re: Avg. coon weight? der Teufel 12 minutes ago
Almost as big as the mosquitoes.
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Wild Hog & Javelina Hunting Jump to new posts
Re: Before and after der Teufel 14 minutes ago
Looks good to me!

For some reason my rifle always seems to shoot at the largest available hog. Not sure why that happens …

Still, the ol' meat grinder is a great equalizer — they all come out the same.

Keep After 'Em! banana
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Re: Monday Music freerange 15 minutes ago
Originally Posted by pegasaurus


"Shouting and shooting, I cant let them catch me"!!! Now if that doesn't give you goose bumps then you aren't wired like me. Probably not as old either. Thanks pegasaurus.
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Recipes & Cooking - Cleaning & Preparation Jump to new posts
Re: One of the reasons I love to hunt and fish PMK 20 minutes ago
Originally Posted by Jimbo1
Originally Posted by SnakeWrangler
That’s awesome the way you have everything organized....I’m gonna borrow that idea.... up

Wish my wife was this organized!

agree ... mine too
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non-hunting CLASSIFIEDS Jump to new posts
Re: FS: HP Elitebook 735 G5 Laptop Mojo72 21 minutes ago
Still available
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Recipes & Cooking - Cleaning & Preparation Jump to new posts
Re: Easy Supper PMK 21 minutes ago
up
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non-hunting CLASSIFIEDS Jump to new posts
Older electronics-free-must take all texasgal 26 minutes ago
I found an box of older electronics in the bottom of a closet. Instead of throwing away, I thought I would see if anyone might be I interested.

Must take the whole box for free or pay for the item you want.
At the time they went I. The box everything was working, I just upgraded. BUT no guarantees, no warranties, no returns. It is what it is.
Would prefer not to ship, but if you insist, you pay.

And last, I won't answer a lot of questions about items - remember FREE.
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Exotic Hunting Jump to new posts
Re: Great Deal on Trophy Blackbuck Hunts FamousAmos 29 minutes ago
$1,500 is a great deal?? How much is your regular rate?
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Migratory Bird Hunting Jump to new posts
Re: Doves are massive this time of year LarryCopper 30 minutes ago
Just so we're clear...

This Eurasian is always in season

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Not this one

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Trading Post - Swap - Classifieds Jump to new posts
Re: DEER STAND BASES oozzyy 32 minutes ago
TTT
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Firearms Sales, Trades and Gunsmithing Jump to new posts
Re: FT-Win Mod 70 Super Grade w/Leupold VX3i Fastcrj 33 minutes ago
Any price if you decide to sell it?
Thx,

Randy
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Trading Post - Swap - Classifieds Jump to new posts
Re: +++Redding 28 Nosler Competition Seater Die+++ $70 5Redman8 33 minutes ago
up
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Trading Post - Swap - Classifieds Jump to new posts
WTB A/M Trigger Rem 700 jast86 33 minutes ago
Looking for an Aftermarket Trigger for short action Remington 700

Thanks
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non-hunting CLASSIFIEDS Jump to new posts
+++Solid Wood Farmhouse Rustic Table+++ 5Redman8 33 minutes ago
Solid Wood Farmhouse Rustic Table

L48" x W48" x H30"

Alder wood top.

Beautiful table and it often get compliments but just does not fit out nook well. We are having another built just like it but smaller.

$325 in or near Poetry, Royse City, Rockwall, Mesquite

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Re: college wrestling anyone? Wytex 34 minutes ago
Originally Posted by nsmike
I'm not big into wrestling but my alma mater the University of Minnesota is usually pretty good. My cousin, that lives in Grapevine, has a kid that wrestles at Wyoming who is pretty highly ranked..


That would be Brian, he's a big guy.
We are in the Big 12 for wrestling and have a great team.
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Re: Electric weed eater MO 34 minutes ago
http://thebadgerhead.com/

regardless of the weed eater , this is the best accessory on the market . (IMHO )

I hate string cutter heads, this unit uses either short replaceable , heavy duty strings or plastic blades. I have only use the blads so far.
the blades or string can be switched out in seconds,

good luck

MO
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Recipes & Cooking - Cleaning & Preparation Jump to new posts
Re: Cast Iron Recipes Book PMK 35 minutes ago
Originally Posted by Cast
Make some potato cakes from leftover mashed taters. Add chopped onion and egg, salt and pepper. Yum!

love those ... had potatoes for every meal at home until I left for college. potato cakes (potato pancakes) were good at breakfast, lunch or dinner.
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