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Hot bowl of Aoudad chili on the first cool front of the year.

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Looks great. Waiting for the first cool down


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I'd LOVE to try that confused2


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Originally Posted by CitySlickerHunter
I'd LOVE to try that confused2


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Originally Posted by CitySlickerHunter
I'd LOVE to try that confused2



X2. I shot a big male 25 yrs ago. I ate the whole thing in bbq cuts, & stews etc. We were poor and didn’t waste much, it was not good at all (tuff & gamey) so I haven’t shot another one since. We didn’t have a meat grinder, that would have been nice back then lol. Thinking about giving them another try. I’ve learned a few things since then. That bowl looks fantastic.

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clap Looks good !

I'm in the same boat as Bill, waiting for the first cool down. yawn

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Originally Posted by skinnerback
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I'd LOVE to try that confused2



X2. I shot a big male 25 yrs ago. I ate the whole thing in bbq cuts, & stews etc. We were poor and didn’t waste much, it was not good at all (tuff & gamey) so I haven’t shot another one since. We didn’t have a meat grinder, that would have been nice back then lol. Thinking about giving them another try. I’ve learned a few things since then. That bowl looks fantastic.



This was a mature ewe, I have been pleasantly surprised.
Been real good eating.
I had and still have people that tell me that they are trash, leave rn for buzzards, can’t eat em, blah blah blah.
But this ewe has really been good.
My wife even enjoys it.

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nicely done

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That looks amazing. Some awesome belly warming food right there! We had our cold front, and all the associated damages. Tore down a lot of trees. Wind around 70+ here, and over 100 at my daughters in Salt Lake City. She's still without power 24 hours later. Chili you can warm up on the camp stove. smile

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Originally Posted by mbavo
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I'd LOVE to try that confused2



X2. I shot a big male 25 yrs ago. I ate the whole thing in bbq cuts, & stews etc. We were poor and didn’t waste much, it was not good at all (tuff & gamey) so I haven’t shot another one since. We didn’t have a meat grinder, that would have been nice back then lol. Thinking about giving them another try. I’ve learned a few things since then. That bowl looks fantastic.



This was a mature ewe, I have been pleasantly surprised.
Been real good eating.
I had and still have people that tell me that they are trash, leave rn for buzzards, can’t eat em, blah blah blah.
But this ewe has really been good.
My wife even enjoys it.



Awesome. I'd like to try a ewe and a ram again now. I bet he'd make some excellent chili and sausages. up

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Originally Posted by Blank
That looks amazing. Some awesome belly warming food right there! We had our cold front, and all the associated damages. Tore down a lot of trees. Wind around 70+ here, and over 100 at my daughters in Salt Lake City. She's still without power 24 hours later. Chili you can warm up on the camp stove. smile



Dang, sorry to hear about the storm.
Hope it gets better.

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Looks great. Waiting for the first cool down


Got a little cool down this morning.


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Originally Posted by bill oxner
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Looks great. Waiting for the first cool down


Got a little cool down this morning.


Looks great. I almost made the same thing last night. We have a low of 50° this a.m. and the wind is blowing pretty good. I love cold weather.

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food as usual.


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Having chili tonight.


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Perfect day for that with this 'Texas cold front'.

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Looks great Had to settle for a chili dog myself.


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I love eating chili year round, doesn't have to be cold for me.


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Originally Posted by mbavo
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I'd LOVE to try that confused2



X2. I shot a big male 25 yrs ago. I ate the whole thing in bbq cuts, & stews etc. We were poor and didn’t waste much, it was not good at all (tuff & gamey) so I haven’t shot another one since. We didn’t have a meat grinder, that would have been nice back then lol. Thinking about giving them another try. I’ve learned a few things since then. That bowl looks fantastic.



This was a mature ewe, I have been pleasantly surprised.
Been real good eating.
I had and still have people that tell me that they are trash, leave rn for buzzards, can’t eat em, blah blah blah.
But this ewe has really been good.
My wife even enjoys it.


Lots of folks say the same thing about wild pigs....I'd try one.

Looks really good Sir!


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I'd LOVE to try that confused2



X2. I shot a big male 25 yrs ago. I ate the whole thing in bbq cuts, & stews etc. We were poor and didn’t waste much, it was not good at all (tuff & gamey) so I haven’t shot another one since. We didn’t have a meat grinder, that would have been nice back then lol. Thinking about giving them another try. I’ve learned a few things since then. That bowl looks fantastic.



This was a mature ewe, I have been pleasantly surprised.
Been real good eating.
I had and still have people that tell me that they are trash, leave rn for buzzards, can’t eat em, blah blah blah.
But this ewe has really been good.
My wife even enjoys it.


Lots of folks say the same thing about wild pigs....I'd try one.

Looks really good Sir!


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That looks great! Needs some beans and fritos...

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You can even make a bowl of chili look good.

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Made some chili myself last night.
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