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Got a half a beef, 30# of bacon, chicken tits, a few hams. Freezer is stuffed! I’ll leave the $50 crab legs to the welfare mamas

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Originally Posted by MarkWV
Two freezers full, buying smart. Got 92% ground beef last night for $1.99/lb, a whole ham for 99 cents/lb. Got some center cut pork chops today for $1.49/lb. Buy cheap and stack deep. Use a vacuum sealer.

This right here


Back when bitches was buyin primers and powder, Slumlord was stacking beef and bacon


Cause I did primers during Clinton 🤨

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Originally Posted by slumlord
Originally Posted by slumlord
I didnt put a single deer in the freezer

I just didnt have time



Nobody taking the stink bait 😃



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Originally Posted by SandBilly
Originally Posted by 7mmMato
We eat a lot of pork in our house. Cheaper and better eating.



Better eating than beef? Nope


I got a mystery package the other day. In it was a jar of someone's homemade dry rub. I put it on a couple 1-3/8" thick pork chops and grilled them up tonight. It was pretty damn good—layers of mild to medium heat with just a touch of sweetness in the background. I need to try it on thinner cuts next, that and fish.


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If you put Taco Bell sauce in your ramen noodles it tastes just like poverty
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Originally Posted by SamOlson
Originally Posted by SandBilly
I got 11 freezers, I freeze whole beefs. Fugg it, trim off what I need.



lol


Mfer trying to steal my flow

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Originally Posted by slumlord
Originally Posted by slumlord
I didnt put a single deer in the freezer

I just didnt have time



Nobody taking the stink bait 😃



Slumlord gives back to his community

The underserved zipcodes of Glocksville. I’m like a local LeBron


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The gimp looks like she might be a hottie.


Originally Posted by 16penny
If you put Taco Bell sauce in your ramen noodles it tastes just like poverty
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Originally Posted by jackmountain
Originally Posted by slumlord
Originally Posted by slumlord
I didnt put a single deer in the freezer

I just didnt have time



Nobody taking the stink bait 😃



Slumlord gives back to his community

The underserved zipcodes of Glocksville. I’m like a local LeBron


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Love the T-Shirt! Free with a $20 donation to the PTL club?


No idea

That’s my taxidermist.

We can ask Happy Camper/Barnabus/RickyD/Superchub if they have the same shirt

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Originally Posted by kingston
Originally Posted by SandBilly
Originally Posted by 7mmMato
We eat a lot of pork in our house. Cheaper and better eating.



Better eating than beef? Nope


I got a mystery package the other day. In it was a jar of someone's homemade dry rub. I put it on a couple 1-3/8" thick pork chops and grilled them up tonight. It was pretty damn good—layers of mild to medium heat with just a touch of sweetness in the background. I need to try it on thinner cuts next, that and fish.


Good deal. I’ve changed it up a bit since then but hopefully for the better. Use it awhile and let me know what you’d like different.


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Originally Posted by slumlord
Originally Posted by SamOlson
Originally Posted by SandBilly
I got 11 freezers, I freeze whole beefs. Fugg it, trim off what I need.



lol


Mfer trying to steal my flow



Lol. You never had flow. 😆


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We've always sent 95% of our steers directly to Cargill. When the packing plants stopped taking steers at the start of covid, we started selling our beef privately. We've been plugging away, and so far we haven't been back to Cargill.

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Ninja please I’m the key to your success

Wait till you get my full Alton review of your season-all on fillet Bar-S hot dogs a-la-king

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Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
My buddy lost his grass so he had to take his bred cows to Miles City.

Bred cows mind.


He average 670 dollars a head.

They were not butter ball fat....but they were skin and bone either.


670!


That's fücking crazy. Poor fügker. How many head? Are they headed for slaughter?


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Originally Posted by slumlord

Ninja please I’m the key to your success

Wait till you get my full Alton review of your season-all on fillet Bar-S hot dogs a-la-king


Lol

I can’t wait


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Originally Posted by keystoneben
We've always sent 95% of our steers directly to Cargill. When the packing plants stopped taking steers at the start of covid, we started selling our beef privately. We've been plugging away, and so far we haven't been back to Cargill.

I figure you’re doing pretty good. Several meat shops have opened around us selling local beef over the last few months. They seem to be busy.

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Originally Posted by Ben_Lurkin
Got a half a beef, 30# of bacon, chicken tits, a few hams. Freezer is stuffed! I’ll leave the $50 crab legs to the welfare mamas


What do you have in the other freezers?

I wasn't kidding.....I have 7 freezers.


Looking for another one.

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I wish I wouldnt have given away my 1976 General Electric 25.3 Cubic Ft a couple yrs ago.


That baby was built solid


6 freezers
2 fridges
3 mini fridges

Oh...and we now have as of last Thurs...a Taylor Swift commercial coca cola beverage cooler

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Originally Posted by slumlord
I wish I wouldnt have given away my 1976 General Electric 25.3 Cubic Ft a couple yrs ago.


That baby was built solid


6 freezers
2 fridges
3 mini fridges

Oh...and we now have as of last Thurs...a Taylor Swift commercial coca cola beverage cooler


I hope you’re Mormon and have 14 kids by 3 wives?



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Most of you can still buy beef cheaper than you could raise it.


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Originally Posted by MarkWV
Two freezers full, buying smart. Got 92% ground beef last night for $1.99/lb, a whole ham for 99 cents/lb. Got some center cut pork chops today for $1.49/lb. Buy cheap and stack deep. Use a vacuum sealer.

Just left the local Freddie’s 90/10 ground chuck $8.99 lb.

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Originally Posted by wabigoon
Most of you can still buy beef cheaper than you could raise it.


Most of the idiots on here couldn’t raise $1.25 to buy a senior coffee and a sausage biscuit off the dollar menu at McDonalds Wabi.



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