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I'm not much for sardines either. I'll tear up a tin of smoked oysters however.

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Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
You think thats bad???


I dont see what all the fuss is over Brisket!


I agree its just bad.

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Originally Posted by bubbajay
Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
You think thats bad???


I dont see what all the fuss is over Brisket!


I agree its just bad.

Either you've not had it done right, or you have serious personal flaws. grin


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Originally Posted by mathman
Originally Posted by bubbajay
Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
You think thats bad???


I dont see what all the fuss is over Brisket!


I agree its just bad.

Either you've not had it done right, or you have serious personal flaws. grin

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but it's all tasty when done right.


Don't like brisket............................................




Grind it up and make sausage with it. laugh


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Originally Posted by mathman
Originally Posted by bubbajay
Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
You think thats bad???


I dont see what all the fuss is over Brisket!


I agree its just bad.

Either you've not had it done right, or you have serious personal flaws. grin

I have lots of flaws

personal

impersonal


What's that got to do with liking tomatoes.


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Originally Posted by mathman
I'm not much for sardines either. I'll tear up a tin of smoked oysters however.
Have you found any that are not from farmed/managed Chinese fisheries?


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Originally Posted by ironbender
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I'm not much for sardines either. I'll tear up a tin of smoked oysters however.
Have you found any that are not from farmed/managed Chinese fisheries?

They exist, but I haven't got my hands on them.

https://buy.taylorshellfishfarms.com/ekone-canned-products/original-ekone-smoked-oysters/

https://stjeans.com/product/pacific-smoked-oysters/


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Originally Posted by slumlord
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So a grilled sausage poboy isn't on your radar.

Well, if you don't like it then you don't like it.

Me? I can't stand tomato on a sandwich.


Oh yeah??

Well screw your nasty tree bark flavored stagnant roof gutter dark beer

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Originally Posted by Valsdad
Originally Posted by mathman
So a grilled sausage poboy isn't on your radar.

Well, if you don't like it then you don't like it.

Me? I can't stand tomato on a sandwich.
Sliced with a little salt on the slices as a side on the plate at least?

If you're not allergic.............................................


then one does not have the right to not "like" tomatoes. wink

Pop a few right off the plant ripe Sun Golds into his mouth and mathman will come around.



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Originally Posted by RUM7
Smoked wild game sausage is the shiz-nit.
As long as it has a bunch of farm pig fat mixed into it....
Venison sausages. I live for it.

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Originally Posted by Scott_Thornley
Originally Posted by Valsdad
Originally Posted by mathman
So a grilled sausage poboy isn't on your radar.

Well, if you don't like it then you don't like it.

Me? I can't stand tomato on a sandwich.
Sliced with a little salt on the slices as a side on the plate at least?

If you're not allergic.............................................


then one does not have the right to not "like" tomatoes. wink

Pop a few right off the plant ripe Sun Golds into his mouth and mathman will come around.

He might be a lost cause.

My wife doesn't like raw onion. Can't convince her that a burger without a slice of onion is just not right.

mathman seems the same with maters

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I like Polish sausage with my homemade hot kraut that I put habaneros in. I don’t like plain kraut at all. My sister likes it with cooked cabbage but that’s not something I’d touch either. Ive seen other types of sausage that look good or at least interesting but haven’t one across them in a store.

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Brussel sprouts... the azzhole of vegetables

Raw cottage cheese... yeast infection

Scallops... schit starving puritans had to eat found at low tide

Goat or lamb... let the dune coons and other 3rd world types eat that schit

Mackerel on a stick.. go ahead dude go make out with that Hawt german chick you just seen knawing on one at octoberfest....

Dog... BTDT Korea 1st tour 2 or 3 bites. God please forgive me I was extremely hammered when I committed that transgression.
Lotta regret I did that......

Schit still quivering or raw.... aka: jules Verne's 20,000 leagues under the sea stuff... no thanks.
Pssst we discovered fire a looooooong time ago...



Raw Hamburger.... slumlord now and best friends mom growing up.
The madness continues.. see reference to fire above concerning raw or quivering schit....

Tripe.. cow gut pile schit non deer killing drunk old men eat.
French Canadian background usually tied in with that.

Brains of any sort.... how fuuuking desperate could they have been 1000,s of years ago.
Brains are good to tan hides...

Rotten fermented artic shark in norway... just go drink a glass of chlorine.

Hog parts left over from it getting butchered for massa long ago...
Come on dudes... your white for fuuuks sake..

MRE Menu #22 shrimp Jambalaya...
Starving dogs in bombed out Mig 21 shelters turn their nose at that schit, but will eat the other 23 menu items.


1st 3 are most def NO GO,s for the Homes...
Rest are experience 1 time things or WTF observations.
Pretty sure I could come up with alot more given some reflective thought.

I have ate under ponchos to keep the flies out of my chow to 3 and 4 star Michelan restaurants with U.S and NATO high ranking "O,s" and Eurotrashland " Dignataries".

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Cold can of a Chef Boyardee product and a plastic spoon .

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Originally Posted by RUM7
Thought this was gonna be a "lost a bunch of weight and finally saw my penis" thread.

Are we supposed to be looking for your penis? You didn’t tell us you lost it. Don’t tell Kingston, he’ll show you his.


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Lot of good sense there.


Not a real member - just an ordinary guy who appreciates being able to hang around and say something once in awhile.

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Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
You think thats bad???


I dont see what all the fuss is over Brisket!

Fewer things have left me has disappointed as Brisket time after time,

However once in a while someone makes it just right and then there’s few things better.

The timing on smoked meats in in a restaurant in general is way too touchy, yesterdays meat is rarely ‘good’…….


But being from Wisconsin, We eat smoked sausages on a weekly basis.

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BIL was a sous chef at some fancy pants resort restaurant in Jupiter Fla for many years before he stroked out 1 evening after work at age 38.

One year the whole immediate clan on the NA side did xmas here
Circa 2008 ( what a goat fuuuuk)

Martin wanted to cook his mint lamb speciality what the fugg ever thing for xmas dinner.
Had a BIL to BIL talk with Martin in private.

He made a really really nice glazed ham.
Best I ever had in my life actually.
Everyone loved it and my 3 young at the time daughters chowed down on it.
He seen them devouring it and heard their uncle martin directed honest compliments.

His lamb would not have got that because me nor my daughters would have ate it or tried more than 1 or 2 bites.

He realized it and said thanks for the talk we had.

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Originally Posted by 5sdad
... poked my head up over the edge of the trench to peer across no-man's land, so here goes. I have never been able to get excited about smoked sausage, kielbasa, or whatever its guise. (Oh, what the heck, might just as well stand up on the edge of the trench - especially if it is grilled.)

This stuff with Jumbalaya is a staple here. The Polska has a sweet taste that goes well with spicy. Full of all kinds of chemical goodness. Quick and easy meal with good leftovers.

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Just a vehicle to eat hot German mustard.

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Grilled Louisiana sausage for redbean soup for redbeans and rice!

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