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    Road Kill Coon!

    Ok I was just messing with ya!
    Just wanted to see if any of you sick fuckers would actually check this out! (just kidding)
    IC

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    I'm the first dumbass to admit looking at this. Tobey, I thought you had lost your mind, or had come up with a unique name for something. Plus you do live in Alabama, so you never know. LOL

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    HA,HA,HA,HA

    Ha,HA,HA,HA,
    You know us Alabamians, ain't nothing going to waste around here!LOL I have to admit that I'm not doing much to improve Southern Boys Reputation am I ?
    Tobey

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    I'm glad this was only a joke! Shit Tobey u had me scared there for a while. I knew u were getting all kinds of recipies but talk about taking it to an exteme.!! LOL

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    Tobey, you are reinforcing that generalization very well. Come on man, I bet you really can find a recipe for that if you dig hard enough. I DON'T WANT TO SEE IT!! I just have a feeling there is one around.

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    That would taste good with tuna and cottage cheese, hey Big Al?

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    Reciepe??

    Ok, So there might be 1 or 2 reciepes invovling coon Jason. I'm not sure about tuna and chottage cheese Excess, But it ain't bad fried up with some homemade gravy and bisquites. (Makes you wonder about me don't it?)
    Tobey

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    In the UK it is illegal to run over a pheasant and then pick it up(classesed as poaching) but the car behind you can and I often see that at dawn where I live or on the way into work!

    So it can have its benefits!

    Billy

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    Yea bro If ain't got cottage cheese and some Tuna.........I ain't eating it!

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    Listen Tobey...maybe you can help me. We do get our share of road killed racoons up here but the animal which is struck most often is porcupine...any good recipes? I hear that porc is the other white meat

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    Stick it in a blender with some milk and there you go!!

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    Now Billy...if I ask Al for suggestions will he tell me to throw in some cottage cheese?

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    I'm gonna look just for you Pete

    The last time that I wasw in Books A Million there was a book that caught my eye and I was going to get it but did not have the cash at the time. It ws a book on cooking wild game. Don't know if there atre any reciepes which invloves porcupines but I'll check it out.

    On a lighter note, I believe Billy is beggining to rub off on me. Yesterday afternoon while getting ready to go jogging I needed a quick protien fix and was out of Protien Powder. I thought what the heck, Opened up a can of tuna and poured in about 3 cups of water into the blender and whola! Kinda reminded me of a beef type of soup brooth or somthing. Not bad actually.
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    There you go what did I tell you pretty good hey?

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    I don,t know whether you guys eat scrammbled egg but I eat quite a bit once it is cooked add some Dairylea Light not much about a spoonful tastes really creamy and adds a bit of flavour

    Billy

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    road kill

    some of my favorites........ I'm sad you were just kidding
    I'm originally from Oklahoma and road kill is dinner.
    max

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    Road kill

    Don't worry brother!
    It's all good!LOL
    Just through a little hot sauce on it and it ain't road kill anymore.
    It's French auh la quesine!
    Tobey

    Yeah I'm from Alabama!LMAO

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    Tobey, I was going to post a new recipe for you today, but after reading that tuna/blender thing, I am not sure that I should even bother! YUCK!

    Um, Pete, those things on the road? They are mostly skunks, not porcupines! You better not be feeding those to C!

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    Tuna in a blender

    Tigress,
    Huh, did I mention that I had a spig of parsley with that?
    IC

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    If anyone is interested, I have a recipe for Pot-Hole Opossum, just PM me and its yours.

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