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The Frankenbradley still runs

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KH4

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That all looks so good!

Do you find that chicken skin gets a little dry and leathery? Happened to me when I did my chicken. Heard that keeping some cheese cloth soaked in butter keeps things moist.
 

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That all looks so good!

Do you find that chicken skin gets a little dry and leathery? Happened to me when I did my chicken. Heard that keeping some cheese cloth soaked in butter keeps things moist.
I’ve never had an issue with the skin at all other than a fight at the table who gets the skin off my piece...... lol
 

newhunterette

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What are you packing them in once smoked?
Often thought about that, never done it.
Simply ate all we did...

Wondering...

Cheers,
Nog

PS: Lucky on the pearl! We don't see a lot.
Noggie, I jarred them in olive oil and sealed them up.... they are usually good for about 2 weeks if they arent eaten before that unless you can them.....
 

newhunterette

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Man! I can SMELL that bacon from here!
Awesome as usual Gal! :Oh Yeah!:

Cheers,
Nog
What are you packing them in once smoked?
Often thought about that, never done it.
Simply ate all we did...

Wondering...

Cheers,
Nog

PS: Lucky on the pearl! We don't see a lot.
That’s the second time I have found a pearl in a Texada oyster
 

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I am sure that I have smell a vision on my phone as I am sure I can smell every in the pictures. Cut the bacon in 1/4 inch thick slices and they would be to die for. I love jerky and have 4 zip lock baggies ready as needed. This is to go along with the zip lock full of pemicon.
Steve
 

newhunterette

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I am sure that I have smell a vision on my phone as I am sure I can smell every in the pictures. Cut the bacon in 1/4 inch thick slices and they would be to die for. I love jerky and have 4 zip lock baggies ready as needed. This is to go along with the zip lock full of pemicon.
Steve
Mmmmmmmm pemmican.... havent made that since the elders came to the preschool to teach the wee ones...... I should make it...... oh my gosh and bannock.......I think I still have some Saskatoon berry and thimble berry jam too...... thanks Steve now you got my salivary glands going......
 
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