JonnyBoy wrote:I have a horrible weakness for side of the road hot boiled peanuts made by a certain redneck cajun I can barely understand verbally. we may only speak a few words between us either of us comprehend, but we do speak the untold love of cajun style boiled peanuts, and that is enough for us .
JonnyBoy wrote:The best story I have was when I first moved here, there is a mom and Pop country store with the old school gas pumps on the bayou up the road from my house. Its the kind of place you don't have to pay for things, you can write your own ticket and slide it in the file box under your name (for locals) and pay your tab as needed. I was in there shootin' shit about fishing, when a dude comes running in yelling and freaking out about just hitting a deer up the road. He asked for some help, so me and another guy gave him a lift about 1/4 mile up the road, assuming he wanted a tow to the store.
I started getting the tow chain out of the tool box on my truck when he said," Naw man, I don't need a tow, I just need some help lifting the deer into my truck!" My first Road kill becomes dinner experience in Mississippi.
Then the question, " I wonder who processes deer in the off season...." I guess it was fresh, until then I have only heard of that happening in a funny story like this. I guess you could call that, "Fast Food".
tcsned wrote:I tried the vegetarian thing once but it wasn't for me - I like BBQ too much!
JonnyBoy wrote:If anyone is interested in how to make some awesome pulled Pork BBQ let me know, its one of my wife's family secret recipes!! Its really not that hard, and you will have enough BBQ for an army.
tcsned wrote:I'm always up for a new recipe - can't wait for the Spring thaw so I can fire up the smoker!
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