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    Quote Originally Posted by jcmorgan31 View Post
    And I had almost put the pink 452X back on the shelf......
    I like Pink remember???
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    Quote Originally Posted by BUNNYMAN View Post
    I like Pink remember???
    We'll see just how much.
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    Pure chocolate would be a problem, however CC cookies...
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    Peanut Butter and Snickerdoodles are my favorites but I am not supposed to eat em...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bullfiddle View Post
    Peanut Butter and Snickerdoodles are my favorites but I am not supposed to eat em...
    oatmeal then you can say you eat healthy for breakfast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slice View Post
    oatmeal then you can say you eat healthy for breakfast.
    I love oatmeal cookies.

    Yum...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcmorgan31 View Post
    OOOHHHHH.... OK..... As long as they aren't healthy....
    EXACTLY !

    Now we're all on the same page !



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    how many times do i need to tell you? these are mine, get your own
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    Ok so we have

    1doz CC
    1doz Oatmeal
    1doz Snickerdoodles
    1doz Peanut Butter
































    Ok that covers Bunny



    Now for everyone else.


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    Rabbits only eat lettuce.
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    I will have the weber there so no need to worry..We can do wings either in the deep fryer or on the grill///which ever you guys prefer. I will have venison steaks wrapped in bacon for Friday night or Saturday night..Lunch or dinner doesnt matter.
    . I thought about doing pork tenderloins for dinner Saturday night.....let me know if that sounds good...I'll be sure to get enough for all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdawg240 View Post
    I will have the weber there so no need to worry..We can do wings either in the deep fryer or on the grill///which ever you guys prefer. I will have venison steaks wrapped in bacon for Friday night or Saturday night..Lunch or dinner doesnt matter.
    . I thought about doing pork tenderloins for dinner Saturday night.....let me know if that sounds good...I'll be sure to get enough for all.
    WEBER there too ! Excellent ! Thx jdawg240...

    We can fry AND grill wings or drummys !

    Fried, partially cooked non breaded wings, slathered in a hot/honey type sauce after out of the oil, and then carmelizing the sauce on the grill after basting is awsome....

    Also, getting chicken drumsticks might actually be less expensive than buying wings and way there is more meat on those bad boys...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronhop View Post
    WEBER there too ! Excellent ! Thx jdawg240...

    We can fry AND grill wings or drummys !

    Fried, partially cooked non breaded wings, slathered in a hot/honey type sauce after out of the oil, and then carmelizing the sauce on the grill after basting is awsome....

    Also, getting chicken drumsticks might actually be less expensive than buying wings and way there is more meat on those bad boys...

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    no beef?........

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.C. View Post
    no beef?........
    Beef is good.... Any kind of meat is good....
    Chicken, pork, beef, fish, beef, chicken, pork, chicken, beef, pork, beef, chicken.... Oh, and turkey too !



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    how about a fresh rabbit SACRIFICE???
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    Quote Originally Posted by BUNNYMAN View Post
    how about a fresh rabbit SACRIFICE???
    If you're bringin the fare I'll dig in !



    What's teh best way to cook those ? I've heard from a number of folks that boiking is good and then a crock pot after de-boning them....

    We can't use a crock pot since no electrical but I'm sure we could figure something out... The WEBER maybe ?

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