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Re: What Friends Can Do To You
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Well, "the saga of the sauce", continues! Or, should that better be stated as; "The sauce saga, continues"? No, wait...................
"Marinade Madness"!!! THAT'S IT!
Tried it again, tonight on homemade Elk sausage, Medi! BBQ'd the sausage, made the eggs "over-easy" on the BBQ's griddle, with added wet cherry wood.

As with the other meats, I've tried so far, this combo of sauce and sausage was great!! In fact, the spices in the Elk sausage I believe, really complimented the marinade more so than with other meats!?!

However............... below is also the end results of waiting less than two hours, after eating your sauce and before sitting down to tie. I was aiming, obviously, for some deer hair mice for tomorrow's bass fishing, but instead, ended up with this new "Road Kill" deer hair fly. I'm HOPING, that the red of the tongue will act as an attractor, perhaps?!!?!

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Posted on: 2007/11/11 2:59


Re: What Friends Can Do To You

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This was part of the tasting that had me typing like a blithering idiot. But, it was a fun time, so I'm told.

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Posted on: 2007/11/11 15:17


Re: What Friends Can Do To You

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I killed off my doublewood last night. Gonna have to get some more. I honestly didn't have a taste for it over the first few glasses, but it really grew on me.

Posted on: 2007/11/11 19:51


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Welcome to the world of single malts. Each one has its own special taste which is really amazing. When you go to pick up your next bottle you might want to try something different. A word of warning, the oldest ones, 18 years and older, are very expensive. The difference in taste, smothness and finnish are quite obvious and one can get really used to the older ones real quick and blow through a lot of money quicker than my ex-wife.

Posted on: 2007/11/11 21:40



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