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Old January 7, 2019   #16
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Magnificent photos, I think I'm going to eat something, I was suddenly hungry!:sí:
Thanks for sharing photos
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Old January 7, 2019   #17
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As a true omnivore but mostly carnivore, I can assure you that I just had a magnificent photographic trip thru culinary heaven. Man, O-Man !!! That was pretty. I guess you really do a lot of outdoor cooking. I didn't see anything that couldn't headline mealtime at my house. Congrats for the wonderful tour.
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Old January 7, 2019   #18
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I make knives that's why I asked.
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Old January 7, 2019   #19
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Originally Posted by SQWIBB View Post
Lol, yes they are random pictures from various cooks.
I still have an Amish mustard egg that I will be testing this year, I made it 8 years ago and have eaten one every year for the last 7 years.
When I first made them, Someone asked how long they would last and I said forever, so I've been eating one every year since then, I have one left.
Too funny - I'm a pretty big pickled egg fan and having never heard of the Amish mustard eggs I googled them. Lo and behold I found your photos on Smoking Meat Forums. Love that site too. Very cool. Can't wait to try these out.
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Old January 7, 2019   #20
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I'm so happy to see no vegetables were harmed cooking this food.
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