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Old 05-24-2009, 11:16 AM   #1
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Ribs, quail and ABT

Should have done some arranging for a prettier pic. For dinner Sat we smoked up some ribs, a few marinated quail and ABT's (not many left as we snacked on them while cooking). Did a few miniature sweet peppers (the red ones)for the grandkid. Also decided to try shrimp on some, but they were overpowered by the other flavors.
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Old 05-24-2009, 11:46 AM   #2
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Oh man BD that looks good! Nice Job!

Does the quail taste like chicken?
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Old 05-24-2009, 11:56 AM   #3
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looks like those chickens were running away when you shot em!

looks good!
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Old 05-24-2009, 12:06 PM   #4
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looks like those chickens were running away when you shot em!

looks good!
Good observation Cap.

Looks like the ribs were tryin to use their "get away sticks too"
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I'm not a hunter, so I bought them cleaned and ready to cook from Manchester Farms. http://www.manchesterfarms.com/

As for taste, it's a little like chicken, but more flavor and all dark meat.
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Old 05-24-2009, 12:34 PM   #6
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Great job Big Dude!

Cooked to perfection!
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I'm not a hunter, so I bought them cleaned and ready to cook from Manchester Farms. http://www.manchesterfarms.com/

As for taste, it's a little like chicken, but more flavor and all dark meat.

now see, there's your first mistake...you should have come back and
said you got em all with one shot.

We wouldn't believe you, but we don't believe you bought em from
Manchester Farms anyway.
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Originally Posted by big dude":242wklav]I'm not a hunter, so I bought them cleaned and ready to cook from Manchester Farms. [url="http://www.manchesterfarms.com/
http://www.manchesterfarms.com/[/url]

As for taste, it's a little like chicken, but more flavor and all dark meat.

now see, there's your first mistake...you should have come back and
said you got em all with one shot.

We wouldn't believe you, but we don't believe you bought em from
Manchester Farms anyway.[/quote:242wklav]
lol
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That will do for sure BD, yes sir.
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