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Last night Hayden asked me to make some ducks again...so with dinner last night I prepared:
 
Grilled pork ribeye, pan seared brocclini and for dessert a hand carved duck out of an apple wading in a shallow pond of caramel.
 
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You're a chef Sky! Excellent Looks nifty. Ducks are awesome! ExcellentExcellentExcellent
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Since your talking about meals! I thought I would share mine. Yes, call me a one upper! Big Grin
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Ah, Hungry Woman meal! LOL.
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Skylar that looked magnificent!!! Where did you learn your carving skills?
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Skip, just spent a lot of time practicing.   I used a fine paring knife and it took me about 10-15 minutes a piece.
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Skylar, I should tell you that I live in Apple country. One of my buddies grows 20 different varieties. You would love it here.

Well maybe not in the winter.......
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Skip, I wear a winter coat year around if you know what I mean, I like the cold very much.
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You would not make it here, but if you have a hankering to ever see real winter we have a nice spare bedroom. Oh and you would have to like dogs cuz one of our three Springer Spaniels might want to bunk with you.

When the good snow arrives I'll send you some pics. We only average 160" per year. Syracuse I think averages about 125" and they are considered the snowiest city in the U.S., that has something to so with population.

I'll send you a newspaper article about that.......
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Sky I don't know weither to eat it or frame it and hang it on the wall as it's art....
 
If it tastes even half as good as it looks, seconds and thirds would be required....
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Originally posted by Peddler Peddler wrote:

You would not make it here, but if you have a hankering to ever see real winter we have a nice spare bedroom. Oh and you would have to like dogs cuz one of our three Springer Spaniels might want to bunk with you.

When the good snow arrives I'll send you some pics. We only average 160" per year. Syracuse I think averages about 125" and they are considered the snowiest city in the U.S., that has something to so with population.

I'll send you a newspaper article about that.......
 
Skip, I really enjoy having dogs around.  My first dog was a Cocker Spaniel.
 
I may have to take you up on the visit.
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Originally posted by budperm budperm wrote:

Sky I don't know weither to eat it or frame it and hang it on the wall as it's art....
 
If it tastes even half as good as it looks, seconds and thirds would be required....
 
Thank you Bud. It was very good.
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So after eating all your art what do you do with the rest of your appetite???  Big Grin
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Honestly, I didn't have much of one after I finished.
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Thats because of all the effort you put into the making....  wore yourself out! Wink
 
 
Dan is even worse! Hhe prepares a gourment meal then eats a thimble full while watching others indulge...  that is my idea of purgatory!!!!  i likes to EAT!
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Don't get me wrong, I like to eat as well.
 
But if you have noticed, I don't take a lot of selfies, ,because I have become self conscience about my weight.
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I find I can deny myself just about anything except food!
 
I am so totally miserable when hungry!!!!! 
 
My parade is soggy enough without throwing gasoline on the fire....
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I will have to remember that when you come to visit.
 
I think I can keep you from going hungry.
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I went NUMB to that feeling years ago Skylar!  I have dieted and lost 85 lbs... it took an operation to get me started and through the stomach shrinking process first though.  After a while I actually got used to the nawing feeling in my stomach.....
 
Cudos on your effort!!!
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You know who else is a heck of a cook is Ted, I haven't had a finer steak, no kidding, his ribeyes ranked right up there with Capitol Grill. No offense to the chef at the one in Houston, however the steak that Ted prepared me ranked right up there.
 
Ask Wes, he was also there.
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WELL THAT NAILS IT!!!!!!
 
Ted does the Steaks and you do the rest.... Bucky
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Oh wait a BHIG minute!!!!
 
 
We need to drag Lile into this too!
 
I've been dying to try some of his BBQ...
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Thanks for the kind words, Sky Mac!

Bud, if you ever come over here to visit, I can promise you, between Skylar and me, we'll whip up some kind of vittles you'd like, one way or another!
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His pit BBQ chicken was very good, but what surprised me more than anything was the sauce that he generated. FANTASTIC!
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