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    Dinner

    Every year, when I head out west, the wife take a trip somewhere tropical with her mother. This year, her trip started righ after I got back, forcing me to fend for myself.

    Tonight, I had to eat these duck kabobs. They were terribleClick image for larger version. 

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    poor guy, ill jump on next flight over

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    I hope she finds out you can cook. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by xtreme View Post
    I hope she finds out you can cook. lol
    Ha! I am the cook at this house, I just usually don't do a bunch of wild game when she's home.. Guess it will have to be deer loins tonight. Life is rough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fink View Post
    I am the cook at this house
    Well at least I know I'm not the only one. Them looks like some good eats!

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    Hell I'll come eat them for ya if you didn't like them!
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    Sounds just terrible! I would make some myself if I had a duck LOL

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    I love duck poppers!! I use sliced jalepenos on mine. Every year my wife and I hold a huge 4th of July family bbq. This year I made duck poppers for appetizers. Some of my family won't eat wild game. Everyone of them loved the poppers. The plate got back to me (expecting it to have half of them left) and it was all gone. I didn't get to eat one of them. The little kids loved them!!!!

 

 

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