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    This is what DParker's archery target look like.
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    that guy nos his hams and hocks..

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluecat View Post


    This is what DParker's archery target look like.
    That's why nobody invites me to hunt hogs on their ranches.
    Don't go ninja-in' nobody don't need ninja-in'.
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    I think another reason is the smoking jacket and pipe that creeps them out.
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    Don't go ninja-in' nobody don't need ninja-in'.
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    LOL ...

    You should get an Iron Cross neck tattoo and a hog butcher's diagram on your inner forearm. That would be way cooler than the guy at the meat department at my Piggly Wiggly, who only has one of the two.




    Since noticing his, I have expanded my short list of people for whom it is acceptable to have tattoos to include butchers.

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    After 72 days dry curing in the fridge, my capicola has reached it's target level of dehydration and is ready for tasting.

    (Full size: https://i.imgur.com/5B1MBuU.jpg)



    It's a bit chewier (almost jerky-like) around the perimeter than I expected, but the paprika and other spices (mostly the paprika) combined with the dry aging give it an intense and delicious flavor. I'm thinking this would be great on a homemade pizza. Maybe that's something to try this weekend, if I have the time.
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    It's been 72 days... Don't tell us you don't have a couple of hours this weekend ...



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    That pic is actually from yesterday. I just got around to posting it today.
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    LOL ... That sounds like something I would say, give or take a year or two ...

    I've got a lot on my plate ...





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