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Posted by bbqBob on November 15, 2014 at 22:11:12:

In Reply to: road kill posted by Buddy on November 15, 2014 at 20:19:26:

Buddy thats how they do it around here. You drive down a road later at night then drive back in early morning and whatever is on road is fresh meat.... Only dead a few hours:) Sometimes a semi gets them again and gets them tenderized!

Mary Ann's cousin just left work thwe other night and turned onto a 2 lane road and just as he got going on that road a doe ran out in front of him and didn't survive the crash... Dodge trucks bumper, grill and headlight didn't survive it either.... After contacting the law and game warden folks he was cleared to take it away. He stopped by here and asked if we wanted it. No brainer:) Processing company is a few miles from here so he took it there to get cut up and packaged. I wanted mostly larger cuts instead of mostly burger. Going to make hams with the hams and smoke both front legs. Just seasoned the one going on in the morning. Wanted to do it today by had chamge in plans... Making a rolled meatloaf with the burger that will get put on the smoker.


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