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 1   Welcome To Boar Tuff Outdoors / Front Porch / Re: Another first  Today at 3:39pm 
Started by Sagebrush | Last post by Sagebrush
Big warm up coming next week for our area back to the upper 70's and such.
All the tall mtn tops have the white stuff on them.
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 2   Hunting / Bird Hunting / Re: Upland Game Birds  Today at 12:54pm 
Started by Sagebrush | Last post by Sagebrush
In a weeks time they have managed to over hunt the mountain. I know it's hunting time but these bird guys just pound the crap out of one area. This is the first time in 10 plus years we've had any kind of a population. Oh well nothing I can do other than complain. Only good thing is the wind is howling today.
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 3   Welcome To Boar Tuff Outdoors / Front Porch / Re: The Pet Section  Today at 12:51pm 
Started by HooverDover | Last post by Sagebrush
Sorry but I don't post pictures. But it is a good topic.
This site is just a very slow with this time of year everyone out and gone hunting.
I've got 3 weeks of work left then I'll won't be on as much either. Mainly due to little gig time. I did up grade my gigs a week ago so that might help.
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 4   Welcome To Boar Tuff Outdoors / Front Porch / Re: Paint sprayer  Sep 23rd, 2017, 5:34pm 
Started by Dirts | Last post by Trainer
Feel free to come paint our place dirts Smiley
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 5   Welcome To Boar Tuff Outdoors / Front Porch / Re: The Blue grandfathers ride again  Sep 23rd, 2017, 1:44am 
Started by Dirts | Last post by Dirts
Thanks Greg
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 6   Around The Campfire / Nongame Food and Drink Talk / Texas sloppy Joes  Sep 23rd, 2017, 1:32am 
Started by Dirts | Last post by Dirts
This is Cheryl Jamisons recipe.  She has it in her new book titled Texas slow cooker and she also has it on her website. As a child I loved the sloppy joes that the Lunch Ladies served in Jr. High.  Everytime we went to the A & W root beer Drive in it was standard order for  barbecue and a  root beer. After an hour in the crockpot I took some out and spread it onto a piece of cream bread. My first bite I knew it was a hit.
 
2Tbsp bacon drippings. I used my used fryer peanut oil with a little liquid smoke added.  I use the flavored oil for my stir fries also.
1 medium onion finally chopped
1 large celery stalk
4 garlic cloves.  I picked the biggest ones.
2 lbs. ground beef
2 tsp dried dill
1 tsp chili powder
1 tsp salt.  I used seasoning salt
15 oz. tomato sauce
2 Tbsp yellow mustard
2 Tbsp cider vinegar
1-2 Tbsp Turbinado sugar or brown sugar
1 Tbsp Worchestershire sauce
1 tsp Maggi sauce or soy sauce
I added 3 Tbsp butter.  Dairyland habit.
 
I put hamburger, garlic, onion  and celery in cast iron fry pan and browned it under the broiler.  
I put the tomato sauce in the slow cooker and added all the remaining flavorings and stirred it up and then I added the beef mixture to the slow cooker.
Low temp for 7 hrs.
 
I put a can of A&W root beer in the fridge for dinner.
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 7   Hunting / Big Game Hunting / Re: Nevada elk hunt with picture  Sep 22nd, 2017, 10:08am 
Started by Keef | Last post by Trainer
Nice bull! Good luck in Alaska!!!
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 8   Welcome To Boar Tuff Outdoors / Front Porch / Re: Wake Up..  Sep 20th, 2017, 8:18am 
Started by Sagebrush | Last post by Sagebrush
Yesterday was one of those days. I will be happy to get back to work tomorrow. LOL
I think today is going to be just as bad.
Other half has put off truck work until now. Spent the day in Boise waiting on his truck. He had it leveled/raised a 1.5" or so and a grill guard put on and it took them forever.
We'er good for a couple three stores then it's usually go grab groceries and head for home. I think we made 6 or 7 stores and I was ready to go home. Got home around 5 last night.  
Today we take the Ford to the shop and have new rototar's put on as the old ones were turned this spring but they get heated up after towing and they feel like they are hopping and make a terrible noise. Then back to Boise and have new shoes put on the hubby's toyota then go to the store for more groceries then back to Emmett to pick up the Ford this afternoon. Tongue Still raining off and on and more snow falling in the high country. But drying out and warming next week. Only a few weeks left of work for me. Got a text from a friend and her district will dump lookouts the 28th of this month. I'll be the last lookout standing by the end of the month.
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 9   Wood Shed / Wild Game & Fish Recipes & Meat Processing / Re: Smoked Trout Appetizer  Sep 20th, 2017, 2:52am 
Started by UThunter | Last post by HooverDover
on Apr 14th, 2014, 7:54pm, Jobow wrote:
Made something very close to that a few years ago.  Used part cream cheese, part sour cream in place of your Brei and a little bacon. It was more of a "dip" but it was awesome.  Might have to make some more.

 
I guess I'll be trying out this awesome dip one of these days. It looks delicious.
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 10   Wood Shed / Wild Game & Fish Recipes & Meat Processing / Re: Baked Squirrel  Sep 20th, 2017, 2:50am 
Started by BnW | Last post by HooverDover
This recipe was mouthwatering. Can't wait to try out baked squirrel someday. Smiley
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