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post #21 of 24

Now that's some good looking surf and turf!  To me eating something you caught yourself just tastes better.

post #22 of 24
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 I took my recently smoked beef sticks some of the smoked salmon and one of the wild turkey breasts to a three day wild pig hunt with a group of eight guys.  Someone else brought home brewed pale ale that was fantastic and went well with the smoked meats.  It also went well with anything and stood on its own vewry well.  I dont recommend whiskeyy chasers to everyone but if your bold enough and don't have to be anywhere important for a few days it's a pretty good combo too!

Everyone liked the beef sticks and the smoked Salmon and gave me atta boys for my efforts but it was the smoked turkey that really made the eyes pop.  They questioned first that it was indeed wild turkey then the flavor and moistness came out perfectly delicious. Every one of them told me that was the best turkey they ever ett!   I have to attribute the success to beginners luck and paying attention to what a lot of you have written on this forum.  I have personally not been to keen on turkey hunting until I cooked these up.  Previously we have been getting a fall turkey the past three years and I brine and then deep fry one for thanksgiving.  We started the tradition with the oldest grandson supplying the first bird.  My son has supplied them the past two ears and now his oldest daughter gets the privelage next November. Spring turkey season I have ignored in the past now I will make every effort to fill my freezer while the season is still open!  Starting tommorow after work.  Tonight the grandaughter has a softball game for that determines first place in her league and I am not about to dissapoint her for a turkey hunt.  Especially after having been gone since last thursday chasing wild pigs.  I'd post up a picture of the wild pigs but I wasn't lucky enough to run into any that were stupid enough to get within arrow range.

Thanks you all for your kind words and encouragement.

THIS FORUM ROCKS!

Smoke On!
 

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Originally Posted by Bearcarver View Post

Real nice looking Salmon, Franklin!

 

How'd the breasts turn out?

 

 

Bear



 

post #23 of 24
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 I took my recently smoked beef sticks some of the smoked salmon and one of the wild turkey breasts to a three day wild pig hunt with a group of eight guys.  Someone else brought home brewed pale ale that was fantastic and went well with the smoked meats.  It also went well with anything and stood on its own vewry well.  I dont recommend whiskeyy chasers to everyone but if your bold enough and don't have to be anywhere important for a few days it's a pretty good combo too!

Everyone liked the beef sticks and the smoked Salmon and gave me atta boys for my efforts but it was the smoked turkey that really made the eyes pop.  They questioned first that it was indeed wild turkey then the flavor and moistness came out perfectly delicious. Every one of them told me that was the best turkey they ever ett!   I have to attribute the success to beginners luck and paying attention to what a lot of you have written on this forum.  I have personally not been to keen on turkey hunting until I cooked these up.  Previously we have been getting a fall turkey the past three years and I brine and then deep fry one for thanksgiving.  We started the tradition with the oldest grandson supplying the first bird.  My son has supplied them the past two ears and now his oldest daughter gets the privelage next November. Spring turkey season I have ignored in the past now I will make every effort to fill my freezer while the season is still open!  Starting tommorow after work.  Tonight the grandaughter has a softball game for that determines first place in her league and I am not about to dissapoint her for a turkey hunt.  Especially after having been gone since last thursday chasing wild pigs.  I'd post up a picture of the wild pigs but I wasn't lucky enough to run into any that were stupid enough to get within arrow range.

Thanks you all for your kind words and encouragement.

THIS FORUM ROCKS!

Smoke On!


That's Great!

And it's great you make it to GD's events!

My Dad missed my brother's high school graduation (went trout fishing).

My brother didn't mind one bit, but my mother didn't let my Dad hear the end of it for 50 years!wife.gif

 

 

Bear

 

post #24 of 24

As you said It looks kick ass smoked salmon

well done

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