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post #21 of 32

Looks awesome

 

post #22 of 32

Troy, I have come to HATE the "OTHER WHITE MEAT" that has been bred to be TASTELESS!

BUT...Those look sooo Darn Good that I have to give Loin, just one more shot!

NICE WORK!...JJ

post #23 of 32
Thread Starter 

I have to agree about how they have altered modern pork.  I will only cook it if I have enough time to brine it.

 

I really want to try some of the more old-time traditional pork, but I have not pulled the trigger on that yet.

post #24 of 32

OMG !!!!!

Sorry I'm late, but this sucker almost slipped right by me!!!

 

No way I would want to miss this Masterpiece!!!!

 

Great BearViews too!!

 

This is an Awesome Thread!!!!

 

Thank You for the pleasure of viewing it, Troy!!

 

Bear

post #25 of 32

wow thanks for sharing that looks awsome!

 

 

post #26 of 32
Thread Starter 

Thanks for hoppin on, Bear . . . I was really disappointed not to see a post from you th_crybaby2.gif

 

Anyway, thanks for finding it and the great comments!!

post #27 of 32

Nice job !!!!  I really like the idea of the BRAND.  Nice touch.  Kudo's to your wife for the gift.

post #28 of 32

That is one fabulous plate!!

 

 

Great job!!

 

 

My ex wife used to absolutely destroy pork loins and thought it was tasty..

 

I may join Jimmy and think about giving this a try!!

 

  Congrats!!

 

  Craig

post #29 of 32
Thread Starter 

Thanks Whiskey . .  . that brand has received more comments.  It is really a fun way to "personalize" the food.

 

It is amazing how hot that sucker gets!  I have to use channel locks to hold it because the way the heat radiates up the handle.  Also, it came with a nice wooden box with the brand on the outside.

 

 

post #30 of 32
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Originally Posted by Troy Fuller View Post

Thanks Whiskey . .  . that brand has received more comments.  It is really a fun way to "personalize" the food.

 

It is amazing how hot that sucker gets!  I have to use channel locks to hold it because the way the heat radiates up the handle.  Also, it came with a nice wooden box with the brand on the outside.

 

 


That should really come in handy in Texas, in case a Maverick happens to stroll by your cooking area.

You can throw a quick bulldog on him, and burn your mark on him!!!

 

Do they sell running irons too???

I know some of you guys down there throw a long rope & a wide loop.

 

Or maybe I just watch too many old Westerns????  biggrin.gif

 

 

Bear

 

post #31 of 32
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Originally Posted by Bearcarver View Post




That should really come in handy in Texas, in case a Maverick happens to stroll by your cooking area.

You can throw a quick bulldog on him, and burn your mark on him!!!

 

Do they sell running irons too???

I know some of you guys down there throw a long rope & a wide loop.

 

Or maybe I just watch too many old Westerns????  biggrin.gif

 

 

Bear

 


Bear, this is the closest to throwing a rope I have gotten . . . working at Dell doesn't lend itself to the "cowboy way" texas.gif

 

However, I can now honestly say that my wife will never forget me . . . I own here a** . . .

 

We were both going to do it, but she said it hurt too much, so I did not get branded th_violent5.gif

post #32 of 32

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