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Old 02-22-2010, 12:51 AM   #701
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OK, OK, come on out with it!!!!! No secrets here!!
Come out with What?
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Old 02-22-2010, 06:16 AM   #702
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I need to know what scramblia is!!! Eggs and something?? Do tell!
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Old 02-22-2010, 01:12 PM   #703
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I need to know what scramblia is!!! Eggs and something?? Do tell!
OMG, Im such a tease!!!

THere are probably alot of different names for Scramblia. The most popular name around here is a "Shipwreak"

Think of it as a "pan-sized" omlet with fried patatoes.

I start by dicing up and then frying a leftover baked patato. Then i add vegies and one or two "breakfast meats" ... Next I season it with salt, pepper, garlic powder and some Itialian seasoning. Then crack in a few eggs and after the eggs are cooked I top with cheese.

The biggest trick is to cook it slow so the egg doesnt burn.
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Old 02-23-2010, 01:27 AM   #704
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Aha!! Sounds a bit like my husband's frittata - very yummy. And yes, you are a tease!!!
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Old 03-03-2010, 12:49 AM   #705
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Well, today we officially started preping for this year's Wild Game feed.

We will be preparing 24 different dishes this year and there will be 385 guests for supper Saturday Night.

On the menu:
Duck
Pheasant
Goose
Wild Turkey
Deer
Antalope
Raccoon
Moose
Elk
Boar
Beef
Salmon
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Old 03-03-2010, 04:08 AM   #706
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Wow - wish I lived near you! Good luck with it - sounds like you'll be busy for a while!
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Old 03-03-2010, 11:59 AM   #707
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Wow - wish I lived near you! Good luck with it - sounds like you'll be busy for a while!
We (3 of us) put in 9 hours each yeasterday. All we got done was cleaning 35 coon!!! Today 4 of us will attempt to clean and prep 100 Pheasent, 60 ducks, and about 75 ducks. We will also be roasting off about 100 pounds of deer so it can be shreaded for "Phillie steak" later in the week.

Oh, and the first of two grocery orders will show up about 10 am. It will consist of all of our fresh produce, and some of the dry goods.

All in all, a very busy 12 hr day.
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We (3 of us) put in 9 hours each yeasterday. All we got done was cleaning 35 coon!!! Today 4 of us will attempt to clean and prep 100 Pheasent, 60 ducks, and about 75 ducks. We will also be roasting off about 100 pounds of deer so it can be shreaded for "Phillie steak" later in the week.

Oh, and the first of two grocery orders will show up about 10 am. It will consist of all of our fresh produce, and some of the dry goods.

All in all, a very busy 12 hr day.

ewwww! Someone pass me a bowl of pasta please. Hold the meat! I'm not vegan but I'm getting closer and closer!!
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I didn't know you could eat raccoon? I suppose it tastes like chicken. Lol!!
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Old 03-04-2010, 02:25 AM   #710
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I didn't know you could eat raccoon? I suppose it tastes like chicken. Lol!!
HA Ha ha ... Actually its more like Turkey legs .... The secret to Coon is in the cleaning and prep. If you dont remove ALL of the fat, the meat will stink and taste funny. We marinate it and then BBQ it.

BTW, all you use of the coon is the front and back legs. It is VERY labor intensive. It took 24 man hours to clean 35 of them. Do the math and you can figure that 2 full roasters of coon will run you just over $300 US dollars. 2 full roaster makes about 110 servings. We serve it Buffet style so it more like 300 servings. Thats about $10 per serving spoonful.
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