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Old 01-24-2017, 01:04 AM #21
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yeah the pig matters but I think feed has a great influence. This one was heirloom called duckfoot no cloven hoof and ran in an oak.forest. this is all new stuff to me as a kid we just fed corn and scraps. The acorn Fed is really big in asia.
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Good Aftermorning all.

As an FYI - my pooch is a Brittany and she's great, following you follow HER schedule.

06:00 - potty
07:45 - breakfast and potty
10:00 - play ball outside for 10 minutes and potty
12:00 - potty and sniff, sniff, sniff ... oh, did I mention time to smell the flowers ....
15:00 - play ball and, of course potty
18:45 - dinner, say hello to the pooch next door, and of course, potty
22:00 - potty

I made a great pasta sauce yesterday - the benefits of living in Sunnry FL (thank god I missed those Tornado's yesterday - 5 of them were in my immediate area), anyway, heirloom tomatoes that I've had for around 18 generations now (they're called Mr. Stripey - when they're ready they have red, yellow and green zebra stripes - pretty cool), added to garlic, onions and basil that I grew in my backyard with the help of mother nature. Sauteed it all in EVOO and added some 15 year old balsamic - just amazin - though I used store bought pasta.

A friend of mine harvested a few hogs around Thanksgiving time. Claims to have killed 3 of them with one shot (the sow and 2 piglets as the bullet he used pierced all 3). Not sure if he was full of shit or telling the truth, but it didn't matter - those wild boar ribs with a memphis type dry rub were just out of this fricken world. If it matters, he claims to have shot them in an orange grove in south central florida - had a farmer friend who was having his grove destroyed. I couldn't really taste any citrus flavor to them as we spiced them up real nice, but damn they were amazing.

Looking forward to more updates from y'all.
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Oh - I've decided to goto Lost Wages, err, Las Vegas, for the superbowl this year.

Any thoughts on who to bet on ??????????

As the national enquirer always says, enquiring minds want to know.
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That makes sense that the feed is an important factor in the finished product. I've herd of duckfoot and it must be a treat. In my search for heirloom pork I've found it hard to come by around here. There are only a few farms that raise it to sell in the state. It's very expensive when compared to supermarket pork but I'm sure it's worth it. I'm thinking it will become more available as more people start demanding it. I try to avoid getting factory farm meat but it isn't easy sometimes.
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Good Aftermorning all.

As an FYI - my pooch is a Brittany and she's great, following you follow HER schedule.

06:00 - potty
07:45 - breakfast and potty
10:00 - play ball outside for 10 minutes and potty
12:00 - potty and sniff, sniff, sniff ... oh, did I mention time to smell the flowers ....
15:00 - play ball and, of course potty
18:45 - dinner, say hello to the pooch next door, and of course, potty
22:00 - potty

I made a great pasta sauce yesterday - the benefits of living in Sunnry FL (thank god I missed those Tornado's yesterday - 5 of them were in my immediate area), anyway, heirloom tomatoes that I've had for around 18 generations now (they're called Mr. Stripey - when they're ready they have red, yellow and green zebra stripes - pretty cool), added to garlic, onions and basil that I grew in my backyard with the help of mother nature. Sauteed it all in EVOO and added some 15 year old balsamic - just amazin - though I used store bought pasta.

A friend of mine harvested a few hogs around Thanksgiving time. Claims to have killed 3 of them with one shot (the sow and 2 piglets as the bullet he used pierced all 3). Not sure if he was full of shit or telling the truth, but it didn't matter - those wild boar ribs with a memphis type dry rub were just out of this fricken world. If it matters, he claims to have shot them in an orange grove in south central florida - had a farmer friend who was having his grove destroyed. I couldn't really taste any citrus flavor to them as we spiced them up real nice, but damn they were amazing.

Looking forward to more updates from y'all.
Good evening Sunny.
Sounds like your pooch has you pretty well trained to that schedule. Sometimes I wonder if our dogs own us more than we own them. Looks like she has a lot of fun sniffing and playing ball.
That's great the tornados missed you. Here in the Midwest we are under constant threat for them all summer. Really a helpless feeling when you are watching radar and they are headed your way and nothing you can do about it.
I tried to grow some mr stripey last year but failed like I always seem to with tomatoes. That's cool that you have the green thumb and are in a climate where you can grow them this time of year. So cool to make sauce from fresh tomatoes this time of year.
That hog hunt sounds like fun. Around here people only hunt deer and sometimes bear. I don't care for deer meat and I've no interest in killing a bear but a wild hog would be a different story. I've always told my friends I'd be down for a cow or pig hunt. Not many wild hogs around here but it sounds like there are plenty if I'd like to travel south.
As far as the Super Bowl I'd be tempted to put a buck or two on Atlanta. I don't watch a lot of afc games so I haven't seen the pats but I've watched Atlanta dismantle a couple teams the last couple weeks and they are tough. Don't take my betting advise though since I don't even know the line. Maybe put some of that cash to work at the poker table if you enjoy that.
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beef rouladen
yeah that the stuff!
a bunch of different flavors and it looks really nice when you slice through it too, kind of that spiral of meat and goodness!

im totally with you as far as simple food being the best
fresh honest ingredients will make the best meal

next tiem you make your carne asada put fresh oranges in it!
when i was a kid, this mexican family lived down the street
since they had kids of all ages soon i was best friends wiht their oldest boy and my sister was in tight wiht the girls
one thing "nana" would do was throw oranges into the marinate and it was some of the best meat marinade ever!
take a fresh orange and juice it, add the juice to the marinade and then throw in the sqwished halfs too ( the peel part)
some seasonings, garlic and onion and its on!

the fresh pig sounds awsome!
i remember growning up and feeding the pigs slop at my grandmas
i imagine an acorn fed beast would be off the wall, with its subtle nutty flavor as well as that fatty porky goodness.
how are you cooking that sucker?

yeah teh rain has been crazy and the damage from the storm has been really bad
flooding, trees down and a whole lot of trafic accidents
we have all been very lucky and nothing besides some minor flooding at moms house
its pouring right now as i type!
/goign to pull on the heavy coat and and fire up a fatty on the porch after i post!

re:culvers
its weird but for some reason there seems to be this line at AZ/NEV for a lot of good places
there is this joint called cracker barel that i love because: gravy!
good old timey food served in massive portions but i hear they wont step foot in California
legal stuff and what have you but it sucks alll the same
i hope cilvers makes the jump but it might just be one of those treats i ahev to leave the state for

as far as the foliar feedings go, its worth it but i understand your hesitation to try new stuff
hopefully being able to clone will help you get over that hump
once you ahev multiple copies of the same plant ( genetically speaking) its not near as scary
once you ahev it all down and have the room for it, i would totally encourage you to try some experiments using different methods
you are very good at taking advice and posting, so im sure we can think of some interesting stuff!

@sunnyfl
those tomatoes sound awsome!
my mom grows a lot of heirloom varieties and some are really neat!
not only do they coem in interesting colors/paterns but they taste different too
plus many are less acidic than store bought, something thats a problem for me soemtimes wiht fresh tomatoe
and you have to watch out for those wild pigs,man!
not only will they tear stuff up but they are mean micky fickies!
esp wiht their young, those girls dont mess around
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beef rouladen
yeah that the stuff!
a bunch of different flavors and it looks really nice when you slice through it too, kind of that spiral of meat and goodness!

im totally with you as far as simple food being the best
fresh honest ingredients will make the best meal

next tiem you make your carne asada put fresh oranges in it!
when i was a kid, this mexican family lived down the street
since they had kids of all ages soon i was best friends wiht their oldest boy and my sister was in tight wiht the girls
one thing "nana" would do was throw oranges into the marinate and it was some of the best meat marinade ever!
take a fresh orange and juice it, add the juice to the marinade and then throw in the sqwished halfs too ( the peel part)
some seasonings, garlic and onion and its on!

the fresh pig sounds awsome!
i remember growning up and feeding the pigs slop at my grandmas
i imagine an acorn fed beast would be off the wall, with its subtle nutty flavor as well as that fatty porky goodness.
how are you cooking that sucker?

yeah teh rain has been crazy and the damage from the storm has been really bad
flooding, trees down and a whole lot of trafic accidents
we have all been very lucky and nothing besides some minor flooding at moms house
its pouring right now as i type!
/goign to pull on the heavy coat and and fire up a fatty on the porch after i post!

re:culvers
its weird but for some reason there seems to be this line at AZ/NEV for a lot of good places
there is this joint called cracker barel that i love because: gravy!
good old timey food served in massive portions but i hear they wont step foot in California
legal stuff and what have you but it sucks alll the same
i hope cilvers makes the jump but it might just be one of those treats i ahev to leave the state for

as far as the foliar feedings go, its worth it but i understand your hesitation to try new stuff
hopefully being able to clone will help you get over that hump
once you ahev multiple copies of the same plant ( genetically speaking) its not near as scary
once you ahev it all down and have the room for it, i would totally encourage you to try some experiments using different methods
you are very good at taking advice and posting, so im sure we can think of some interesting stuff!

@sunnyfl
those tomatoes sound awsome!
my mom grows a lot of heirloom varieties and some are really neat!
not only do they coem in interesting colors/paterns but they taste different too
plus many are less acidic than store bought, something thats a problem for me soemtimes wiht fresh tomatoe
and you have to watch out for those wild pigs,man!
not only will they tear stuff up but they are mean micky fickies!
esp wiht their young, those girls dont mess around
Good evening pop_rocks.
I'm so glad you brought up the beef rouladen. It had been so long I almost forgot it existed. I will be making some soon, and also some beef roles with green olives but that will be different. Yep, food kept simple is great. Some things go so well together.
Thanks for the tip on the carne asada. My currant recipe for the marinade is fresh garlic, onions, lime juice (sometimes a chopped pepper) and some hot sauce that I put through the blender until smooth and marinade with. I bet the orange would add another level and some sweet to balance the acid. I'll defiantly be trying that next time.

Sounds like we are all having some crazy weather and I'm glad we are all safe and sound. Let's hope things settle down and all of out friends and loved ones are safe too. Its too early in the year to be having all these storms and crazy weather.

That sucks that you don't have cracker barrel either. They are some good home style cooking. I wonder why these places wouldn't want to take advantage of having the millions of customers in ca. Even if you don't have the Cracker Barrel I'd bet you have some nice small independent diner type places that are great at that type of food. I'm getting really hungry thinking about these places.

With seedlings going into veg over the next couple weeks I do want to experiment with some foliar feeding. I'll do some reading and searching the threads here on icmag to see what looks good. I'm thinking the window for a lot of foliar is until the buds get formed. I'm really freaked out about thinking of spraying anything on the buds..

I may make another attempt at tomatoes this summer. I think I've always used too small a pot and they get rootbound and don't do well. I also have a hard time keeping moisture in the pots. Even if I water in the morning they will dry out before I get home from work and get all wilted. They can't be happy about that and that's probably why the fruit isn't great and I usually kill them before getting much anyway.
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Glad to have you. We love our plants and I'm hoping this will be a good show. We also like to talk dogs, food or whatever is on our minds. I hope you and your plants are happy and healthy...Fiddy
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Sunny I really get to craving a good tomato about now every year. Last winter I put a grape tomato I n my flower room it took a while to narrow it down but the ak47 next to it smelled and tasted like old meat. Same cut five feet away was fine. I'm pretty sure it was the tomato as a companion. So if you plan to have both put some mint between them.
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