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  • Big_Saw
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    We're having a pioneer feast....squirrel chili (7 harvested this morning in the woods near here), catfish fries (14 Lbs caught throughout the week) and black beans & sourdough (absolutely 100% homemade from scratch) ......mmm mmm good.....

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  • Lil Bear
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    I live in Conway now, and they aren't just willing to be that friendly. We are from Viola. That is where the folks are still friendly. Down here in the big city, folks are just a little different. I sure do miss being up home. By the way, that is our BOL.

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  • Lostinoz
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    Originally posted by Lil Bear View Post
    She is feeling better this morning. Thank you for the thought. I grew up in an area where the people did things like that. Not so much now unless you go to church with them- even then it is kind of rare. My sis-in-law and her family are coming over for a dinner after church on sunday. They are still working out the menu. I do know that it will be based around a cured ham. Happy Easter everyone.
    I am glad to hear your daughter is feeling better this morning!

    Wow, I thought folks in Arkanasas still do things like bringing over a plate or dish. I haven't lived in AR. for about, oh, wow, twenty years now, however we do still travel there frequently to visit family. We have quite a bit of family in the Mountain Home area.

    Oz

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  • Lil Bear
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    Originally posted by Lostinoz View Post
    Well bless her heart! I hope she gets to feeling better soon! Are you guys cooking or what? If I lived a tad bit closer, I would bring you guys over a plate.
    She is feeling better this morning. Thank you for the thought. I grew up in an area where the people did things like that. Not so much now unless you go to church with them- even then it is kind of rare. My sis-in-law and her family are coming over for a dinner after church on sunday. They are still working out the menu. I do know that it will be based around a cured ham. Happy Easter everyone.

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  • themachenic,
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    fireing up the grill.maybe some ham.or whole smoke chicken.

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  • Lostinoz
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    Originally posted by Dracos View Post
    Fond of you. But how much of that stuff could you grow on your own land? Me neither. But I did grow a 60 pound turkey a few years ago. Fed him dog food. Still fond of you!
    Hmm, never really thought about it, was just enjoying the fact that we still have it. If it was gone, I would most definitely miss it. :)

    Let's see...

    I could do fried apples in butter..
    Deviled eggs could be done..
    A version of green bean casserole could be done..
    Steamed broccoli, but couldn't make THE broccoli salad.
    Stuffed mushrooms.
    A version of potato salad could be done..
    Corn..
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    I would probably have to trade the ham for fish or chicken.
    Grape salad could be substituted with blackberries, raspberries or blueberries.
    Rolls would probably be substituted with pan fried bread.

    Overall I guess if things get that bad, I will just be happy to have anything at all. :)

    A 60 lb turkey! Wow! Any pics??

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  • Dracos
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    Fond of you. But how much of that stuff could you grow on your own land? Me neither. But I did grow a 60 pound turkey a few years ago. Fed him dog food. Still fond of you!

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  • Lostinoz
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    Originally posted by Lil Bear View Post
    Lostinoz now you went and made me hungry. My daughter has pneumonia and we will just try and have fun inside the house.
    Well bless her heart! I hope she gets to feeling better soon! Are you guys cooking or what? If I lived a tad bit closer, I would bring you guys over a plate.

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  • Lil Bear
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    Lostinoz now you went and made me hungry. My daughter has pneumonia and we will just try and have fun inside the house.

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  • teach
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    Sounds wonderful. Enjoy your family time.

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  • Lostinoz
    started a topic Easter Dinner

    Easter Dinner

    (Something to take my mind off of Lil Bear's Zombie warning ;) )

    We sure do love our holiday dinners here in the Oz family!

    We are cooking: Deviled eggs, spiraled ham, potato salad, grape salad, broccoli salad, homemade mac & cheese, green bean casserole, baked beans, rolls, corn, stuffed mushrooms, coconut cake, dessert bars, banana pudding and apple pie as well as sweet tea for all.

    We only have a couple of small kids in the family at the moment, however they will hunt Easter eggs. All of us bigger kids will play ball, frisbee, pitch horseshoes to work off all of that dinner. :)

    What's for dinner at your house?
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