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Old 12-22-2010, 05:26 PM   #1
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Done Cutting Up Deer

My son and I just finished up processing the five deer we took during shotgun season. This is after the three we got in Montana. I am done deered out. I held my breath until the last piece of meat was cut to say we had no emergency room visits unless Zach was going to run a finger through the grinder. And that would be his own fault since it's manual and he was running it. My husband missed out but since he took the snow blower back with him to Wisconsin, he will have plenty of snow to blow here in Iowa and it's Rollinkie rolling time. I think it might be a 3 double batch this year. What is that about paybacks?

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Old 12-22-2010, 06:24 PM   #2
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Ok, I'll bite. I don't know what "Rollinkie rolling time" is. Nor 3 double batch this year. Care to elaborate?

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Hi: All... Ditto on the enlightenment!!! All I know is that Vegetarian in native language means "Poor Hunter". LoL
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And did you really miss not having the snow blower while cutting up Prancer? Or would that have made it easier?
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A Rolllinkie is a Bohemie cresent roll with poppy seed. When my Czech mother-in-law lost her husband she stopped doing alot of things and baking rollinkies was one so the Irish daughter-in-law had to step up and keep up the tradition. Between Thanksgiving and Christmas I mass produce them and it is expected of me to provide them at family gathering. Of course during the baking the herd needs to be culled of the "weak ones" hence my husband rolls alot of weak ones. I also have to make alot of deer jerky.
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alf---i needed a good chuckle...thanks!!
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Old 12-26-2010, 09:44 AM   #7
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I don't hunt anymore but have a colleague who does. I'm happy to take his surplus but I need a bigger freezer.
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