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    Hey Piker, mess up from a keyboard is just fine. Mess up from not take'n pic's gives you 2 strikes!

    Thanks for the pics and welcome to the Joint. Look'n forward to more pic's. (hint, hint)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piker View Post
    I do smoke some things as whole chicken belly bacon and certain sausages that I make. That is my passion sausages and lunch meats. There is so much experimenting you can do except I am not into the hot stuff as you guys seem to be. Taking sone venison and pork out of deep freeze today to make some fresh sausage. Will probably use a beer seasoning as I have some of the premixed stuff left that I want to get rid of so I can try a lot of new spices. Wii post pictures Thks Piker
    Never had anny chicken belly bacon, but it does sound good.

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    keep the pics coming
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    It took a lot of chickens to get enough bellies but I have been hoarding them all year. They only lasted 2 meals so I am back to square one, they dont have a chicken plant around here anymore

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    Piker, you need to find the chickens that drink beer. Thems have the BIG bellies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BA_LoKo View Post
    Piker, you need to find the chickens that drink beer. Thems have the BIG bellies.
    They are only grown in Broken Arrow.......same barn as the Truds.

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    the chickens I get are from the Hutterites and they are huge. Probably around 8 or 9 lbs. Any larger I will have to do turkeys.

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    What's a Hutterite? is that like a Quaker offshoot like the Amish?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmokyOkie View Post
    What's a Hutterite? is that like a Quaker offshoot like the Amish?
    Hutterian Brethren, communal people similar to Amish or Mennonites.
    Those chickens they raise are approaching capon range.
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    Quote Originally Posted by peculiarmike View Post
    Hutterian Brethren, communal people similar to Amish or Mennonites.
    Those chickens they raise are approaching capon range.
    You mean they are nearing gettin castrated?

    I'd sure like to get my hands on some thighs from them for our comps.

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