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PostPosted: 18 Apr 2009, 11:35 
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Got a potluck monday and everyone wants mountain oysters, anybody got a good recipe or two even? I havent cooked them in 20+ years. Thanks

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PostPosted: 18 Apr 2009, 11:47 
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Deep fried :D only way ill eat them, and use ol bay

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ol bay? Is that a seasoning? Breading? Never heard of it?

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Its a seasoning that you use alot on seafood, look it up and try it. You wont be disappointed.

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Thank you, I sure will

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So how did they go?

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I wanted to try out the seasoning but ran outta time. Cooked them last night and had several who I would have never dreamed ate'em at least tried them. They were good,ty. I mixed seasoning salt and Grill in Grill out seasoning with about 8 cups flour. Cut and breaded about 5lbs and had no leftovers. Thanks alot Iwill be getting some of that seasoning. They want to cook more in another month or so.

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Haha good deal.

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Some of them were talking about wanting to try calf fries and turkey fries to now. Some of these folks are die hard city people, last few years they've ate deer, antelope, turkey, all kinds of fish, turtle, lol, I'll have people callin'em hayseeds yet! To top it off theres 10 women and only about four guys.

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If you are what you eat---then you guys are NUTS! :? :lol:

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backwoodsman wrote:
Got a potluck monday and everyone wants mountain oysters, anybody got a good recipe or two even? I havent cooked them in 20+ years. Thanks



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PostPosted: 02 Jan 2010, 04:08 
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LOL, welcome back Boom. That potluck went over good. They're ready for more.

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Thanks. :--D

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