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Old 05-14-2013, 04:20 PM   #11
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Actually, now that I think of it, I dont know if a smoked sausage in sausage and peppers is the way to go.

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Old 05-14-2013, 06:44 PM   #12
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Have you ever considered the idea of rockchuck sausage and peppers, Varmint?
I have to say I have not thought about it but now I sure am. Man that rabbit sure sounded good to me though.
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Agreed it does sound lovely.

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Also, could you conceivably make anything from rockchuck fur? I know you can with rabbit. I am not a big fan of the fur industry, but if it is used secondarily after eating said critter I say go for it.

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Nope the fur is really coarse and not worth anything. Fly fishers use the tail hair though for tying flies. I cut a couple of tails off every year for a buddy of mine who fishes.

I am going to have you out Creamy and go chuck hunting one time. We can eat the chuck when we are done and have a few brews

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That sounds like a whole lot of fun Varmint. I'd like that a lot.

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Old 05-16-2013, 01:47 AM   #17
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That sounds like a whole lot of fun Varmint. I'd like that a lot.
We don't really have varmint here. Least not on my property. I actually raise the rabbits so my ammo goes to deer, turkey, ground squirrel, dove, quail and goose. I don't eat the ground squirrel but the rest are tasty. Our property doesn't have wild rabbit on in so raising them is the only way. I saw all the recipes for using fat back and didn't have any so I just went for it. Was hoping the oil would pick up the slack. The peppers and onions idea is gold and I think that is going in the crock pot tomorrow morning but I am going to toss in this overly hopped pale ale I got ready for keg in it and some tomatoes, peppers and onions. Gonna be killer. Thanks for the idea
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Did you ever wind up making sausage and peppers R&RR?

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Did you ever wind up making sausage and peppers R&RR?
I did and it helped the dryness a bit but not enough to really write home about. Funny thing was I just clipped 5 bunnies the other and have 5 more I need to get to after this heat wave drops off next week and I was thinking round two was in order. I am going to go pick up some fat back this weekend and give this whole rabbit sausage game another go I think.
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Sorry it didnt work. hope it had good flavor though.

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