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    Quote Originally Posted by FishSticker View Post
    Dirty messicans are born everyday at Roper, but that don't make 'em from Chas....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonw View Post
    Yes, but it was spearfishing passion... I'm always looking for divers who can kill things during the week...
    So you were trying to spear fishsticker??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duck cutter View Post
    So you were trying to spear fishsticker??
    Are you getting excited about tomato pies and potential for lewd acts of gayness?

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    Mater pies, yes.

    Lewd acts of gayness, no.
    Houndsmen are born, not made

    I wasn't planning on going for a run today..... but those game wardens showed up out of nowhere

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duck cutter View Post
    Mater pies, yes.

    Lewd acts of gayness, no.
    r-r-r-r-r-r-r-r-iiiiiiight...

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    jason--hush. seriously. just stop. adults are talking about something very important...and very southern.

    and WNW--meat in a tomato pie is good with me!

    I am glad this is posted. we are making a couple tomato pies a week these days and they are often runny. i think it takes a few hours to make a tomato pie correctly, and we just dont take the time as often as we should.

    --you MUST bake the shell first.
    --you MUST dry the maters out. paper towels then a drying rack works for us. I am not afraid to leave them out for hours. (i am actually considering trying a dehydrator for a short time prior to making the pie).
    --salt helps the drying process
    --any cheese works (but mild cheddar is unacceptable. it must be sharp or extra sharp)
    --sausage in the bottom is a go-to for us. plus some fine vidalias...and lots of fresh basil.

    good thread....for once.
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    wish we had local field or garden maters ready up here.gonna be a while before I can raid the neighbor's garden , they just started flowerin.
    We gave you Corn,you gave us clap,bad trade.

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    hey harv---heading to quetico wednesday!!
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    Onions is a good call, I'll have to add them next time.

    As far as meat goes I'd rather keep it simple. The cashier at the grocery store ask if I was putting bacon in it? Why does everything have to have bacon in it these days? Don't get me wrong I like bacon as much as the next guy, I fry two eggs in bacon grease every morning. But bacon doesn't have to go in everything.
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    Willk gave me a good tip to always use miracle whip. He said it's the best mayonnaise there is

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    Quote Originally Posted by mudminnow View Post
    Willk gave me a good tip to always use miracle whip. He said it's the best mayonnaise there is
    Miracle Whip is NOT mayonnaise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mudminnow View Post
    Willk gave me a good tip to always use miracle whip. He said it's the best mayonnaise there is
    haha. them's fightin words
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    The olive oil miracle whip is the best mayo around. Puts that nasty dukes stuff to shame.

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    Hey toof Sounds like a shore lunch or two comin up!
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    you betcha!!
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    Runny or not...I ain't eating no mater pie.
    And, before yall ask, I'm from further south than most of yall.
    Crops are harvested, animals are killed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishinmission View Post
    The olive oil miracle whip is the best mayo around. Puts that nasty dukes stuff to shame.
    OOMW is not Mayo, look on the label . It's F...ing salad dressing, you must be from above the MD line.
    Dukes is the cat's meow!

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