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Rocky Mountain Oysters. Folks used to get a 5 gallon cream can full when we operated on hogs. Great eaten.
OH. Son butchered a steer last summer. All the good eaten stuff; heart, tongue, liver. There there is the so so meat like steak.
I have an excuse. CRS.
I Would never eat anything that came out of a cows mouth,,,,,,,,I think I will have a egg sammich,,,,,,,,,
I can fix it,,,get me a bigger hammer.
1949 Cub "BB"
3 Pumkin Trailers
LT 1042 Cub Cadet
22 in. Honda Mower
Half a can of Kroil
Cant deal with tongue
But I was raised on liver pudding (aka county pate) and scrapple (bits of pork in gelatin), real popular in the rual areas of the south.
"Billy done flung a cravin on me" Jerry Clower
grandpops 52 Fcub #151651, 193 plow, 144 cultivators, 174 runner planter, Type C Duplex hopper, 53 Fertilizer Unit, front/mid mount blade, IH but non Cub 4 foot disc, non IH peg tooth harrow, and one of the infamous and much maligned belt pulleys.
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