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    Happy New Year!

    Wishing everyone a Happy New Year!

    I know some of you don't like blackeyed peas OR pork jowl but try to get a bite anyway.

    Wilbur

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    Happy new year

    Quote Originally Posted by Wilbur View Post
    Wishing everyone a Happy New Year!

    I know some of you don't like blackeyed peas OR pork jowl but try to get a bite anyway.

    Wilbur
    Most of us southrons will celebrate with blackeye peas and hog jowl in honor to our forefathers. When the yanks came thru and burned or destroyed everything, they left the cowpeas thinking they wernt fit for humans. When they raided the smoke house they left the head and feet. That's how we survived. Now were eating high off the hog.

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    Happy New Year from our home to yours. May 2019 bring you and your families the best as we roll into a New Year and shooting season.

    Calvin & Amber
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    Happy New Year Wilbur and thank you for your fine site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wilbur View Post
    Wishing everyone a Happy New Year!

    I know some of you don't like blackeyed peas OR pork jowl but try to get a bite anyway.

    Wilbur
    Sorry Wilbur, I absolutely refuse to eat that. You can have my share.

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    I think I'd rather try the jowls than go back to that 25 below crap Brandon's posting

    Thanks Wilbur

    Happy New Year all

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    Hog jowls....my Dad used to love pickled pigs feet! He grew up in a cabin in northern Minnesota and considered them a delicacy.

    Pickled herring and potato lefse for me, a nod to my Norse heritage. My late wife was Swedish and made the best Swedish meat balls...they are always on our feasting list for the holidays. Our youngest daughter has taken over being the keeper of the meatballs recipe, including the old electric fry pan they were made in for decades.

    Have a great 2019. -Al

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    Happy New Year to all .....

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    I Et mine for dinner

    (lunch to my northern friends) blackeye peas with the jowls cooked in and a little hog lard for seasoning, along with a mess of fresh turnip greens picked out of our garden, a big ol skillet of fried okra, and a pone of cracklin bread. Shore nuff fitin' Oh yeah, a slice of buttermilk pie and a baked sweet tater

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    Dammit Jerry - now I've got to go back to the Piggly Wiggly.

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    jowls

    We used to butcher about 4or 5 hogs a year when I was a kid. I don't know what Grandpa did with the jowls , threw em in the sausage I guess. I tried em one time and they tasted like fat bacon to me and my fore fathers came from Tennessee. We know how to fix ham and tenderloin though. Doug

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    New Year

    Happy New Year to one and all.
    Wilbur, it lightens my heart to see you post, thank you for this web sight.

    Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob1949 View Post
    Happy New Year to one and all.
    Wilbur, it lightens my heart to see you post, thank you for this web sight.

    Bob
    +1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wilbur View Post
    Dammit Jerry - now I've got to go back to the Piggly Wiggly.
    Or as we used to call Piggly Wiggly the Hogly Wogly!

    While there they are having a special on Chicken Faces.

    Hope you have a great 2019.

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    Flung a cravin' on Wilbur

    Quote Originally Posted by JerrySharrett View Post
    Or as we used to call Piggly Wiggly the Hogly Wogly!

    While there they are having a special on Chicken Faces.

    Hope you have a great 2019.
    I already know that you don't like it Happy new year to you too

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