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Neighbor helps cut down tree. Steak is proper reward. Ribeye is the proper steak. Big thanks requires big steak. Cowboy steak qualifies. 

 

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Unfortunately, hunger demanded I forget pics after slicing and eat instead. Last pic is the carcass. 

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Thanks. I’m sure he basically saved my life. It was too large, too dead, and too far leaning for one person to tackle. 

 

As as a bonus, he never had cowboy steak or spaghetti squash or jalapeño poppers before. He really is under the impression I can cook now!!! ;)

 

:rofl:

 

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59 minutes ago, prowe said:

If you need some help with a lis something something please look me up.

 

We actually put a pretty big hurt in it. But, I'll keep you in mind for next time!!! :-D

 

38 minutes ago, gotzero said:

 

No kidding!

 

The apple for scale is wonderful. 

 

That was a pretty big Granny Smith also. I sliced it maybe pencil width. You could cut it with a fork. 

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6 hours ago, keeperovdeflame said:

Hey brother, any more trees on your property? "Have Chainsaw Will Travel "B)

 

Well, not at the moment but, they're dropping like flies. Given recent history, I expect one or two more trees to go at any moment. :-D

 

@Edward Cook, absolutely. I have had the wonderful experience of having some pretty great neighbors throughout my life and their help, counsel and mentoring has proved invaluable.

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31 minutes ago, TexasBlues said:

NICE!

 

i wouldnt even know where to buy a hunk o'goodness like that!

 

how did the sketti squash turn out?

 

i love me some sketti squash

 

The squash is very good. Used' 'is' because I will be finishing off the remnants today. On Monday I used a small portion with the remaining steak and cheddar eggs for breakfast then made actual Spaghetti w/ hot Italian sausage with part of it. Will use the remainder for a late breakfast today.

 

Many good butchers carry them. If you keep your eyes open, several grocers carry them from time to time because of their rising popularity.

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4 hours ago, TexasBlues said:

NICE!

 

i wouldnt even know where to buy a hunk o'goodness like that!

 

how did the sketti squash turn out?

 

i love me some sketti squash

I buy a whole bone-in  prime rib at Cost Co every November for our Christmas Prime Rib Dinner. I only use about a 4 or 5 bone roast at Christmas and cut the rest into cowboy steaks to enjoy through out the year. 

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