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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Billy K, Jul 11, 2013.
Besides playing bass I have to put food on the table. Roast,carnitas good eating.
and here she is 240 pounds one shot one kill you can see the blood blast on her heart lung area behind the shoulder.She ran 10 yards and dropped.
how is wild boar? haven't had that yet.
quick semi-related story. I was scared to death of the mounted boar head on my uncle's wall growing up.
It's pretty good. They're a menace like you wouldn't believe here in Florida, so it's pretty much open season on them all the time. I've been to more than 1 wild boar cookouts with some of my friends that live in the country. You just have to make sure you cook it well enough, because unlike farm raised pigs, these guys can be chock full of all sorts of nasty parasites and whatnot.
that's not all that different from farm raised really. lol..
wasn't sure if it was gamey at all or not.
my dad boar hunts in georgia/south carolina every year.. i'm pretty much not into the hunting thing anymore...
Jeepers creepers that guy is huge! My boss said wild boar is not very gamey at all...at least the two back strips aren't. You'll think you're eating pulled pork from a rib joint. I have yet to try it, but I want to
Not really. The stuff I've had has all been slow cooked, pulled and shredded BBQ stuff though, so I don't know if you were to make a pork chop out of it how it would taste.
slow cooked shredded pork for me too.
Dang, that's a lot of bacon!
I don't know too much about hunting or wild boars. But I do know we have feral pigs here in Northern California. Those pigs do a lot of damage to crops and groundcover because of their rooting. They are a menace here too.
No bacon they are too lean no fat on them. Gamey taste can be a number of reasons you got to gut and cool it down fast and don't puncture the inserts. I slow cook low heat crock pot on low for 8 to 10 hours. I had some carnita tacos for lunch today yummy.It is true they do a lot of damage to crops I hunt in barley fields and they eat that stuff for months so they taste good I have hunted in the winter in Sonoma county and they eat acorns,roots ,road kill and did not taste that good. I soaked that one in coca cola over night with garlic and other spices and it was decent