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    Lol that bear is so wrong and sooo awesome.
    I really would like to see a "how to" on that. Perhaps you could make "thread" out of the tendons from the tenders (if you broke down a bunch of other chickens first) or maybe just some skin cut into long, thin strips?
    Does meat-glue work on skin?

    Oh man what my 12yr old self wouldn't have given for the chance to serve this to his 6yr old little sister.... especially after she'd spent a few hours looking for her missing bear...
    "I gotta tell ya, this is pretty terrific. Ha hahaha, YEAH!" - Moe (w/ 2 knives). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVt4U...layer_embedded

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    Little dude looks like Frankenbear!

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    Nice, Chuckles!
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    Quail.
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    Economy of means leads to dexterity of will.

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    Oui Chef.
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    Hell yes, those two birds look glorious!
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    The quail were tiny. It is a quail stuffed into a quail. They were brined with a bit of pink salt for color and then lightly smoked. I was thinking when it comes time to write the menu somebody is going to suggest calling it: Quail "Prosciutto". At that point I will probably regret ever having made it. Anyway, for better sense of scale.
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    Sweet boner!
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    Quote Originally Posted by stereo.pete View Post
    Sweet boner!
    And that's coming from a guy with a walrus penis boner!
    Huw
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