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22 hours ago, Coop said:

 May have to have fried green tomatoes Friday morn for breakfast. 

That would be good with some homemade gravey, big homemade cat head biscuit’s.

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14 minutes ago, Spanky said:

That would be good with some homemade gravey, big homemade cat head biscuit’s.

Not being from the south, so excuse this northerner, but what the heck is a cat head biscuit?

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Got their name due to the size. You can go thru a stick of butter and a half pint of Mayhaw jelly on a dozen of them. Assuming you still had that many people in your house the next morning;)

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The perfect accessory for cathead biscuits is a blend of real dairy butter and molassas. Even on a warm day in Houston, the mix should be thick enough to tear the biscuit in two when dragged across the plate. 

A couple of those, chasing down 3 eggs and a quarter-pound of bacon, would get you buy from sun-up to dinner, behind a pair of mules and a plow. Or a cross-cut saw and an axe. 

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37 minutes ago, wtnhighlander said:

behind a pair of mules and a plow. Or a cross-cut saw and an axe. 

Is that from experience or just hearsay? :D

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Tree felling with an axe, mule team wagon pulling, and draft horse plowing I remember from my extreme youth in western NY State. I would not say those are southern concepts as much as hill people concepts. 

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4 hours ago, Tpt life said:

Tree felling with an axe, mule team wagon pulling, and draft horse plowing I remember from my extreme youth in western NY State. I would not say those are southern concepts as much as hill people concepts. 

Wisconsin for me.

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I can see some in the first tread. I have some super good curly white oak lumber but it’s going to Bmac. If I come up with anymore and you can talk your wife out of a quilt or two we may workup a trade. :D If you ever come see your sister- in law.

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Probably could sneak a few out. I count 11 tops waiting and I'm to busy working on stuff I want to do right now to look at the Longarm machine.

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Talk to me Cousin Dave, have you tried any beard oil on your beard? I know the Houston Boy hasn’t.

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I spilt some tequila on it once and it lasted for days. No regrets! 

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I don’t think Cousin Dave wants to talk to the Ole Hillbilly down south about beard oil.:lol: Dave don’t ask me how it works! :lol:

 

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