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    Meat Exchange

    Alright, it's Thursday and we are still not finished the 87lb smoked ham that I cooked for Sunday's thanksgiving dinner. I have eaten ham in every possible configuration possible.

    If there is anyone in the New West/Burnaby area in the same dilemna, let me know what you got. Maybe we can avoid this meat going to waste.

    P.S. - don't suggest making soup (done that already) or freezing a bunch (done that too)
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    I was nervous after reading the title, but clicked anyway...

    Turns out you really just wanted to exchange meat!

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    Ohhhh its a LEFTOVER exchange. Hmm let me check the fridge...
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoolDaddyGroove View Post
    Alright, it's Thursday and we are still not finished the 87lb smoked ham that I cooked for Sunday's thanksgiving dinner.
    Hmmmm....

    87lbs.

    Ham price probably $7.29 per kg = good value.... / by 2.20456 = 3.10 per lb.

    87lbs x 3.10...

    You bought a $270 ham? Yowzers. And that's not at retail prices.

    What you cook it in, a flaming 45 gallon drum?

    I will trade you bacon wrapped possum for 20lbs of leftovers. Some apple
    sauce would seal the deal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoolDaddyGroove View Post
    I have eaten ham in every possible configuration possible.)

    Um - wrong - J Dahlmer (remember him) woulduv fed it to his victims, then dissected them and eaten bits of them, thus enjoying re-constituted ham ... bettya haven't tried that menu.

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    You've ate the ham in every possible configuration?

    Have you talked to the wife about trying some configurations from the "Hamasutra"?
    Last edited by bandito; 10-13-2011 at 08:40 PM.
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    Ok, maybe 87 pounds of ham was a wee exageration. Lets put it this way, it filled my Weber BBQ. It fed 12 people (two of which have Syncro grade appetites)............5 days later, and I still got at least 5lbs left. Even left some out for Chia on his door step, and its still there. I think he is on general meat overload.

    Now, we all know bacon makes everything taste better, even bacon wrapped bacon is pretty awesome, but short of wrapping the cat in bacon I am out of ideas.

    Please help, I am in dire straights
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    Dehydrate it

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoolDaddyGroove View Post
    Even left some out for Chia on his door step, and its still there.
    That would explain the cats & dogs burping and farting in my hood the past 2 days.......next time knock!
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    My mom grinds up ham in the food processor and mixes in mayo and sometimes chopped up pickles. We call it ham smash. Good on toast, crackers, fingers, sandwiches...

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    Quote Originally Posted by stinkyfast View Post
    Dehydrate it
    I think that's an awesome idea.

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    Ham jerky, can't be beat!
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    Quote Originally Posted by K-rod View Post
    Um - wrong - J Dahlmer (remember him) woulduv fed it to his victims, then dissected them and eaten bits of them, thus enjoying re-constituted ham ... bettya haven't tried that menu.
    I have a Donner party joke to throw in here, but I won't.

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