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Almost as good as chukar or huns.........

I think I'd rather scratch my bulging hemmoroids with a pissed off porcupine than eat either of those birds.

Now that right there is a quote worth quoting....

As a matter of fact it would be a good thread starter

"I'd rather __.

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I think I'd rather scratch my bulging hemmoroids with a pissed off porcupine

I did that once.  The porcupine was dead.  I was drunk.  I'd rather eat the birds.

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Now PC you really should have those fixed, of course the porkypines, I am sure stay well away from you, so I guess there is some good from using them.
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OK, seriously, I'll take a stab here.

Ruffs, properly roasted to a medium rare (pink on the inside), tell my palate that I'm tasting a slightly denser light meat fowl with just a hint of nuttiness and a slightly lingering finish.

good start, changed it slightly to my way of thinking...

How did that porcupine thing work out?

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Almost as good as chukar or huns.........

I think I'd rather scratch my bulging hemmoroids with a pissed off porcupine than eat either of those birds.

Chukar is one of the best wildfowl you'll ever eat, porcupine ass.

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I second all post in this thread.

I tell people they taste like darker chicken, like a dark beer tastes compared to a generic light american lager style.

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I second all post in this thread.

I tell people they taste like darker chicken, like a dark beer tastes compared to a generic light american lager style.

I like dark beer, stop insulting it.

And you know what pissed that porcupine off, yup, being exposed to Timmy's playgrou.. PC's @ss.

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The crack against the taste of pheasant was ok, but dissing the taste of wild chukar is wrong in so many ways.  I like grouse as much as the next guy, but compared to chukar its like eating an old tire without any sauce.
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Almost as good as chukar or huns.........

I think I'd rather scratch my bulging hemmoroids with a pissed off porcupine than eat either of those birds.

Chukar is one of the best wildfowl you'll ever eat, porcupine ass.

yes it is, no doubt, BUT after recently evaluating both if them, grouse kicks the chukars rear end in the taste department, BUT a close second

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as my taste buds go

1. ruffed grouse

2. chukar

3. valley quail

4.bobwhite quail

5. pheasant

6. Hungarian patridge

7. woodcock (YUCK)

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Almost as good as chukar or huns.........

I think I'd rather scratch my bulging hemmoroids with a pissed off porcupine than eat either of those birds.

PC you seem to have some interesting hobbies and weekend pursuits.

I always thought hard earned birds tasted like ....victory

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Someone will surely stop by to tell us how it tastes of autumn days, decaying leaves, toadstools, over-ripened balckberries, moist black soil.....

I really like choking my chicken.

as to the former statement yawn...... my friend wildbird asked me to tell you to......321.gif off......

as to the latter , it comes as no real surprise.... I mean you chase released ditch harlots, with a 3legged cocker and a basset hound...... and you do a poor job of that

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