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Saucy Thighs And a New Pit Boss

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Post Sun Aug 26, 2012 7:36 pm
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Once again I got a hankerin' for some saucy thighs, so back to basics. There are a zillion ways to enjoy thighs, and they sure are a lot cheaper than wings. Speaking of wings,... well, you'll see.

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And here they are, bathed in KC Masterpiece "Hot & Spicy" variety cue sauce. Mmmm...mmmm hits the spot.

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I had to break in my new pit boss, a pied mutation of the normal gray cockatiel. He's a riot, and only two months old. Regrettably, I recently lost my previous pit boss :oops: who got spooked on my brother and she split for the great horizon. See, tiels have no homing instincts.

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Post Sun Aug 26, 2012 9:06 pm
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Your thighs look awesome! :wink: The chicken thighs that is... :lol: Your new pit boss is pretty! Sorry to hear about your last one. :(
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Post Sun Aug 26, 2012 10:06 pm
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Those were some tasty looking thighs you were cooking there beercuer. Don't know how I missed a post with that kind of title earlier.

Congrats on your new pit boss. Although I wonder how he feels about a distant relative of his being grilled to perfection?

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Post Mon Aug 27, 2012 8:13 am
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Cool looking new Pit boss! and nice looking thighs.. Love me some KC Masterpiece..
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Post Mon Aug 27, 2012 6:42 pm
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Thanks guys! :D

Dyal-- And thank you for your consolation. It was a real heartbreaker alright to lose her after over 5 years.

Jim-- If I understand this correctly, when people and birds bond, people do not become part of the bird's flock so much as the bird becomes "people" flock. Therefore, the bird is a "people." As a people, he has no issue with chicken, except that he gets his fair share! :D
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Post Mon Aug 27, 2012 11:00 pm
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I had a Sun Conure for years. Birds kick butt. I miss that bird a lot :cry:

Post Tue Aug 28, 2012 1:18 am
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Seattle-Q wrote:
I had a Sun Conure for years. Birds kick butt. I miss that bird a lot :cry:


Seattle-Q, I can imagine that you do miss your Sun Conure terribly. They are among the finest and most beautiful of creatures with tons of personality. I find that a bond with a bird can be even greater and more intense than with dogs or cats or other alternative pets.
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