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Lancer09

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    Trout-perch
  • Birthday 04/24/1990

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    KCMO
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    Fly fishing

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  1. Lancer09

    What's Cooking?

    11 pm and i just finished a duck and goose liver pate for a new years eve charcuterie plate i am putting together tomorrow. Going to wait until it chills to really give it a taste as thats how it will be eaten. Had a friend over last thursday who is a big deer hunter and getting into waterfowl. Claims he doesnt like deer really other than jerky or summer sausage. MAYBE a smoked backstrap. Did herb coated loin in the cast iron and finished in the oven and topped with a red wine reduction, seared duck breast shot that day with a smear of rough blackberry jam, miso chili brussels sprouts and
  2. Lancer09

    What's Cooking?

    Been using my sous vide a ton lately, last endeavor was confit'd duck thighs. Absolutely worth the day long cure, and 12 hour cook at 165 or so. Made GREAT tacos with some cilantro, shredded greens, hoisin, and sriracha. Couple days ago I wrapped up 4 gooses breasts worth of pastrami. Cured for 3.5 days then smoked. Was having trouble keeping the temp up so after an hour I finished in the oven. Unfortunately I didn't hear my thermometer beep and they got about 20 degrees too hot. Next time I think I am going to cure them, then cook in the sousvide for 8 hours or so, chill then smoke to
  3. Anyone have any idea what this feller is?
  4. Lancer09

    What's Cooking?

    We had our annual friends Christmas/Thanksgiving party this weekend. I was put in charge of appetizers, and helped my wife with the green bean casserole and deviled eggs. I made a pair of crostinis- Made crisps with a french baguette and had two variations 1. Parsnip and shallot puree base, a couple slices of med rare seared duck breast, blackberry preserves, and topped with some rosemary. 2. Honey whipped goat cheese, shaved radish and arugula, seared duck breast and topped with pickled mustard seeds Both turned out fantastic and a bunch of people who claimed they didn't li
  5. A few years back I got drawn for Pass on Thanksgiving, and Montrose on the day of one of my biggest meetings of the year.. Safe to say I didn't get to use either. This year I'll be in Austin for my step sister's wedding... selfish of her, I know. Half the time I hunt with guys who aren't the most experienced or don't have a ton of stuff. To make ease of setting up, and make sure I get help carrying everything I switched all of my decoys over to Texas rigs instead of wrapped up with strap weights.. Well still using the strap weights but they are now texas rigged and I can tell someon
  6. Had a big flock of specks above me on Monday, couple of V's, all said and done was probably close to 200 of them flying over the KC area. Never even seen them out hunting but dang do I want to kill a few.
  7. Lancer09

    What's Cooking?

    I've been fighting a bad headcold lately and took a few days off work. Had some time to myself at home and thought I'd make something warm and a touch spicy to help clear everything out. served over some steamed rice and naan and with a carrot and zuchini mix in some tomato sauce to bring it all together. Made some butter chicken that was a mix of 3 or 4 recipes I found online, how I usually do my stuff I look up as I like to take what seems to be common and what I like best from each individually. Turned out great, even if I had to go to 3 stores looking for garam masala and never f
  8. Lancer09

    What's Cooking?

    I finally got the ground turkey legs and thighs out of the freezer from this Spring. Decided I wanted to make some sausage from Rinella's cookbook. 2.5 pounds turkey, 14-16 oz. bacon ground in with it, an onion, two honeycrisp apples, (I added some garlic), S&P, cinnamon, brown sugar, thyme, lemon zest and I didn't have nutmeg, so I used some all spice. Mix all the ground meat, spices, and cooked and cooled onions, garlic, and apples together. Form patties, and vac seal to save. Tried some and they are a PHENOMENAL alternative to normal breakfast sausage, the spices swe
  9. Lancer09

    What's Cooking?

    No pictures as I got called in to work.. Last night did a seared and braised pork loin with fennel, yellow onion, and apples. Seared pork (coated with a thin layer of dijon, salt and pepper, thyme, and rosemary), removed and sauteed vegetables and fruit. Added a cup of white wine, splash of Worcestershire, balsamic vinegar, and garlic for the braise and topped to 3/4 up the loin with stock. Served slices of the pork over top of a bed of mashed garlic cauliflower and topped with braising vegetables and reduced sauce. Something that cooked long, but came together easy was super great
  10. I'm late to the party.. I run a couple of streamer rods, lines are somewhat interchangeable based on what I am doing. TFO 8 BVK, and a Redington 7Wt Torrent. I fish 200, and 250 Grain streamer express lines. for smaller stuff I fish a handful of cheap sinking leaders that are only 5 foot long that I bought a few years back, good for a 5 or 6 wt. swinging leeches or something and I prefer it to stacking shot and working about breaking a rod because of it. The 7 wt. and 200 grain line can fire into the backing with a 8 inch double deceiver on 2 or three false casts if you are dou
  11. I wish I was mechanically inclined to know what that meant? What would be the "hub." Told ya I was dumb.
  12. Got a motor question for @fishinwrench or anyone who is able to answer. Boat is a 15' 3" '88 Skeeter pushed by a 70 HP two stroke Tohatsu. About a week ago I was coming out of a creek and bumped something obviously with just the skeg of the motor or just the prop. Felt a small bump but didn't hit hard enough to kill the engine or anything. really seemed pretty minor as I was just idling. With lower water I probably would have seen what was out in the middle of the creek bed. Ran around the small local lake for a few laps at full power, as I pulled back to the ramp i had to go in and out
  13. Go to a fly shop and buy the some cheap serrated tying scissors. Cut real tight and have cut loose braid for me with no trouble. Serration helped i thought. I had a few pairs of MFC scissors and 1 got put into the bass gear kit.
  14. Hey now... 194. That car has driven to vegas, texas a couple times, colorado a few times and everywhere in between. Left the lot with 72 miles. I will have this bad boy for a while. Got a great deal on an 18 TRD pro with 5300 miles that they could make work with our monthly budget, and we definitely arent rich. Last year i started duck hunting and killed just over 3 dozen. This year i killed 9. I would like to shoot more as well. This baby will at least let me pull my boat, and haul my canoe a crap ton easier too.
  15. Well... After 11 years and 194,700 miles my Mitsubishi lancer has maybe died on me and i havent been able to source the issue over the last two weeks.... stepping up to a 2018 tundra I guess it was time for a new grocery getter and decoy hauler Itll be a heck of a lot easier to haul around everything i need, and twice as expensive as well. From small to huge.
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