Sunday, November 27, 2016
(11/27/2016 07:00:00 PM) - Al
BUMPED: Sunday day results
BUMPED with Jim update:
I just got back from deer hunting. After 9 days of no running water and using an outhouse I’m ready for a shower. We had some good success and toasted each kill with “Trump is making deer hunting great again”. The Hillary lovers in our group were not amused.
Week 11 had Chris Burke (SI.com) and Lorenzo Reyes (USA Today) share top honors with records of 13 - 1. You ended up at 9 – 5 and in 103rd place. For the season the new leader is Elliot Harrison (NFL Network) with 105 correct. Your total of 92 lands you into 93rd.
This week it looks like Buffalo, Miami, and New England are the overwhelming favorites which means one or two should lose. The toss up games appear to be Tennessee at Chicago and San Diego at Houston.
Heading off to scrub a dub dub.
I was correct, as I thought Jim was a deer hunter. Congrats on another successful and safe hunt.
The Rambling wife just texted and told me to clear space in the freezer (which I now have to pretend I did not see, it's tough being married), as she's bringing home more steaks, chops, roasts from our son's deer, as well as some moose the inlaws needed to clear out of their freezer. They did not get around to making any ground venison, so that will have to wait until next time.
Just a quick note, I looked up what the difference was between "steak" and chops" the last time she brought venison home, and while my parents used the same terms, the difference is minimal, at best. If you ask ten people, you may get ten answers.
A butcher will say that a chop is cut perpendicular to the spine of the animal and usually includes at least part of a rib, and a steak can come from any part of the animal.--Quora
Steak is cut from the shoulder, and is usually more tender than chops, which can come from anywhere.--Yahoo
11/27/2016 07:00:00 PM