I was happy to get some of the "action" shots this time (that I missed for the cow tongue) where the Mrs was removing the outer skin from the tongue.  It ended up that we spiced it exactly the same, so I have nothing at all different to report other than it was pork this time.  The taste and the texture were identical to the cow's tongue.

Oh, the one difference that I do recall was that the Mrs said it was much easier to clean that the cow's tongue.  It had none of the little prickly barbs on it that the cow's did for ripping grass out of the ground.

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Food For Thought

Even when money is scarce, avoid such statements as, "i can't afford to buy thiis" or "I don't have that kind of money."
They reinforce a sense of lack. It's better to tell yourself, "I choose not to buy this at this time."

Jane Struthers, Attracting Abundance


I create easily and effortlessly when I let my thoughts come from the loving space of my own heart. 

Louise Hay, I Can Do It Cards

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