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Submitted: Monday, Feb 02, 2004 at 08:46
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POSITION!POSITION!POSITION! Anyone interested in absolutely beautiful waterfront blocks of land. Have 30 acres (only 15 acres underwater at this stage), sewered, watered and electricity. Glorious seabreezes and waving palm trees (in pots). Plenty of wild duck and small wildlife - large centipedes, snakes and zillions of lizards heading for higher ground. Good rainfalls - varying temperatures. Apply here. POA.
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Reply By: Member - Oskar(Bris) - Monday, Feb 02, 2004 at 09:29

Monday, Feb 02, 2004 at 09:29
What's it like at low tide?
Can I pump yabbies?
Any Flathead this time of year. LOL, LOL.
Cheers
Oskar
The real oskar
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Follow Up By: Member - Cocka - Monday, Feb 02, 2004 at 09:47

Monday, Feb 02, 2004 at 09:47
Ruth I wouldn't be putting this story on the net, if a developer see's those statistcs they will move in and you will have high rise and hotels everywhere. I can see the promo now "The Birdsville Pacific Palms Resort". Carpe Diem
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Reply By: Member - Ruth D (QLD) - Monday, Feb 02, 2004 at 10:04

Monday, Feb 02, 2004 at 10:04
Was wondering which one of you boys had nothing better to do today!! Could've guessed. It's blowing too hard to launch the windsurfer. Shouldn't need to pump yabbies Oskar, because when it drops enough we should be able to hop in downstream side of the causeway and throw them up onto the bank into the eskies.
I'm the agent for the land sales and will take any offer!
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Reply By: Member - Peter (York) - Monday, Feb 02, 2004 at 10:34

Monday, Feb 02, 2004 at 10:34
Ruth D we have a wild duck on this forum maybe the puddle duck would be interested in a visit to the outback99 GU Patrol 4.2 TD
Peter York 4x4
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Follow Up By: Member - Eskimo - Monday, Feb 02, 2004 at 10:55

Monday, Feb 02, 2004 at 10:55
he's in hiding cos its duck season!!!Wow, am I cute! The extra long legs are built-in prevention against ducks disease. Great looks and a real goer. Doesnt waddle along like some.
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Follow Up By: Member - Ruth D (QLD) - Monday, Feb 02, 2004 at 11:15

Monday, Feb 02, 2004 at 11:15
I was thinking about Jemima Puddle-duck. We do a big line in emus here too Mr Mo.
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Follow Up By: Member - Des Lexik(SA) - Monday, Feb 02, 2004 at 12:47

Monday, Feb 02, 2004 at 12:47
Ruth, have you got any good recipe's for cooking tuff old mu's. I think Diamond was looking for some the other day.
Have the barra arrived yet?
If you have any recipe's, you could post on this site.
LOLDare to Lead not to Follow
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Follow Up By: Member - Eskimo - Monday, Feb 02, 2004 at 17:52

Monday, Feb 02, 2004 at 17:52
you heard how to cook galah's
well you do the same with emu's
put em in pot with an old shoe
when the shoe is tender toss out the emu and eat the shoe
but duck is different ......very tender and delicous!!!! doesnt matter which way one cook's duck really...always tasty!!
hehehe Wow, am I cute! The extra long legs are built-in prevention against ducks disease. Great looks and a real goer. Doesnt waddle along like some.
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Reply By: Member - Ruth D (QLD) - Monday, Feb 02, 2004 at 13:03

Monday, Feb 02, 2004 at 13:03
RECIPE FOR TUFF OL' 'MU - as Mrs Beeton used to say, first catch the 'mu. Then, take a clean saucepan. Cover the 'mu with water - after taking off the fevvers - then drop in a large river stone. Light large fire under pot and when water has boiled for several hours, test stone. When stone is soft, eat 'mu.
Seriously, when the French were out here in their old Citroens a couple of years ago and they wanted a feral lunch at Big Red - one of the items on the meandu was 'mu rissoles. Yumm yumm - better than wild duck even.
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Reply By: Diamond(due to duck season) - Monday, Feb 02, 2004 at 17:44

Monday, Feb 02, 2004 at 17:44
recipee for emu pie.
first of all remove rather bigish head to big for body lol.
Emu Pie
Main meal dish with individual emu pies with pepper berrie sauce
Serves 2
Degree of difficulty: Medium
Preparation time: 40 minutes
Cooking time: 20 minutes
You need:
1/2 kilo of emu rump
2 teaspoons of avocado oil (macadamia or olive if unavailable)
handful of pepper berries
2 onions
1 1/2 cups of red wine
1 cubed/skinned egg plant
2 cubed/peeled sweet yam (the orange ones)
2 cups of beef stock - leave a little for sauce.
brussel sprouts
cauliflower
carrots
young green beans
packet of puff pastry or shortcrust pastry - (unless you want to make it yourself)
Blue gum honey
Meat Mixture.
method
Place the the cubed emu rump, cubed and skinned eggplant and sweet yam in a large pot.
Pour in 2 cups of beef stock and cup of red wine.
Throw is about 3 - 4 pepper berries (not to many as they are hugely flavoursom)
Leave to stew for about 30 mins stirring every 10 mins so the mixture doesn't stick to the bottom of the pot.
The eggplant breaks down and creates a fair amount of water. the mixture will reduce considerably.

So add about 2 tablespoons of flour and a tablespoon of butter and thicken the sauce - enough for pies.

The Pie Making
Make pastries squares roughly 15cm square.
Make smaller squares and place in the middle of larger squares to strenghten the pastry where the meat sits.
Add about a 2 heaped tablespoons of meat in the centre.
Pull up the sides of the pastry to make a parcel - and pinch in the middle.
place in a moderate oven for rough 15 - 20 mins

The Sauce
1 sliced onion
sprinkle in more pepper berries
splash of wine
splash in beef stock
2 tablespoons of blue gum honey
Cook sauce until it reduces a little
Pour over pies once the pies are cooked.

yummyo
due to duck season coming
ive decided to hide out
love jemima puddle duck
back after the season
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Follow Up By: Member - Des Lexik(SA) - Monday, Feb 02, 2004 at 23:29

Monday, Feb 02, 2004 at 23:29
Diamond, I'm impressed, are you cooking them for tea at LD. Hope it was your recipe and not pinched from Toonfish.
Willies coming down the Border Track so he should be able to get some fresh meet or else there is a bloke in Adelaide who brags about being a fridgy who wouldn't miss a slice or three of nice Mu rump steaks. Just wave a white rag at them and they will come right in to you. Suckers!!!!Dare to Lead not to Follow
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Follow Up By: Member - Toonfish - Tuesday, Feb 03, 2004 at 02:18

Tuesday, Feb 03, 2004 at 02:18
nice one maaaaatteeee!
what about grilled toonfish
simply leave alone with kids for 3 hours without doing cleaning then when wife returns grill for 15 mins and he is done?
lmao
im a good boy honest!1999 NISSAN NAVARA DUALCAB
DIESEL 3.2 & SPRINGY CARLTON TOY
2 awestruck kids (dads driving!)
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Reply By: Member - JohnR - Monday, Feb 02, 2004 at 19:01

Monday, Feb 02, 2004 at 19:01
Here is the recipe for your road kill mu.

Cut about 3kg (6 pounds) of the chump end of the leg with a sharp knife, making one cut remove the bone. Fill the cavity with stuffing (any bread stuffing with seasoning will do). Secure with string or skewers placing in your camp oven. Add 3 cups of water and a cup of dripping. Simmer until the water has gone, braise in the remainng fat for about 3 hours or until tender.

Recipe from Is Emu On The Menu 1968 James Yates and Son Bairnsdale for a school building fund.Regards

JohnR - Not enough of the right travelling, some here..... some over there.......
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