MouthCaller

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  1. Not as in Oneida Tennessee right? Cause that's just one county over from me....
  2. It's been a long time since I've got to call you a putz on here.... Putz.....
  3. What part of the state were you going to?
  4. Try this for a little Caribbean twist on the grill. This makes enough marinade for one boneless half of a wild turkey breast. 1 TBS Kosher Salt 1 TBS Garlic Salt 1 TBS Thyme 2 TBS Whole All Spice 2 Fresh Cubanelle Peppers or 6 Annaheim Peppers (remove stems and seeds) 1 Habanero Pepper (remove stem and seeds) 1/4 cup Peanut Oil Thoroughly liquefy all ingredients in a blender. Dry the turkey breast thoroughly with paper towels. (Helps it soak in the marinade and seasoning stick while cooking) Put the turkey breast and marinade in a large ziploc bag. Shake it up to make sure the meat gets coated. Refrigerate in marinade at least two hours before cooking. (Overnight is better!) Grill the breast until done. The seasoning should stick and blacken while grilling. Enjoy! My way of doing it was slightly different because instead of the one habanero I used one poblano deseeded.... Also I've always used the Anaheim peppers never tried the cubanelle
  5. The past two nights have been wild game on the grill in the MouthCaller household... Last night was a half a deer back strap stuffed with jalapeno and cream cheese wrapped in bacon grilled to medium rare perfection and tonight is Jamaican jerk wild turkey breast on the grill. I started out with the tenderloin my making a "pocket" into it by butterflying the middle but leaving the ends attached so you can stuff two jalapeno with seeds removed (because of the kids) and almost a stick of cream cheese into the middle and I stick toothpicks to try to "sew" it back together then wrap in bacon placing toothpicks strategically to keep the bacon on... Not sure on the timing of the cook or temp but I guess I just know my grill and I cooked it time the bacon was done and the middle was medium rare. Tonight's dish is Jamaican jerk wild turkey breast that I have made a few times over the years and I actually got it off another forum. I will post that recipe in the next comment.
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    Hey y'all

    Yeah that's it! I couldn't remember lol!
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    Hey y'all

    Janice.... Now that's a name I haven't heard in a long time 😂... I feel like there used to be a rebuttal to Janice but I can't remember it
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    Hey y'all

    Guess I should've said who I was/used to be it's Will... Formerly KentuckyTurkey and TennesseeTurkey...
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    Hey y'all

    Hey everybody... I know it's slow here not like the days of 10-12 years ago but I wanted to try to catch up a little bit with you guys... I still see a lot of familiar faces from the old days who's posted in recent weeks. *Sigh*.... Where to begin..... I'm guessing the last time I posted here was 2015ish? Not even sure about that but just a guess.... Since then a lot has changed in my life... I've been divorced, gotten remarried, and I'm not exaggerating I literally went from having my one son who y'all might remember when he was born (Mason now 11 years old) to having 7 children. My current wife and I connected out of fate I guess you could say.. I lost my Dad in 2016 and also found my new bride that same year... Long story short she was told she would never be able to bear children and we got engaged and she brought her son by adoption with her so that put us up to 2 boys... We shared a want for more children so we took the only option we thought we had at the time and became foster parents. After going through the background checks, classes, home inspections and what not we were asked to take in a sibling group of 3 girls and of course we said yes so summer of 2017 Olivia 12, Kaylee 10, and Gabrielle 4 moved in with us. They all were a part of our wedding we had in August of 2017. Fast forward to Summer of 2018 a friend of ours having the same problems with infertility recommended a doctor to us in Knoxville so we started doing fertility treatments. The same month my wife became pregnant we found out our girls were not going to be able to be returned to their parents and they would be eligible to be adopted. In that same month my wife had a miscarriage. The very next month she successfully became pregnant again and this time carried full term and miss EmmaLou was born in April 2019. The father of my foster girls filed for an appeal so the adoption process was drug out to over a year later but in August of 2019 they became officially adopted. This brings us to 2 boys 4 girls. After EmmaLou was born we decided that if God wanted us to have any more children it would be because it just happened that no more fertility treatments were going to be used... Well to our surprise it happened a whole lot faster than we could've imagined because it turned out my wife was indeed pregnant again... Miss Morgan was born a little over 2 weeks ago and that brings us to 7... 2 boys, 5 girls... Olivia 14, Kaylee 13, Mason 11, Bentley 9, Brianna 7, (name change after adoption) EmmaLou almost 1, and Morgan 2 weeks. God has truly blessed us not only with the children we have but also I started a job in January of 2019 that will be no doubt my career for the rest of my life I hope. I now work for a contractor for the Dept of Energy in Oak Ridge Tennessee at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Our company removes hazardous materials out of old nuclear reactor buildings and uranium refinerys. My company has been a big part in the deconstruction of the buildings that made the uranium for the bombs dropped on Japan in WW2. Pretty sweet gig and it's incredible to see some of the thing I've had the fortune of seeing (nothing classified although that does happen if you have a clearance which I do not have lol). Hope everybody has been doing good these past few years and hopefully everybody is ok during this insanity going on currently. 20200405_200602.mp4
  10. Pulled the trigger on Sunday the second day of the season a little after 9am... Got on him the day before but couldn't get anything done with him... Next morning he was roosted in the same spot but flew down into the field on top of the hill instead of the field I was set up in... After messing around the the jakes for a little bit I slowly made my way through the woods to the field on top of the hill and crawled out to set up my decoy and started calling... Apparently I got to the field at the right time because within 15 minutes he started gobbling but he was over the backside of the hill out of view... After some cat and mouse calling for 30 minutes and him gobbling at every call I made I went silent on him and he came into view at 30 yards and at that point I could see the waddles so I sent some #5 longbeards his direction... He had a 10 1/2" beard and 1 1/8" spurs.
  11. Corey is still a jerk I see 😂.... Ben good to read something from you congrats on the marriage and kids and what not... Thanks for the thread Shaun it was really cool finally getting to meet you... Hope all is well with you guys... I actually searched the form for a turkey recipe I used to use on here and found this thread in the search results... -Will