J Stretton

  • J Stretton and Profile picture of HatchHatch are now friends 3 months ago

  • J Stretton posted an update in the group Group logo of North Central TexasNorth Central Texas 3 months, 1 week ago

    a few of you asked me about the various recipes I used for the BBQ sticks and corn when at the last meet. So, I figure one of the things I like to do is share the knowledge I have.
    For the Filipino BBQ sticks, here is how they are typically made (I cheated a bit for time reasons)
    Pork Butt or Pork Carnitas -5 to 15lbs, depending on how many…[Read more]

  • J Stretton posted an update in the group Group logo of North Central TexasNorth Central Texas 3 months, 1 week ago

    Great time this weekend guys! Thanks to everyone who came out and participated. It was nice meeting everyone. The stories around the campfire were great, as was the singing and guitar playing.
    By far, though, my favorite part of the day was the Skeet shooting against Hatch. That guy can sling a shotgun, for sure!

    • Thanks J for the head swelling words and all the belly swelling grub you made for us! Ya, and I have a big nasty bruise on my bicep from slinging those shotguns and not getting them set correctly in the shoulder… ache…
      And Jack looked like he was in a candy store popping those clays!!!
      An Awesome Time Indeed!

  • J Stretton posted an update in the group Group logo of North Central TexasNorth Central Texas 3 months, 3 weeks ago

    For the first meet-n-shoot, I figured I should actually post the menu for Saturday nights dinner.
    Since the request was made to make the meal something filling, but not heavy, and also something that required no utensils or plates, I will be cooking and serving
    Sausage Wraps (and hot dogs for kids)
    Filipino BBQ sticks
    Corn on the cob.…[Read more]

  • J Stretton posted a new activity comment 4 months, 2 weeks ago

    As your humble camp cook, if anyone that signs up to attend has any food allergies, let me know and I will work around it. The dinner meal will be simple and hearty, hearkening back to the times when we sat around campfires, telling stories and filling our stomach with good food, shared by good people.

  • Aaron,

    I’m not sure if you’ve gotten any response yet, but I can give you some advice. If you have pistols and a shotgun, you can realistically hunt here in central/north texas, as long as you do it close range. With your shotguns, depending on the gauge, you can run rifled slugs through it and get up to 100 to 150 yds off of that. That will let…[Read more]

  • J Stretton became a registered member 4 months, 2 weeks ago

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