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How to Cook Pheasant in a Slow Cooker Pheasant can be a unique addition to your dinner plate. It has a gamier taste than chicken or turkey, but the tiny size of the pheasants makes these ideal for small families or couples. If you want a carefree method to cook pheasant to get tender, delicious results, use your slow cooker. You simply prepare the pheasant in the morning add it to the slow cooker before you go to work. When you get home, your pheasant dinner will be waiting for you.InstructionsThings You'll NeedSlow cooker (also known by the brand name: Crock Pot)Slow cooker liner (optional)1 zip top gallon sized bag1/4 cup flour1 tbsp. seasoned salt or spiced salt blend such as Old Bay or Tony Chachere's2 pheasants, boned and cut into pieces2 cans of condensed cream soup (any flavor or combination) (See tip)2 soup cans of water1 package dry onion soup mixPut the cut pheasant into the zip top bag.Add the flour and salt seasoning to the bag with the pheasant. Seal the bag and shake to coat the pheasant.Put the
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Here is collection of articles I found for Milky Way photography. I love night photography and I guess Milky Way background can be win-win addition to any night shot...
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Milky way panorama by michael Nov 25, 2014
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Jokes, I like by michael Apr 4, 2014
Few jokes from my collection...
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The tale about fisherman and little fish illustrated by pictures made in Burma.
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Posing Guide by michael Nov 11, 2013
If you ever run out of ideas, get stuck in creativity or simply need some guidance when shooting female subjects, you may use following posing samples as a “posing cheat sheet”. Many pro photographers use such a technique when preparing for and during the photo shoot.The poses in this article are selected as initial reference. I would advise to look at the poses together with your subject, especially if she’s inexperienced. During a photo shoot don’t hesitate to discuss with the subject which pose is or isn’t working in any particular situation. It’s usually very productive and you both will feel more confident in what you are doing.OK, let’s start, one by one.1. Very simple portrait pose to start with. Have the model look over her shoulder. Note how unusual and interesting a portrait might look, if shot simply from a different angle.2. In portrait photography, hands are usually not visible or
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Inspiration by michael Nov 7, 2013
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Baby Photography by michael Nov 5, 2013
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Creative thinking by michael Oct 26, 2013
Isn't it obvious?
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Global Warming by michael Sep 16, 2013
Global warming stopped 16 years ago, reveals Met Office report quietly released... and here is the chart to prove it
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Chester by michael Sep 2, 2013
Chester is very interesting medieval city and best stop on the long way from North Wales to York.
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Planning your way from Cotswold villages to North Wales don't ignore Stokesay Castle and Hampton Court.
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Quail 2012 by michael Jul 29, 2013
Hunting at the Napa-Sonoma Marshes Wildlife AreaThe Napa-Sonoma Marshes Wildlife Area is a type C area, however, hunt days are Saturdays, Sundays, and Wednesdays during open seasons for authorized species except rabbits may be hunted daily during the September dove season. There are no day use charges to the hunter or visitor, however, voluntary permit cards are available at the Huichica Creek Unit (Buchli Station Rd. parking lot). Brief wildlife area and species regulations are listed below. Junior pheasant and duck hunt information is available here. Complete information can be found in the regulation booklets, available at most sporting goods stores, DFG regional offices, and on the internet. You can also get a map of the area, which is highly recommended information on Junior Hunts
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The Cotswold Villages by michael Jul 29, 2013
Cotswold is most charming English region.
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If you love birds of prey you must visit this place, if you don't you must visit anyway and you will love this birds.
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Bath, Bristol, Wells. by michael Jul 26, 2013
Despite Bath is mentioned as "must go" in most tourist guides, I believe it can be easily skipped if you are not really fan of Romans. However area around Bath is really worth the visit.
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Windsor Castle by michael Jul 25, 2013
The castle is still in use for few days in year as the Quin residence. If you so unlucky to get there along with the Quin most of the attraction will be closed. I was lucky, the Quin was busy in London and the entire castle was at my disposal. The castle is heavily guarded even the Quin is not there. I am not big fan of all "royal" stuff but there is not better way to see royal guard and ceremony of change of the guard. The castle itself with museums and churches makes it as a very interesting destination. Even struggling with jet-lag I enjoyed this.
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Here are materials I found preparing trip to England and Wales
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English driving by michael Jul 23, 2013
Driving on the "wrong" side of the road is actually not that complicate. I just had to repeat to myself "mantra" turn right into left lane. Left turn is obvious since you do not change the lane. Much more challenging was to use to right steering wheel. It confused my feeling of car gabarites and I tend to get closer to left shoulder. Since there no shoulder on most of English roads it gets pretty dangerous. When I finally understood this I started to "link" myself to right side (middle line) and that resolved the problem.
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