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Old 28 January 2018, 01:16
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I thought guys that cook could also multiple and divide...
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Old 28 January 2018, 06:40
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Old 2 February 2018, 18:35
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Venison sloppy joes tonight, all for myself as I'm home alone
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Old 4 February 2018, 15:23
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Publix Hot n Spicy Naked Wings
Boneless Country Ribs - Sweet Baby Rays Hickory n Brown sugar - wrapped in tinfoil then seared at the end - cooked on low unti the searing
Three bean salad - this is the recipe, third time making this since it is so easy:

Ingredients
• 1 (15 ounce) can garbanzo beans (chickpeas), drained and rinsed
• 1 (15 ounce) can kidney beans, drained and rinsed
• 1 (15 ounce) can green beans, drained and rinsed
• 4 green onions, chopped
• 1 stalk celery, sliced
• 1/2 cup cider vinegar
• 1/4 cup vegetable oil

• 1 tablespoon honey
• 1/2 teaspoon ground dry mustard
• 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
• 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
• 1/4 teaspoon onion powder (optional)
• 1/4 teaspoon ground cayenne pepper (optional)
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1. In a bowl, gently mix the garbanzo beans, kidney beans, green beans, green onions, and celery. In a separate bowl, whisk together the vinegar, oil, honey, mustard, garlic powder, black pepper, onion powder, and cayenne pepper. Pour dressing over the salad, and toss gently to coat. Cover, refrigerate at least 2 hours, and gently toss before serving.
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Old 4 February 2018, 17:45
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Hungarian partridge from my North Dakota trip last year, crusted with Old Bay, parmesan broiled carrots and Brussel sprouts.
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Old 4 February 2018, 19:17
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Hungarian partridge from my North Dakota trip last year, crusted with Old Bay, parmesan broiled carrots and Brussel sprouts.
Is that a big plate or are those tiny portions
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Old 4 February 2018, 19:29
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Some of both. A Hun is only slightly larger than a quail.

See fitness thread. I don't want Hot Mess to refer to me as fat as fuuuuuuuuck.

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Old 4 February 2018, 19:49
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I don't want Hot Mess to refer to me as fat as fuuuuuuuuck.
Wear bulky clothes and ugly boots....
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Old 13 February 2018, 12:23
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one of the most requested for parties and bbqs is my deep fried cheesecakes. I do strawberry, peanut butter banana, and chocolate raspberry.

my wife absolutely love a chicken dish I make. spicy honey bbq chicken. she has been hounding me for the recipe for years. and I keep telling her "ill give it to your for Christmas."

little does she know that I don't actually have a recipe for her favorite dish. I mean I have the stuff I usually put in it, but not quantities.

I'm more of a "lets see what we have" kind of cook.
Been away, closed the Que Joint downtown, moving out to the 'burbs. Anyway.. one should not be allowed to post like this.

"Well, my most requested, almost world famous item is..." but don't ask me for the recipe because well, I just make it up as I go. Here I was in need of a fancy dessert for the new place.

Speaking of cast iron, my MIL gave me some skillets while I was still working for Uncle Sam. We toted them around everywhere but rarely used them. Now, we have one that sits on the stove and gets used most everyday. We ran through more than enough of those coated non stick and I finally decided to break these out. Don't know that I'll ever by one of the other ones.
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Old 13 February 2018, 12:31
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Hungarian partridge from my North Dakota trip last year, crusted with Old Bay, parmesan broiled carrots and Brussel sprouts.
Duuuuuuude. Roasted brussel sprouts (olive oil, garlic powder, and a little salt & pepper) are like friggin' crack.
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Old 13 February 2018, 13:13
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Speaking of cast iron, my MIL gave me some skillets while I was still working for Uncle Sam. We toted them around everywhere but rarely used them. Now, we have one that sits on the stove and gets used most everyday. We ran through more than enough of those coated non stick and I finally decided to break these out. Don't know that I'll ever by one of the other ones.
Cast iron skillets are the black party dress of the cooking world. Great for all forms of cooking (the skillet not the dress).
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Old 13 February 2018, 13:22
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Cast iron is killer. If I am doing sauce or something I jump back to steel, but fry, brown, etc... Cast Iron. everything but fish. My wife freaks out when i cook fish in "her" cast iron skillet.
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Old 21 February 2018, 18:07
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Pulled pork sloppy joes.

Damn fine belly full.
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Old 22 February 2018, 10:02
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Today's Breakfast

I made a Frittata and homemade corn chips.

This is an amazingly simple breakfast.

Frittata with Roast Beef and Mild Green Chili's.

***All amounts are approximations.

Use an 8" skillet

Turn heat on low

1-TBSP of butter
4-Eggs
1-Cup Milk
2-TBSP Green Chili's
1/2-Cup Roast Beef
1/2-Cup Tillamook Sharp Cheddar
Salt and Pepper to taste.

Separate yokes and whites. Whisk the hell out of the whites this adds air and makes it very fluffy. Fold the whites into the yokes. Add milk to eggs. Dice chili's and roast beef. Pour eggs in heated pan. When eggs are set add toppings, chili's, meat, then cheese on top. Heat oven to 350. Cook about 15 minutes or when the top is browned.

Throw in whatever you like. Next one is homemade smoked brisket.

Pull out of oven. Eat.

Fresh tortilla chips.

3-Corn Tortillas
Oil

Pour oil into pot. Only fill pot half way. The oil will bubble and rise when chips are added so this is a safety issue.

When oil is hot throw in SOME of the chips. We do not want them to be crowded. Place paper towels on plate. When done to your liking remove from oil, salt immediately. Places chips in a single layer. If they are not, then you get steam and have anything but crunchy chips.

These are great for nachos, taco salads, taco bits etc. Also slice them into strips and throw on a salad.

The chip idea is pretty easy but had my wife not made me fresh chips I would have never stopped buying them from the store. This never crossed my mind.

Enjoy.
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Old 27 February 2018, 22:34
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No pics. The spouse unit has had vertigo the last 2 days making me the Iron Chef of the house.

Put some spaghetti together tonight adding some chopped up onions, green bell peppers and tomatoes.

Almost as good as the Spaghetti Factory in Atlanta. If that place is still open.
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Old 28 February 2018, 01:11
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"I don't know why they call this stuff hamburger helper, it does just fine by itself."
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Old 28 February 2018, 02:17
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"I don't know why they call this stuff hamburger helper, it does just fine by itself."
Real tomato ketchup, Ed?
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Old 4 March 2018, 03:21
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Finally got around to making some sausages with the trim from an elk and deer. 38lbs breakfast, 15lbs apple strudel, 12lbs Italian, 12lbs brats, 10lbs Hmong style. First time making the strudel and Hmong and I can say both will stay in the line up.
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Old 4 March 2018, 08:42
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Old 4 March 2018, 12:42
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