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Old 09-20-2012, 10:32 PM   #91
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Been cooking my Hamburger Cabbage soup all afternoon.

Hamburger
Cabbage
Garlic
Onion
Celery
Tomatoes
Peas
Carrots
Banana pepper
Water & beef broth

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Eating home made tamales must be the shovel ready job Obama was talking about. Sounds great man. Lots of trouble though.
The beef ones are easy. Pork and chicken are a pain in the butt. The sauce takes all day..but i usually make a bunch and jar it.
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Eating home made tamales must be the shovel ready job Obama was talking about. Sounds great man. Lots of trouble though.
Eating somebody Else's homemade tamales is a shovel ready job! There is something to be said for shovel ready !
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The beef ones are easy. Pork and chicken are a pain in the butt. The sauce takes all day..but i usually make a bunch and jar it.
What about the masa and rolling in corn shucks then putting just right in the steamer.

Some of the best I ever had were made with smoked brisket.
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The beef ones are easy. Pork and chicken are a pain in the butt. The sauce takes all day..but i usually make a bunch and jar it.
You aren't in TN are you? Sound good!
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No..but i used to live in jackson

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Been cooking my Hamburger Cabbage soup all afternoon.

Hamburger
Cabbage
Garlic
Onion
Celery
Tomatoes
Peas
Carrots
Banana pepper
Water & beef broth
How long do you cook it? Can you post a pic?
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How long do you cook it? Can you post a pic?
About 4-5 hours. Usually an hour on high, an hour on med, then the remainder on low.

I'll take a pic when I get home after my girl's gymnastics. Quick taste before I left, and I'm still drooling a bit in anticipation. Not sure what bread we're having with it tonight though.
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About 4-5 hours. Usually an hour on high, an hour on med, then the remainder on low.

I'll take a pic when I get home after my girl's gymnastics. Quick taste before I left, and I'm still drooling a bit in anticipation. Not sure what bread we're having with it tonight though.
Awesome!! May I share it on my cooking site?
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Awesome!! May I share it on my cooking site?
Oh hellz yeah. I'll even pm you my recipe. It's an awesome meal for cooler evenings or winter time. You can can it or freeze it, too.
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