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Old 02-22-2013, 10:09 PM   #961
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"Free range" chicken strips cooked with uncle ben's long grain and rice, ky wonder beans, and sweet corn.

Cheap fast and easy. Yummy too
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Fried bluegill, bass, and pike, chips, macaroni salad, potato salad, and three berry pie. Damn that was good.
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Fried bluegill, bass, and pike, chips, macaroni salad, potato salad, and three berry pie. Damn that was good.
Damn! That sounds good!!
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Fried bluegill, bass, and pike, chips, macaroni salad, potato salad, and three berry pie. Damn that was good.
How big do the bluegill get up there ?
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How big do the bluegill get up there ?
The big dudes are 12", regular biggies are 9" or so. These were caught in Canada by a coworker. His dad caught one in a flooded stone quarry that was around 15". THAT'S a big bluegill.
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the wife tried her hand at making pulled pork cooked in a crock pot. cooked in beer instead of water, seasoned with brown sugar, garlic pepper, steak seasoning, and creole seasoning. also added onions and minced garlic from fresh cloves. she cooked it pretty much all day and i just tasted it after she added the BBQ sauce. damn it was good! this is her first attempt at making pulled pork and she did an awesome job!
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I've started up my oven. Gonna cook up some General Eisenhowser's baked beans tonight...

One pound of Navy beans, soaked overnite {started soaking this morning at 7:00 AM} cover with 2 inches of cold water above the beans, adding one medium onion diced fine, half tablespoon of salt, 2 tablespoons of Tarregon vinegar, half teaspoon of dry mustard, half teaspoon of pepper.

I'll cook this at a boil for about 25 minutes.

Mix in 5 tablespoons of heavy dark molasses.

Cut one quarter pound of salt pork into small cubes and place several into the beans and the rest on top.

Making sure the beans are covered by a quarter inch of liquid and bake in slow oven for 8 hours.

Tomorrow is the feast.

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Roast Pork Egg Foo Young and Sauteed String Beans with Shrimp.
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Lasagna tonight.

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Good southern cooking. I eat pretty good. LOL
Beef roast, homemade biscuits and corn pudding.

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Where's the rice and gravy?
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