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Old 10-19-2013, 12:49 AM   #121
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Here's my recipe for Freedom Pie. You start off with a 660gr copper jacketed lead core bullet and 286gr of your choice of powder. Put your powder in a primed 3.91 inch brass casing, and top it off with your bullet and VOILA! Your own .50BMG Round that'll satisfy the taste of any Commie, Taliban, or any enemy of the United States! Then you load it in your choice of caliber appropriate rifle or machine gun and show them bad guys some freedom!

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Just let the cat lick them clean.
Cats don't come around my place. I'm allergic to Cats. When a cat gets too close my right index finger involuntary contracts and launches a copper or lead projectile in their direction. Or the front door opens and the heeler and shepherd come out to play.
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Cats don't come around my place. I'm allergic to Cats. When a cat gets too close my right index finger involuntary contracts and launches a copper or lead projectile in their direction. Or the front door opens and the heeler and shepherd come out to play.
I bet you and JW get along really well, don't ya?
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Primer is the resident feral cat assassin.

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Primer is the resident feral cat assassin.
I'd say he could camp out at my house any day, but I've lived here for 2 years now. All the feral cats bit the dust a long time ago.

Christmas time is coming though. Shortly after there will be more targets.
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Beef stroganoff

1 lb stew or stirfry meat (today I used sliced up new York strip steaks that came from my grandparents slaughter this year)

1 can beef broth

3 cloves of garlic

1/2 small can of peas

1 small can of mushrooms

1 medium sized container of sour cream (low fat works best)

Handful of flour and olive oil for cooking.

Coat the bottom of a deep skillet with oil and heat over medium while you mince the garlic. Put garlic in pan and coat the meat in flour. Add the meat to the pan, and cook until browned, stirring often. Watch closely so garlic doesn't burn. The flour should start to resemble wallpaper paste. That's normal, don't worry. Add can of beef broth and stir to deglaze the pan. Add equal amount of water. Stir (whisk) until the mixture is smooth with no flour lumps. Add peas and mushrooms (drained!) and let simmer until sauce thickens, stirring often. Once sauce has reaches desired thickness, lower heat and stir in sour cream. Continue stirring until cream melts and is thoroughly incorporated. Salt and pepper to taste. Serve over rice or egg noodles.

Its so easy and PERFECT cold weather comfort food.

Don't leave out peas or mushrooms, it won't taste right without them. (just pick them out before you eat it, I do)

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Beef stroganoff

1 lb stew or stirfry meat (today I used sliced up new York strip steaks that came from my grandparents slaughter this year)

1 can beef broth

3 cloves of garlic

1/2 small can of peas

1 small can of mushrooms

1 medium sized container of sour cream (low fat works best)

Handful of flour and olive oil for cooking.

Coat the bottom of a deep skillet with oil and heat over medium while you mince the garlic. Put garlic in pan and coat the meat in flour. Add the meat to the pan, and cook until browned, stirring often. Watch closely so garlic doesn't burn. The flour should start to resemble wallpaper paste. That's normal, don't worry. Add can of beef broth and stir to deglaze the pan. Add equal amount of water. Stir (whisk) until the mixture is smooth with no flour lumps. Add peas and mushrooms (drained!) and let simmer until sauce thickens, stirring often. Once sauce has reaches desired thickness, lower heat and stir in sour cream. Continue stirring until cream melts and is thoroughly incorporated. Salt and pepper to taste. Serve over rice or egg noodles.

Its so easy and PERFECT cold weather comfort food.

Don't leave out peas or mushrooms, it won't taste right without them. (just pick them out before you eat it, I do)
Sounds very similar to the recipe my mom used minus the peas. Now I am hungry for it. Mom used round steak, seems like there is a fair amount of it in a cow, and there are few ways to cook it that don't leave it dry and tough. She always put it over egg noodles.

A quick side story, back when it was ok to feed table scraps to the dogs we had this mutt that someone dumped off at the cider press. Somehow when our apples had been pressed and bottled and loaded in truck the dog was loaded too. Mom would take the scraps and scrape them into the dog bowl. If there were any peas among the scraps they would remain in the bowl. It got to the point that mom would mix the peas into some left over mashed potatoes to hide them. It never worked, that dog would attack that bowl and there would be a pile of clean peas left when she was done.
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It is impossible to make Beef Stroganoff without adding red wine to the base. It may also be illegal.

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It is impossible to make Beef Stroganoff without adding red wine to the base. It may also be illegal.
I loathe cooking with wine. So in short, you are wrong.
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I loathe cooking with wine. So in short, you are wrong.
Never tried it with wine, "a little wine for the stroganoff, a little wine for me. A little more wine for the stroganoff, a little more wine for me. Screw the stroganoff the rest of the wine is mine!!!"

Seems to me Mom used wine vinegar in hers, but I am not positive.
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