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Old 09-30-2013, 11:28 PM   #41
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Pankos or crepes. Makes 3-4
2 eggs, lightly beaten
1/2 C flour
Pinch salt
1 C milk

Stir flour, salt into eggs. Slowly beat in milk.
Cook on griddle or large pan until it releases (just like pancakes), flip and keep warm while cooking the rest

Ok, anybody can make these, what's really great is the stuffing.
You can use about anything. Savory or sweet.
My favorite is breakfast crepes stuffed with:
Sour cream, cottage cheese, and pineapple preserves. I've tried with all kinds of jams and fruits but I always go back to the pineapple.

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Peppered Peccorino Cheese

1# perception cut into 3/4" cubes
3Tbs peppercorns, crushed
1 tsp lemon zest
2/3 C olive oil
Fresh minced parsley to garnish

Toss pepper, lemon, and oil over cheese.
Cover and refer. 2 hrs. Baste or shake up container occasionally.
Remove from fridge 2 hrs. before serving.
Sprinkle on parsley when serving.
It'll keep about 4 days in fridge.

Good easy party app. tray.

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2 grillers:

Grilled Romain lettuce
Trim Romain head, split 1/2 lengthwise.
Lightly brush cut side with olive oil. Very lightly. Don't soak it!
Grill cut side down until just lined. The cut side should be very warm and the back still cool. The edges will wilt and char slightly. It's ok as long as it's not burned. Watch it, it will go fast once it warms up.
Serve grilled side up on cold salad plate with just a touch of oil & balsamic vinegar.

Always use good vinegar, never that cheesy Pompeii stuff.


Grilled Pineapple

1 Pineapple trimmed & speared
2 Tbs dark rum. Not spiced rum.
1 Tbs lime juice
2 Tbs honey

Combine all and brush on pineapple.
Grill 5-10 mins. a side.

Note-any food I make, I use real ingredients. Never use bottled juices, cream of anything soup, or cheap booze.
If you wouldn't eat it or drink it, don't use it.

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Per boatme98's request, here's my "recipe" for Mexican Chili Cheese fries. Here's a disclaimer, I absolutely don't use recipes, so pretty much this is me estimating what I threw in the pot tonight.

So I used about a pound of ground chuck, I used 80/10 and browned it up along with diced onions in the skillet, drained off the excess and moved it to a stew pot, I added 64 oz of low sodium tomato juice and at this point I meant to put in a package of chili seasoning...but I'm a new mom and I am apparently too tired to cook properly so I grabbed a packet of taco seasoning (the low sodium kind) and once I realized what I'd just done I decided to roll with it and added some more cumin, some chili powder, lots of garlic and onion powder as well as some salt substitute and ground pepper, and if my MIL wasn't here I'd have put some red pepper flake and cayenne in it as well. I also added about 2 cups of minute rice to the pot because I like a thick chili. While that was simmering, I fried up some french fries. When the fries were crispy and the rice was tender, I topped the fries with some chili and melted the mexican cheese blend on top. I'm sleep deprived or else I would have chopped up some onions and put them on top as well.

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Thanks, I'll try when it starts cooling down here. It's still in the 80s here. Gotta wait for chilli.

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Rabbit in honey soy sauce.

need at least 2 rabbits cut into pieces and marinate in barbeque sauce, honey, dash of soy sauce and a little bit of curry powder.

Cook in slow oven for a couple of hours and baste a couple of times.

Serve either by itself or with vegies.

Another favourite of mine is you get a couple of potatoes and wrap in foil and throw into the edge of the camp fire and let them cook until you can get a knife or fork that will pass easily through the potato. Take out of fire and open foil and cut potato in half and add butter or sweet chili sauce and tuck in.

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Love the recipe's here but my expertise in cooking is pretty shallow. Here a couple short ones that I fill in with when my wife isnt in the mood to cook!

PBJ
BLT
Egg Sandwich
Gentleman Jack on rocks with a splash
Beer!

I would put the recipe's here but my guess is youve already figured them out!

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Beef Jerky

5 or 6 lbs of lean beef sliced into thin strips. I like London Broil or Eye of Round and it slices better if its about half frozen.

1/2 cup of Soy Sauce
1/2 cup of Worcestershire Sauce
2 tbsp DeJohn Mustard
2 tsp Salt
1/2 tsp Black Pepper
2 tsp Onion Powder
2 tsp Garlic Powder
2 tsp Ground Cayenne
2 tsp Liquid Smoke
Tabasco Sauce to taste.

Mix everything up and put it in a zip lock and marinate for 3 days in the refrigerator then dehydrate. My kids and grandkids will fight you for a bag of this stuff. A dehydrator is handy but my daughter makes it in her oven. I make a big batch several times a year to keep everyone supplied. I buy the meat when I find it on sale and then when I have enough I make a batch. Last time I made any was about a month ago and its mostly gone. I started out with 110 lbs of meat and had about 100 after trimming off all the fat I could. Then I mixed up 2 gallons of marinate. Good stuff. I have used deer meat and its good but I don't hunt so I just use beef.

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A healthier chick. salad you'll actually like.
I'd serve this in either melon or pineapple wedges at parties on the boat.

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2 C cooked chick., cubed
1/2 C halved red grapes
1/4 C sliced celery
1/4 C chopped green onion
1/2 C plain yogurt
1/4 C chopped chutney, like Major Grey's
1/2 C cashews, coarse chopped
Cantelope or pineapple cut into wedges, remove some of the fruit to hold salad.

Mix all except cashews, chill 2-24 hrs. Stir in nuts and serve in melon boats.

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