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Old 11-14-2011, 05:44 AM   #11
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My favorite winter foods.........

chili

stews

pot roasts with veggies

home made chicken soup

home made chicken and dumplings
I could really go for some of my grandma's chicken and dumplings...mmm
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I'm sorry but this about made me gag. Particularly the "inspecting for worms" part. What if you find worms? Do you clean them off and still eat it or does finding worms make it inedible?
If I found heartworms, which I haven't yet, I would discard the heart.


Don't be grossed out, its the best part if the animal.
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winter time type recipe's, chili, stew, pot roast cooked in the slow cooker, the wife's taco soup, butter beans cooked with a ham bone with cornbread!

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If I found heartworms, which I haven't yet, I would discard the heart.


Don't be grossed out, its the best part if the animal.
I have eaten chicken hearts and they were rubbery.
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I have eaten chicken hearts and they were rubbery.
that's allright WOC, i don't like the hearts either!
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One of my favorites is a good Prime Rib Roast!

First I air dry the roast for about 7 days. Pierce all over and insert slices of garlic (about 3 cloves). Rub with coarse sea salt and pepper Roast fat side up for a beautiful crust. I cook mine very rare. If someone wants theirs done more, I can nuke it by the slice and not ruin the whole roast.
This is usally what is served for Christmas dinner at my house.
Better than any restraunt

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winter time type recipe's, chili, stew, pot roast cooked in the slow cooker, the wife's taco soup, butter beans cooked with a ham bone with cornbread!
Taco soup? What's in it?

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One of my favorites is a good Prime Rib Roast!

First I air dry the roast for about 7 days. Pierce all over and insert slices of garlic (about 3 cloves). Rub with coarse sea salt and pepper Roast fat side up for a beautiful crust. I cook mine very rare. If someone wants theirs done more, I can nuke it by the slice and not ruin the whole roast.
This is usally what is served for Christmas dinner at my house.
Better than any restraunt
That sounds good I have a rack of ribs in my freezer I might have to give that a try.
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That sounds good I have a rack of ribs in my freezer I might have to give that a try.
Prime Rib is a different cut. Not ribs.
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Prime Rib is a different cut. Not ribs.
Haha that it is. Brain fart.
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Best Christmas present from an employer was a 10# rib roast from a great meat market.

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