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Old 07-13-2011, 05:18 PM   #61
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This will change your mind. two onions diced, two legs celery diced, two belle peppers diced, six slices of bacon cut and renderd. add first 3 ingrediants to bacon drippings. sautee for 5 min. add one head of broccoli diced into bite size pieces. add one 1 quater cup soy sauce and one minced jalepeno. sautee another 5 min. add to this 2 quarts peeled shrimp. sautee till shrimp turn pink. Next add one 10 oz can ea. Cream of broccoli, cream of mushroom soup. 20 oz. of water. Simmer till thickend. Crumble bacon and add to mixture. Serve over angel hair pasta with hot french bread. And if you like mushrooms add a can or two of mushrooms stems and pieces when you do the first 3 ingre..........PS you can use frozen broccoli.........PM me if you need help with the process... Enjoy

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This will change your mind. two onions diced, two legs celery diced, two belle peppers diced, six slices of bacon cut and renderd. add first 3 ingrediants to bacon drippings. sautee for 5 min. add one head of broccoli diced into bite size pieces. add one 1 quater cup soy sauce and one minced jalepeno. sautee another 5 min. add to this 2 quarts peeled shrimp. sautee till shrimp turn pink. Next add one 10 oz can ea. Cream of broccoli, cream of mushroom soup. 20 oz. of water. Simmer till thickend. Crumble bacon and add to mixture. Serve over angel hair pasta with hot french bread. And if you like mushrooms add a can or two of mushrooms stems and pieces when you do the first 3 ingre..........PS you can use frozen broccoli.........PM me if you need help with the process... Enjoy
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This will change your mind. two onions diced, two legs celery diced, two belle peppers diced, six slices of bacon cut and renderd. add first 3 ingrediants to bacon drippings. sautee for 5 min. add one head of broccoli diced into bite size pieces. add one 1 quater cup soy sauce and one minced jalepeno. sautee another 5 min. add to this 2 quarts peeled shrimp. sautee till shrimp turn pink. Next add one 10 oz can ea. Cream of broccoli, cream of mushroom soup. 20 oz. of water. Simmer till thickend. Crumble bacon and add to mixture. Serve over angel hair pasta with hot french bread. And if you like mushrooms add a can or two of mushrooms stems and pieces when you do the first 3 ingre..........PS you can use frozen broccoli.........PM me if you need help with the process... Enjoy

I don't need help with the process. I'm going to come over and sit at your kitchen table and chat with your wife while you cook us up something good.
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Adding bacon is cheating. Everyone knows you can toss bacon in a bowl of grubs and people will rave over the great taste!!
(Recipe does sound very good!!)

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You don't have to use bacon, I thru all this together when my wife was out of town and my oldest son had some friends over. I gave this recipe to one girl that was a newly wed...... Bingo, she cooks this for her husband and family on special days......Here in south La. we have shrimp at least twice a week......Deer season is here, time for my lick the pot clean Chili.......
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Brought to Montana from Wisconsin by Mrs. Ora n. Hassel.... 1881 Butte city. one half pound each chopped fine, beef, pork, and veal. one cup of bread crumbs or bread soaked in cows milk. one egg, juice of one half lemon, salt and pepper to taste... Make into a loaf and bake one hour..... This would have been baked in a wood burning stove or a dutch oven on the trail.....Bon apetite.......

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Great thread! Here is my favorite:
Grilled venison tender loin steaks

Cut the tender loins cross grain at a slight angle into 1/2 to 3/4 inch steaks

sprinkle both sides with garlic powder, Kosher salt and fresh ground pepper
cut thick sliced bacon into pieces large enough to cover steaks

place steaks on Hot charcoal grill and cover with piece of bacon cover grill

after several minutes, depending on how done you like your steak, remove the bacon, turn steaks and return the bacon to the already cooked side.

when steaks are done, serve with bacon (which should be some what crispy) on top and whatever you like with your steaks... I like a green salad, twice baked potato, grilled asparagus and a good Cabernet.

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Before i go to typing, how many of you want my wifes meat recipe. I had to steal this.......

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Jess, you seem like a great cook. I love some squirrel stuff, can you post up a recipe for them?

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I've got a recipe that was used in the times of slavery. It's called Kentucky Burgoo.....Made in large vats, and the kicker was Squirrels.....30, 40 50 or more.......

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