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What's for Supper?

Discussion in 'Lovely Grub' started by santaman2000, Aug 20, 2013.

  1. Robson Valley

    Robson Valley Full Member

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    Had my second big hit of venison in cream-mustard sauce last night. Dill pick acidic.
    For copyright reasons, you need the book for the recipe. "Kill It and Grill It." Ted & Shemane Nugent.
    All I could think about was knocking down a few Muntjac as a sub for our venison.

    I have 4 quite different dry rub spice mixes for BBQ. Every one of them runs about 1/4 of the original sugar.
    Sugar sweet isn't a valuable meat taste. I can't find anybody who enjoys that.
    Disliking a heavy sugar overtone has to be just plain normal.

    Tonight might be Greek something or other. Must collect the fixings for tamales.
     
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    beef noodle stir fry, and corned beef an cheese baps to follow.
     
  3. santaman2000

    santaman2000 M.A.B (Mad About Bushcraft)

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    NOTHING can beat a proper Virginia ham. LOL Sweet? More salty than sweet. That said, whoever cooked the ham today did so properly in pineapple juice and a honey baste.

    Today/tonight's Thanksgiving feast included one of those Virginia hams, 2 turkeys (1 smoked and 1 roasted) cornbread dressing, mac & cheese, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, oven roasted brussel sprouts with bacon, sweet potato casserole, dinner rolls, giblet gravy, and cranberry sauce.

    The dessert choices were 1 pecan pie, 1 pumpkin pie, 1 sweet potato pie, a banana pudding, and a chocolate lasagna.
     
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  4. snappingturtle

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    boiled eggs, mackerel and crackers! food of the Gods I tell thee!
     
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    santaman2000 M.A.B (Mad About Bushcraft)

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    Earlier in the week it was chili. Tonight was spit pea and ham soup. All home made.
     
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    santaman2000 M.A.B (Mad About Bushcraft)

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    Smoked ribs, french fries (chips) and snap peas.
     
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    Last night it was pot roasted sweet and sour chicken.
     
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    Pork and chorizo burger with potatoes onions peppers and mushrooms oven roasted in olive oil garlic and herbs.
    Pudding is cherry bakewell ice cream.
     
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    This winter's project, once again, is to try to "eat the freezer."
    Try to clean out the upstairs fridge freezer, frozen orance juice concentrate and all.
    I think that I can hear a chicken curry calling to me.
     
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    Clearing out the freezer is the current project here too. So, today it is chicken thighs, roasted, skin-on with plenty of salt and rosemary, peas, plus barley cooked in chicken stock. There's a load of broccoli greens too. Nice and tart. There is a big bag of blueberries need seeing off also, plus some peaches. Theys'll be stewed, with custard for 'ron.
     
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