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Old 08-18-2018, 09:43 PM
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Two Jacks is a local pizza joint I like...

I don't know where you're going with the recipe though...
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Two Jacks is a local pizza joint I like...

I don't know where you're going with the recipe though...
Tied up for a bit but I will try to finish it ASAP. lol The recipe comes from my Great Grandfather...
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Damn I am hungry now. Camping recipe so easy it is crazy. We used to do a lot of camping at red river gorge. Me, brother and some friends. And we used to have a man trip to camp in a recess cave. No tents allowed. Everything was lowered down by rope. This is our go to recipe. Nothing fancy.
you need enough whole chickens for all. Plenty of foil. Butter. Green peppers. Onions. Potatoes if there is room. And beer. Salt and pepper. Foil and more foil. Lay out the foil to hold the chicken. Do not tear it off. After getting the bird out and removing anything inside throw in a stick of butter, some salt and pepper inside and out, put in his ever much green pepper and onions you want, if any room left throw in some potatoes. Now roll the chicken in the foil 12 times for heavy duty foil. A few more rolls for thinner. Close the foil on the head end. Stand on end and pour some beer in. Close that end. Now throw the whole thing on the campfire and go do whatever. Think we usually give it an hour to cook. Just roll it around in 30 minutes. You could leave on longer. We experimented with this for some time. You can lay in it right in the campfire and go about your business. It will take forever for this to burn. And if you let it go longer you may find some crunchy chicken skin that is the best you will eat. The chicken is moist and flavored with the onions and green peppers and butter and beer.
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I have an extreme amount of habaneros , ghost peppers and some other kind of hot peppers . What can I do with them ?! 3 Walmart bags stuffed full .
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I have an extreme amount of habaneros , ghost peppers and some other kind of hot peppers . What can I do with them ?! 3 Walmart bags stuffed full .
smoke them and turn them into salsa, maybe not add too much of the ghost peppers lol




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I planned to smoke them and was thinking about a chili paste for now and I could add it to a salsa or anything I wanted to ? How can I store them until the weekend ? Freeze them as is whole ?
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Fried rice isn't my specialty...


Buy some flanken cut beef ribs and get your brineinade ready (it's kind of a mariade, but salty like a brine)

1 C soy sauce
6 cloves garlic, crushed
1 tbsp grated ginger (fresh is best)
1 tbsp sweet rice wine vinegar
1 tsp lime juice
1 tbsp toasted sesame seeds (optional)

Marinate for 18-24 hrs (Ziploc bag for this amount) turning the bag a few times to ensure good flava'.

Drain, optically you could turn the marinade intoa glaze, but I find it way too salty.

Broil high for 5 minutes a side and serve with fried rice of your choice.

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No grill? no problema.

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Iíve come to the conclusion that itís not possible to have too much cast iron, thereís nothing like cooking in good old school American iron, Griz, Wag, Lodge, itís an obsession for me! Right now Iím trying to get my wife to make her killer meatloaf in the new Lodge bread pan. I have my momís vintage Vollrath Lo-Heet stainless steel fry pans, seasoned and ready to go. Working on cleaning up Wagner waffle iron, and on the hunt for a #4 skillet, itís madness. My favorite skillets were bone-yard finds, and we cook in them relentlessly. Although Iím leery of Asian made cast iron for cooking due to heavy metal content concerns, it makes for great yard art! Cooked breakfast bacon in my favorite Griswald square skillet today, and heated tortillas on the Cracker Barrel skillet that we bought in St.George, UT a few years back, and so it goes...
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XJWonders in his duck blind right now:


I wish I had kept what was left of Grandma's vast iron. My brother in law nabbed it and the meat grinder, but I got Grandad's tools.


This weekend is gonna be just like camping...

Fried turkey
Quartet Apple/pear pie from scratch
Homemade vanilla ice cream
Herb+goat cheese butternut squash
Parker House rolls
Taters and gravy
Possibly stuffing...

It's a Thanksgiving warm-up to be sure
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