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Postby GSPmom+2 » Tue Jul 22, 2008 10:40 pm

Well Guys,

There are going to be 4 different Couples getting together in 2 weeks we all all putting funds to gether for food we must submit or menus ,When they got a look at mine they were shocked.

Breakfast - Sourdough Bis.
Bacon, hash browns
White Gravy ,Eggs

Venison Burgers. I gave credit to all of us on this.
Lunch, Fuax Pheasent Taco ( Using Chicken) Complments Chaco1-VDog
Beans, salsa, Desert: Cookies


Dinner : Alaskan Salmon JC"S Way- VDog
yellow squah, Rice Tosted Sourdough bread,
Desert : Blackberry Cobbler from scratch in a dutch oven.


I will not take credit for What I did not do, but I am taking copies of your recipes with me if they want them . My menu was not plain I decided to make different things than we have done before. So I will let you all know how it goes.
These are folks I either work or Hunt with or just hang with. I call this years Menu Hunters Fav's Or almost called it Road Kill Grill, Most of the wives do not hunt so I had to tone it down. But I am going to mess with them none the less. it is in my nature.

So thank Guys for all the Good Eats.
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Postby Chaco1 » Wed Jul 23, 2008 8:44 am

Pork is one of my favorie things to use in the carnitas if no Pheasant is available.
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Postby JC » Wed Jul 23, 2008 6:53 pm

ok- now where exactly are you camping
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Postby JC » Fri Jul 25, 2008 3:44 pm

something I do you might find interesting

If you're camping with little water nearby I take a bunch of those plastic Coke/Pepsi/water bottles- the small ones- fill them with water- (I'd try one first so after it freezes you can still get the cap on) set them in the freezer, then put the caps on after they've froze.

Excellent for keeping things dry and cold and last quite long in a cooler-
and you have cold drinking water- and depending on the space of your cooler- you have all the water you need for drinking and cooking
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Postby Steve Anker » Mon Jul 28, 2008 8:39 am

Hold the bus!

Wherez the GRITZ!?
Nothing like a big glop with a flap o brown gravy and a hunk of crispy slab bacon all pushed around by one of mommas buttermilk biscuits to git ya fueled up in the morn'

thems eats.....

angioplasti to follow
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Postby GSPmom+2 » Mon Jul 28, 2008 9:38 am

Steve,

That is so true. But Most of thes folks are already questioning my food choices, I am not the only one cooking,but these folks do not enjoy the finer things in life like most of us here, these are som cityfied folks,
They find it strange, most of what I eat is game meat. Will I just tell them most of what I eat has not been shot up with drugs of any kind all natural ing go into the meat . So, go figure, You Just can't fix stupid !
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Postby Chaco1 » Tue Jul 29, 2008 7:35 am

I absolutely hate gritz. If I wanted to eat some sand I would do that. Yuk. :razz:
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Postby DilmunDD » Thu Jul 31, 2008 10:31 am

Steve Anker wrote:Hold the bus!

Wherez the GRITZ!?
Nothing like a big glop with a flap o brown gravy and a hunk of crispy slab bacon all pushed around by one of mommas buttermilk biscuits to git ya fueled up in the morn'

thems eats.....

angioplasti to follow


Are you sure you are from the North? That sounds like the South talking! Your welcome to eat with me anytime! :D mmmm grits and buttermilk biscuits w/ gravy or w/ out!

:arrow: southerner here
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Postby JC » Sun Oct 05, 2008 4:16 pm

haven't heard from you- how'd the camp cookout go
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Re: Camp menu Suprise

Postby Steve Anker » Mon Dec 01, 2008 9:38 am

[quote][Are you sure you are from the North? That sounds like the South talking!/quote]

Up North? Yep, but I grew up in Georgia, didn't ya notice the Georgia Bulldog Hat?


Grits are great if you cook them right and add a chunk of bacon, butter or gravy , heck it's the staple of the south. They fueled me up for many a days work fresh made from the Waffle House (that great suthrn institution),
some folks even fry them along with an egg or two.... (or 6), aaahemmn.
A friend of mine makes a grits casserole with eggs, cheese, bacon, sausage and a little bread crumbs.


I like grits so much that's what I named my dog, my Pointer bitch-
FC FEATHER TERRORS GRITZ-N-GRAVY

you folks are making me hungry.......

got a great new venison recipe, maybe I'll start another thread
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