barney's Cheap Eatin' Thread

Discussion in 'Food Preparation, Camp Cooking and Recipes' started by barney, Oct 22, 2017.

  1. Nock

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    I really like these. Popped the top on a new jar this morning. Something little off on them. Inside soft as mush. I ate first one. Tried another same way.
     
  2. barney

    barney 12 pointer

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    I quit buying those because they were mushy. The bolony is still good.

    Now I need to go get a jar..
     
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  3. mudhole crossing

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    Hilarious my friend! And those nipples look tasty!
     
  4. Mossy Oak Boykins

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    i thought you meant your wife was fixing breakfast for you Barney lol
     
  5. mudhole crossing

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    I use to work at a super market years ago and the seal on their jars were always below par. Just as many with a bad seal as a good seal. Possibly still the same.
     
  6. Nock

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    Normally they are firm just like a uncooked hotdog. Seal was good.
     
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  7. barney

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    We quit buying the links a couple of years ago because of mushy texture. I don't like it at all. The rope bolony is still great, though.
     
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  8. dirtstalker

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    The links have went down hill quality wise for several years. I love the rope though. I wish theyd make the rope in a smaller jug, the full gallon makes me hurt. Maybe because i eat all of it in about 10 days, by myself.
     
  9. kyoutdoorsman

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    King Oscar has coupons. Buy 3 cans get 1.00 off. Look on line. Whoop whoop
     
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  10. Nock

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    Guess I’ll go to the rope.
     
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  11. JR in KY

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    Boy thought This is Gonna be A good Post!
    Breakfast looked good though.
     
  12. JR in KY

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    Sardine Lunch here today. Crown Prince packed in Scotland. Slight Smoky taste which I liked. Really looked good and tasted great. I dissected one... Barney told me not to, but I couldn't help it.
    I gave that one to my Cat and ate the others without an autopsy.
    I thought they were just as good as King Oscar.

    I love those Fishers Red Hots but there is a brand in Michigan. Kogels. I think they also make Hot Dogs and regular Bologna. Far superior to Fishers. I buy a jar or two every time I visit Skruske in Saginaw.
     
  13. Dark Cloud

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    Now we’re talking
     
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  14. JR in KY

    JR in KY 12 pointer

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    I have another bunch of fellas on a Sardine quest also. This old guy is either Swedish or Finnish I think from NorthWest Minnesota. I copied his little story.
    • Senior MemberJoin: Jul 2016Posts: 458Calloway,MN,USA

      about 21 hours ago · #11

      I love sardines! I been eating them since I was a kid. JR you are correct the King Oscar is the best. I only buy the cans that are double layer with the small sardines. I don’t like it when you open some of the other brands and what you get are 3 big sardines. ( yuk) I eat them on a saltine cracker with a slice of hard boiled egg, then wash it down with a cold beer. There is about a 60 year old tradition when we hunt deer. There is several of us that carry New Brunswick kipper snacks in our shirt pockets. When we shoot a deer and are done field dressing it, we share a can of kipper snacks. We then throw the empty can on the gut pile. It’s like our trade mark, others who find the gut pile then know that it was the Magnusson clan that got the Deer.
     
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  15. barney

    barney 12 pointer

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    No wonder Walmart is out of good sardines!
     
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