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Discussion in 'Food Preparation, Camp Cooking and Recipes' started by barney, Oct 22, 2017.
Raw cabbage with a little salt yummy
Here in about another month or 3 your empty, lank belly may beg for some Spam and cabbage Munson lol.
Lol I hope not but we'll see I guess. I never understood why I don't like spam as I'll eat the rest of the canned pig parts without any trouble haha
Spam and a pbr man what a snack
Fine eating right there!
I bet that clears the house as if you been eating boiled eggs lol
Practicing social isolation doesn't mean you've gotta eat boring foods. Just fixed a venison roast with taters & carrots in an Instant Pot and served 'em up with home canned green beans. Planning on dragging some scallops out of the freezer & doing a scallop scampi tomorrow. Gonna use the broth from today's roast & some canned veggies to make pot pies next week. Have a recipe for spicy Thai noodles for another day & who knows what else I might come up with as long as the freezer is still full!
Hubby says he's not gonna want to go back to working at the office if we ever get thru this mess!!!
Lady ha r you ever made soupbeans in a electric pressure cooker
Not yet. I'm just learning to use this new fangled thing! I've fixed a rabbit and today's venison roast and thats it!
D-D bacon, egg and cheese on toast with a hash brown.
Creasy greens. Cheap, delicious, and one of the first edibles of spring. They can be used several different ways, but I prefer the way my grandmother fixed ALL wild greens including poke greens. She added the cooked greens to half done, lard fried taters and continued to cook them together until the taters were done. She probably used the taters as and extender because she had 8 hungry mouths to feed, but either way my family love them this way as well. Served with a splash of apple cider vinegar, and always with a pone of buttermilk cornbread.
Looks good Barney
Thanks, I appreciate that.
Looks very good!