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Discussion in 'Food Preparation, Camp Cooking and Recipes' started by barney, Oct 22, 2017.
Ain't worth it. I'd rather skin a team of mules lol
Lol..just aint got enough practice on em. I can have one from crawling to plate in about 20-30 mins. And they are for sure worth it.
But i will agree, they are one of the toughest critters to get skint
First round out of the garden this year so grilled up some fajitas. Believe I might make myself sick on em.
Looks delicious! I love grilling from garden to gut!
It’s always cheap when it comes from your farm. Kennebec fries, blue lake beans, and the last filets from my latest beef.
I peeped into my Kennebecs for the first time today. They look long and smooth!
was marked 12.99 #. Got them for 6.99.
I like dem macs salt&pepper
Hard to beat.
Thats been my experience. Im pretty good at figuring shit out but skinning a turtle took me forever. Dont get me wrong, i got it done but the task flat out kicked my ass.
Summer squash is the ONLY thing our garden is producing this year & it's not even as much as it should but.... we've got more than we'd normally use so I've been making up recipes to use it all. A zucchini/chicken stir fry with a garlic/ginger/soy sauce glaze. This morning, I made Western omelets that included leftover taco meat, sauteed yellow squash & onion, and cheese with a splash of homemade tomato-based salsa verde over the top. But last night was my best concoction so far... I did a chicken & zucchini & peanut stir fry in a sweet & spicy sauce made with honey & sriracha (and a few other ingredients). That one's definitely gonna be a keeper! We may even have to buy zucchini's this winter so we can have it then too!
Ive been eatin several of them a day lately. Love em.