barney's Cheap Eatin' Thread

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

  1. Chili doesn’t have noodles in it lmao, that’s spaghetti.

    In Texas there are no beans or tomatoes of any kind allowed, totally different chili. I gotta have beans and a tomato base.

    Someone mentioned sugar and black chocolate, two items I like to use. The following recipe is a b to make as it’s tough to source all these chilis but man so worth it. Best. Chili. Ever.

    https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes...ili-recipe-1953661?ic1=amp_reviews#reviewsTop
     
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  2. barney

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  3. JR in KY

    JR in KY 12 pointer

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    You Baked that Punkin..... I always saw them peled, chopped up and cooked on the stove.
    I like your way better, so much simpler and easier.
    You did get the guys out first didn't YOU??
     
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  4. barney

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    Yep, the boys are safe. Baking was pretty simple, bout an hour to pumpkin puree!

    I don't think there's anything better than cream cheese icin'!
     
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  5. Lady Hunter

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    Love this cool days!!! Hauled a jar of home-canned mixed bean soup out of the pantry & whipped up some cornbread for lunch today. (Y'all know me, I can't fix just "normal" cornbread - I've gotta play with various pieces of cast iron while I'm at it!!!)

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  6. barney

    barney 12 pointer

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    I almost burned the toast whilst I was smashin the taters.
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  7. barney

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    I love bean season, looks delicious! I was having a time filling my corn stick pans neatly, so I ordered this. I've not tried it yet, just hoping it will work better than a regular mixing cup. How do you fill your stick pans, Lady Hunter?
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    I use a cookie dough scoop for just about everything: cornbread molds, stick pans, muffins, pancakes, etc. For most, I use a large one but for the cactuses, I used a medium sized one. Works like a charm!!!! (We even use the big one when working with ground venison - 3 large scoops equals pretty darned close to a pound....)
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  9. barney

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    Thanks! I never thought of those.
     
  10. barney

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    Redneck corn dog sticks.
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    Kennebec skinny fries.
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  11. beauhunter41031

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    Every weekend I’ve been perfecting my hash brown skills but time to move over to those fries. Are you rinsing starch off or not and Lard?
     
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  12. Dark Cloud

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    Love corn dogs and fries
     
  13. barney

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    Yes, I do wash the fries, dry them, and double fry. Lard is best I think, but these were fried in vegetable oil.
     
  14. dirtstalker

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    Alright...if those are homemade corn dogs @barney tell me the how to on em. Corndogs and fries are a favorite at my house.
     
  15. kyoutdoorsman

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    Barney. Is that pancake batter
     
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