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Discussion in 'Food Preparation, Camp Cooking and Recipes' started by barney, Oct 22, 2017.
Young trout imho are as good as any fish I’ve ever ate. That will be some good eating!
Made about a half batch of this last weekend. Good stuff - especiallly with a fried egg (or two) on top of each serving! Problem is even a half batch fed the two of us for 4 days...
I’m the only grits lover in eastern Kentucky. Got turned on to them 30 year ago. In the Russellville/Guthrie Ky. area.
Rotisserie turkey breast and fried wild turkey breast
nuggets. Along with white half runners, homemade dressing, mash taters, honey select freezer corn, cornbread, and Dutch apple pie and vanilla ice cream.
I will try post a pic of it all but idt I can fit everything on a plate at one time.
Just do what ya can. Use two plates if you have to. BTW you have the same stove I have.
That's a feast!
I’m envious. My food today sucked. Looks awesome!!
Thawed a pork tenderloin, sliced it about 3/4" thick, and lightly flattened the pieces with the coarse side of a meat hammer. Then I marinated the loin chops in pureed pineapple for 5 or 6 hours.
Just before dinner I made a batch of 3 1/4" buttermilk biscuits.
While the biscuits were in the oven I grilled the tenderloin in a cast iron skillet over medium heat for just a few minutes on each side. Melt in your mouth tenderloin biscuits!!
Dang I'd hit that hard but a slice of garden mater would make a feller dance a lil jig lol
I was thinking the same thing!
Its this kinda night
That's my favorite type biscuit right there. Like it even better with some homemade gravy poured all over it.
Any yall ever eat tomato gravy or red eye gravy as we called it when my grandma fixed it. I ain't had none in years and I ain't much of a cook so I dont even attempt it. I believe I'm only person in my family that likes it so till I learn to cook it I guess I do without it