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I don't think I've spotted any for quite a while here. Though I would like to know who Hairy was barking at last night. He was doing his predator bark...which I've only heard him use with coyotes, bobcats and bears. It's quite different from his deer, rabbit, dog on the sidewalk bark; there is a note of hysteria in it.

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I don't think I've spotted any for quite a while here. Though I would like to know who Hairy was barking at last night. He was doing his predator bark...which I've only heard him use with coyotes, bobcats and bears. It's quite different from his deer, rabbit, dog on the sidewalk bark; there is a note of hysteria in it.

Good thing you had Eva on a long line or she would have been gone after him.

Maybe only to the edge of our property line.....

Eva is super protective of our house and property and puts on a good show at the window or in the front yard! (Explanation I give to mailman and delivery persons)

Otherwise, when we're on walks around neighborhood, if there's a rogue dog(s) aggressively approaching us, she'll get behind me, my while I get my zapper out to scare off the canine ruffian(s)...
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Oh! BTW.

I have three days off to irritate you!



I bought an expensive brisket today. Shouldn't have, but I did! Marinating it sometime tonight maybe tomorrow morning, actually I better start tonight. My brisket is a weekend endeavor. Won't be on the table until tomorrow.

Found my German potato salad recipe. I will fix that to go along with the left over brisket. I will be wiped out just dealing with the brisket. Then I will have another day off and make home made baked beans with the last of the brisket!

I am salivating just thinking of this.
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Oh! BTW.

I have three days off to irritate you!



I bought an expensive brisket today. Shouldn't have, but I did! Marinating it sometime tonight maybe tomorrow morning, actually I better start tonight. My brisket is a weekend endeavor. Won't be on the table until tomorrow.

Found my German potato salad recipe. I will fix that to go along with the left over brisket. I will be wiped out just dealing with the brisket. Then I will have another day off and make home made baked beans with the last of the brisket!

I am salivating just thinking of this.
I hope we get some pics...and maybe some recipes? I sure do miss some good German cooking! My mom used to make potato salad...if I remember right, there was no mayo involved...bacon, vinegar?, sugar, maybe parsley or dill, and she would serve it warm. And she also made the best cucumber salad with onions and I can't remember, is it cream or milk added in? Been too long. How do you make your brisket? I've smoked 2 of them; the first one turned out super but the second one was a bit too dry on the thin part. And that's too expensive of a cut of meat to hose up LOL
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Move along.

Nothing to see here!

Brisket marinating!



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I hope we get some pics...and maybe some recipes? I sure do miss some good German cooking! My mom used to make potato salad...if I remember right, there was no mayo involved...bacon, vinegar?, sugar, maybe parsley or dill, and she would serve it warm. And she also made the best cucumber salad with onions and I can't remember, is it cream or milk added in? Been too long. How do you make your brisket? I've smoked 2 of them; the first one turned out super but the second one was a bit too dry on the thin part. And that's too expensive of a cut of meat to hose up LOL
Now we are talking!

Pretty much my recipe. Should please Mister. No green things in there. Now You made me remember that I forgot whipping cream.

Thanks!

Guess Mister is going to the store tomorrow!



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I bake my brisket in the oven for most of a day and then slap my homemade BBQ sauce on it and no you can't have my recipe.




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Now we are talking!

Pretty much my recipe. Should please Mister. No green things in there. Now You made me remember that I forgot whipping cream.

Thanks!

Guess Mister is going to the store tomorrow!



My ride better be cleaner than it was when he took it.

Seriously though, he does a good job bringing Guz home decent looking. The weather hasn't been cooperating lately.

Road grader doesn't come down my road and he's been slacking on the road that he has been assigned to.

I bake my brisket in the oven for most of a day and then slap my homemade BBQ sauce on it and no you can't have my recipe.




alrighty then
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I hope we get some pics...and maybe some recipes? I sure do miss some good German cooking! My mom used to make potato salad...if I remember right, there was no mayo involved...bacon, vinegar?, sugar, maybe parsley or dill, and she would serve it warm. And she also made the best cucumber salad with onions and I can't remember, is it cream or milk added in? Been too long. How do you make your brisket? I've smoked 2 of them; the first one turned out super but the second one was a bit too dry on the thin part. And that's too expensive of a cut of meat to hose up LOL
The hard part of replicating my original German Potato Salad is I lost the original recipe. I am trying to piece the recipe together from a saved grocery list receipt.

Tell me about your Mom's cucumber salad. Even though, Mister hates cucumbers and onions and pickles, and green peppers, etc.
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Damn it! It's too good not to share!

First step, marinate brisket overnight in beef broth, Worchesterhire and lemon juice. You all figure out your own ratios!

Next step, drain marinade. Sprinkle brisket with paprika. Cover with foil, bake 350 for 2 1/2 - 3 hours.

Somewhere between the brisket and the sauce you have to scrape the fat off the brisket. I usually do that when I am halfway into cooking the meat.

Cool

Slice

BBQ sauce.

Worcesterhire sauce, brown sugar, cider vinegar, catsup, mustard, liquid smoke, minced garlic.

Simmer until heated through. Pour over meat. Bake uncovered 30-45 minutes.

I think the secret is in the marinade.

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I just realized that I said I "bake" my brisket.

I meant to say I roast it!

All I know is I have to check it all day, tomorrow.

Hell! I don't know anymore.

Teasing.

It will be just fine.

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Damn it! It's too good not to share!

First step, marinate brisket overnight in beef broth, Worchesterhire and lemon juice. You all figure out your own ratios!

Next step, drain marinade. Sprinkle brisket with paprika. Cover with foil, bake 350 for 2 1/2 - 3 hours.

Somewhere between the brisket and the sauce you have to scrape the fat off the brisket. I usually do that when I am halfway into cooking the meat.

Cool

Slice

BBQ sauce.

Worcesterhire sauce, brown sugar, cider vinegar, catsup, mustard, liquid smoke, minced garlic.

Simmer until heated through. Pour over meat. Bake uncovered 30-45 minutes.

I think the secret is in the marinade.

Do what you all have to do with that recipe and enjoy!
Sounds good to me! Although when you said you weren't going to share....I was going to post it was probably Ketchup (catsup) or maybe Sweet Baby Ray's
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Found my German potato salad recipe. I will fix that to go along with the left over brisket. I will be wiped out just dealing with the brisket. Then I will have another day off and make home made baked beans with the last of the brisket!

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The hard part of replicating my original German Potato Salad is I lost the original recipe. I am trying to piece the recipe together from a saved grocery list receipt.

Tell me about your Mom's cucumber salad. Even though, Mister hates cucumbers and onions and pickles, and green peppers, etc.
Here's the recipe for Heiss Kartoffel Salat (German Hot Potato Salad) from a collection of recipes from my mom's German relatives. They're all dead now, but the recipes live on. One of the kids had them printed and spiral bound into a small book titled, "Recipes from a German Grandma." I got it at a Schwab family reunion about 20 years ago and love it! Anyway, here it is. It might not be the same as your original one, but maybe it's close?

4 large potatoes, boiled, peeled, and sliced
5 thick slices bacon, diced
1 cup chopped onion

Dressing (mix together in a bowl):
1/4 cup wine vinegar
1/4 cup water
1/4 cup sugar

Method: Fry the diced bacon in a large skillet until almost crisp. Add onion and continue stirring until onion is cooked and turns slightly golden brown. Add dressing ingredients, heat and stir until mixture boils and sugar is dissolved. Add sliced potatoes, mixing well. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Continue cooking, stirring constantly, until the potatoes have absorbed all the liquid and are heated through, about 10 to 15 minutes (that seems long to me, but that's what it says...). Allow to stand for 10 to 15 minutes for the flavors to blend completely.

And now for an update on yesterday's disaster with the water hydrant. LUCKY FOR US, the weather has been a bit warmer than usual for late January and February, so the barn floor wasn't completely frozen. A lot of the water soaked in and made mud. Mud, ick, but that's way better than having the entire floor be an ice rink, especially with hoofed animals. Our big ol' steer was limping a few weeks back (he got better) and we figured he'd slipped on the ice out in the corral somewhere and fallen down. He weighs almost 2,000 pounds, so that's a big fall. Anyway, ice is the enemy, so I'm glad it wasn't as bad as it could have been. And Rich used the hose to fill the trough last night (and I checked afterward to make sure the handle was down, LOL!), so everything went smoothly. Except for the mud. Well, that'll dry up before long.
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Here's the recipe for Heiss Kartoffel Salat (German Hot Potato Salad) from a collection of recipes from my mom's German relatives. They're all dead now, but the recipes live on. One of the kids had them printed and spiral bound into a small book titled, "Recipes from a German Grandma." I got it at a Schwab family reunion about 20 years ago and love it! Anyway, here it is. It might not be the same as your original one, but maybe it's close?

4 large potatoes, boiled, peeled, and sliced
5 thick slices bacon, diced
1 cup chopped onion

Dressing (mix together in a bowl):
1/4 cup wine vinegar
1/4 cup water
1/4 cup sugar

Method: Fry the diced bacon in a large skillet until almost crisp. Add onion and continue stirring until onion is cooked and turns slightly golden brown. Add dressing ingredients, heat and stir until mixture boils and sugar is dissolved. Add sliced potatoes, mixing well. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Continue cooking, stirring constantly, until the potatoes have absorbed all the liquid and are heated through, about 10 to 15 minutes (that seems long to me, but that's what it says...). Allow to stand for 10 to 15 minutes for the flavors to blend completely.

And now for an update on yesterday's disaster with the water hydrant. LUCKY FOR US, the weather has been a bit warmer than usual for late January and February, so the barn floor wasn't completely frozen. A lot of the water soaked in and made mud. Mud, ick, but that's way better than having the entire floor be an ice rink, especially with hoofed animals. Our big ol' steer was limping a few weeks back (he got better) and we figured he'd slipped on the ice out in the corral somewhere and fallen down. He weighs almost 2,000 pounds, so that's a big fall. Anyway, ice is the enemy, so I'm glad it wasn't as bad as it could have been. And Rich used the hose to fill the trough last night (and I checked afterward to make sure the handle was down, LOL!), so everything went smoothly. Except for the mud. Well, that'll dry up before long.
Is it weird that I suddenly want potato salad for breakfast?



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First step, marinate brisket overnight in beef broth, Worchesterhire and lemon juice. You all figure out your own ratios!

Next step, drain marinade. Sprinkle brisket with paprika. Cover with foil, bake 350 for 2 1/2 - 3 hours.

Somewhere between the brisket and the sauce you have to scrape the fat off the brisket. I usually do that when I am halfway into cooking the meat.

Cool

Slice

BBQ sauce.

Worcesterhire sauce, brown sugar, cider vinegar, catsup, mustard, liquid smoke, minced garlic.

Simmer until heated through. Pour over meat. Bake uncovered 30-45 minutes.

I think the secret is in the marinade.

Do what you all have to do with that recipe and enjoy!
I'm guessing the marinade makes the brisket nice and tender? Hmmm...my wife makes a marinade for our steaks and they come out really tender and tasty, if I ever make another brisket in the smoker, maybe I'll use her marinade on it prior.
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"I'm guessing the marinade makes the brisket nice and tender? Hmmm...my wife makes a marinade for our steaks and they come out really tender and tasty, if I ever make another brisket in the smoker, maybe I'll use her marinade on it prior."

Exactly. And it just soaks into the meat. I would highly suggest using her marinade.Yum Yum!
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This is what she mainly uses for steaks, and then she adds a few things like soy sauce, a bit of sugar or honey, fresh garlic, chopped up green onions etc...or you can use it by itself on just about any type beef. We marinade our steaks for about 3 days and after grilling you can cut them with a fork They also make it for pork and chicken. Great stuff!
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I'm guessing the marinade makes the brisket nice and tender? Hmmm...my wife makes a marinade for our steaks and they come out really tender and tasty, if I ever make another brisket in the smoker, maybe I'll use her marinade on it prior.
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Here's the recipe for Heiss Kartoffel Salat (German Hot Potato Salad) from a collection of recipes from my mom's German relatives. They're all dead now, but the recipes live on. One of the kids had them printed and spiral bound into a small book titled, "Recipes from a German Grandma." I got it at a Schwab family reunion about 20 years ago and love it! Anyway, here it is. It might not be the same as your original one, but maybe it's close?

4 large potatoes, boiled, peeled, and sliced
5 thick slices bacon, diced
1 cup chopped onion

Dressing (mix together in a bowl):
1/4 cup wine vinegar
1/4 cup water
1/4 cup sugar

Method: Fry the diced bacon in a large skillet until almost crisp. Add onion and continue stirring until onion is cooked and turns slightly golden brown. Add dressing ingredients, heat and stir until mixture boils and sugar is dissolved. Add sliced potatoes, mixing well. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Continue cooking, stirring constantly, until the potatoes have absorbed all the liquid and are heated through, about 10 to 15 minutes (that seems long to me, but that's what it says...). Allow to stand for 10 to 15 minutes for the flavors to blend completely.

And now for an update on yesterday's disaster with the water hydrant. LUCKY FOR US, the weather has been a bit warmer than usual for late January and February, so the barn floor wasn't completely frozen. A lot of the water soaked in and made mud. Mud, ick, but that's way better than having the entire floor be an ice rink, especially with hoofed animals. Our big ol' steer was limping a few weeks back (he got better) and we figured he'd slipped on the ice out in the corral somewhere and fallen down. He weighs almost 2,000 pounds, so that's a big fall. Anyway, ice is the enemy, so I'm glad it wasn't as bad as it could have been. And Rich used the hose to fill the trough last night (and I checked afterward to make sure the handle was down, LOL!), so everything went smoothly. Except for the mud. Well, that'll dry up before long.
Sounds pretty darn close, Lannie.

On my hand written remnants of the German Potato Salad are the ingredients:

bacon
potatoes
onion
flour? (I forgot where I put that, assuming in the bacon drippings)
sugar
water
vinegar
salt
pepper
whipping cream

I am thinking it's going to be really hard to screw the recipe up if all the ingredients are in there.
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