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Well congrats on the new ride Beau.......nothing better than the look on a mans face when driving his new truck........!!
So happy for you....I know you worked hard on this deal....
Mrs. better stay close by your side in January..thats quite a chick magnet you got Papa Bear......

Not this chick, Di!

Slanted headlights, questionable tires and red.

Teasing you, Beau!

It's pretty.

Terre told me a story about when her Dad would see a red truck; he would say, "He's got a couple of nickels." So, that must mean you have a couple of nickels, Beau Bear!

Has anyone heard that phrase before?

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SP Check out YouTube recipies under “Bambi Burgers” ....my brother in law used to make these with carmelized onions.
Venison is so lean......had to add fat to get the burgers to hold together........delicious burgers......stew is also real good.
Oh by the way thanks so much for the pumpkins cookies that you sent me ...they WERE delicious.
So when does the venison arrive ? What’s the scoop ...do you have hunter friends that like to kill ...but refuse to eat their kill?
Help me understand.....
Long story short, so you will feel better.

Back in the day, I lived with an avid hunter/fisher dude. I lived with him for 10 years. No doubts about his hunting habits or ethics. If he wasn't sure that he could make the kill, he wouldn't take the shot. Very humble, yet, successful deer/turkey hunter.

The co-worker that is getting the meat is that same type of hunter.

His wife is the problem. She refuses to eat venison. So, ALL that meat has to go to good use to the people that like it!

I've got a couple of neighbors that have deer feeders on their property. It's baiting, but legal. I don't condone that.

The hunters I told you about, above, went out and did their homework weeks before stalking them and harvesting.

Hope that helps you, Cuz Di!


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SP Check out YouTube recipies under “Bambi Burgers” ....my brother in law used to make these with carmelized onions.
Venison is so lean......had to add fat to get the burgers to hold together........delicious burgers......stew is also real good.
Oh by the way thanks so much for the pumpkins cookies that you sent me ...they WERE delicious.
So when does the venison arrive ? What’s the scoop ...do you have hunter friends that like to kill ...but refuse to eat their kill?
Help me understand.....
Problem with that is, Mister doesn't like onions! How can one cook without onions???

If I use onions, I have to make sure they are extremely micro-minced and send him to the store, while I get rid of the evidence.

LOL

It's not really that bad.

But seriously!

How does one cook without onions!?!

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Denny,

Almost any beef recipe can be converted to a venison (ground) recipe.

Make chili with it--black been chili is particularly good--make it from dried beans--not canned (that's cheating anyway--all chili should be made from dried beans).

Make spaghetti sauce with it. Make lasagna with it. Make enchilada's with it.


Almost any Italian or Mexican/Spanish recipe using ground beef will work with ground venison and the spices used will disguise it.

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Aunt B!

Thanks for the start. My problem is... My deceased friend told me about some other secrets to disguise it. Like certain spices?

I really am at a loss here. Wait!

Half hamburger, half venison meatloaf! Then I have to throw some spices in with the meat. Mix it, bake it. I won't have to drain the fat!



Pop it in the oven again, with home made BBQ sauce slathered on top!

Thanks, Auntie B!

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Mel... I own the entire Time Life cook book series. Foods Of The World. My go to baked bean recipe comes from The American Cooking/New England book. I have used it for 40 years.

Here is a repro from the web. Called Harlow House Baked Beans. Never fail Keeps for weeks.

I use a classic bean pot.

https://bountyfromthebox.com/recipe/...e-baked-beans/

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Lamb is my favorite red meat, followed closely by wild venison. My favorite cuts are the strap back for hot roasting and the saddle for braising.

Right now I have 4 lamb rib chops waiting to be pan broiled for my dinner. Poor Nancy doesn't eat red meat... She gets stuck with the Mexican chicken soup with rice, black beans, fresh salsa, and tortillas that I made. Yeah... Poor Nancy.

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I don’t think I have ever had lamb.
Do not care for rare meats.....can these be well done chops?

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I'm not so fond of greek...or beans either. Though good black beans are nice, and limas with lots of butter and black pepper hit the spot too from time to time.

And Boston baked beans, homemade. My mom had a great recipe for those..the sweet stuff and some bacon, but also some green pepper added....wonderfully brown sugar sweet, but sorta spicy too. Unfortunately that recipe is lost to time....I never got a copy from her.

You know, I've never tried lamb chops....they're on the costly side and look so small too. But I use both the leg, shank and shoulder in my various recipes.
Sounds to me like...you like beans.

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Problem with that is, Mister doesn't like onions! How can one cook without onions???

If I use onions, I have to make sure they are extremely micro-minced and send him to the store, while I get rid of the evidence.

LOL

It's not really that bad.

But seriously!

How does one cook without onions!?!

I get that....green peppers?
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Aunt B!

Thanks for the start. My problem is... My deceased friend told me about some other secrets to disguise it. Like certain spices?

I really am at a loss here. Wait!

Half hamburger, half venison meatloaf! Then I have to throw some spices in with the meat. Mix it, bake it. I won't have to drain the fat!



Pop it in the oven again, with home made BBQ sauce slathered on top!

Thanks, Auntie B!

We just witnessed an epiphany!

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OK ...all caught up...
So.... morning Mel...ECIN.......Papa..........maybe AJ is up.....the rest probably snoozing.
Raining here....

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I get that....green peppers?
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OK ...all caught up...
So.... morning Mel...ECIN.......Papa..........maybe AJ is up.....the rest probably snoozing.
Raining here....

One liners from LDi // what we don't fell talkative/extra windy today !!
- not typical of you, you feel OK...got a fever or "cat get your tongue" ??
- I'll write you a prescription

Beau all caught up to....that was quick.
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Good morning - Pretty productive afternoon yesterday with the fert . plant - think we have a pretty good plan and ordered most of the inputs for next spring - still out to lunch on what some of the seed I will buy - will work on that over the weekend . I have found it fun to work with a good plant manager - one that you trust with anything - there word is gold - as it was yesterday - About 6 years ago there was a opening for a plant manager at a plant 8 miles South of us - Nice plant - Great employees - matter of fact - I leased on to that plant for 6 years with my sprayer - - So I applied for the job - That is what I went to college for and had a great job right out of school with a local plant . Some of the best times I have ever had : ) I made to the short cut - and in the end - I came in number 2 They went with a employee that applied at the last minute and had been with them for years - damnit ! lol

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Not this chick, Di!

Slanted headlights, questionable tires and red.

Teasing you, Beau!

It's pretty.

Terre told me a story about when her Dad would see a red truck; he would say, "He's got a couple of nickels." So, that must mean you have a couple of nickels, Beau Bear!

Has anyone heard that phrase before?

Congrat's, Beau!

Funny saying SP - never hear that short version before // but BeauBear buys all his good vehicles, "with only a couple of nickels".
- 45 years ago, I self taught myself the "art of vehicle negotiating, on price" / so I could have wheels, I couldn't afford
- my good retired neighbor and friend was a used car salesman, in the 1960's & make $40K a year, back than...big money he wasted on...
- buying new cars / whiskey / and chasing girls LOL
- he told me, "he thought he was the best car salesman around, until he met the one and only Larry / we would have been a great team, in the business"

I'm more familiar with the saying, "he only has a couple of nickles, to rub together".
- meaning, "his pockets are practically empty of cash / and trying to buy a big juicy T-Bone streak restaurant sit down meal, on a Kraft dinner budget"
And you thought, you could teach me a thing or two...when will the CHC learn !!

I didn't like the cat eye headlights, when they first appeared on 2003 Chev trucks.
- but the new GM trucks, are to big & tall with square wheel wells...hate them
So now the slanted headlight design has grown to my liking / and its my preference now.

MrsBeau favorite truck color is pearl white & 6-7 has to agree (looks dirty without frequent wash's).
- I like Red or Blue / but not Black vehicles / even though we have 2 Toyota's in black
- but buying excellent used, I only search for primo body & mechanical condition / so any color will do, out of my control

SP - you never told me, what rims & tires...would look better ??
- more complaining than offering valid suggestions
And thanks...it is pretty / and my old & rusty '98 Silverado, does need replaced.
- so newer red truck, is a welcome upgrade here
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I get that....green peppers?
Mister doesn't like green peppers, either.

So, do you see my dilemma?

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Mister doesn't like green peppers, either.


Well DUH ! Use a Red Pepper !

For you SP -- No Charge
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Well DUH ! Use a Red Pepper !

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He's not fond of red peppers, as well...

I haven't even looked for my pork loin with sauerkraut recipe since he turned him nose up at it the first time I cooked it...

So, you see my dilemma?

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He's not fond of red peppers, as well...

I haven't even looked for my pork loin with sauerkraut recipe since he turned him nose up at it the first time I cooked it...

So, you see my dilemma?

Oh..I got it....bacon.....fry up the bacon first ...so you can crumble it....add that to the burgers ...along with some of the bacon grease.
Top those burgers with chunky blue cheese as an extra.
How about that!
Now then....currently I am making potato soup.
Just added my bacon bits and some left over grease from the bacon.
All that 4x4 recipe talking got me going !!! Nothing like a man that cooks.........geez.......whew...we sure have a great chicken crew.
Oh and ECIN...as far as what type of seeds to buy.....thinking it should be corn.

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ohh boy all this food talk...well this morning it was french toast , i had cooked some pork butt last night began slicing it up but got distracted for a moment and all my slicing have mysteriously vanished , really weird. I still have plenty to slice up and will drench with some bar b q sauce and lay it on some coleslaw with some cheese as a sammich. I will look forward to this since today i have to go and replace a water heater and move some office furniture...yup Di it is not such a pretty day but its not cold! Have a fun day chickens.
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ohh boy all this food talk...well this morning it was french toast , i had cooked some pork butt last night began slicing it up but got distracted for a moment and all my slicing have mysteriously vanished , really weird. I still have plenty to slice up and will drench with some bar b q sauce and lay it on some coleslaw with some cheese as a sammich. I will look forward to this since today i have to go and replace a water heater and move some office furniture...yup Di it is not such a pretty day but its not cold! Have a fun day chickens.
And add LDi homemade potato soup, yum-yum / hungy-hungy now.
- every think on your list AJ, sounds about perfect...for Beau taste buds

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Nice looking truck 6-7 - don't now if I have seen a marker light in front of rear tire - other than on a dually .

Raining here to !
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It started raining here Thursday night, and it rained all the way until last night sometime, almost non-stop. No hike this morning with Mocha because everything is a wet, soggy, muddy mess. But, Mocha started getting a bit flaky again so off we went to Pet Food Center so I could give her a bath. I'm sure she would have preferred a hike much more lol.



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Mister doesn't like green peppers, either.

Well DUH ! Use a Red Pepper !

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I'm not really fond of the bell pepper family (red, orange, yellow, green)...I usually add or substitute serranos for them, depending on the recipe. If you need a lot of fresh pepper in chunks instead of just the heat, I'll use chilis like Hatch peppers.

I use more ground red pepper than black. Or at least some version of the chile pepper family..we have ground Aji Amarillo, New Mexican Hot pepper and Ghost pepper as well as Cayenne in our spice rack.

We also have spices in our cupboard that aren't related to black pepper but can be used as substitutes, like Szechuan peppercorns (found in five-spice powder) and Grains of Paradise (which is a black pepper substitute from Africa that was used in the middle ages when it was hard for traders to get to the spice islands. One of the reasons the sea route around Africa was an important development for the Europeans was that the overland routes were dominated by the Muslim Arabs and later the Ottoman empire. Europeans trying to find another way to the East for the spice trade by sailing west was also the main reason they "discovered" the Americas.)



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...I haven't even looked for my pork loin with sauerkraut recipe since he turned him nose up at it the first time I cooked it...

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Sounds to me like...you like beans.
Maybe I just don't know beans.

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....Mocha started getting a bit flaky again so off we went to Pet Food Center so I could give her a bath. I'm sure she would have preferred a hike much more lol.



Look at those eyes.....how can you do that to the poor baby?
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AND - the stress Mel ! Poor girl - lol + the fact that she is standing there soaking wet and !!!!!!!!!! Dad Is taking pictures ! Oh boy ! lol
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