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    Food thread. Artifacts first, food second lolol
    Professor Shellman

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    What in the world ? What are those crazy bottle tops? And is that liquid corn ? I’ll eat most any kind of food with the exception of raw oysters !

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    • tomclark
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      lol kimchi fermenting, pickled eggs, brined/spiced/smoked dried sardines and some beverage in a mason jar from SC.

  • #3
    Food? I'm in!
    "The education of a man is never completed until he dies." Robert E. Lee

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    • #4
      Somebody is hungry. I think this is a good idea, with everybody here there has to be some good recipes. (hopefully better than pickled eggs and sardines!
      Searching the fields of Northwest Indiana and Southwestern Michigan

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      • SDhunter
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        I agree with that. Good idea, but I’m going to pass on that recipe.

      • BabaORiley
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        Lol...I just put up a jar of pickled eggs this morning.

    • #5
      Sounds fun!

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      • #6
        Chili Ball's! Regular (not Italian) Meatball's and Chili Sauce (The red kind) just Heat Meatball's and Sauce, eat.
        http://joshinmo.weebly.com

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        • tomclark
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          yeaaah, buddy I do that, too!

        • JoshinMO
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          Ha, simple

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ID:	366721 Nopalitos!! People all over town use edible species of these cactus as landscaping. I'll pickle anything lolol.
        Professor Shellman

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        • #8
          You guys like bacon? Bought a slab of pork belly from Costco a while ago. Cured with salt and brown sugar for a week or so then smoked with applewood. Some of the best bacon I ever ate.

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          • tomclark
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            OH MAEON! (drool)

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          Professor Shellman

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            Pealed stalks of Cattail:
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            Wild Mint Tea:
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            Michigan Yooper
            If You Don’t Stand for Something, You’ll Fall for Anything

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            • BabaORiley
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              I have had cattail before Ron and if I can get there hopefully we have wild leeks near the hose. The 'tails are excellent...

            • Ron Kelley
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              I love leaks fried up with liver.

          • #11
            Shrimp etouffee (tomorrow) and boudin at my daughters request. Its her last day of junior year and she has worked her tail off with her honors schedule.
            The chase is better than the catch...
            From the flatlands of N'Eastern Illinois...

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            • #12
              Hey, Hoss, how do we set this up? It would be fun.
              Searching the fields of Northwest Indiana and Southwestern Michigan

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              • #13
                On my! Some of these I've never heard of, lol.

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