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  • #16
    Im thinking its a good smoker weekend...big hunk of oinker...
    The chase is better than the catch...
    I'm Frank and I'm from the flatlands of N'Eastern Illinois...

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    • #17
      Pickled eggs and pig!!! Oh man! Raining this weekend down here
      Professor Shellman

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      • #18
        Sriracha chicken: feeds about 4

        one pack of boneless chicken thighs, about 2 pounds
        sriracha sauce
        honey
        avocado
        lime
        cilantro
        tortillas(I like flour, some like corn.)
        shredded cheese
        sour creme
        limes
        Olive oil


        score the chicken several times and drop into a gallon zip lock bag. Put about a cup and a half of sriracha into bag. Add about a half cup of honey, and a table spoon of olive oil, and squeeze half a lime juice in, then seal the bag, shake/squeeze/mix all around until it’s all over the chicken and thoroughly mixed. Let sit in the fridge for a while. I sometimes let it sit overnight even. (You can vary the mixture to taste, at deer camp I go heavier on the sriracha because the guys like it hotter, but the sweetness of the honey really tempers the heat of the sriracha)
        I keep a sriracha bottle that I mix 60/40 sriracha and honey with a dash of lime juice for applying during the grilling. I always mark it so I don’t get it mixed with the full strength stuff...

        fire up the grill, throw the chicken on, and depending on heat level, flip it in about 5-7 minutes. After flipping, squirt some of the mixture on it. Once again, let it cook for about five to seven minutes, flip it back and squirt one more time. Leave it for a couple minutes, then remove to a plate. I shred it with two forks.

        I prepare my taco like this....
        cheese
        chicken
        cilantro
        little bit of lime juice
        avocado slices
        dab of sour cream.


        thank me later. 😇



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        • tomclark
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          Thanking you now!! nom nom

        • Jethro355
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          👍👍you are welcome.
          This is one of my favorite meals ever.

        • Tam
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          Doing this and just found this

      • #19
        Where is Lman he is always cooking

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        • #20
          First tomatoes of the summer.

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          • BabaORiley
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            Are those heirloom tomatoes ? Look good...we been getting them also...just need some sweet corn but that's a couple weeks off yet...

          • beatup1354
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            Yum

          • Hoss
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            stripes yum yum

        • #21
          Frog & Snake
          The kids caught a few frogs and one small snake so we fried them up outside. It was cool today and we just had to be outside. That small meal didn't fill us up so we cooked some brats over the coals. Oh the snake was good if you were wondering.


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          If You Don’t Stand for Something, You’ll Fall for Anything

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          • BabaORiley
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            Had rattlesnake before it was darn good. Now I know it wasn't a rattler but I have seen some big Foxies in my travels up there...

          • Ron Kelley
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            Hey Frank, Yoopers call the fox snake a Pine Snake and they do get big. This was a little garter snake.

          • Jethro355
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            One of my favorite meals....❤️

        • #22
          I love it .
          ok this is on awesome I had a wild week of food last week I’ll do a repeat and some may go for some of these .

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          • #23
            Tonight will be BLT with home grown tomatoes and lettuce and some red beans and rice.
            The chase is better than the catch...
            I'm Frank and I'm from the flatlands of N'Eastern Illinois...

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            • #24
              Jalapenos are probably going to be ready in a few days. Its time for jalapeno beer bread. Heres the recipe. Its excellent.
              3 cups all purpose flour
              1 tbsp. baking powder
              1 tsp. salt
              3 tbsp. sugar
              1 tsp cayenne (optional)
              1 cup shredder cheddar divided
              1 12 oz. bottle of good quality beer or ale
              1 cup melted butter
              1 large jalapeno thinly sliced

              1. Preheat oven to 350
              2. Grease 9x5 loaf pan
              3. Add 3/4 cup cheese and beer until just incorporated.
              4. Pour half of the butter into the pan, pour in batter, pour remaining butter on top.
              5. Sprinkle remaining cheese on top and scatter jalapeno slices on top of cheese.
              6. Bake 50-60 minutes until golden brown on top.
              7. Cool for a bit serve warm.

              You can use any beer you like other than fruity but I never tried that so it may blend in well. I use the NA beer that is leftover from gatherings. You can also use more peppers for your taste and seed them according to tour taste. I also add a little more cheese. This is an easy one to do and really tastes good. Enjoy !!!
              The chase is better than the catch...
              I'm Frank and I'm from the flatlands of N'Eastern Illinois...

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              • #25
                This is today's basket of a dozen summer squash.
                I found some recipes on the internet but do you have a favorite?
                The Kelley Boys need help in the kitchen.


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                • Hoss
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                  pick them small I just cut into medalions and sautee in butter with some garlic. Sometimes I just add some Mrs Dash Garlic and Herb season wash leave skin right on the young ones if they get too gig the skin gets tough. Better for making some Zucchini bread.\

                • Ron Kelley
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                  Thanks Matt, I'll try that.

              • #26
                Cajun tomato gravy with eggs. This is a delicious dish. Its especially good at the height of summer when some of the vegetables needed are locally/homegrown. If you can get farm fresh eggs it really makes it.

                4 tbsps. butter
                1/4 cup all purpose flour
                2 cloves garlic minced
                1 rib celery diced
                1/2 large onion diced
                1/2 bell pepper diced
                Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper
                One 14.5 oz can whole tomatoes crushed by hand...I use garden tomatoes and crush em myself.
                1/4 cup fresh parsley
                2 tsps. Louisiana style hot sauce
                4 green onions sliced saving the green ends for garnish
                8 large eggs...any size will do
                9. Hot rice for serving.
                1. Melt butter over medium heat in a large nonstick skillet, stir in flour and cook until golden brown about 5 minutes. Add garlic, celery, onion, bell peppers, tsp salt, tsp black pepper. Cook until veg's are soft and flour coating clings to veg's. About 10 minutes.
                2. Add tomatoes, 1/2 cup water until slightly thickened about 3 minutes. Stir in half the parsley, hot sauce and green onion whites.
                3. Make a small indentation in the gravy and carefully break an egg into it. Repeat with the remaining eggs making indentations for each egg. Sprinkle with salt and pepper cover and cook until eggs are soft set about 5-6 minutes.
                4. Place 2 eggs over rice and sprinkle with parsley and onion greens.

                If you want firmer eggs just let em cook a bit longer. I also add some Creole/Cajun seasonings while its cooking. You can also adjust the veg's amount. I use a little more than called for. This dish is even better the next day after it sits overnight. Profiter de mes amis !!!
                The chase is better than the catch...
                I'm Frank and I'm from the flatlands of N'Eastern Illinois...

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                • #27
                  Ron we use to cut out the center , cut into small cubes .
                  Save your whole shell zuc
                  then sauté cubes with what ever you like . Hamburger , onions just your own recipe .
                  Mix with some cooked rice .
                  fill up shell of zuc with ingredients .
                  cover with foil and cook at 350 1/2 hr till outside is tender.
                  Remove foil and put your choice of cheese on top and brown No snake !!!
                  .

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                  • Ron Kelley
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                    Thanks Tam, Are you sure I can't add some snake to the recipe? LOL

                • #28
                  sad to say I cannot create a new category at this time. I am looking into why. I have done it in the past but the system keeps throwing me an error code?
                  TN formerly CT Visit our store http://stores.arrowheads.com/store.p...m-Trading-Post

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                  • SDhunter
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                    It’s probably because some of these recipes will kill you! Lol

                • #29
                  Energy Drink / Sun Tea
                  I like it strong so I used 3 tea bags of Ginseng and 4 green tea.
                  Let the hot sun do the brewing until it's to your liking.
                  After the tea is brewed I store it in the frig.
                  I heat a cupful and add some honey.


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                  • Tam
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                    Ron that is super healthy to

                • #30
                  Its National Hot Dog Day...this is how we roll around here... Click image for larger version

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                  The chase is better than the catch...
                  I'm Frank and I'm from the flatlands of N'Eastern Illinois...

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                  • gregszybala
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                    Oh Yeah!!!!!! Seriously thinking about heading out for a couple of those for lunch today!

                  • BabaORiley
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                    Atta boy Hoosier...

                  • Tam
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                    That’s a stable for Wayne .
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