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  • Try some wok cooking if you like oriental.
  • Never had partridge, but this is GREAT! http://www.greeneggers.com/index.php?option=com_simpleboard&func=view&id=846789&catid=1
  • Here is how I like to do them.  Wish I wern't so cheap or the photo bucket pics would appear. http://www.greeneggers.com/index.php?option=com_simpleboard&func=view&id=969877&catid=1
  • Here is one way I like to do them. Meatballs, Meatloaf, Beef, Pork, Venison, Richard Fl Did a batch of meatballs 325F for 45 minutes indirect with rosemary wood for smoke. 1 Meatloaf and 52-2 Ozs meatballs INGREDIENTS: 21/2 Lbs Venison, Ground for…
  • Here is a tea leaf smoke I like with duck. http://www.greeneggers.com/index.php?option=com_simpleboard&func=view&id=596159&catid=1
  • I do turkey breasts overnight in the solution, rinse a few times then cook.   Would think overnight would be plenty of time. https://amazingribs.com/tested-recipes/turkey-recipes/disney-style-smoked-turkey-legs
  • fAJITAS OR FRIED RICE: http://www.greeneggers.com/index.php?option=com_simpleboard&func=view&id=1043433&catid=1
  • Here is how I like to do them. http://www.greeneggers.com/index.php?option=com_simpleboard&func=view&id=1372269&catid=1
  • Carolina Q said: Ok, now I have three bags; Reeve's (MN) and Lundberg (CA) Wild plus a Lundberg blend that includes Wild plus 3-4 other varieties. Anything else will have to be ordered online. I don't have a rice cooker so I'll try my pressure…
  • +1 for wild rice from MN. Also Uncle Ben has a package that is not bad, here is a nice compliment for some dishes. Salad, Rice, White, Wild, First Communion, Richard Fl INGREDIENTS: 1 1/2 Cups Wild Rice, Uncooked 1 Cup Jasmine Rice, Uncooked 1 Wh…
  • Try this, just back off the salt until you are happy. IMHO the recipe has a great salt spice balance. Rub, Jimmy Joe"s  "BBQ-PIT-MASTER", Alabama B-B-Q Rub (2) INGREDIENTS: 3 Cup Smoked Paprika 1/2 Cup Mustard Powder, preferably Colemans 1 1/2 Cup …
  • +1 on "Burgundy  'shrooms. They freeze very well, worth the time do not do in a crock pot as it does not get the real flavor and texture. Here is a mushroom appeteaser we like. Appetizer, Mushrooms, Marinated INGREDIENTS: 2 Lbs. Mushrooms, Fresh …
  • Here is a southern variation.  Have you had a chance to send the broken sea window back to beat the xmas mail rush? Sandwich, Turkey, "Facin", Richard Fl Back in the '70's and '80's my former FIL , he was from Georgia, perhaps a southern dish, ma…
  • here are some ideas: http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/showthread.php?t=146548http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/showthread.php?t=146548 Soup, Stock, Pork, Pho Noodles INGREDIENTS: 2 Slabs Pork ribs, brisket side only, less the tender meat at end.…
  • gdenby said: Richard Fl said: This article was in the local paper today.  I have known the chef personally for several years, had him cater business events, private parties.  Everything I have ever gotten in his store has always been t…
  • This article was in the local paper today.  I have known the chef personally for several years, had him cater business events, private parties.  Everything I have ever gotten in his store has always been top notch.  Will try this method when next do…
  • Hereare a few ways I do them. ***************************** Beef, Veal, Sweetbreads, Himalayan, Richard Fl. These Himalayan meals are very eggjoyable. 1. Took a pound of veal sweetbreads and soaked for a day and then parboiled for 4 minutes, then …
  • When I was veeeeery  young in the 50's in Albuquerque my parents would go to hatch nm and bring home a gunny sack full and roast all weekend. Mother made chile rellenos, just roasted peeled green chile stuffed with sharp cheddar cheese and placed in…
  • Don't oversmoke it because the stuffing is unforgiving  if tooo much smoke.
  • When I get a bumper crop red peppers  I will place in a metal tray stems removed and  ride around with the tray in my back car window like to use the sun to dry out and then grind in a coffee grinder for some nice fresh hot chile powder.usually 2-3 …
  • Ssorry wunder if they have any warranty.  Ask them. Showing results for lodge cast iron warranty Search Results There is not a written warranty for Lodge Cast Iron cookware; however, we do stand behind every prod…
  • Here is how I like to do the birds and breasts alone. Brine, Poultry, Turkey, Whole, T-Day '13, Richard Fl. INGREDIENTS: Brining Salt 5 Tbs Garlic Powder 1 Cup Indian River Seasoning Salt 1 Cup Turbindo Sugar 1 Cup Canadian Maple Syrup 1 Cup Soy  …
  • He lived just a few miles from me here in Florida and would go to the fests here in Florida. in '09 RRP posted some comments along with the recipe that Ken graciously provided. 2009/01/30---RRP---Just some background info about Witchy Red. Ken Ston…
  • Here  is one I like.  Thank photobucket for  trying to holding the photo for ransom. http://www.greeneggers.com/index.php?option=com_simpleboard&func=view&id=763609&catid=1
  • Some ideas: Sauce, BBQ, Ketchup, Montgomery Inn copycat Here's a recipe from one of those "recipe copycat" web sites. never tried it; can't vouch for it. however, i think i would use some molasses or brown sugar in place of some of the white sugar.…
  • Had some moose sausage from Canada a few years back at a Florida Eggfest.  Was very good!
  • Some ideas: Curry, Lamb, Green Apples, Thailand This lively stir-fry is a quick and aromatic entrée for lamb lovers. INGREDIENTS: 1 Tbs & 2 tsp vegetable oil 1 medium onion, chopped 5 cloves garlic, minced 1 Tbs & 2 tsp A Taste of Thai Re…
  • Looks great. Here is a variation I like: Pasta, Spaghetti Pie, Linguine, Richard Fl INGREDIENTS: 3/4 Lb Cooked pasta of choice, spaghetti, Linguine, Fettuccine 1 Pint Cottage Cheese, Ricotta can also be used 6 Eggs 1 Cup Grated Parmesan cheese, or …
  • Some thoughts: How to, Fish: Smoking Your Complete Guide to Smoking Fish Cflyinbob, this is a bit of advice I pulled from 'About Recipes' a while back:Fish: Smoking 1. The preservation of fish has been an integral part of every seafaring culture. …
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