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Old 11/15/10, 07:59 AM
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This thread is full of win, especially the bacon bourbon! This should be mandatory fare for all Gitmo detainees!
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Old 11/15/10, 10:31 AM
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When I die, I want them to bury me in a tank full of bacon bourbon. I can't imagine a better combination. Bacon+bourbon=all kinds of win.
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Old 11/16/10, 05:51 AM
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here's one of my favorites as well as a pretty cool website
http://www.all-restaurantrecipes.com.../viewlink.html

We have the book at home. Good stuff
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I havent tried this yet but I really want to. Its called Bacon Explosion

http://www.bbqaddicts.com/blog/recipes/bacon-explosion/

Make sure to read the comments under the directions. My chest hurt from laughing so hard.
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Originally Posted by BoogieNights View Post
I havent tried this yet but I really want to. Its called Bacon Explosion

http://www.bbqaddicts.com/blog/recipes/bacon-explosion/

Make sure to read the comments under the directions. My chest hurt from laughing so hard.
Reminds me of this...girl eats 'man meat'...

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Old 11/20/10, 10:09 PM
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re: Bacon Explosion

Ow.

Tasty, but ow.
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Old 11/21/10, 07:12 AM
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Reminds me of this...girl eats 'man meat'...

"I can hear myself growing fatter" That chick's hot :spazz:
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Something I found the other day and it turns out unbelivably tasty.

Make your typical grilled cheese sandwhich, but also add in some thin slices of tomato's to it. A little salt and pepper and you are ready to rock. Just when you add the cheese to your sandwhich in the pan, put the tomato on top, then cover in top piece of bread. Flip and cook as normal.
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Old 12/8/10, 11:54 PM
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Wow I can't beleive you just found out about this Scott
I've been eating those since I was old enough to eat solid food
Must be a Joisey thing
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Must be, I just had the idea the other night and threw it together.
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Old 12/9/10, 01:21 PM
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yeah that is some good eats man..another simple and good one is just toast up some Pumpernickle bread and slice some tomatos up and slat pepper and a little mayo and it's a sandvich that tastes real good.
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Must be, I just had the idea the other night and threw it together.
That sounds like a good idea for an open face tuna melt too (thin tom slices under the cheese).
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sliced tomatoes=gross.
Chopped up tomatoes= slightly less, but still, gross.
pureed tomatoes=good for a sauce.

So no thank you on my grilled cheese, or any other way, but y'all enjoy that if it's your bag.

/tomatoes...
//they're just nasty feeling.
///yes, it's about the texture alone.
////grape tomato and roma tomato sauce? With a little garlic and oregano? On s'getti? Wif some grated Parmesan? The bomb.
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Chili Spaghetti

That's right, chili spaghetti. Quick and simple:

1 can Wolf's brand Chili. Whichever you like, the 16 oz one though.
1 buncha spaghetti.
2-4 squares of Kraft American cheese slices.

Make the spaghetti, 3-4 servings worth maybe.
Mix in the chili.
Mix in some water to thin it a little.
Mix in and melt up the cheese.

Serve.

Awesomeness ensues forthwith.

You can do this with other pasta if you wanna.
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Originally Posted by BoogieNights View Post
I havent tried this yet but I really want to. Its called Bacon Explosion

http://www.bbqaddicts.com/blog/recipes/bacon-explosion/

Make sure to read the comments under the directions. My chest hurt from laughing so hard.
its called a fatty.

I made a breakfast one once that turned out pretty darn good. Wish my wife was less picky or else i would make different things out of them. Its a bit of work to make one but overall worth it!
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Well you know, Wednesday 2.2.11 is almost here...

Couldn't resist...

Groundhog Recipes - Tastes Like Chicken!

Monday, 31 Jan 2011 03:59 PM

With Groundhog’s day just around the corner on February 2nd we thought what better way to celebrate than with some tasty groundhog recipes? Here are the five best groundhog recipes that we could find:

1. Country-Style Groundhog:

Ingredients:
1. 7 individual groundhogs
2. cup flour
3. tsp. salt
4. tsp. pepper
5. tsp. soda
6. c. cooking oil
7. tsp. sugar

Instructions:
Prepare groundhog by removing the small sacs in the back and under the forearm. Soak groundhog overnight in salted water. This will help remove the gamey flavor. Combine flour, salt, pepper, and soda; use as a rub on the groundhog. Brown the groundhog in hot oil in the skillet, and sprinkle with sugar. Reduce heat, add 1 cup water. Cover, simmer for about 30 minutes or until tender. Remove cover; let cook for an additional 10 minutes. (Recipe provided by http://www.ifood.tv/recipe/country_style_groundhog ).

2. Baked Ground Hog:


Ingredients:
1. Ground Hog
2. Spicewood branches
3. Salt, pepper to taste
4. Flour
5. Bacon grease or cup shortening

Instructions:
Dress and cut the groundhog. Bring water to a boil on the stove, and then place the groundhog in boiling water. Break spicewood branches, and but into the pot. Continue boiling until groundhog is tender. Remove groundhog from pot. Season with salt and pepper, then roll in flour and bacon grease. Put in oven and bake until golden brown. (Recipe provided by http://www.grouprecipes.com/11388/baked-ground-hog.html).

3. Groundhog and Sweet Potatoes:

Ingredients:
1. Groundhog
2. Cold water
3. Salt
4. Pepper
5. Sweet potatoes or white potatoes
6. Cornbread

Instructions:
Dress the groundhog as quickly as possible, and let soak for several hours in cold, salty water. After the meat is cold, you can trim any excess fat. Parboil to remove any remaining fat. Drain well. Place in oven at medium temperature with potatoes. Season the meat with salt and pepper and bake until brown. (Recipe provided by http://www.gamecalls.net/wildgamerecipes/groundhogrecipes.html).

4. Oriental Groundhog:


Ingredients:
1.1 groundhog


2. 2 quarts water
3. cup salt
4. cup soy sauce
5. 2 whole cloves garlic
6. 1 whole pepper
7. onion
8. 2 tablespoon mild chile powder
9. bunch whole parsley
10. 4 beef bouillon cubes
11. teaspoon freshly-ground white pepper
12. 1 cup beef or chicken broth
13. Teriyaki glaze

Instructions:
Cut meat into pieces and let soak in 1 quart water and salt for three hours. Transfer groundhog to 1 quart fresh water and soak 4 hours. Drain and dry meat. Place meat in a baking pan with broth, soy sauce, garlic cloves, pepper, onion, Chile powder, parsley, bullion cubes, and white pepper. Cover and bake at 350 degrees for an hour to an hour and a half. Baste frequently and finish with teriyaki glaze. (Recipe provided by http://ushotstuff.com/wg/GroundhogSmp.htm).

5. Waco Groundhog in Sour Cream:


Ingredients:
1. Groundhog, skinned and cleaned
2. cup vinegar
3. 1 tablespoon salt
4. 2 quarts water
5. 2 teaspoons soda
6. cup flour
7. 1 teaspoon salt
8. teaspoon Allspice
9. cup bacon fat
10. 3 small wild onions
11. cup water
12. 1 cup sour cream

Instructions:
Skin and clean the groundhog. Place groundhog in a pot with water, cup of vinegar, and 1 tablespoon salt. Let stand overnight. Remove, wash, and pat dry with a damp cloth. In a large pot, combine 2 qt. water and 2 T soda, bring to a boil. Add groundhog. Lower heat and simmer for 15 minutes. Drain and rinse the meat. Cut into serving pieces. Combine flour, salt, and allspice, coating the pieces of groundhog with the mixture.
Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Melt the bacon fat in a frying pan. Brown meat on all sides. Transfer browned meat to a greased 4 qt. casserole dish.
Place sliced onions on top of the meat, add water, cover, and bake in preheated oven for 2 hours until meat is tender.
Transfer meat to a heated platter to keep warm. Put a dish on top of the stove over medium heat and spoon in the sour cream, stirring constantly. Add the meat back in and simmer for 15 minutes.

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This is Paula Deen's Not Yo' Mama's Banana Pudding. I have made it for like 3 years. It is simple and everyone LOVES it!

Ingredients

2 bags Pepperidge Farm Chessmen cookies
6 to 8 bananas, sliced
2 cups milk
1 (5-ounce) box instant French vanilla pudding
1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese, softened
1 (14-ounce) can sweetened condensed milk
1 (12-ounce) container frozen whipped topping thawed, or equal amount sweetened whipped cream

Directions

Line the bottom of a 13 by 9 by 2-inch dish with 1 bag of cookies and layer bananas on top.

In a bowl, combine the milk and pudding mix and blend well using a handheld electric mixer. Using another bowl, combine the cream cheese and condensed milk together and mix until smooth. Fold the whipped topping into the cream cheese mixture. Add the cream cheese mixture to the pudding mixture and stir until well blended. Pour the mixture over the cookies and bananas and cover with the remaining cookies. Refrigerate until ready to serve.
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Maw Maw's Cough Syrup.

She swore this would cure your hoarse throat (she was a singer) by the next day. Unfortunately, I never asked how many parts of each:

honey
wet coffee grinds
horseradish
lemon
Straight Kentucky Bourbon
oyster juice

Mix and stir warm to hot... enjoy!!!

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Jello Shots

6 ounces Jello (large package)
16 ounces Water (boiling)
6 ounces Water (cold)
10 ounces Vodka or Everclear

Mix the jello mix with the boiling water until the powder is fully dissolved and add the cold water and alcohol. Pour the cooling mixture into either shot glasses or little plastic cups. Shot glasses are more attractive but I have found that using the little plastic cups like the ones you find at places were condiments are served work best.You can buy them at Sam's club.
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Kristina i make some mean banana bread and jello shots. Pretty much similar to your stuff but im originally from Hawaii so i toss in some island flare in to mix it up!
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