umm, that's classy eating there bro.
thumbs-up for both the bird and tale! :thumbsup:
welcome to the forum Tom. :hatsoff:
interesting thread as I've never tried to carry starter on a 'trek' which I no longer can undertake - shot knees and lower back.
I inherited a...
'OVO" meant to type 'EVO" extra virgin olive oil.
that's some good looking grub there dragonsfire. :thumbsup:
actually I usually carry a fire tube and my home-made 'lucifers', but do have and use a flint/steel.
matches were available even before percussion caps were, and they weren't the flimsy ones like the strike on box sort to be had nowadays....
there's a recipe for it made into a spread using roasted garlic, OVO, salt and seasonings. I bought some canned year or so back - good stuff on...
horseradish goes good with that.
I'm fond of lamb (or mutton) roasted in my grill/cooker that I use wood lit with propane first, then I turn the gas to 'low'. the coals do the...
it's been years back I went with a group of fellows that hunted bear with dogs, oft time going at night. 2 of the ol' timers had muzzlers, one a...
I can visualize thick slice fried bologna and jalapeno mustard, maybe horseradish spread. :)
just 'false spring' - more winter will come, be warned.
bulbs and partway up the shoots. seems the further up the hotter it is. fry in bacon grease. good with taters. egg if you have.
just barely out of the cover, looking forward to gathering a mess. I fry up a mess for a meal with bacon, tater and couple eggs, and pickle a...
welcome from a WNC mountains member.
cracklings in cornbread with sliced hot onion and pintos.
if not made with 100% white corn meal, sour or buttermilk and a bacon greased iron deep skillet you're in h ell as far AIC.
lamb's quarter is a tasty green. cress and 'creasy greens' are also good vitamin source.
man I would love to have me some turnips about now to simmer/mash with supper. high priced around here.
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