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    What can you cook that is edible and will you tell me how to make it?

    Most of my life I lived on box mac and cheese and ramen noodles. The past couple of years however, I've been learning to cook. I'm not at a place when I'm down to braise anything* yet but I can chop up things and sear meats as though I've been doing it my whole life.

    I made the fudge Mayaca mentioned last week and it was dope. Anyone else have easy delicious food secrets?? I'd love to take credit for them among my family and friends.
    What?

    #2
    I make a mighty fine squirrel stew. You need about a pound of meat, approximately 5 squirrels. Boil in a brine solution til the meat falls off the bone. Fry the boneless meat in a skillet with butter and chopped garlic until browned. Cut up a few potatoes, carrots and some celery. Throw all the ingredients into a crock pot. Pour a big box of beef broth in there and let it go all day on low. If not thick enough add a tbsp of cornstarch dissolved in a small glass of warm water and add to the stew and stir. Serve over egg noodles.

    The easiest way to get squirrel is to nail a victor rat trap to a tree and bait with peanut butter.

    If you don't know how to clean a squirrel, here you go...


    Damn now I want some, gotta set the traps.
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      #3
      Italian Mushroom Soup-

      2 tbl of butter in a pan on low. Saute 2 onions 1/4" chop u til clear.

      In another pan, 1 lb thinly sliced mushrooms with 4 tbl butter on medium. When soft, combine both pans.

      Stir in 4 cups beef broth and 3 tbs tomato paste. When simmering add 6 tbs sweet vermouth and chopped parsley, salt pepper to taste.

      Simmer 20 mins. Serve with Parmeson sprinkled on top.

      People will love it!

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        #4
        I can cook alot of stuff...... But dont follow many recipes. Will try to write down information as I go some time.
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          #5
          Undie's Sticky Chicken

          Chicken breasts, trimmed, cut in 1/2 and pounded thin
          Almond flour if you have it
          White flour
          2 eggs
          Milk, splash
          Hot sauce
          Olive Oil or Cooking Oil
          Pecans or Walnuts
          Butter, 3-4 Tbs
          1 jar apricot marmalade, jam, whatever
          Bourbon
          Pineapple juice


          Trim chicken breasts. Cut each in half. Cover with plastic wrap and pound with mallet, kitchen mallet, or even a large can on its side.

          In a small bowl whisk eggs with splash milk and a couple shakes hot sauce.

          In a larger bowl, add 1/2 cup flour, 1/2 cup almond flour (if you don't have almond flour, use 1 cup flour). Add salt and pepper. Mix.

          Have a large pan heating on stove. Add olive oil or cooking oil, enough to just cover the bottom. Heat oil. It's ready when 1 drop of water splatters.

          Dip chicken in egg mixture, then dredge in flour mixture. Add to pan - don't crowd chicken. Leave room between each piece. Do in 2 batches if you need to. Cook about 3-4 minutes each side over medium heat until breading is lightly browned. (chicken is not cooked - you will be baking it to finish)

          Place on paper towel to drain when done. Transfer chicken to a baking pan with sides, either lightly oiled or sprayed with Pam.

          In large pan (I wipe out the oil from chicken pan), melt butter. Add pecans, and stir to cook in butter for a couple of minutes. Don't over-brown. Then add the jar of apricot marmalade, a few good splashes of pineapple juice, a few shakes hot sauce and liberal splash bourbon. (never add liquor to a pan on stove. take pan off stove and away from heat, then add liquor). Stir until the marmalade melts and heats to lightly bubble.

          Pour the pecan-marmalade mixture over the chicken in pan. Bake @ 350 for about 45 minutes until chicken is cooked.
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            #6
            Originally posted by Mayaca View Post
            I can cook alot of stuff...... But dont follow many recipes. Will try to write down information as I go some time.
            I'm the same way. My chili never turns out exactly the same, but it is good.
            https://csagovernment.org/index.html

            http://deovindice.org/

            http://dixienet.org/

            http://leagueofthesouth.com/

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              #7
              Easy 27 minute fish soup-

              Saute 1/2 cup onion, 1/2" chop on low, for 5 mins. Add two cloves garlic, chopped, and 1 tbl chili powder. Saute 2 more mins.

              Put in pot with 1 tsp cumin, 1 1/2 cups chicken broth, 4 oz canned chillis, 1 1/2 cups chopped tomatos, 1/2 cup bell pepper. Salt pepp to taste. Simmer covered 20 mins.

              Then add at least 1/2 cup shrimp, and whatever amount of fish, cut up into 1 1/2" pieces. At least a pound. Squirt in some lime juice, simmer 5 mins only.

              Stir in 3/4 cup of yogurt, sprinkle chopped cilantro on top and serve. :-)

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                #8
                Originally posted by dudeman View Post
                I make a mighty fine squirrel stew. You need about a pound of meat, approximately 5 squirrels. Boil in a brine solution til the meat falls off the bone. Fry the boneless meat in a skillet with butter and chopped garlic until browned. Cut up a few potatoes, carrots and some celery. Throw all the ingredients into a crock pot. Pour a big box of beef broth in there and let it go all day on low. If not thick enough add a tbsp of cornstarch dissolved in a small glass of warm water and add to the stew and stir. Serve over egg noodles.

                The easiest way to get squirrel is to nail a victor rat trap to a tree and bait with peanut butter.

                If you don't know how to clean a squirrel, here you go...


                Damn now I want some, gotta set the traps.

                My grandfather (who was raised in the hills of Kentucky during the depression) actually has a freezer full of squirrel meat. Because he shoots them when he sees them in his back yard. He's lived a successful life and has no cause to eat his yard pests but he hates to see things go to waste. He also skinned an ate my pet rabbit when I was a child. Since I didn't seem interested in it anymore.
                What?

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Unclefred View Post
                  Italian Mushroom Soup-

                  2 tbl of butter in a pan on low. Saute 2 onions 1/4" chop u til clear.

                  In another pan, 1 lb thinly sliced mushrooms with 4 tbl butter on medium. When soft, combine both pans.

                  Stir in 4 cups beef broth and 3 tbs tomato paste. When simmering add 6 tbs sweet vermouth and chopped parsley, salt pepper to taste.

                  Simmer 20 mins. Serve with Parmeson sprinkled on top.

                  People will love it!
                  Other than the vermouth I have everything I need to make this already!

                  This sounds amazing, I love mushrooms in anything almost. I don't have very many soup recipes down yet. I made a butternut squash soup last month that came out...kinda eh.
                  What?

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Unclefred View Post
                    Easy 27 minute fish soup-

                    Saute 1/2 cup onion, 1/2" chop on low, for 5 mins. Add two cloves garlic, chopped, and 1 tbl chili powder. Saute 2 more mins.

                    Put in pot with 1 tsp cumin, 1 1/2 cups chicken broth, 4 oz canned chillis, 1 1/2 cups chopped tomatos, 1/2 cup bell pepper. Salt pepp to taste. Simmer covered 20 mins.

                    Then add at least 1/2 cup shrimp, and whatever amount of fish, cut up into 1 1/2" pieces. At least a pound. Squirt in some lime juice, simmer 5 mins only.

                    Stir in 3/4 cup of yogurt, sprinkle chopped cilantro on top and serve. :-)

                    Is this going to be very spicy? Like...on a 1-10 scale, I'm cool up to like a 7. Also, would I add the fish cooked or uncooked?
                    What?

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Jenn View Post

                      Other than the vermouth I have everything I need to make this already!

                      This sounds amazing, I love mushrooms in anything almost. I don't have very many soup recipes down yet. I made a butternut squash soup last month that came out...kinda eh.
                      Make sure it's sweet vermouth. I have a squash soup that uses curry and peanut butter.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Jenn View Post


                        Is this going to be very spicy? Like...on a 1-10 scale, I'm cool up to like a 7. Also, would I add the fish cooked or uncooked?
                        Add the fish uncooked, I've used cod and swai, I thought the swai was better. The shrimp will work cooked or fresh, but fresh is always best. It will be moderately spicey...maybe a four or five?

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                          #13
                          Popcorn

                          The directions are on the bag


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                            #14
                            Smart man

                            Originally posted by Jenn View Post


                            My grandfather (who was raised in the hills of Kentucky during the depression) actually has a freezer full of squirrel meat. Because he shoots them when he sees them in his back yard. He's lived a successful life and has no cause to eat his yard pests but he hates to see things go to waste. He also skinned an ate my pet rabbit when I was a child. Since I didn't seem interested in it anymore.
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                              #15
                              Originally posted by Jenn View Post


                              My grandfather (who was raised in the hills of Kentucky during the depression) actually has a freezer full of squirrel meat. Because he shoots them when he sees them in his back yard. He's lived a successful life and has no cause to eat his yard pests but he hates to see things go to waste. He also skinned an ate my pet rabbit when I was a child. Since I didn't seem interested in it anymore.

                              That's terrible.

                              My grandfather killed and skinned a wild rabbit and made it into a collar for a coat my grandmother made me. I hated it. Couldn't stand knowing a dead animals fur was touching my skin

                              Yet I have no problem eating chickens, pigs, cows and wearing leather. Go figure
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