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By Average Joe
#631794
austrotard wrote:it's not like jose cooked it or anyfink.
No fear, Mitch. Though it looks absolutely delicious, it's well beyond my skill set.

I just asked my wife to sit down and read the recipe.

When she got to the end, she said, "So were does this guy live?"

"Back east."

"Well then that's where you'll have to go if you want to try it."

Fair enough.
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By fatman
#631800
Average Joe wrote:
it's well beyond my skill set.
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By Average Joe
#631801
fatman wrote:
Average Joe wrote:
it's well beyond my skill set.
SaladKits-Caesar-US.jpg :smile
Opening all of those cellophane bags and mixing the contents proved to be quite a challenge.

Especially given the week I'd had.

Fortunately, Mitch's Caesar salad expectations were quite low by that point.

Though not low enough to prevent a one star rating.
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By austrotard
#631802
where's the fucking pepperjack and tomatoes?

seriously. the bag looks more palatable.
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By pbrstreetgang
#631803
Average Joe wrote:I just asked my wife to sit down and read the recipe.

When she got to the end, she said, "So were does this guy live?"

"Back east."

"Well then that's where you'll have to go if you want to try it."

Fair enough.
that's awesome

see you next year then?
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By Average Joe
#631804
pbrstreetgang wrote:
Average Joe wrote:I just asked my wife to sit down and read the recipe.

When she got to the end, she said, "So were does this guy live?"

"Back east."

"Well then that's where you'll have to go if you want to try it."

Fair enough.
that's awesome

see you next year then?
If I get an invite, absolutely.
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By skullion childs
#631807
Average Joe wrote:
If I get an invite, absolutely.
Consider this a renewal of the already open invite.

Edit: Hell, if you come to the prebake, I might even bake a pie.
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By B.M. Barrelcooker
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By ironman
#631887
Nicely done boys.

Yin and yang.
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By Fishwater
#632186
Smothered dove and teal

This recipe called for dove. I had a bag of teal from earlier this year that I added.

Season the birds liberally with salt, pepper, garlic powder, paprika, and red pepper.


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Brown them in oil about a 1/2 cup of oil. I used some rendered pork and chicken fat.

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Pull them off and let them rest on some paper towels.


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Add a little flour. You're not making a roux here, just a little thickening agent. Roux is 1:1 oil to flour. I only used 3-4 tablespoons of flour.


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Make sure you have the trinity ready to go before you start browning the birds.

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Add it to the oil and flour and stir occasionally until the veggies have softened.

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Add 4 cans of onion soup and 1.5 cups of water. I also added chicken stock concentrate the kind that come in tiny plastic tubs. Oh yeah, throw in some chopped mushrooms.

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Bring it up to a boil then back it off to a simmer. Add back the dove and duck and pull out the homemade cornbread your wife made.

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I let the smothered birds simmer for nearly 2 hours. I pulled the dove out near the end and picked whatever meat was still on the bones and added the meat back. I also threw in a some chopped parsley. Served the smothered birds over rice (can also use grits or mashed potatoes) garished with green onion and a side of the cornbread.


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By Redchaser
#632204
Looks delicious Mike, you cook like a Coonass (trinety et al)
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