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WHY DO NEED A RECIPE ,??WHEN YOU HAVE THIS

CHUCK 2012/02/03 22:27:10
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  • Brightsprite62 2012/02/03 22:34:47
    I LL COOK ANY WAY ..
    Brightsprite62
    +3
    I like cooking. I like knowing what goes into whats cooked and I like being able to change up an ingredient I may not care for, for one I like a whole lot more.

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  • bricklyn 2014/03/29 03:06:20
    NO COOKING,,YEAH
    bricklyn
    Most of that stuff is just plain wrong. There was not one thing that I even remotely thought was appetizing. Most was gross and disgusting.
  • rhiannon 2012/02/16 21:26:03
    I LL COOK ANY WAY ..
    rhiannon
    i love cooking and could never give it up
  • Beccy 2012/02/04 00:34:29
    I LL COOK ANY WAY ..
    Beccy
    +1
    If I am going to fattening food I would rather have comfort food. mac and cheese and meatloaf pork chops and scalooped potatoes sheperd s pie chicken pot pie steak and baked potatoe
  • Rodney 2012/02/03 23:38:05
    I LL COOK ANY WAY ..
    Rodney
    +1
    The chemicals involved in that stuff is not good for you, plus, where's the thrill and pleasure in instant food? I have posted so many of my creations here. I'll have to look and see if I have posted my latest entry in the Better Homes and Gardens Best Burger Contest yet. If not, I will post it as soon as the contest is closed. :>)
  • CHUCK Rodney 2012/02/04 00:34:19
    CHUCK
    +1
    SOUNDS GOOD TO ME ,I LL TEST YOUR RECIPE.. IT S A FUN THING TO DO HERE ON SODA HEAD..
  • Brightsprite62 2012/02/03 22:34:47
    I LL COOK ANY WAY ..
    Brightsprite62
    +3
    I like cooking. I like knowing what goes into whats cooked and I like being able to change up an ingredient I may not care for, for one I like a whole lot more.
  • Rodney Brights... 2012/02/04 03:22:58
    Rodney
    That's part of the fun, isn't it?
  • Brights... Rodney 2012/02/05 03:31:34
    Brightsprite62
    yes. It sure is. Too I like not have so many chemicals and preservatives in what I cook.
  • Rodney Brights... 2012/02/05 03:58:28 (edited)
    Rodney
    I just watched a documentary on Monsanto called, "The World According To Monsanto". Eye opening and scary. I did not know that all the genetically engineered seed has never been tested for safety in our food chain. At one time, they labeled Round Up as biodegradable when in fact it is not and that after a month only 28% of the chemical make-up has degraded. Part of why I prefer my garden to store bought and my meat from local small ranchers. Eventually, I hope to be able to raise my own meat and eggs.
  • Brights... Rodney 2012/02/06 01:51:53
    Brightsprite62
    +1
    i hear ya. a nice big piece of ground with chickens beef, turkey maybe a few buffalo, or domestically raised deer. Food you can raise and know what goes into as well as out of.
  • Rodney Brights... 2012/02/06 19:10:17
    Rodney
    LOL, I was thinking of Buffalo yesterday. They basically eat the same as cattle and the eating is a taste treat. Elk and deer are another story. It takes an 8' chainlink fence to keep those jumpers corraled. hahaha
  • Brights... Rodney 2012/02/08 01:28:09
    Brightsprite62
    +1
    I know lol.. There's a guy a couple miles away that has a large mob of German red deer he raises for sale to restaurants.
  • Rodney Brights... 2012/02/08 01:42:50
    Rodney
    Huh? We had a guy who had his Elk escape a year or so ago, he's out of business now because of the fines he had to pay and cost of rounding up what he could and shooting what he couldn't. Sportsmen were allowed to go out for them, but couldn't keep their critter.
  • Brights... Rodney 2012/02/08 02:08:16
    Brightsprite62
    +1
    to bad. I hear that's some Good Eats.
  • Rodney Brights... 2012/02/08 02:32:00
    Rodney
    I prefer Elk over deer any day. Course the deer I have had are all wild and here they tend to feed on sagebrush and other stuff that gives them a real wild taste. Elk feed more on grasses and tender plants.
  • Brights... Rodney 2012/02/08 21:51:37
    Brightsprite62
    +1
    A good way to rid it of the game taste is to make sure all the silver skin is removed and when you cook it add to the recipe a vinegar. I can't remember if it's a teaspoon or tablespoon per pound of meat.
  • Rodney Brights... 2012/02/08 22:10:58
    Rodney
    I have a better idea, don't shoot what you don't like to eat? LOL
  • CHUCK 2012/02/03 22:28:07
    NO COOKING,,YEAH
    CHUCK

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