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Discussion in 'Free Fire Zone' started by Poppy, Oct 23, 2012.

  1. A-58

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    GF, that stands for girl friend or gluten free? Not exactly sure just now you know.
     
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    Fire + Meat
     
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    + grain alcohol + young college girls....

    Oh yeah, somebody's going to jail now!
     
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    Jim Beam and David Allen Coe..... Hell WILL be raised ! LOL
     
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    Poppy, looks like your thread got wrecked real good.
     
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    Sorry Poppy. It really wasn't my fault, it was my two friends, Jack and Jim. I'll try to get it back on track.

    Developed this recipe from when I used to camp all the time. Iron skillet, country ham, potato, onion, a cup of coffee (brewed).
    Put the country ham in the iron skillet on high heat, sear one side, add a little water to keep from sticking and to make some juice. Keep adding water as it cooks down. Dice up a potato and part of an onion (as much as you desire). Remove ham and throw potatoes and onion into the juice, add water and coffee in equal parts, just enough to cover the potatoes. Cook till tender. Season potatoes with black pepper and Tony Chachere's (pronounced sass-sure-ees). Don't need to add salt the ham broth did that. Throw ham back in to get warm. Enjoy. I always eat it with cornbread, but my wife makes that so it is not applicapble to this thread.
     
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    Don't forget our ever faithful bus driver: Sailor Jerry
     
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    He's driving the boat for Social Groups Anonymous eh?
     
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    Indeed he is my friend..........indeed he is
     
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    GF: two birds, one stone eh Fifty eight. Thanks for pointing out I don't have a gf. Lost my game. *sniff*....that's why I'm here on a friday night swapping recipes with a bunch of hot dogs.
     
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    Don't they have brothels in Canada eh?
     
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    Damnit, now I have a reason to schedule a visit to Canada. Poppy, can you recommend any good ones?
     
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    Teeth or no teeth?
     
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    Does it matter?
     
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    The direction this thread has taken is more like a "recipe for disaster". ;)
     
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    The thing is, with beans, do you soak and save the water? How long to soak? Then use that water to boil? Or throw away the soaked water and use fresh (lol) tapwater...Sometimes the beans are sooo tough....Would like a navy bean ham bone soup recipe. GF free....That's gluten free Fiddy Ate.
     
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    Never boil them in the water you soak them in
     
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    Unless you plan on gettin' pi$$ drunk and want to light massive farts later on that evening....FLAMMENWERFER!!!!
     
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    Not a lot of info there Juggs. Could you expand, possibly include a recipe?..My Pa has a good'un. He'd be happy to share...I'll post a "bachelor recipe book" from the 50's, from my haunted Blackberry, eventually.
     
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    Soak Beans 24 hours
    rinse beans
    cover beans with water
    Add heat to beans
    Drop in smoked ham Hocks
    Garlic
    Salt
    Chicken Boullion Base
    Quarter up some onions
    simmer every thing 4-5 hours

    When properly prepared the only thing recognizeable should be the ham hock bone everything should be a runny paste like consistency.
     
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