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PC cooking...
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(11-12-2017, 02:35 AM)susnus Wrote: some of you old guys DO TALK A LOT ABOUT FOOD recipes. On Teamspeak, the old farts go off about recipes and sharing like the stereotypical knitting circle. And they admit it, laff about it.

They admit it?  Like pleading guilty to a crime or something?  News flash:  People eat food.  Somebody has to cook it.  I cook & I ain't giving back my man card because of it.
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#22
One of my age-old gripes is that there is no good way to cook a goose. Not a $35.00 grocery store pen-raised goose. A wild canada goose. Well, I finally found the recipe -and that's part of the fun of cooking. There's always something out there on the interwebs, the greatest invention for cooking since fire.
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#23
(11-12-2017, 12:39 PM)Riverdrifter Wrote: One of my age-old gripes is that there is no good way to cook a goose. Not a $35.00 grocery store pen-raised goose. A wild canada goose. Well, I finally found the recipe -and that's part of the fun of cooking. There's always something out there on the interwebs, the greatest invention for cooking since fire.
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Goose ravioli is a good way to fix it. Duck, too, although I do like crispy duck
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#24
someone is tetchy ... they admit it AND LAFF IT OFF. and get right back to chatting about food and recipes.

I'm teh catholic, I'm the one who feels guilt at just about everything there is. I own that. Bug off Episcopalian/Congregationalist/soc/com/prog/dim psycho Big Grin
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(11-12-2017, 12:39 PM)Riverdrifter Wrote: One of my age-old gripes is that there is no good way to cook a goose. Not a $35.00 grocery store pen-raised goose. A wild canada goose. Well, I finally found the recipe -and that's part of the fun of cooking. There's always something out there on the interwebs, the greatest invention for cooking since fire.
I ain't turning in my man card either.

Try Goose Pot Pie

I did that when I got tired of cooking Pheasant one year. Pheasant Pot Pie was awesome. Taste just like chicken. I guess that's because when I went to the store to buy Pheasant broth all they had was beef or chicken broth.  Wink
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#26
This one is just as easy as it gets. Did it tonight. Great stuff!

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(11-12-2017, 05:54 PM)PleaseReportToTheFrontDesk Wrote: Try Goose Pot Pie

I did that when I got tired of cooking Pheasant one year. Pheasant Pot Pie was awesome. Taste just like chicken. I guess that's because when I went to the store to buy Pheasant broth all they had was beef or chicken broth.  Wink

You had me at the Western KS appreciation society part ... till you revealed the store trip ;-)

gosh. Guess you can stuff anything into a pot pie. Maybe I woulda been able to eat pheasant that a way. Dogged and hunted and cleaned the birds, but didn't care for their eats.
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(11-14-2017, 02:27 AM)susnus Wrote: You had me at the Western KS appreciation society part ... till you revealed the store trip ;-)

gosh. Guess you can stuff anything into a pot pie. Maybe I woulda been able to eat pheasant that a way. Dogged and hunted and cleaned the birds, but didn't care for their eats.

I know!  haha

But it did have a bit of pheasant broth in it from boiling the pheasant. For some reason it din't taste as good as chicken broth.
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#29
Pressure cooker posole is totally the fall food you need right now.
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#30
(11-15-2017, 06:24 PM)chootspa Wrote: Pressure cooker posole is totally the fall food you need right now.

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