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Discussion in 'Cooking, Grilling, BBQ, and Recipes' started by Lt Gibson, Jun 10, 2017.
What kind of gravy?
I’m sorry. I forgot the pics. They were top sirloin about 2 inches thick that had been ran thru a tenderizer. The steaks are off a 800 pound jersey steer that had been corn fed and aged 43 days. Dang they were good.
Skipped the gravy tonight. Just meat and taters, wasn’t really that hungry.
Hopefully they wudnt smashed without gravy
Chicken, and sausage gumbo. Sausage made with gadwalls and wild pork lightly smoked. Topped with smoked boudin.
Looks great. You have a gumbo recipe that you mind sharing?
I had planned on grilling wild hog loin for supper, but it was raining so I had to improvise. Marinated it in a little teriyaki and woshtershire(sp?) and covered with onions and mushrooms wrapped in foil and put in the oven. A variation of MK1848’s green beans and black eyed peas, with pickeled okra for dessert.
To be fair, someone else also posted they make similar green beans. I think the cheese was the part they didn't do. What did you do different to them. Looks like a nice change. Are they topped with something?
I just diced up some bacon and rendered it down then added the green beans. Seasoned them with salt, pepper, garlic, woshtershire, teriyaki and then added shredded Parmesan cheese.
Fried in the bacon grease? Hmmm, country style Italian green beans. I like it.
4qts chipped venison BBQ! House smells outstanding...I think I can hear the wolves howling in the hollow! Rofl!
Fixing to try Swampcats recipe for wings.
I’ll give the wings two thumbs up!
They sure look tasty.
Having leftover deer chili from last night.
I have been to Rouses it is a good store. Bought some more oysters yesterday and some 10 to the pound shrimp. Fried some oysters and grilled some bacon wrapped blue cheese stuffed shrimp. They were good. The oysters are better this week than last month.
10 count gulf shrimp will be put in my casket when I die. Oysters too.
I might come to the funeral
So is this going to be an open casket affair? If so, I may want to ride with you curdog. At mine, they're going to serve beanie wienies, viennie sausages and saltine crackers.