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    It's a bug in the software. I've fixed the pics......for now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick;448430[B
    ]It's a bug in the software[/B]. I've fixed the pics......for now.
    Yummy, I want the recipe!

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    Ugly Bug


    Ingredients:
    Amount Ingredient
    1 Measure Pineapple Juice
    1 Measure Orange Juice
    1 Measure Prune Juice
    1 Measure Grapefruit Juice


    Liquid volume = 100ml*

    Alcoholic units = 0*

    Alcohol by volume (ABV) = 0.0%*

    * Please note: Volume and ABV values are approximations only.
    in*the*spirit classifies one shot as a measure of 2.5cl or
    25ml

    Method:
    Mix the juice together in a jug or glass. Place in the fridge until well chilled. Serve in a wine glass.
    Additional notes:
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    Garnish:
    No garnish
    Non Alcoholic

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    Oh, now I get it! Very clever.

    It's a remedy for a "bug in the software"...
    One gulp of the concoction, and whatever bug you had will be quickly expelled.
    Problem solved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick View Post
    That's not only some good lookin' food that's an excellent set up.
    Agreed! Love that pit!!!
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    Today is "plum pudding" baking day. Not UK plum pudding. More of a German thing my mom used to make.
    Cherries and raisins have been soaking in bourbon since last weekend.
    Cake mix takes 1.5lb of butter, and a dozen eggs, among other things like flour, pecans and nutmeg, including 2 more cups of bourbon, and gets mixed in the extra-extra-large stainless bowl.
    Takes about 4 hours to cook the larger loaves, about two for the smaller.
    It's cooling on the racks now. Later tonight, once cool, it gets wrapped in bourbon soaked cheesecloth, wrapped in saran wrap then wrapped in tinfoil and put in the bottom drawer of the fridge until Christmas.
    Served warm or cold, with or without bourbon hard sauce.
    Killer.
    (It is NOT fruitcake. This stuff is darn near flammable and doesn't have that nasty citron in it.)
    The house smells like a combination brewery/bakery today.
    And you know one of these must be sacrificed today, unfinished, but with hard sauce. Quality control is a must you know.
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    Bugs? Did somebody mention bugs?
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    Today, I'll be cooking baby back ribs. I searched the internet for recipes on this and chose the one that I think will taste the best. I can't wait to see how this will turn out. I've been craving for this since last week.
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    They'll probably turn out great!

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    Beef knuckle for broth. Made about a gallon.

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    Just polished off 3 bowls of Elk fixed in the crockpot! This is the first time I've had elk, Dad got a cow elk in NM this year.
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    Made a batch of split pea soup today using smoked hambones and a bacon-end from the local slaughterhouse (their in-house smoked, thick sliced bacon is phenomenal too!) This is the slaughterhouse that burned down last spring. They've rebuilt and just re-opened in time for the holidays. Excellent!
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    Country style ribs, lightly seasoned with home made rub, cooked over an open hickory fire on the tripod grill.
    And of course the wifey will cook the obligatory collards and black eyed peas.
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    A chocolate chip muffin in a usgi canteen cup, just put a base layer of small rocks in the bottom of the cup, make a tinfoil pouch , put the muffin mix in and set the pouch on the rocks in the cup and cover the cup with tinfoil. Don't forget to oil the pouch. Let it cook until golden brown. Yum

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    Slow braised Beef short ribs. Oh my, were they good. Winnie jnr is turning into quite a cook.
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    Today I'm cooking my wife's favourite dish. Chicken with apples. You brown an onion in some butter or margarine, then add sliced chicken breast and green apples to pan. Well, any apple you want really, but it's best if they are a bit tart. Brings acidity to an otherwise fairly sweet dish. get those about halfway cooked, then drizzle some maple syrup over the top...a few tablespoons will do the job. Add a little mustard powder, maybe some ginger, and continue cooking until it's done. Also works with honey, but I like putting syrup in things, and my wife prefers it that way. Serve with mashed potatoes and steamed vegetables. Great meal for cold weather. Puts heart in you.

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    Salmon pinwheels stuffed with crab meat and steamed broccoli.
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    Accidentally vegan pumpkin soup.....the recipe calls for cream, which I don't have, so I'm using coconut milk. Should be pretty good. And cornbread. Probably making it in a skillet, but I might do corn muffins instead. See how I feel when I get to that point. Simple, but just the thing for a winter night. Plus, I have a pumpkin that wants eating up.

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    Hamburgers on the grill.

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    Some kind of italian bread...I don't know what kind specifically, I copied the recipe in to my book as "italian bread recipe that doesn't assume I own a 300 dollar mixer", but it's pretty good. And doesn't assume I own an expensive stand mixer. Also bowtie pasta with a ground chicken sauce, and salad to be determined later.

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