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    Here's one for our traditionalist wolves:

    http://www.neta.com/~1stbooks/recipes.htm


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    Good find!
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    Great site Rick thanks. I do the Carne Seca a little different. I slow cook the beef at 195 degrees for 25 hours over wood then simmer another 5 hours in the sauce saving the drippings. Another method i use is to roll the beef in coffee grounds and cocoa before i put it on the grille. Very important to add strips of bacon when grilling the beef out of the sauce to keep it moist. Adds a real exquisite flavor along with the natural smoke.

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    Very Nice Rick !!
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    Nice link, you da man, surfer...uh...boy...
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    Thanks Rick, but you made me hungry. I had to go make a bowl of oatmeal and a pot of coffee. (good old backpacker's breakfast, yum!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by pgvoutdoors View Post
    Thanks Rick, but you made me hungry. I had to go make a bowl of oatmeal and a pot of coffee. (good old backpacker's breakfast, yum!)
    Is that not a can of beans ?
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