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    My understanding is that there is a genetic...

    My understanding is that there is a genetic predisposition as to whether or not a person likes Cilantro or whether it tastes bad to them. Who knows.......

    I'm just glad me and the wife both like...
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    Lasagna Espanol

    We had the chance to visit Spain last summer and one of the recommended restaurants in Barcelona was a small mom and pop Italian place where we experienced the best Lasagna we have ever had. It was...
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    I think part of it has to do with the remoteness...

    I think part of it has to do with the remoteness of the job site (we take a 1.5 hour plane ride to a private, dirt airstrip just to get there). The other part is the altitude, 13000 feet, which...
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    O.k., I will reveal the country with the caveat...

    O.k., I will reveal the country with the caveat that I don't get a bunch of pushback on "How I visited once and the food was great". While I respect other opinions, I just don't want to get into it....
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    Traveling Food

    Hello,

    I spend some time traveling for work out of the country. One place in particular that I visit, the food absolutely tastes like crap. I spend around a month there at a time. What I have...
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    Fall Fiesta

    Wanted to share a few photos of a get together we had last weekend. The theme was Fall and Tacos, therefore "Fall Fiesta". We'll start with the important stuff first, the food.......




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    Odds -n- Ends

    Here are a few odds and ends from the kitchen as of late;

    Fixed up a mess of Tequila Shrimp the other day. That's a recipe that has gotten a lot of mileage on this forum! Hah :hungry:
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    InspiringK, A big welcome to the forum. It's a...

    InspiringK, A big welcome to the forum. It's a great place to be with many good people!

    Boomchakabowwow, nothing brings people together like the burn of New Mexico chile. Just gotta love it. ...
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    Thanks Dave! I'm still around. Work has been...

    Thanks Dave!

    I'm still around. Work has been a little heavy so I haven't been as good at posting.

    We got our hatch chile roasted and peeled last month in August. It was the first load off the...
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    I've got to agree with you..... Carbon steel...

    I've got to agree with you..... Carbon steel really is good stuff for skinning and butchering. Add a little patina and it is almost worry free.
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    Skinning Knives

    Well, I wasn't sure where to post this but figured the Off Topic Room would work best. The Mods can move this if they see fit.

    I do a lot of hunting and have been thinking for a number of years...
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    Really nice story! Thanks. When I was a kid,...

    Really nice story! Thanks.

    When I was a kid, I ran around with a case knife. A double blade with a spear point and whatever the other broken blade used to be. I cut so much stuff with that...
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    How about Blue corn, popping corn with butter and...

    How about Blue corn, popping corn with butter and sea salt. Mmmmmmmmm:thumbsup:

    http://www.loschileros.com/corn-chips-a-popcorn/129-blue-corn-popcorn-kernels.html
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    Well, had the fish fry last night and everything...

    Well, had the fish fry last night and everything went wonderful! Thanks to everybody who contributed recipes. We ended up making the Prudhomme spice, Italian dressing marinade, buttermilk and...
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    Well, we finally squirreled enough coin away and...

    Well, we finally squirreled enough coin away and picked up the Verona and a hand mixer. Thanks to everyone for the recommendations.

    Here they are......

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    Nice.... You guys are making me hungry now. ...

    Nice....

    You guys are making me hungry now. Going to have guests over for catfish. Think I'll try a couple of different recipes suggested and let them weigh in on what they liked best. Kind of...
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    Catfish recipes.....?

    Was wanting to try something different for catfish. Usually I soak in buttermilk then bread in a mixture of flour, salt and pepper.

    Anyone have any good catfish recipes they would care to share?
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    We grow quite a few vegetables, namely cucumbers,...

    We grow quite a few vegetables, namely cucumbers, onions, carrots, beets, green beans, hot peppers / chiles (around 10 varieties) and tomatoes. We planted some fruit trees 3 years ago and they are...
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    Damn..........:hungry:

    Damn..........:hungry:
  20. That looks really great! Lobster is a...

    That looks really great!

    Lobster is a favorite. Mmmmm hmmmmmm!
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    Hee Hee Hee..... actually I have an ulterior...

    Hee Hee Hee..... actually I have an ulterior motive. My wife keeps on pushing these darn vegetables down my throat when she knows perfectly well that me and the dog are strictly meat eaters. This...
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    Could have been worse..... Everybody else I know...

    Could have been worse..... Everybody else I know drinks bud light..... LOL
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    Wayne's Green Beans

    A few years ago, we lived near an elderly neighbor named Wayne. He was a neat old guy who tended a very nice garden and knew a lot of the "old timey" ways of living. He also liked to cook and...
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    We had a bunch of lemons harvested from our...

    We had a bunch of lemons harvested from our backyard lemon trees. We used what we could with lemonade, tea and seafood then hand juiced the rest and froze in ziploc baggies. We have been enjoying...
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    Dave, That's a really nice piece. I...

    Dave,

    That's a really nice piece. I especially like the blue on the screws and trigger. Very nice.......
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