The "Nom Nom Nom" Thread

1J04

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i m sure i will find which knife she used sometime soon....
i dont care, ill keep it sharp for her...
when she gets hungry, thats it, get out of her way
Can't even begin to tell you how many knife tips my bride has snapped off. I've got like 6 or 7 knives she forbidden to even look at. The rest, meh. Have at it. :giggle:
 
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oneshot86

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im sure she cleaned the fuck out of the knife brfore she hammered it up, lol...
but again, this girl gets hungry? shes skinney and pretty,, but damn when shes hungry you best get her some chow.
 
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thanks Mike C for posting that for me.
dudes this stuff is good, get some cause it is real good...
A1J sent this and a couple of other things for me to try, and this is just the bomb. im no foodie, pretty regular type of a person, but this is good salmon.
My back has been out, so, i stay upstairs a little later in the morn, anywho... i get down and my beauty says firstly that she tried this salmon and she really liked it. like, she looked it up to see where we could get it, im impressed she doent like canned, she watches what w eat and canned food shuts her off. today she was hungry and tried them as a snack, did i say she really liked it and you all should try some?
Larry, your a stud, bro, always hookin someone up...
thankyou very much
im going to treat the rest of the canned fish and oysters as treats for us on fridays, stretch it out, one can a friday.
3 cheers to you buddy
So he sends you salmon and sends me this: Off the Christmas card list now.....

 
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Gal at work is turning 29 tomorrow.
We usually do a potluck once a month to celebrate all the birthdays.
I told her I would make her anything she wanted, just say it.
She wanted chili with the following: Ground beef, beans, tomatoes. Then i added a few necessary items and its pretty darn tasty. . House smells good too!

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Please add green onion. I love green onion. (y)(y)(y)
 
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Nice work Geno!
That knife is awesome!!
If you like trying different single malts, give Glendronach a try. Its a favorite of mine.

Summer and fall have been crazy.
Working on building new smokers with a friend, One for me and one for him.

Momma is from TX and brisket may rank above the kids and I in order of importance. Perhaps I shall have a fine brisket knife as such one of these days......
 

Geno C.

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Nice work Geno!
That knife is awesome!!
If you like trying different single malts, give Glendronach a try. Its a favorite of mine.

Summer and fall have been crazy.
Working on building new smokers with a friend, One for me and one for him.

Momma is from TX and brisket may rank above the kids and I in order of importance. Perhaps I shall have a fine brisket knife as such one of these days......
I like whiskey. Single malts, blended, bourbon, rye, you name it.

I’ll let you know how I like this one. I have a few nice knives but not anything that is the right length for brisket. Until now. I thought it should have been serrated but this one isn’t. I have no doubts it will cut though 2D2EA5D5-BFCC-4874-9319-F9E7C6871B57.jpeg
 

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I'd post something up tonight, but I just don't have the cold, cold heart to torment my brother Larry as he sucks on mint-flavored sponges.

It just wouldn't be right.

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Hillbilly your Thanksgiving with cornbread dressing. Your yankee loved ones will be impressed. I usually make two large cakes of bread for a 9x13 dish of dressing.

Prepare cornbread. Many ways to make it; this is one.
Heat oven to between 435 and 450.
Add cornmeal to bowl.
Add small amount self rising flour (about a table spoon per cup of cornmeal).
In smaller bowl, whisk one egg. Add buttermilk and whisk more.
Add a few table spoon veg oil or crisco to iron skillet. Place in oven to heat pan.
Add egg mix to cornmeal.
Pour heated oil from skillet into cornmeal mix. Use paper towel to wipe skillet to make sure surface is coated with oil.
Add buttermilk to mix and combine. Don't overly work the mix. It should be a little on the thick side.
Bake till done. Remove and allow to cool.

Break up cornbread into small pieces/crumbs. I usually use the browned top and dig the soft white bread out leaving the really browned bread touching the skillet. Place bread in large bowl.
Finley chop a med onion and a few stalks celery.
Soften the onion and celery on the stovetop in butter.
Add onion, celery and butter to bread.
Add black pepper and rubbed sage to taste. Don't be bashful with the sage.
Add enough chicken stock to moisten the bread well.
Grease baking dish and fill with dressing.
Bake around 350 till done. Baking time will vary depending on size and moisture of mix. Budget at least 20 min.

Edit: I forgot the chopped boiled eggs! Add about three chopped boiled eggs to the dressing mix before baking.

Cooked sausage can be added to the dressing mix prior to baking if you like.

Remove chaw before eating.
 
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Hillbilly your Thanksgiving with cornbread dressing. Your yankee loved ones will be impressed. I usually make two large cakes of bread for a 9x13 dish of dressing.

Prepare cornbread. Many ways to make it; this is one.
Heat oven to between 435 and 450.
Add cornmeal to bowl.
Add small amount self rising flour (about a table spoon per cup of cornmeal).
In smaller bowl, whisk one egg. Add buttermilk and whisk more.
Add a few table spoon veg oil or crisco to iron skillet. Place in oven to heat pan.
Add egg mix to cornmeal.
Pour heated oil from skillet into cornmeal mix. Use paper towel to wipe skillet to make sure surface is coated with oil.
Add buttermilk to mix and combine. Don't overly work the mix. It should be a little on the thick side.
Bake till done. Remove and allow to cool.

Break up cornbread into small pieces/crumbs. I usually use the browned top and dig the soft white bread out leaving the really browned bread touching the skillet. Place bread in large bowl.
Finley chop a med onion and a few stalks celery.
Soften the onion and celery on the stovetop in butter.
Add onion, celery and butter to bread.
Add black pepper and rubbed sage to taste. Don't be bashful with the sage.
Add enough chicken stock to moisten the bread well.
Grease baking dish and fill with dressing.
Bake around 350 till done. Baking time will vary depending on size and moisture of mix. Budget at least 20 min.

Edit: I forgot the chopped boiled eggs! Add about three chopped boiled eggs to the dressing mix before baking.

Cooked sausage can be added to the dressing mix prior to baking if you like.

Remove chaw before eating.
I've watched my mom make "dressing" (Tennessee hillbillies don't call it stuffing) and the only difference in what you posted is the oil in the pan doesn't go into the cornbread mix.
Otherwise, that's just about exactly what my mom does to make it.
Oh, she tends to use the Turkey stock from the bird in the oven.
 
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