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Old 08-24-2007, 08:11 PM   #1
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Anyone Cook?

My wife went to Paducah this weekend to help the daughter move into her new house with her new husband.

I took the opportunity to cook up some venison tenderloin, marinated in soy sauce and red wine. It is really awesome with fried potatoes and green bean bundles.

UUUUUUUUUUMMMMMMMMMMMMM!

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do tacos, mac and cheese, and ramen, count as being able to cook?
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Old 08-24-2007, 08:28 PM   #4
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Im the best darn cook in the family next to my mom and sister.

Just made a new recipe the other night for burgers, added a twist to a classic.

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Sounds great! I love to play with my smoker, oak/mesquite mix, teriyaki marinated tenderloin, ahhhhh!
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do tacos, mac and cheese, and ramen, count as being able to cook?
No, unless you put some sweat and blood into it and a dash of love.

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Old 08-24-2007, 08:50 PM   #7
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The little woman doesn't do game. When we have it - I cook it. I have some awesome recipes for trout and venison. She will eat it, but she won't cook it.

That tenderloin tonight was really awesome!!! (if I do say so, myself!)

Next time I'll top it off with toasted almond slices!
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Im learning (self teaching) I cooked biscuits from scratch the other day and they turned out pretty good. I also cook up this mean burger recipe that I love. I am slowly building my menu.
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Im learning (self teaching) I cooked biscuits from scratch the other day and they turned out pretty good. I also cook up this mean burger recipe that I love. I am slowly building my menu.
Wana exchange burger recipes?

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I did all the cook'n in my first marriage - then I found Frank.
He does all the cook'n and I've never sat down to a bad meal. He likes to experiment and try new dishes. He also likes to cook for big gatherings like our Jeep club events and has been running the "block party" for 23 years, where we live.
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What a guy!!!

I still need to cook you guys a steak. When are you gettin here?
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Wana exchange burger recipes?

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Haha sure. But later. As I am now heading out to drink some beers with the guys.
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i get creative every now and then, mostly with different kinda of pasta...dont really have any set recipes tho
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Old 08-25-2007, 02:46 AM   #14
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As long as i got a 6-12 pack of beer i can cook anything around lol. Most of the time a lil beer in something goes a long way speacialy when BBQin. But i like to cook most of the times just whip some stuff up and see how it goes. Never the same twice tho lol
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i remember one time, some friends and i were on a camping trip, and one morning for breakfast, we realized no one brought any eggs, but we did bring bacon...well, we had a shit load of beer also, so one of us gets a bright idea to cook the bacon over the fire in a pan of beer....lol....seriously the best bacon ive ever had
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lol, have done beer and cheerios! But seriously, I cook by smell. If if smells right, I put it in. I do a lot of cassaroles, but my fav is Irish stew. A little beef, seared, and the contents of the freezer that have been uneaten, potatoes, carrots, bullion, lots of garlic, etc, whatever is handy and smells good!
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Sounds good, JJ. Your posts are making my mouth water, especially the first one.

According to my husband, my cooking has gotten better over the last 13 years. At least my kids like my cooking...
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My wife handles the kitchen and I control the grill... thats how it should be...
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You're not a real cook until you have scars from cast-iron skillets! =P
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You're not a real cook until you have scars from cast-iron skillets! =P
amen! got a nice burn now, that's almost healed.
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I am a cook right now at Red Robin untill i finish up college. Trust me i got the burns from too many things. But then i also got callused hands from HVAC work which also burns ya
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Tonight's Menu
Garlic & herb marinated steak cooked on the grill
baked potato with LOTS of butter
and fresh picked corn on the cob
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Tonight's Menu
Garlic & herb marinated steak cooked on the grill
baked potato with LOTS of butter and sour cheese
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but you didn't mention what time we should be there
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Tex and Frank... see next post!
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but you didn't mention what time we should be there

You guys still coming to Arkansas? Let me know. I have Del Rio steaks waiting. 12 oz Ribeye with southwest seasoning and ancho butter, topped with fried onion tanglers, baked sweet potato with butter and cinnamon sugar, a nice dinner salad with house dressing (southwest style) and chocolate sensation for dessert!
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One of these days, Dare, my Wife and I are heading that way and you can show us some cool places to wheel!
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One of these days, Dare, my Wife and I are heading that way and you can show us some cool places to wheel!
Come on!!! SuperLift ORV Park in Hot Springs, or I can take you to my special place in the ozark foothills. I'll even offer you the same meal that I offered Frank and TexApple at my restaurant.
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Dare, do you know where Amity is located? My mom owns some property there...maybe my brother and I could convincer her to let us turn it into a nice offroad park.
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My wife cooks - she's Italian.

We just finished a kitchen remodel, so I HOPE she plans on using it for a while!

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