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Old 12-27-2005   #21
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This is my favorite tailgating recipe.

Elephant Stew

* 1 elephant (medium size)
* 1 rabbit (optional)
* Salt and Pepper to taste

Cut elephant into bite sized pieces; this takes about 2 months. Add enough brown gravy to cover. Cook over kerosene fire at 465 degrees. Serves 3800 persons. For those who dislike elephant stew, the rabbit may be added -- but only if necessary because most people don't like hare in their stew.
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Hey Carrie....
Do you have a good Buttermilk Pie recipe? That is Keith's favorite!!
By the way..it was good to see y'all on Saturday!!
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Here's one of my favorites:

You'll need 1lb of ground beef
1 lb of ground pork sausage
lg onion-chopped
2 cloves or more of garlic/finely chopped
lg bell pepper/cut into chunks
1lb of smoked sausage/chopped into bite size pieces
1tbs ground oregano
3tbs chili powder
1 tsp corriander
1 1/2 tsp celery seed
2 large jars of cut tomatos/undrained
2 large jars kidney beans but save the juice separately
1/2 cup yellow corn meal
mozzarella cheeese (for the top) shredded
REAL Texas chili ain't got no beans in it.
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REAL Texas chili ain't got no beans in it.
Funny you mention that.. When I go to James Coney i never order it with beans..


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REAL Texas chili ain't got no beans in it.

Real chili ain't got no tomatoes in it either.
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Hey Carrie....
Do you have a good Buttermilk Pie recipe? That is Keith's favorite!!
By the way..it was good to see y'all on Saturday!!
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Unfortunately, no buttermilk pie recipe. Never attempted this one.

It was great to see you Saturday too! Hope you and Keith can make it to Houston more often next season.
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Real chili ain't got no tomatoes in it either.
That reminds me of the time.....

I make several different chili recipes and one of my favorites happens to have beans (three different types) and tomatoes. I made a big pot at a tailgate last year and as I was serving it up, some smart a** was laughing and mouthing off about "that ain't real Texas chili, blah blah blah bblahhhh." I explained that I knew what "real" Texas chili was all about and not to worry because I wouldn't insult him by serving him any of that heathen grub. A few minutes later I stepped away but happened to glance back to my tailgate area and guess who was helping himself to a giant bowl of heathen red - along with his buddies who were going in deep for seconds...

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Kimberly,

I have a GREAT buttermilk pie receipt, if I can find it. My Mom made it all the time, one of my favs!! I haven't made one in years though, so will have to do some research.
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Chimicheesedogs

White Wings flour tortilla mix
shredded cheese (your favorite)
weiners
water
Can of Wolf chili (optional)

Preheat oven to 450

Make the tortilla mix (4 cups)
Roll out a tortilla
put the wiener, cheese in the raw tortilla
Roll them like you would a burrito
put them in a greased oven dish..
Roll ten of those suckers. Then put them in the oven for about 20 mins, or until the tops are light brown..

Put the rest of the cheese on top. (Chili if you are using it) Then bake for another 5 minutes..

You can also use your favorite meat, or beans instead of the wierners.

Warning~ Each one will have about 400 calories.. and thats without the chili.
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Chimicheesedogs

White Wings flour tortilla mix
shredded cheese (your favorite)
weiners
water
Can of Wolf chili (optional)

Preheat oven to 450

Make the tortilla mix (4 cups)
Roll out a tortilla
put the wiener, cheese in the raw tortilla
Roll them like you would a burrito
put them in a greased oven dish..
Roll ten of those suckers. Then put them in the oven for about 20 mins, or until the tops are light brown..

Put the rest of the cheese on top. (Chili if you are using it) Then bake for another 5 minutes..

You can also use your favorite meat, or beans instead of the wierners.

Warning~ Each one will have about 400 calories.. and thats without the chili.
My cholestorol just went up 20 points reading that!
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Ok, made this last night: The apitomy of comfort dinner
3/4lbs (or so)ea. ground sirloin and ground pork
1 cup milk
1 cup uncooked quick oats
1/2 cup fresh parsley chopped
1/2 cup finely chopped onion
1 large garlic clove minced
1/4 cup grated carrots
1 egg
3 tbs ketchup
1 tbs horseradish
1/4 cup unsweetened applesauce
1/8 tea allspice
1 tea salt/pepper (I add a pinch more salt)
oven 375
Grab a large bowl. Take off your rings. Dump all the ingrediants together. Dig your hands into the meat mixture and combine well.
Pat the mixture into a loaf pan and cook about an hour. Take out and rest the meatloaf about 10-15 minutes. No need to top this meat loaf w/ ketchup or BBQ sauce, cause you're gonna make your favorite gravy out of the pan drippings. Serve w/ garlic smashed potatos and steamed baby carrots. But the most important part, pull out those TV trays turn on Sports Center ( OK we rented "Must Love Dogs") and eat in front of the tube! YUM!
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The last recipe is even good for Double Barrel's new diet. Lose the smashed potatos and substitute w/ nice tossed salad with Thousand Island and double up on the steamed veggies. Yea know. . .like zucchini and broccoli maybe. Go ahead and throw in some pillsbury crescent rolls.
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Ok, made this last night: The apitomy of comfort dinner
3/4lbs (or so)ea. ground sirloin and ground pork
1 cup milk
1 cup uncooked quick oats
1/2 cup fresh parsley chopped
1/2 cup finely chopped onion
1 large garlic clove minced
1/4 cup grated carrots
1 egg
3 tbs ketchup
1 tbs horseradish
1/4 cup unsweetened applesauce
1/8 tea allspice
1 tea salt/pepper (I add a pinch more salt)
oven 375
Grab a large bowl. Take off your rings. Dump all the ingrediants together. Dig your hands into the meat mixture and combine well.
Pat the mixture into a loaf pan and cook about an hour. Take out and rest the meatloaf about 10-15 minutes. No need to top this meat loaf w/ ketchup or BBQ sauce, cause you're gonna make your favorite gravy out of the pan drippings. Serve w/ garlic smashed potatos and steamed baby carrots. But the most important part, pull out those TV trays turn on Sports Center ( OK we rented "Must Love Dogs") and eat in front of the tube! YUM!
LOL! I made meatloaf last night too! With a tossed salad and garlic toast. My secret is a smidge of marinade, dry soup mixes, lots of mushrooms and roasted red peppers. So good! I make extras so we can have meatloaf sandwiches for a couple days after. That is the best part!

Ever made stuffed meatloaf? Yummy!
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LOL! I made meatloaf last night too! With a tossed salad and garlic toast. My secret is a smidge of marinade, dry soup mixes, lots of mushrooms and roasted red peppers. So good! I make extras so we can have meatloaf sandwiches for a couple days after. That is the best part!

Ever made stuffed meatloaf? Yummy!
Yes Yum!
Stuffed meatloaf w/ steamed chopped veggies. And one with mac n cheese. Or how about cabbage wrapped or stuffed bell peppers that 's all w/ basically meatloaf mixtures.

And yes sandwiches ARE the best part of leftovers, we had ours for a late lunch watching the playoffs this weekend.
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"If you knows beans about chili knows there are no beans in chili"
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I have a GREAT buttermilk pie receipt, if I can find it. My Mom made it all the time, one of my favs!! I haven't made one in years though, so will have to do some research.
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Anyone try the Mac N Cheese recipe yet? I'm tellin ya it's awesome. I'm gonna make it for Superbowl along with some ribs.
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1 Pound 90% Hamburger
1/3 cup Catsup (to be mixed in the loaf)
1 egg
salt (1/2 tsp) and pepper 1 (Tbs) to taste
2 slices of finely sliced up bread
one onion finely diced

Mix all together and form into a loaf. Apply a generous amount of catsup to the top of the loaf before putting it into the oven at 400 degrees for 50 minutes to an hour.
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Ever wanted to duplicate James Coney Island Chile? See link below.


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