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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2007 9:37 am    Post subject: Happy 4th of July Reply with quote

to our U.S. neighbors. You have a "Great Country". Smile

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2007 10:28 am    Post subject: Re: Happy 4th of July Reply with quote

Party hi ya 1895ss, may you have a cool day too! we're gonna bbq an' get down with the vittles. Might even do some loading of 243s' for a schutzenfest coming up next month. happy 4th to all my usa folks. Dave


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2007 11:07 am    Post subject: Re: Happy 4th of July Reply with quote

Flag Happy Independence Day Flag
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2007 11:18 am    Post subject: Re: Happy 4th of July Reply with quote

You all have a fun and safe day, and be enjoying your Freedoms. Very Happy tr

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2007 1:23 pm    Post subject: Re: Happy 4th of July Reply with quote

Last time I checked. Other then their gun laws, Canada is a great country and ally of the other great country...

Excuse me...I have to tend to my T-bone steaks that are marinating in "Selby's Special Beer, Seasoning and Herb Marinate".

Happy FOURTH to all...

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2007 1:38 pm    Post subject: Re: Happy 4th of July Reply with quote

Bushmaster wrote:
Last time I checked. Other then their gun laws, Canada is a great country and ally of the other great country...

Excuse me...I have to tend to my T-bone steaks that are marinating in "Selby's Special Beer, Seasoning and Herb Marinate".

Happy FOURTH to all...

Uhhhhh, Sad there's a few other Canadian laws that I could debate with you partner, but this isn't the forum for that Mad Tell me more about that special tbone marinade, that seems like a much more pleasant conversation Very Happy

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2007 2:52 pm    Post subject: Re: Happy 4th of July Reply with quote

It's a secret.......... Very Happy Don't tell anyone if I tell ya...Need a big enough pan or bowl to submurge the steaks in however many warm beers it takes to cover them. Salt, pepper, garic powder and All Spice each piece of meat and rub it in. Drop into the beer and shake, stir or nead every so often. Best to start in the mid morning. Especially if the steaks are frozen. Just drop them in frozen and let thaw all day or marinate all day long on the counter. Forget the BBQ sause. Not needed. If you have cats in the house make sure you cover the pan or bowl. BBQ, pan fry or however you like your steak. Make sure the cook has a full glass of wine in his/her hands at all times. A happy cook is a good cook... I'll be BBQin' mine and the grand daughters around 6:00 or 6: 30 PM because as soon as it starts to get dark my fireworks show starts...

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2007 4:03 pm    Post subject: Re: Happy 4th of July Reply with quote

Bushmaster wrote:
It's a secret.......... Very Happy Don't tell anyone if I tell ya...Need a big enough pan or bowl to submurge the steaks in however many warm beers it takes to cover them. Salt, pepper, garic powder and All Spice each piece of meat and rub it in. Drop into the beer and shake, stir or nead every so often. Best to start in the mid morning. Especially if the steaks are frozen. Just drop them in frozen and let thaw all day or marinate all day long on the counter. Forget the BBQ sause. Not needed. If you have cats in the house make sure you cover the pan or bowl. BBQ, pan fry or however you like your steak. Make sure the cook has a full glass of wine in his/her hands at all times. A happy cook is a good cook... I'll be BBQin' mine and the grand daughters around 6:00 or 6: 30 PM because as soon as it starts to get dark my fireworks show starts...
Shocked Shocked BEER gets warm?!?!? Shocked wtf Confused
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2007 4:05 pm    Post subject: Re: Happy 4th of July Reply with quote

Bushmaster wrote:
It's a secret.......... Very Happy Don't tell anyone if I tell ya...Need a big enough pan or bowl to submurge the steaks in however many warm beers it takes to cover them. Salt, pepper, garic powder and All Spice each piece of meat and rub it in. Drop into the beer and shake, stir or nead every so often. Best to start in the mid morning. Especially if the steaks are frozen. Just drop them in frozen and let thaw all day or marinate all day long on the counter. Forget the BBQ sause. Not needed. If you have cats in the house make sure you cover the pan or bowl. BBQ, pan fry or however you like your steak. Make sure the cook has a full glass of wine in his/her hands at all times. A happy cook is a good cook... I'll be BBQin' mine and the grand daughters around 6:00 or 6: 30 PM because as soon as it starts to get dark my fireworks show starts...

It sounds to me like them steaks are going to be real tasty and the fireworks later sounds darn good too. Smile We had the in-laws over for steak bbq on July 1st. I don't marinate steak but I use a selection of spices. The in-laws couldn't seem to get enough. I guess it was good.

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2007 4:41 pm    Post subject: Re: Happy 4th of July Reply with quote

Forgot one important item...My steaks are done over Washington State indoor cured alder embers....Definately makes a difference.

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 05, 2007 9:45 am    Post subject: Re: Happy 4th of July Reply with quote

Bushmaster wrote:
It's a secret.......... Very Happy Don't tell anyone if I tell ya...Need a big enough pan or bowl to submurge the steaks in however many warm beers it takes to cover them. Salt, pepper, garic powder and All Spice each piece of meat and rub it in. Drop into the beer and shake, stir or nead every so often. Best to start in the mid morning. Especially if the steaks are frozen. Just drop them in frozen and let thaw all day or marinate all day long on the counter. Forget the BBQ sause. Not needed. If you have cats in the house make sure you cover the pan or bowl. BBQ, pan fry or however you like your steak. Make sure the cook has a full glass of wine in his/her hands at all times. A happy cook is a good cook... I'll be BBQin' mine and the grand daughters around 6:00 or 6: 30 PM because as soon as it starts to get dark my fireworks show starts...

For once Mr Bush you have made my head knod up and down with agreement. A happy cook is a good cook.

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 05, 2007 9:46 am    Post subject: Re: Happy 4th of July Reply with quote

steaks over mesquite or apple wood makes a nice steak as well

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 05, 2007 11:11 am    Post subject: Re: Happy 4th of July Reply with quote

I'm on a diet, and what did I eat yesterday??? Shocked
Cheese Curds, lots and lots of CHEESE CURDS!!!
Don't ask me how I feel today. Toilet Claw

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 05, 2007 1:17 pm    Post subject: Re: Happy 4th of July Reply with quote

cheese curds? hmmmm....well back to the steaks then...the best steak is the one on the plate in front of me.

Cree/halfbreed/Inuit (not sure who to give the credit to, lol) BBQ recipe: Caribou steaks
OK, now this is what I talked about in that other post ..there's this kind of black moss, it's really thin and dries up easily but there's two kinds like thatand you have to get the right one... the other one is more medicinal, you grind it up into powder and sprinkle lightly it on the meat with a little bit of wild mint.

birch fire, burned down to hot embers and throw some pine cones on just before you put the meat on

squash up a bunch of raspberries and a few cranberries for tanginess and spread it on the steaks

it's good if you add a bit of bacon fat, just a bit though, and if you don't have any, don't cook it quite as long

commence to grilling, medium rare is best.

While one person is doing that, another should be able to dig up some wild onions and wild carrots and brew some Indian tea with wild mint also.

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 06, 2007 9:27 am    Post subject: Re: Happy 4th of July Reply with quote

Dont forget the bannock and your campfire coffee.
You're cooking next time babe over the fire.
sounds a whole lot better than those butterflied antelope steaks I made for you.

any good bush recipes for your pickerrel or other fish?

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