Mine is really producing this year. I just cook mine with a half a stick of butter, when done I drain and add the other half half stick and let it melt overit. It seems my Grandmother melted cheese over it. Mine is about 10 years old and I would like to split it and add to my row but not sure when or how. Thanks for any help on getting that job done.....mike
Getting to that time of year for sucker spearing and shooting.
1 fish (a red horse sucker in this case)
2 tsp oregano
1/2 tsp kosher salt
1/2 tsp pepper
1 tbsp lemon juice
Grape leaves, sufficient to wrap completely around your fish.
Gut and scale the fish, remove the...
While deployed I lived off beef jerky, so much so that now I'm completely addicted to the stuff. I married a Chef and we toy around with jerky recipe's, and I'm currently working on a mongolian beef reicpe, but this is my go to that always turns out great:
IRQVET's Ultimate Black Pepper Beef...
have read more comments about people saying bear meat is some of the worst wild game they have eaten. Most of them were well after my spring bear Hunt in 1982 in northern Ont. Canada.
I guess it was because I took care of the bear just like I would a deer. clean field dressing practice and...
Here is my 93 year old cousin's recipe. Miss Joanne made it a few days ago and it is pretty tasty.
2 pounds turnips, peeled and chopped
1/4 cup margarine divided
1 small onion, finely chopped
1/2 cup milk
11/2 cup grated white cheddar cheese (sharp cheddar...
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