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Category Archive for 'Cooking.'

Hungry Bear

Never send a hungry bear to the grocery store with a debit card, 7 re-usable grocery bags (they hold 50# each, I swear) and a Dodge Durango for hauling the cache´.

Generally, I’m the guy who’s laughing on the inside, but when the cheery cashier exclaimed $227.21 I actually LAUGHED OUT LOUD! LOL!

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What’s my name?

So I’ve been blogging again for 4 days and already I am at a loss for things to talk about. So I decided that today’s post would be a photo of dinner…Pork tenderloin with glazed carrots and white onions.
Now don’t get me wrong… there is PLENTY that I could talk about, just not too […]

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Crepes With Fresh Berries.

Special Breakfast for your Special Someone1-1/4 cups milk1 cup all-purpose flour1 egg1 tsp oil1/4 tsp baking powder1 tsp sugar1 tsp vanilla2 cups mixed fresh berries (sliced strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries) warmed for 1-2 minutes in the microwave.
Combine all ingredients (except fruit) in a blender and blend until smooth.Heat a lightly greased (I like butter) […]

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Oklahoma Stockyard Beans.

1 lb ground chuck1 large onion chopped3 large cloves garlic (chopped)2 chili peppers finely chopped
3/4 lb bacon cut in 1″ chunks cooked til transparent
1 can Campbell’s Pork & Beans1 can Grandma Brown’s Baked Beans1 can light red kidney beans (rinsed and drained)1 can nothern beans (rinsed and drained)1 can butter beans (rinsed and drained)1 […]

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Refreshing Fruit Dip.

16 oz softened cream cheese16 oz fluff
Whip and serve. Has a wonderful cheesecake taste.Also makes a great no-bake pie filling w a graham cracker crust

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Grilled Pineapple – A Summer Treat!

Earl’s Grilled Pineapple

2/3 cup brown sugar2/3 cup Gin1 tsp vanilla1/2 tsp Chinese 5 spice
combine ingredients in small bowlbrush over quartered fresh pineappleallow glaze to soak in for 10 minutesplace pineapple quarters on hot grill (fruit side down)grill for 15-20 minutes, turning 90 degrees once.Allow to cool 5 minutes before serving
Serve as an appetizer, or as […]

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