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Old 05-11-2004, 06:47 PM   #41
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foodfoodfoodfood mmmmmm

We had grilled burgers this weekend, sister mixed in some onion soup mix into the meat, along with a few splashes of Worstishire, toasted the buns, some in a skillet and some right on the grill (time constraints) Simple but fed our crowd LOL. When we all get together, there are 21 of us. (large family!)
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mmmmm yea the onion soup thing is good! i've done that before.
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Shrimp are smaller and bottom feeders.
Prawns are similar crustaesions and found in abundance here on the Pacific Westcoast. They are larger and feed mainly on plankton. Much better meat IMO.
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Shrimp are smaller and bottom feeders.
Prawns are similar crustaesions and found in abundance here on the Pacific Westcoast. They are larger and feed mainly on plankton. Much better meat IMO.
They're usually sold in bags of 16 or 20 per pound. the really big ones are like 3 or 4 per pound Thats hotdog size

I had moose steaks and mushrooms last night......hickory chips on the burner and bulls eye hot southern cajun bque sauce. Made an extra one for work today too
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Moose steaks?
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Ya you know Moose, they live in the back yard. Like beef only a bit gamey

PMom took this pic last fall.
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ahhh MOOSE! didnt activate brain to take it literally LOL.

Can you handle the gamey taste? how do you tone it down a bit? My wife used to mix a little ground beef with deer meat to soften it a bit LOL
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Glenn, dear meat is very gamey to me. Moose is much more subtle, very lean and good for you
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Juicy Juicy marinated steaks!! All I do is use some Terryaki, BBQ sauce, bit of vinager, some mustard, some worstesher sauce, and ketchup all mixed together, let the steaks marinate overnight in the frige, and then cook for supper and be prepared to drool all over your self when you smell it cooking!

We made spaghetti once on the bbq, the power went out just as we started it, so we tossed an old pot on the bbq, coverd it and let her cook, actually turned out not to bad considering it was freakin spaghetti!
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http://www.headcountry.com/

for some recipes and the best BBQ sauce made, surprised its not sold nationwide!
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