Putting the cast iron to work

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Jeff Hoover

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Round II of our snow storm is in full bloom ! 25-30 mph winds, snowing, blowing, and drifting. It's a good day to put the cast iron skillets to work. Home fried potatoes, country bacon, fried eggs, over medium, fried in bacon greese.

I would rather operate a spatula, and fork, than a snow shovel. That will come later !




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sixshot

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Jeff, one of us has got to quit posting this stuff, I'm trying to lose some weight! Your grub looks better than mine so you quit first! :cry:

Dick
 

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I need a cast iron skillet. I foolishly threw away some old ones when I was young and dumb. I have my eye out for a good old Wagner just to cook bacon in. If I am going to die I want to die eating well...
 

callshot

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Never known you to slack off on the eating department. I would have helped you eat it if I could have gotten through the snow drifts in your yard. Looking Good Jeff. :D Steve
 

Jeff Hoover

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lumbering.buffalo, now that's a moniker I could go by ! Do not worry about my arteries, they are not hardening, yet, tho' I do creak, when I stand up :lol: . All that bacon greese helps the blood slide thru' the 'ole blood passages, lickity split. Plus, when you cut yourself, you don't bleed ! It's self plugging :lol: .

Dick and Terry, those home fries were made with SMALL Idaho spuds, the eggs from tiny Guinea hens, and the bacon was sliced thin ! All low calorie, washed down by a large glass of water, 'callshots' secrete to a waspish waist !

Plus, when you cook in cast iron, the "fat" passes right thru' you ! Add a huckleberry shake to the mix, and you're in good shape !

Ethang, shame on you, but you wised up to the error of your ways, and realiized the magnaminuos (where have we heard this word ?) mistake you made :lol: . You are forgiven :lol:

To everyone, I wish I could cook and share a bunch of food with you all, and we could eat in fellowship, laugh, and get to know each other better. Until I can think of a better way, I'll just have to take pictures, and post them here. Stoots, Ethang, wixedmords, tookalisten, and callshot, you guys get extra helpings.

Plus, I don't actually eat this stuff, I just cook it ,and take pictures of it, for YOUR benefit :lol:
 

Stoots

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Jeff Hoover":gql446hz said:
Stoots, Ethang, wixedmords, tookalisten, and callshot, you guys get extra helpings.

Oh yeah!


Up next on my short 'to buy' list is some enameled cast iron.

Stuff's kinda pricey!

:wink:
 

psyclone66

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I just realized how depressing my breakfast of unsweetened gruel of whole rolled oats really was. :(
 

45acp230

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Contender,mt: Y'all are right!!! That's a good start,but the biscuits and gravy would be the finishing touch!! Got to have fuel in the tank if you expect to hunt 'til lunch!! Hank.
 

Jeff Hoover

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Fermin, I've been thinking about those steaks, since I first saw them, on another site. What do you fry those babies in, some kind of oil, butter, what ? I'm sure there's some great seasoning in there, as well ! Never seen a cast iron skillet on the grill, but you can bet I'm gonna try it this Spring ! (If you reveal your recipe) :D
 

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