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post #81 of 90
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I'm guessing most of us here have that one opened, half used box of Hi-Mountain or similar kit in our pantry, sitting between that can of Spam and 55oz can of creamed corn you found on sale in 2003...

 

That's funny you should say that. When I got that "Hi Mountain" kit about 5 years ago, I ordered 2 of them to save money on shipping (per kit).

I only used the one, and at the time our Kitty "Smokey" was jumping up on top of my Gun Cabinet pretty regular. Then he'd go back to the back  corner, so I couldn't reach him, to get him down. I then set things around the edge of the gun cabinet to block him, and the small UPS box with the other kit in it is still up there, blocking the left side. Mrs Bear asked if it would be any good yet after all this time. I said I doubt it, because I didn't like it when it was fresh.:biggrin:

 

 

Bear

post #82 of 90

Can I ask about the placing them in ice water after they are done cooking. What is the point of that and what does it do?

post #83 of 90
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Can I ask about the placing them in ice water after they are done cooking. What is the point of that and what does it do?


LOL------I do that mainly to cool it down fast, so I can put it in the fridge. Plus if there's any oil or fat on the outside it will rinse off. Then I pat it dry & fridge it.

 

I can't leave food like that lay out long enough to cool down, or our Kitty "Smokey" will get after it. There aren't many places he can't get to.

 

 

Bear

post #84 of 90
Ma used to do a recipe like this I had forgotten about it . ., thanks Bear !biggrin.gif
post #85 of 90
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You're Welcome Stan!!

 

And Thanks for stopping by!!

 

 

Bear

post #86 of 90

Thanks for the info. I am going to give this a shoot with an old recipe of my Dad's this weekend. 

post #87 of 90
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Thanks for the info. I am going to give this a shoot with an old recipe of my Dad's this weekend. 

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Bear

post #88 of 90

Thought I'd share my latest load of Bear logs here again.

I rolled these ones a bit larger than the last and sliced one log into snacker sticks.

 

I'm in Bear-a-dise..:sausage:

 

 

 

 

 

post #89 of 90
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Looks Real Nice Duke!!!Thumbs Up

 

Mighty Tasty!!:drool

 

Looking at those "Sticks", I think you might like my "Bear Loaves" better than the logs.

 

Did you do a Thread of your own with this???

 

 

Bear

post #90 of 90
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Originally Posted by Bearcarver View Post
 

Looks Real Nice Duke!!!Thumbs Up

 

Mighty Tasty!!:drool

 

Looking at those "Sticks", I think you might like my "Bear Loaves" better than the logs.

 

Did you do a Thread of your own with this???

 

 

Bear

 

 

Thanks Bear

 

I've been meaning to try the loaves, but keep forgetting to find a good size tray. Quite frankly, I kind of like the "summer sausage" look to the logs too :biggrin:.

 

Didn't create my own thread with this, just a quick drive-by share here

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