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simple but tasty

post #1 of 11
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I put my 8" skillet topped with the lid from my 8" camp oven with just enough olive oil to coat the bottom and put it into my oven at 350 while I sliced up some taters. I dumped the taters in the skillet and let them cook for a while and eventually upped the temp to 375 and added some Hickory Grill seasoning. Once the taters were well on the way to being done I sliced up some beef smoked sausage and added them to the skillet and let it cook for a while. Then I poured off some of the olive oil and turned on the broiler to brown up the taters some and finish off the sausage. It's simple, but it sure is tasty.
post #2 of 11
That sounds good!!!! wheres the picswink.gif
post #3 of 11
where's the pics......the q-view.........around here.....no pics.......didn't happen............tho it sounded like it would of LOOKED good..........heheh
post #4 of 11
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My wife moved my cameras when she put up the Christmas decorations, and I couldn't find them.
post #5 of 11
crap........well next time then...........i know ALL about wife putting stuff up where she can 'FIND' it later......uh huh..............around here, its then lost for eternity.......LOLOL


have a good and safe christmas dude
post #6 of 11
The simple foods are usually the best in my mind! Thanks for sharing!!!
post #7 of 11
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I made it again in tonight in the 10" skillet. I forgot to add the salt and pepper, but it is good nonetheless.
post #8 of 11
Thats what we make when we go hunting. But we add onion too, and sometimes fried bacon cut up real small. Yum!! We add grill seasoning too.
post #9 of 11
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I think bacon would go well with it. I'm not a fan of onions, but for those that are, onions and peppers would probably be good additions.
post #10 of 11
looks good!! i like my taters....
post #11 of 11
Dang Smokey that looks really good, I may just try that for breakfast today.
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