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  Topic: Homemade breakfast syrup?
rednecksteverino

Replies: 11
Views: 1937

PostForum: Around the Campfire   Posted: Thursday 8-4-2016 8:18 am   Subject: Homemade syrup
My mom used a cup of white, a cup of brown and a cup of water. Bring to a boil and boil one minute. Add maple favoring if you so desire. Mom never did. Mom never bought the bottled stuff. We was poo ...
  Topic: Time to splurge...
rednecksteverino

Replies: 6
Views: 1258

PostForum: Dutch Oven Cooking   Posted: Thursday 5-3-2012 1:15 pm   Subject: Time to splurge...
If you research Lodge Dutch ovens you will note that several come in 10 1/4 and 12 in diameters. Lodge also sells separately "camp oven" lids #10 and #12 that should fit those DO's. The c ...
  Topic: pray for my wife
rednecksteverino

Replies: 80
Views: 13398

PostForum: Around the Campfire   Posted: Sunday 4-22-2012 7:13 pm   Subject: pray for my wife
LostJohn,
I have just read through three pages of this story and have been inspired by how God works. I pray He continues to work His will in your lives. He is our life. He is our strength, ...
  Topic: What type smoker do you use, and why?
rednecksteverino

Replies: 38
Views: 11599

PostForum: BBQ & Grilling   Posted: Thursday 6-2-2011 5:38 am   Subject: Not an employee, not on the sales team
I would politely suggest that anyone of you who are serious about smoking or grilling and suspect that includes all of you on this thread might want to check out

www.eggheadforum.com

There is a ...
  Topic: What type smoker do you use, and why?
rednecksteverino

Replies: 38
Views: 11599

PostForum: BBQ & Grilling   Posted: Thursday 6-2-2011 12:17 am   Subject: What type smoker do you use, and why?
Cliff,
Stranger things have happened. The egg you see in the picture was given to me! Having cooked on it I know its value and if it were to go away for any reason I would scrape the money toget ...
  Topic: What type smoker do you use, and why?
rednecksteverino

Replies: 38
Views: 11599

PostForum: BBQ & Grilling   Posted: Wednesday 6-1-2011 4:07 pm   Subject: What type smoker do you use, and why?
BIG GREEN EGG. When talking BBQ and grilling I am no longer confused. I know which is which.

Whether grilling or BBQ you can't beat the egg for temperature and moisture retention. Cooked in cera ...
  Topic: Memorial Weekend
rednecksteverino

Replies: 6
Views: 1242

PostForum: Around the Campfire   Posted: Tuesday 5-31-2011 4:28 pm   Subject: Memorial Weekend
Weather 'round here has been anything but predictable unless you were counting on it being wet, then you probably wouldn't be disappointed. For years the fam has been threatening to build a fire pit ...
  Topic: Biscuit cutter
rednecksteverino

Replies: 23
Views: 8578

PostForum: Cooking tips, tricks and techniques   Posted: Sunday 4-10-2011 8:39 am   Subject: Second time through
This is at least my second time through this thread.

On Baking bread. News Flash it is easy and cheap. If you buy ingredients(flour, salt, yeast, water) for bread in bulk you can easily bake a loa ...
  Topic: Pressure Cooker & Quick Cooking
rednecksteverino

Replies: 12
Views: 3798

PostForum: Around the Campfire   Posted: Sunday 4-10-2011 7:50 am   Subject: Pressure Cooker & Quick Cooking

Things to avoid? Presto. And I hate to say it, but anything American made. Reason being, the American made brands don't have a history of pressure cooking or the culture to back it up.

I agr ...
  Topic: Its Friday, Its Sunny, Its Time For BBQ Chicken on the Egg
rednecksteverino

Replies: 3
Views: 1123

PostForum: BBQ & Grilling   Posted: Friday 4-8-2011 12:24 pm   Subject: Its Friday, Its Sunny, Its Time For BBQ Chicken on the Egg
I didn't take a lot of pictures and no "Egg" shots but the fact is I just decided I needed to shake it out a little. So, lit the egg, I crafted a rub, cut up the chicken and throw'd it on t ...
  Topic: Been Bakin' a bit...
rednecksteverino

Replies: 4
Views: 1198

PostForum: Around the Campfire   Posted: Friday 4-8-2011 5:17 am   Subject: Been Bakin' a bit...
David, you pose an interesting question with many answers. The loaves you see are offered to my family of five and are consumed before they have any chance to go stale. How many one loaf could conce ...
  Topic: Been Bakin' a bit...
rednecksteverino

Replies: 4
Views: 1198

PostForum: Around the Campfire   Posted: Thursday 4-7-2011 7:08 pm   Subject: Been Bakin' a bit...
I got coaxed out into the open by J2, bless her heart. I admit to closet bakin' a few loaves and thought I'd post pictures for your benefit. I have been playing around with "Artisan Bread in 5 ...
  Topic: Pressure Canners
rednecksteverino

Replies: 5
Views: 3804

PostForum: Home Life   Posted: Wednesday 4-6-2011 7:01 am   Subject: Canning outside--Done it, would do it again, knowing...
Camp Chef two burners are an ideal heat source for canning if it is a windless day or you are sheltered. Canning requires steady heat. Getting to pressure isn't the problem holding pressure at low h ...
  Topic: Anyone use an All American Pressure Canner?
rednecksteverino

Replies: 11
Views: 4779

PostForum: Home Life   Posted: Thursday 2-24-2011 7:04 am   Subject: Anyone use an All American Pressure Canner?
PigIceCream,
I own about a dozen pressure cookers of various sizes, makes and models. Mind you I am no expert, but I agree with all that has been passed to you as advice. I underscore the idea ...
  Topic: "Where ya been?" asked J2
rednecksteverino

Replies: 4
Views: 1793

PostForum: Behind the Woodshed   Posted: Friday 2-11-2011 9:00 pm   Subject: "Where ya been?" asked J2
Hey J2 and all,
Thanks for inquiring. I have had to adjust my priorities since this winter has taken my business to new lows. (How many recipes does one need for rice and beans?) I am working ov ...
 
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