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    dammit, moose! you're gonna have every dang bear in 20 miles circling your camp, and probably have human visitors as well, lol. there just aint no place so remote that you can hide food like that ...
    smoking more pot is NOT the answer to my problems. my problem is that i need more problems that smoking more pot IS the answer to...

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      yum yum. I usually avoid pork meat but I´d love some!

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        Originally posted by armedoldhippy View Post
        dammit, moose! you're gonna have every dang bear in 20 miles circling your camp, and probably have human visitors as well, lol. there just aint no place so remote that you can hide food like that ...
        They received rave reviews. The rub has coarse sea salt, brown sugar (a sin in my diet), heavy black pepper, moderate white pepper, chili powder, a touch of cumin, cayenne pepper, turmeric, cinnamon, sage, fresh-ground nutmeg, lots of coarse thyme, yellow mustard powder, lotsa smoked paprika, a bit of coriander, and I forget what else.

        Trying to stick to a vegan diet, so I rarely do them, but it was a treat for my friend out in the mountains.

        We ate them over 3 days or so.

        At one point I caught a tiny vole in the shed we use as a refrigerator this time of year, running away from a left-over rib in a tin foil wrap. I hesitated to squish the little bugger for the crime of having good taste, despite his trespasses.

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          Originally posted by moose eater View Post

          They received rave reviews. The rub has coarse sea salt, brown sugar (a sin in my diet), heavy black pepper, moderate white pepper, chili powder, a touch of cumin, cayenne pepper, turmeric, cinnamon, sage, fresh-ground nutmeg, lots of coarse thyme, yellow mustard powder, lotsa smoked paprika, a bit of coriander, and I forget what else.

          Trying to stick to a vegan diet, so I rarely do them, but it was a treat for my friend out in the mountains.

          We ate them over 3 days or so.

          At one point I caught a tiny vole in the shed we use as a refrigerator this time of year, running away from a left-over rib in a tin foil wrap. I hesitated to squish the little bugger for the crime of having good taste, despite his trespasses.
          coriander ?!?! Now I´m glad I couldn´t have any, lol.
          Btw it´s good to hear that you´re feeling better and that you´re out and about again, doing more enjoyable stuff

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            Originally posted by Cuddles View Post

            coriander ?!?! Now I´m glad I couldn´t have any, lol.
            Btw it´s good to hear that you´re feeling better and that you´re out and about again, doing more enjoyable stuff
            Thanks.

            Yep, coriander is a fairly common ingredient in sausage and meat prep, much to my surprise a few year ago. More subtle in flavor in many recipes.

            Walking with a mere rifle, sidearm and limited gear was more tiring than expected, but the months of inactivity last year added up. That said, by day-2, I was feeling less physical stress from climbing into tree stands, or hiking the limited trails back into the off-the-beaten-path locations.

            Now I've got a bit of a boost in energy in general, so we're aiming to do a fuel oil run today, as well as maybe 'sistering' up some posts in the barn loft to try and hang 4 headers (2 front and 2 behind the 16' upright posts) to support the splicing location of the headers for the rafters on the addition I built the post & beam framework for a bunch of years ago. Maybe even run some rafters in the near future, seeing as how lumber prices are finally down from the insanity they were charging for lumber a few months ago.

            Looking up classic Irish recipes this morning, to continue familiarizing myself & my family with the cuisine of the primary lineage in my roots. Found some pork pies that look pretty good (though not vegan), and some lamb stew, as well. And a rutabaga pie that looks similar to our pasties in construction, but in a 9" round pie configuration, rather than the hand-held moose/beef/venison pasties that go back to the fare of the average Cornish copper miners in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan 100 years ago.

            Onward to the posts and headers and the fuel oil trailer. I figure if I'm 'headed out', I may as well not leave too many tasks for those who inherit this place. There'll be plenty of maintenance to go around as it is; windows, flooring, interior paint.. All the stuff that makes owning a home so much 'fun'. ;^>).

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              Colcannon potatoes; an Irish dish we dug up this morning. Boiled spuds, then separately cooked 3 chopped cups of (purple) cabbage in 6 TBSP of butter, then when the cabbage was cooked, added 1 cup of our fresh garden chives, and cooked it in the butter with the cabbage for another minute, then added a cup of cream and added the boiled spuds, mashing it al together, then added a bit of salt.|
              I suspect that if anyone can make potatoes into a DELICACY, it'd be the Irish, eh?

              Not vegan, though at least vegetarian, so not too far from the anti-cancer-diet's path.

              Another recipe for the same dish had sprinkled crispy, crumbled bacon on top, but I'm trying to at least avoid class one carcinogens.

              Tomorrow maybe we'll pursue the rutabaga pie recipe, or perhaps the pork mini-pies.

              Edit: a friend's wife stopped by this afternoon, and turned us on to a a quart of wild Alaska blueberries in exchange for several sampler bags of of various types of our potatoes and some of our Scarlet Nantes carrots, so there's some keto blueberry muffins coming out of the oven as I type. "Life's tough in the North Country.. lemme' tell ya'." ;^>)

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                Originally posted by whiterabbit9 View Post
                nothing

                I brushed my teeth after eating half a beef shawarma and
                some peach os





                and gonna go get myself a bottle of water to have next to my bed



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                for supper I had

                rice, slices of pork, carrots, celery and salad
                wasn't bad
                Looks yummy! Don't forget to brush!

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                  Originally posted by armedoldhippy View Post
                  dammit, moose! you're gonna have every dang bear in 20 miles circling your camp, and probably have human visitors as well, lol. there just aint no place so remote that you can hide food like that ...

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