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 Posted: Thu Sep 23rd, 2010 10:27 pm
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Italian cheese on the upswing.....

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 Posted: Fri Sep 24th, 2010 03:48 pm
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Parmesan cheese makes everything better. I have never tasted the other one. Have you?
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I had the job at duck camp to roast 4 plucked Mallards.  I met the challenge although I have never roasted a single duck before. I started with dipping the birds in boiling water to treat the skin so to crisp... I set the oven to 350 to warm up. Next was to prep one box of stove top stuffing and I put  1/2 cup of wild rice into it since that is the wild thing to do. Now I remember hearing of using apples in the stuffing but I skipped that although the next time I will try it. I put a few pats of real butter in the stuffing and stuffed the birds. Next I melted some butter to brush the bird skin when placing into the old covered roaster. I put about a 1 1/2 cups of water in the bottom of the roaster and added 1/2 cup of brown rice and wild rice with a little butter. I covered the roaster and put it in with out opening for the next 2 hours. When I took a look they looked great. Dinner was delayed for awhile so I decided to try browning the birds a little more by removing the cover and lowering the heat to 300. I kept checking and wow those 4 ducks and rice looked like they belonged on the cover of the next DU magazine. Well the number of guests grew, so we quickly thawed two packs of Walleye dusted and fried. It was a special dinner to remember so the cameras started snapping. I was happy everyone enjoyed the dinner and had plenty to eat. When dinner was over every one teamed up to clean up the mess and I was grateful. We sat back and had a couple drinks then got ready for the next hunt.

Note: I have a picture of the table but I am unable to figure out how to get it on this page.



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 Posted: Fri Nov 5th, 2010 10:59 am
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Note: I have a picture of the table but I am unable to figure out how to get it on this page.
Best to start a new thread for a new recipe.






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Click on new topic and then don't forget to put in a name for your new topic. When done typing in the recipe you can add a picture by using the attachment part at the bottom of your message page. Photos or pictures have to be smaller than 800X600 in size.


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 Posted: Fri Nov 5th, 2010 12:45 pm
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I find the photo program is not friendly with mine.

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longshot25 wrote: I find the photo program is not friendly with mine.
Which photo program??




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