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Old 01-16-2020, 06:50 PM   #31
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Bacon for the apocalypse! That really is amazing, Jeanie! I'd love to try that, but no 5 year shelf life necessary - I think it'd be on the shelf for about 5 minutes, if it ever got on the shelf in the first place.
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Old 01-16-2020, 06:58 PM   #32
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Jeanie, you never cease to amaze with your cooking ideas.
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Who would of thought to can bacon, why Cowgirl did. Thanks for sharing Jeanie.
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IMPRESSIVE!!! I asked my Aunt if she remembered canning sausage.She is 95.She said she did but did not remember the exact way they did it.She does remember that they topped off the cans(jars) with melted lard. The Older folks in the community says my Grandmother ( Aunt's mom) used to make the best canned sausage and homemade head cheese in the county.I wish I had those recipes/ methods at my disposal.
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Never would have thought of doing this, but it is a really cool idea. The only canning I remember from my mom was when she threw a can of pears at me. Hit me right in the forehead and I remember the pear juice and a little blood dripping into my mouth. She had told me to simmer down and I didn't listen. Marvelous woman.
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Never would have thought of doing this, but it is a really cool idea. The only canning I remember from my mom was when she threw a can of pears at me. Hit me right in the forehead and I remember the pear juice and a little blood dripping into my mouth. She had told me to simmer down and I didn't listen. Marvelous woman.
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Old 01-17-2020, 12:59 PM   #37
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I finally get to use the pressure cooker that I bought my wife three years ago for Christmas. I may go bankrupt buying bacon.
lol That's great Rick! Hope it works out well for ya!

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Bacon for the apocalypse! That really is amazing, Jeanie! I'd love to try that, but no 5 year shelf life necessary - I think it'd be on the shelf for about 5 minutes, if it ever got on the shelf in the first place.
lol Thanks Greg! I'll be set, if zombies take over the world!
I hear ya, it's hard to leave this stuff alone. I could eat bacon every day!
Hope all is well with you, Family and the hens!

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Old 01-17-2020, 01:19 PM   #38
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Who would of thought to can bacon, why Cowgirl did. Thanks for sharing Jeanie.
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IMPRESSIVE!!! I asked my Aunt if she remembered canning sausage.She is 95.She said she did but did not remember the exact way they did it.She does remember that they topped off the cans(jars) with melted lard. The Older folks in the community says my Grandmother ( Aunt's mom) used to make the best canned sausage and homemade head cheese in the county.I wish I had those recipes/ methods at my disposal.
That's fantastic Hoss!! I bet your Grandmother, mom and Aunt made some amazing food!! I'd love to sit down with your Aunt and visit about canning and the old ways. I bet she is very interesting!

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Bacon in a jar!!! That was my birthday wish last year. Excuse me while I go and dry my tears.
You have an amazing talent and I am glad you are here to share it!! Thank you, thank you, thank you!
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Bacon in a jar!!! That was my birthday wish last year. Excuse me while I go and dry my tears.
You have an amazing talent and I am glad you are here to share it!! Thank you, thank you, thank you!
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One year for elk camp we had decided to share the cooking duties, one guy brought along the canned bacon in the metal cans with the little key to remove the lid. Your's looks about 1,000 times more appetizing.
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One year for elk camp we had decided to share the cooking duties, one guy brought along the canned bacon in the metal cans with the little key to remove the lid. Your's looks about 1,000 times more appetizing.
I bet that was interesting.
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Jen I have canned since I was a lad.... never would have thought about bacon.... if the crap hits the fan and our electrical grids are taken out..... can I come visit I do not mind sleeping in the cellar
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Jen I have canned since I was a lad.... never would have thought about bacon.... if the crap hits the fan and our electrical grids are taken out..... can I come visit I do not mind sleeping in the cellar
First... Happy Birthday Paul! Hope you are enjoying the day!!
You're welcome here anytime. lol
I know you put out some amazing food, I bet your canned goods are delicious too! We'll be eatin' high on the hog if the world goes to heck.

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Next level, J! Baconny goodness on demand. Love where your head’s at! Thanks for the easy directions, too!
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