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Old 01-07-2014, 10:30 AM   #31
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wow...busy day, and nice lookin' grub to show for it!
Thank you Matt! :)

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Like you said, Maybe not the healthiest, BUT, that sure is the tastiest post I've seen
in a long time.

You and Tonybel, I tell ya, You both make some beautiful posts.
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Wow, I really like the potato idea! I just received an awesome set of cast iron and that looks like a great way to break one in. Do you mind sharing how you made them?
Thank you Mrtodd! I usually do not measure when making the tatoes but I layer sliced potatoes, minced green onions, cooked crumbled bacon and cheese in a skillet. Then I make a white sauce. Melt about 3 TBs butter, cook more minced onions in the butter, add 2 cloves of minced garlic, cook til tender.
Add 3 TBs flour, cook a minute, then add about 2 cups of milk. The mixture shouldn't be too thick. I season with salt and pepper, then pour over the potatoes, add more milk to bring the sauce halfway up the potatoes. Add more cheese and cook in the oven or smoker until hot and bubbly and the tatoes are tender.
Hope that makes sense.... please let me know if I didn't explain it well. Good luck and thanks again!

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It's heallth food for the soul!

Really amazing work Jeanie, and I like that bacon jalapeno rub too - great stuff!

A most outstanding post Jeanie!
Greg thanks! I like that thought.... food for the soul.

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Old 01-07-2014, 10:34 AM   #32
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Nice work! I've not made cracklings or lard for a while. The last batch I used the skin from some homemade bacon, now that was special

Anyone know how long vac packed crackling will keep?
Thanks Dave! I would think it would keep vac packed in the freezer for at least 6 months. I know pork fat goes rancid faster than beef or chicken. Let me know how it goes, I'd like to know!
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Old 01-07-2014, 11:11 AM   #33
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They say there's a great feast in heaven. I cannot imagine even the best of the saints eat better than you, Jeanie. Great post. Thanks.
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They say there's a great feast in heaven. I cannot imagine even the best of the saints eat better than you, Jeanie. Great post. Thanks.
Dan that's very kind of you to say....Thank you! :)
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Old 01-07-2014, 03:39 PM   #35
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Wow, lot of work and one heck of a cook! Well done
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Absolutely fantastic I am speechless Everything looks fantastic
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Looks great just like everything else you post. Thanks for sharing
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Nice work! I've not made cracklings or lard for a while. The last batch I used the skin from some homemade bacon, now that was special

Anyone know how long vac packed crackling will keep?
About 5 seconds - It takes me that long to get my knife out and open it up!
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Very cool post. And the food looks amazing.
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About 5 seconds - It takes me that long to get my knife out and open it up!
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That all looks great, especially the cracklings
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Mighty Fine!
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I love cracklins and lard, my wife not so much.


Please send me some.
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