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  1. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by sscjoe View Post
    The Three Wiseman:

    *1/2oz Johnnie Walker Scotch
    *1/2oz Jack Daniel’s Whiskey
    *1/2oz Jim Bean Bourbon

    1-Pour all 3 whiskeys into a shaker full of ice
    2-Shake VERY well
    3-Strain into shot glass
    4-Throw it back & enjoy!

    The 4 Horseman:
    *1/2oz Johnnie Walker Scotch
    *1/2oz Jack Daniel’s Whiskey
    *1/2oz Jim Bean Bourbon
    *1/2oz Jose Cuervo

    1-Pour all 4 shots into a shaker full of ice
    2-Shake VERY well
    3-Strain into shot glass
    4-Throw it back & enjoy!


    Vanessa, YOUR LIVER MUST LOVE YOU. BE CAREFUL WITH THAT STUFF IT WILL PUT HAIR ON YOUR CHEST
    LOL, LCpl...what can I say...I like the hard liqueur…the only thing beer is good for is for cooking in!


  2. #17
    This is my personal favorite: Beer Battered Onion Rings

    2 cups all-purpose flour
    2 teaspoons salt
    1/2 teaspoon pepper
    2 tablespoons vegetable oil
    2 eggs
    1 12-ounce beer (1 1/2 cups) ->use Hieniken
    3-4 large onions (2 1/2 to 3 pounds)
    Oil for deep frying
    Salt to taste

    Mix the flour, salt, pepper, oil and eggs together in a medium-large size bowl. Pour in the beer and whisk until thoroughly combined and lump-free.

    Slice the onions about 3/8" thick and separate the rings.

    Dip the rings in the batter, shaking off any excess, and fry in batches in hot oil (375°) until golden brown, about 2-3 minutes. Turn and continue frying for another 1-2 minutes, until both sides are golden brown.

    Remove and drain on paper towels. Salt, if desired.



  3. #18
    Beer Barbecue Sauce
    1 cup Prepared barbecue sauce
    1 cup Ketchup
    2/3 cup Beer
    1/4 cup Honey or Molasses
    2 tablespoons Lemon juice
    2 tablespoons Red wine vinegar
    2 tablespoons Dijon mustard
    1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
    1 teaspoon Hot pepper sauce
    1/2 teaspoon Pepper
    2 Garlic cloves, minced
    2 Onions, finely chopped
    In large bowl, combine barbecue sauce, ketchup, beer, honey, lemon juice,
    vinegar, mustard, Worcestershire sauce, hot pepper sauce, pepper, garlic
    and onions. Place food in marinade and let stand at room tepmerature for
    up to 2 hours or in refrigerator overnight. When ready to cook, remove food
    and place marinade in saucepan and cook for 10 minutes or until thickened.
    Use as sauce for basting or serving with cooked food.
    Use Apple Wood Chips for a Better BBQ!
    http://www.e−cookbooks.net/bbq/


  4. #19
    Watermelon Barbecue Sauce
    1 − 6 Pound Seedless Watermelon chunk
    8 Ounces Tomato Paste
    1 Tablespoon Onion Powder
    1 Tablespoon Garlic Powder
    2 Cups Firmly packed brown sugar
    1/2 Cup Sherry
    2 Teaspoons Lemon juice
    1 Teaspoon Liquid smoke
    Cut the melon into pieces and place in a saucepan. Cook it uncovered over
    medium heat until the melon is the consistency of applesauce (approximately
    2−3 hours). Stir it occasionally. Add remaining ingredients. Simmer
    uncovered over low heat for 2 hours. Allow to cool to room temperature
    before using.
    Use Apple Wood Chips for a Better BBQ!


  5. #20
    Dear Lord.. I don't think I'm gonna be able to live up to my committment to Al!! HAHA


  6. #21
    Orange Nut Bread:
    4-1/2 C all purpose flour
    3-1/4 C. sugar
    4 tsp baking powder
    1-1/2 tsp salt
    1 C. milk
    1 C. orange juice
    1 tsp baking soda
    1-2 tbsp grated orange peel
    2 eggs

    In a large bowl combine flour, sugar, baking powder, salt & baking soda. Stir in nuts and orange peel. In a small bowl, beat eggs, milk, orange juice, and butter. Stir into dry ingredients until moistened. Pour into 8x4x2 loaf pans. Bake @ 350 degrees for 50-60 mins. Cool 10 mins before removing to a wire rack.

    Makes two loaves


  7. #22
    Here let me save a little time you said that you would add one for one this makes about thirty you owe now
    be careful what you wish for

    http://www.e-cookbooks.net/library/lowcarb.pdf


  8. #23
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    Brooklyn Style Brisket (NOT a corned beef brisket)

    1 - full brisket - do not trim
    1 - 2 liter bottle of Pepsi (do not use Coke - it ruins the recipe)
    2 - packets of Knorr onion soup mix (do not use Lipton - it is almost all salt)
    3 - tablespoons of coarse garlic powder

    Preheat oven to 325 degrees.

    In a large roasting pan, put the brisket and rub all over with the garlic powder. Then rub the onion soup mix over that. Make sure it is well covered with the two seasonings.

    Pour the Pepsi into the pan until it is about halfway up the side of the brisket. DO NOT pour it under the meat.

    If your roasting pan has a tight lid (mine is my grandmother's old "blue enamel" pan which does have a lid), put it on the pan.

    If it does not, wrap aluminum foil over the pan - tight but not totaly sealed.

    Put into the oven - check about every 45 minutes or so, add the Pepsi that has evaporated - always keep it up about half-way.

    This will slow roast for a minimum of 4 hours - bigger pieces of meat take longer.

    When it falls apart when you test it with a dinner fork - it is done.

    Mix about 1 tablespoon of corn starch with about 1/4 cup of water. Put the remainig fluids in the pan into a large saucepan and bring to a boil. Add the cornstarch sluury and stir unti smooth - after it has come to a boil afet the addition, turn down to low and let it go about 5 minutes. You will not believe the gravy you get.

    Now, if like me you make this for your Marine son and friends, you may have to go to 2 briskets and 10 pounds of mashed potatoes - it is that good.


  9. #24
    1 - 2 liter bottle of Pepsi (do not use Coke - it ruins the recipe)
    hehe i thought the soda ad hoc experts hashed that out with blindfold testing back in the 80's


  10. #25
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    Burgers? I've never really planned with home made burgers, I just improvised with what was on hand.


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    Poor mans Thanksgiving

    Take a lb of ground turkey
    Box of stove top stuffing mix
    Chopped celery and onions
    1/4 cup of real mayonaise

    Thouroughly mix all ingredients and form a loaf
    Bake for about an hour I guestimate on time and temp for baking but it turns out good every time.

    Serve with cranberry sauce.

    Cost about 5 bucks to make it.


  12. #27
    well how about that famous spaghetti recipe Yellowing


  13. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by marinemom View Post
    Brooklyn Style Brisket (NOT a corned beef brisket)

    1 - full brisket - do not trim
    1 - 2 liter bottle of Pepsi (do not use Coke - it ruins the recipe)
    2 - packets of Knorr onion soup mix (do not use Lipton - it is almost all salt)
    3 - tablespoons of coarse garlic powder

    Preheat oven to 325 degrees.
    Hey Miss Pat,can diey Pepsi be used ?
    I'm sittin here droolin as I'm reading the re
    In a large roasting pan, put the brisket and rub all over with the garlic powder. Then rub the onion soup mix over that. Make sure it is well covered with the two seasonings.

    Pour the Pepsi into the pan until it is about halfway up the side of the brisket. DO NOT pour it under the meat.

    If your roasting pan has a tight lid (mine is my grandmother's old "blue enamel" pan which does have a lid), put it on the pan.

    If it does not, wrap aluminum foil over the pan - tight but not totaly sealed.

    Put into the oven - check about every 45 minutes or so, add the Pepsi that has evaporated - always keep it up about half-way.

    This will slow roast for a minimum of 4 hours - bigger pieces of meat take longer.

    When it falls apart when you test it with a dinner fork - it is done.

    Mix about 1 tablespoon of corn starch with about 1/4 cup of water. Put the remainig fluids in the pan into a large saucepan and bring to a boil. Add the cornstarch sluury and stir unti smooth - after it has come to a boil afet the addition, turn down to low and let it go about 5 minutes. You will not believe the gravy you get.

    Now, if like me you make this for your Marine son and friends, you may have to go to 2 briskets and 10 pounds of mashed potatoes - it is that good.
    Hey miss Pat,can diet Pepsi be used ?
    I'm printing this and drooling as I go along....


  14. #29

    MRE Bomb

    1 -empty PLASTIC two-liter bottle of pop, 1 liter works, heck even an 16oz bottle
    1 -MRE heater element
    1- canteen of water


    Crush the MRE heater element and put it in the empty two-liter bottle of pop. Take the canteen, unscrew the lid, and gently pour a little water into the bottle. Seal the bottle,,, and put in the Platoon Sgt's hooch.

    Disappear....

    This should work for a page 11 or maybe a NJP...


  15. #30
    ummm...i'm going to have to go with Wookie's recipe as the best...


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