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Old October 23, 2017   #4591
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Yes and the bloodier the weapons, the better to enjoy your meal with!
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Old October 23, 2017   #4592
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Food and weapons. We should start a new thread. Might be the next big thing.

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One of my more successful meat preparations I got from a cookbook set I have since sold. Pork loin roulade cooked low and slow, basted repeatedly with a blend of heavy cream and mustard. Sealed in the juice and formed an incredible crust.

(Women's Day Encyclopedia of Cookery (12 vol.) 1966, if anyone has a copy? I'd love to recover the recipe. - Also one for syllabub.)
https://www.abebooks.com/first-editi...e/576728204/bd

Woman's Day Encyclopedia Of Cookery: 12 Volume Complete Set.

1 new at $7.95, used from $3.48

If that helps. No luck trying to search it up for you.
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Old October 23, 2017   #4593
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http://gardenandgun.com/sporting/
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Old October 23, 2017   #4594
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I'm missing the point, don't see how this has anything to do with cheap eating.
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http://gardenandgun.com/food/
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I've never seen anyone hunt down their food with a hand gun. There is only one thing that those are meant to take down - Humans. Cheap Eaten, sure. It's just called Cannibalism.
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Old October 23, 2017   #4597
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I hunted rabbits for years with a pistol.
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Old October 23, 2017   #4598
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One Worth, your link keeps changing from cooking to hunting on it's home page.
Two, the point is that is was in very poor taste to have a gun in the photo that you posted.
It was NOT funny.
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Old October 23, 2017   #4599
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Mid morning snack. REALLY cheap eaten!
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Mid morning snack. REALLY cheap eaten!
Na ah, black pepper is going up lately!!!!
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Old October 23, 2017   #4601
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LOL, that was funny, Hellmanns.

imp, I tried to find that pork loin roulade recipe too. I guess you would have to buy that WD edition to get it or spend weeks on Pinterest.

The first link was /sport and the second was /food, so you will get different sections when you click on the two links. I found the first one very interesting. I'll have to go back later and read some of those articles, esp the one about using Standard Poodles for hunting. The AKC allows them to run in Spaniel hunt tests. They are great hunting dogs. Btw, the pup in my profile pic is now 10 months old and a top notch field trial prospect. We have high hopes for her and her parents both won multiple field trials over the last 10 days in the mid-west. The quail and pheasant she will put on the table won't be exactly cheap eaten when we figure in all the costs. ;-)
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My neighbor up the street has a big black poodle and fenced in property.
I used to take my sweet baby Boo Boo there so they could run and play with eachother.
Boo Boo was a Boxer Pit mix.
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Just catching up on the mustard here... lots of great suggestions.
Loving all the pics with/without 'extra' utensils LOL. What can I say, it is all as authentic as I can imagine. Food pics that have character.
One of these days I'm gonna have to cook something pretty enough to take a pic, and until then, will be thinking on my own 'utensils' for the shot'. Maybe a shovel....
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Food and weapons. We should start a new thread. Might be the next big thing.

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(Women's Day Encyclopedia of Cookery (12 vol.) 1966, if anyone has a copy? I'd love to recover the recipe. - Also one for syllabub.)
Are the recipes good and what kind of recipes does this set have? I just bought a set for $20 and free shipping. I'll give you the recipe or if you want another set here's one missing 1 book. I saw single books on Amazon for a few bucks.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/1966-Vintag....c100227.m3827
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You did? Great! Yes, there are outstanding recipes, along with some you probably wouldn't find appealing. One thing I like about is that they group several historical variations together (as in the syllabub/eggnog area) so it's easy to imagine variations.

I was ambivalent about selling it; it just takes so much shelf space. In retrospect I could have kept it and sold about half of the Good Cook series. I was a bit surprised at the demand on ebay. It went for good money - over $50 including shipping - at the first offering. You got a good deal.
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