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Topic: BINGO MAC
Posted By: MJ11
Subject: BINGO MAC
Date Posted: August 16 2019 at 8:38am
...............Clap.............







And I won three beer chips.




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The Spartans do not ask how many the enemies are but where they are



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Posted By: Honkytonk
Date Posted: August 16 2019 at 9:11am
What kind of sausage is that?


Posted By: MJ11
Date Posted: August 16 2019 at 10:20am
Originally posted by Honkytonk Honkytonk wrote:

What kind of sausage is that?


Like a smoked kielbasa pork and beef.

Not as many players this week so got to take some home for a midnight snack.


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The Spartans do not ask how many the enemies are but where they are


Posted By: Honkytonk
Date Posted: August 16 2019 at 11:12am
When I travelled and worked in the US, I found trying to buy kielbasa like I am used to difficult. At home, we call it garlic sausage. Fine grind. Then we have ham garlic sausage. Chunks of pork goodness! The closest thing I could find in the US was Andouille. 


Posted By: Shamu
Date Posted: August 16 2019 at 1:15pm
Have you tried the various Amish / Mennonite markets? They usually advertise in the local papers.


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Don't shoot till you see the whites of their thighs. (Unofficial motto of the Royal Air Force)


Posted By: Honkytonk
Date Posted: August 16 2019 at 1:35pm
I've been retired for four years and haven't been back to the US since. The Mennonite and Hutterites up here also make nice sausage. Usually fine grind. I like it. My wife prefers chunky. There is a place in Modare, Alta. Stawnichy's Ukrainian Sausage. It is considered by a lot of Western Canadians as the best! I live about 10 hours away, but if I have friends going out that way, always get them to bring me back as many rings as will fit in their vehicle!


Posted By: MJ11
Date Posted: August 16 2019 at 2:59pm
Next time I will use my homemade pork and cheddar from last falls county fairgrounds auction pig. It just seemed like over kill  to use on MAC with the three packety of cheese sauce provided.

I myself like a spicy or hot sausage but when dealing with the ham and eggers many senior to my 72 years I have to be careful. Catsup is still new to many people around here. We still have two guys that jumped on D-Day.
A jabanero pepper might kill someone.


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The Spartans do not ask how many the enemies are but where they are


Posted By: Honkytonk
Date Posted: August 16 2019 at 3:18pm
That's funny! When I worked in Iowa, the guys at the gas plant thought ketchup was spicy! One dude made a pot of chili on a night shift. It was basically hamburger and beans in tomato sauce. I always had a bottle of Tabasco handy. They just about feinted when I took out my bottle and applied liberal dashes of the stuff! After that, I was a legend!! (Well, it was Iowa!)


Posted By: A square 10
Date Posted: August 16 2019 at 9:25pm
geeezeeee , you make me hungry with these posts , i do love seeing it tho , some of you eat far better than i do these days , 


Posted By: Shamu
Date Posted: August 17 2019 at 7:38am
When I lived in Upstate NY (Southern tier / Finger lakes) "Bland" was spicy!
There was a very well thought of restaurant there whose best selling dish was their corn chowder, complete with half dissolved dollops of "flour"? "cornstarch"? it was utterly flavorless, we called it "phlegm soup"!
Dead
I made some chicken tenders with a honey & Worcester sauce marinade they were pronounced "inedible" because they were so "hot"!
Censored


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Don't shoot till you see the whites of their thighs. (Unofficial motto of the Royal Air Force)


Posted By: Honkytonk
Date Posted: August 17 2019 at 8:11am
Phlegm soup! That's were my mother-in-law must have got her recipes! I like hot. Japepano hot. Habanero is out of my league! For me, taste over burn. When I worked, the Young bucks were forever bringing in the newest hot sauces! Insanely hot! No thanks!!!


Posted By: Shamu
Date Posted: August 17 2019 at 9:28am
Oh, you'd like my Chili.
I brown the chopped meat & chill powder first, then slow cook it with the veggies. I like it smokey so I use a can of Chipotles in adobo & a whole sliced jalopeno. I like my chili to have some texture too so I chop the tomatillos, onions, peppers & tomatoes very coarse so they don't turn to mush in the cooking!

If its too hot after an overnight hot tub in a crock-pot I add blackstrap molasses to tone down the heat to just the way I like it, sweetly hot & smokey. I also use lemon peel for little "flavor bombs" my Mrs. thought I was nutz when I told her about it, but after trying it she's a fan.



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Don't shoot till you see the whites of their thighs. (Unofficial motto of the Royal Air Force)


Posted By: A square 10
Date Posted: August 17 2019 at 7:47pm
oh , i am from iowa i know exactly what your talkin about , 



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