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    Lets get a recipie book together with recipies from the Fanatics. Call it something cool. The we all can share our recipies and try everyones also

    "Recipies from Fanatics for Fanatics"



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    Re: With a little help from CF

    I'm down for contributing as long as it's listed as Broodwich's Brisket.



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    Re: With a little help from CF

    Quote Originally Posted by Broodwich View Post
    I'm down for contributing as long as it's listed as Broodwich's Brisket.
    Bacon aside, this is the best damned sandwich I've ever had.


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    Italian Beef in a Bucket

    Serving Size around 12

    3 1/2 pounds beef roast, sirloin tip or rump roast
    12 ounces (jar) Italian Giardiniera -- drained
    12 ounces (jar) pepperoncini peppers
    1 envelope Italian salad dressing (zesty Italian)
    10 ounce can beef broth
    Place roast in slow cooker (3 1/2 quart). Mix all other ingredients
    together, draining oil from giardiniera. (When adding giardiniera and
    pepperoncini, use 1/2 jar for a mild version of all for a spicier
    version).
    Add all ingredients to slow cooker, cover and cook for 18 (yes, that's
    right, eighteen) hours on LOW.
    Meat will be very tender - can use a fork to pull apart.



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    Re: With a little help from CF

    Ok, I have the worlds EASIEST dip, and everyone loves it at our tailgates.

    Take one of the big containers of sour cream, dump it on a bowl, add in 1 package of ranch dip powder, one bag of sharp chedder, and about half a bag of those real bacon pieces. Let it sit for a few hours so the bacon gets soft, and serve it with Fritos. So simple, yet so good.


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    Re: With a little help from CF

    Tigershoops' Tasty Breakfast Burritoes

    2 pound bag of Tator Tots
    1 pound of sausage
    1/2 pound shaved ham
    10 Large eggs
    Soft Flour Tortilla Shells
    Shredded Cheddar or Cheddar Jack Cheese
    Sour Cream

    Preheat oven at 450 and bake the tator tots for 25 minutes. After you put the tator tots in, brown the sausage in a large pot and cut up the ham. When browned, strain the sausage and leave in strainer. In the same pan, scramble the eggs. When they are finished, dump the sausage and ham in and mix it up. By this point, the tator tots should be finished, so remove them and dump them into the pot with the other ingredients. Using your spatula, smash the tator tots up and mix them in with the other ingredients. Place desired number of tortillas in the oven as it cools for 1 minute. Take them out, spread sour cream on the tortilla (if desired), add breakfast mix and top with shredded cheese.



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    Re: With a little help from CF

    Easy Chili

    2lbs of beef
    1 qt of tomato juice
    29 oz (aprox) of tomato puree'
    15 oz can of red beans drained
    1 med onion chopped
    1/2 cup of celery
    1/4 cup of green ppper diced
    1/4 cup chili powder
    1 tsp of cumin
    1 1/2 tsp of garlic powder
    1 tsp of salt
    1/2 tsp of black pepper
    1/2 tsp of oregano
    1/2 tsp of sugar
    1/8 tsp of cayenne

    chop all vegis fine to about 1/4" pieces therefor it will soften faster and does not give you huge non uniformed pieces. once all ingrediants are added simmer for 2 hours and stir every 15 minutes. I let it set for the night. That way the ingredients will mix in for a better flavor. Take to a tailgate and stay warm.



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    Re: With a little help from CF

    Eye brow waxing.........

    Recipes.......

    When, oh when are we going to talk crochet patterns?



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    Re: With a little help from CF

    Keeps contribution.

    Breakfast:

    2 oz Barcadi
    12 oz of Diet Coke.
    6 ice cubes.

    place 6 ice cubes in shaker. pour Bacardi over ice and shake. In separate glass pour cold Diet Coke, then add Bacardi. Enjoy.


    Lunch:


    2.5 oz Barcadi
    12 oz of Diet Coke.
    6 ice cubes.

    place 6 ice cubes in shaker. pour Bacardi over ice and shake. In separate glass pour cold Diet Coke, then add Bacardi. Enjoy.


    Supper:

    4 oz Barcadi
    12 oz of Diet Rite.
    6 ice cubes.

    place 6 ice cubes in shaker. pour Bacardi over ice and shake. In separate glass pour cold Diet Right, then add Bacardi. Enjoy.

    My work here is done.

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    Re: With a little help from CF

    Quote Originally Posted by keepngoal View Post
    Keeps contribution.

    Breakfast:

    2 oz Barcadi
    12 oz of Diet Coke.
    6 ice cubes.

    place 6 ice cubes in shaker. pour Bacardi over ice and shake. In separate glass pour cold Diet Coke, then add Bacardi. Enjoy.


    Lunch:


    2.5 oz Barcadi
    12 oz of Diet Coke.
    6 ice cubes.

    place 6 ice cubes in shaker. pour Bacardi over ice and shake. In separate glass pour cold Diet Coke, then add Bacardi. Enjoy.


    Supper:

    4 oz Barcadi
    12 oz of Diet Rite.
    6 ice cubes.

    place 6 ice cubes in shaker. pour Bacardi over ice and shake. In separate glass pour cold Diet Right, then add Bacardi. Enjoy.

    My work here is done.

    -keep
    I'm thinking I would need a mid-morning and mid-afternoon snack with that schedule. I would probably have to go with a Bacardi and Diet, what do you think?


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    Re: With a little help from CF

    Salsa Eggs

    Scramble 6 eggs ... add salsa. Serve.

    if your feeling exceptionally frisky add meat (italian sausage is good) or cheese to taste.



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    Special Burger:

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    Plate

    Take the raw meat, ball it up, put it on the plate. Then say "hey man, you want raw meat on a plate you got it!"


    (Sorry stupid AT&T commercial that is always on.)

    My easy dip (I'm sure I'm not alone on this)
    1 jar hot salsa
    1 jar queso dip

    heat queso dip in a large bowl to desired temp then mix in salsa. Enjoy with Tortilla chips.


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    Re: With a little help from CF

    Quote Originally Posted by JHudd View Post
    Special Burger:

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    Plate

    Take the raw meat, ball it up, put it on the plate. Then say "hey man, you want raw meat on a plate you got it!"


    (Sorry stupid AT&T commercial that is always on.)

    My easy dip (I'm sure I'm not alone on this)
    1 jar hot salsa
    1 jar queso dip

    heat queso dip in a large bowl to desired temp then mix in salsa. Enjoy with Tortilla chips.
    Another really good one is to take a block of cream cheese, and a can of spicy chili, combine the two, microwave till smooth and hot, and then stir... Dip some chips in that, it is really good.


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    Corn relishy, dippy, kinda thing

    4 cans white shoepeg corn
    Sharp cheddar cheese (as much as you like)
    Diced red pepper
    Diced jalepenos
    Enough mayo to make it as creamy as you like. We don't usually use too much.

    Serve with your favorite cracker.



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    Re: Corn relishy, dippy, kinda thing

    Quote Originally Posted by Wx4Cy View Post
    4 cans white shoepeg corn
    Sharp cheddar cheese (as much as you like)
    Diced red pepper
    Diced jalepenos
    Enough mayo to make it as creamy as you like. We don't usually use too much.

    Serve with your favorite cracker.
    This is good, highly recommended.


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