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#1612157 The Soup Thread

Posted by muskymojo on 09 February 2019 - 12:03 PM

^Nice! Looks good.

I have two slow cookers going right now with venison stew. One of them is low-sodium, and is going to my wife's grandfather who is 94yo and lives alone.

#1552797 Wild Game or Fish

Posted by muskymojo on 12 May 2018 - 06:59 PM

The only fish I leave skin on are salmon and trout (grilled, baked, or smoked).


I've eaten a lot of fried crappie with skin on (scaled of course). It's good, but I prefer it without the skin.

#1550822 Make your best taco.

Posted by muskymojo on 04 May 2018 - 02:04 PM

Those are my kind of tacos!

If you leave out all the other toppings, there's more room for meat!

It's a no brainer...

#1550235 Make your best taco.

Posted by muskymojo on 01 May 2018 - 07:04 PM

#1550234 Make your best taco.

Posted by muskymojo on 01 May 2018 - 06:59 PM


#1549983 Being Crafty

Posted by muskymojo on 30 April 2018 - 04:52 PM

Musky are you close to the twin cities? Kids had a swim meet last summer in Rochester. There were some great brews up there.

Yes. I live in Minneapolis. There have been so many breweries popping up the last few years I cant even keep track of them all.

#1549835 Need help with.. a mystery!

Posted by muskymojo on 29 April 2018 - 11:20 PM

I number all my plants every year, instead of labeling them with words. From seed trays, to individual plant labels, to maps of my gardens...


I make a list that acts like a map key. I make a few copies, and I always tape a copy to the wall of my grow room, and another on the inside of a kitchen cabinet door.




1. yellow 7

2. choco bhut

3, douglah

4. primo



39. butternut squash

40. pickling cuke



58. mr. stripey tom

59. cherokee purple tom

60. opalka tom


and so on...


The list is different every year, as far as what the numbers represent. I find it much easier than writing a bunch of words on plant labels and garden maps.



Anyways, it could be something like that, but WM's theory is probably more likely.





#1549824 Make your best taco.

Posted by muskymojo on 29 April 2018 - 10:20 PM





and for dessert...








sets down mic.










Cheap fish sticks from the freezer section, pre-cooked rice from a pouch, and non-dairy "ice cream" for dessert...


Congrats on your trifecta of fail. :clap:


;)   :cheers:

#1549798 Make your best taco.

Posted by muskymojo on 29 April 2018 - 08:52 PM



yes, it's okay... go ahead and give me shite about my 90 second Spanish rice :lol: it's all good 



Couldn't care less about the rice... nobody cares about rice. It's just a filler.


It's the bag of pre-battered frozen mystery fish that makes you deserve a slap in the balls. :lol:


The final tacos look pretty dang good though, so not a hard slap... ;)



#1549793 Being Crafty

Posted by muskymojo on 29 April 2018 - 08:31 PM

I just got home from one of my favorite local breweries. They make some really unique beers.   http://www.hammerheartbrewing.com/


They had an aquavit barrel aged double brown ale with lingonberries that was awesome.


Unfortunately, it wasn't available for growlers... :tear:

#1548543 Make your best taco.

Posted by muskymojo on 24 April 2018 - 10:00 PM

Me likey.


Mexican/TexMex breakfast food is great.


I make breakfast quesadillas at least a couple times a month.


The filling usually isn't much to look at, but they sure are tasty!

#1548181 Make your best taco.

Posted by muskymojo on 23 April 2018 - 07:39 PM

If you've ever heard of Navajo fry bread, it's a native american taco/tostada on fried bread, and I've been meaning to try it for a long time... but have never seen a joint/truck here.




Navajo tacos are a must-try if you are ever around Monument Valley or the Painted Desert. They are good, but I prefer regular corn or flour tortillas. I'm all about the fillings...

#1546537 Sliced ketchup

Posted by muskymojo on 18 April 2018 - 11:39 PM


#1544203 Carolina Reaper pepper causes thunderclap headache

Posted by muskymojo on 10 April 2018 - 12:13 AM

Headaches seem to be a mystery a lot of the time. If I'm outside all day when it's cold out (like really cold), I often get a pounding headache about a half hour after I come in from the cold to a warm house. I'm fine all day in the cold. It's also weird that a hot shower usually cures my headache. I've asked numerous people if the same thing happens to them, and I've yet to find a single person with the same problem. It's been happening for 25+ years now.

I dunno...

#1544084 Sorry Guys Your Favorite Hot Sauce is Bad!!!

Posted by muskymojo on 09 April 2018 - 05:08 PM