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Discussion in 'Cooking Forum' started by tennessee, Dec 18, 2015.
That sounds awesome, but remove the peppers. Shooting ducks would be second to that meal. A bonus
Here's the one I use here in Maryland. Fry an egg hard yolk, Old Bay seasoning, Helen's Sausage from Helen's Sausage House in Smyrna, De, this is an amazing 1/4 lb. link, which is grilling on the grill part of my Coleman. Once egg is almost ready, a slice of pepper jack cheese is added, and then put egg, then sausage on a steak roll. Offer your blind mates spicy mustard or ketchup. Get almost as many invites to good hunting spots with this as I do for my dog.
Some sausage with red beans and rice is hard to beat, soup is easy to fix,, cook a pot of white beans and ham the night before and warm up on stove.
Who has time to cook when in the blind! Left over cold cheese burgers from the night before and a thermos of hot tea is how I roll!
Breakfast bacon and pancakes, lunch fried bologna and chips.
Gotta be the full skillet scramble. Layers of fried hash browns, sausage , mushrooms, eggs bacon, and hollandaise sauce (made fresh of course) poured overtop.
Yea, like you ever take the time to make a blind meal. You have breakfast at home, and 15 minutes later, you are pulling the trigger.
I've actually gone out, shot a limit of birds, come home, and my coffee was still warm enough to drink, and the sun was just peaking up over the horizon. I could have shot a limit of Canada geese while sitting in my hot tub this fall. Had 5 or 6 family groups fly out of the marsh behind the house , low over the trees and over my deck. Thirty yards up max. Neighbours wouldn't have appreciated it too much though.
Yea, like I said.
Still, it looked good.
Fried Spam or Amour Treat w/eggs!