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Discussion in 'Food Preparation, Camp Cooking and Recipes' started by barney, Oct 22, 2017.
Good gosh that is some fine eating.
Just brought home 2 hambones from work christmas party. Beans are soaking. Think I'll have about $3 wrapped up in this one.
Some fine eatin', and cheap too!
I always have beans the week after, to use the bone and scraps from the Christmas ham.
Lunch today was south of cheap.
My gosh that looks awesome.
I had a big pot of potato soup yesterday an will have the leftovers today
Venison, frog legs, and panfish fillets. Marinate in vegan tears for a special taste!
Whoa,hold up you got the wrong forum this is cheap eats. You cant post a feed like that. Need something like
"cornbread and butter milk"
Vension, frog legs and fried fish go well with cornbread and buttermilk! So does chicken of the woods! Fungus and berries are cheap, same as pawpaws!
I like the language you speak. I was all but self-sufficient for years, living the good life. I went back to work pretty much full time a few years ago for the family business after my father retired. Now I'm stuck buying the fake CRAP we have come to know as food.
I supplement with wild game and edibles when I can. It helps me remember who I am and where I come from.
Homebrewing is another cheap way to use the land for nourishment. I just started several batches of blackberry and cherry wine today.
Where did you find all those paw paws
Can you tell me where your best fishing hole and deer hunting spots are?! LOL
FYI pawpaw wine is a wonderful thing!
Paw paws done good this year, but all we ever done was eat'em, maybe a little sprinkle of cinnamon sugar.
Speaking of wine, possum berry makes about the finest wine there is when you can find them.
You can make all sorts of things with pawpaws! Talk about good, cheap eating!
For those using left over ham bones. 7 Bean soup, and split pea. We freeze in lunch size containers.