How Us JHO Cook's Get Down In The Kitchen, Yum Yum!

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Those pics seriously got my stomach growling. Archer, fisherman, cook... you've got your bases covered!
 



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Every afternoon on our annual fishing trip we have a Crawdad Boil and a couple of coolies, All You Can Eat!
 

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Looks familiar Limited with sides of fried okra, corn bread and black eyed peas. Home made blackberry cobbler for desert!
 

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Sunday morning for Mothers Day I did my traditional seafood frittata omelet for my mother in law and wife, they loved it and said it was the best so far to date. I had it loaded with shrimp, scallops, crab with garlic ,onions, roasted peppers and mushrooms, yum yum! Some other dishes I cook recently too......tra

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Can I come for a short visit......say about six months??
 

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Nice DJE, I haven't tri tip in a long time. A company I use to work for we grilled once a month and always had tri tip. I like asparagus and mushrooms too!..yum yum! Thnx 4 sharing!....tra
 

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Got our first yellow squash from the garden. Sauteed it in butter, seasoned with salt, pepper and then added some garlic and basil from the garden as well.20200606_135939.jpg
 

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Our garden is going gangbusters, first yellow squash just ready to pick!
 

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Our garden is going gangbusters, first yellow squash just ready to pick!
I made one again yesterday with some sliced up sausage in it as well. Also there a ton of ways to eat the squash blossoms which is common in Mexico.
 

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Been a while seafood soup scallops,shrimp ,clams And sausage perfect for the evening

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Yum yum Revo! Yummy ribs too dje, I do a rib slab once a week, I need my meat and bones.....lol
Doing some early 4th. July meat marinating , T bone steak and some pork shoulder steaks too. Just did a couple up on the top stove for dinner, nice natural juicy glaze....tra

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Darn you TRA..........I just had supper and now I'm hungry all over again!:D
 

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Here a chicken seafood burger with shrimp and scallops I pre cook then onions, peppers infused with a little lite soy some Worcestershire sauce and seasonings.then at the end I glaze sesame ginger sauce on both sides. Protein packed burger for sure... tra
P.s. and some of my old fashioned chocolate chip cookies that just came out the oven!

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Here are a couple of venison dishes that I serve throughout the Holidays. Rolled and stuffed Blacktail Tenderloin and Venison Poppers. Slice the Tenderloin into one long piece, and cover with a thin layer of lightly seasoned pork sausage. Make a tight roll and wrap in a bacon lattice. Secure with butcher's pins and brown in a hot skillet just enough to secure the lattice. Finish on the smoker for 1.5-2 hours. Make the lattice just as you would make a lattice pie crust. Poppers are a thumb size piece of seasoned venison wrapped in 1/2 medium sized jalapeno pepper secured with a strip of bacon and a toothpick. Grill over medium heat until done.Venison Roast on Pit2.JPGVenisonPoppers01.JPG
 


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