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18th Century Cheese Curd Fritters…


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Date: March 10, 2019

01) 18th Century Cheese Curd Fritters


“Today’s recipe is a little different: Cheese-curd fritters from Eliza Smith’s 1758 cookbook, “The Compleat Housewife.” We found it a bit challenging to make cheese curds in camp, but we managed to pull it off. If you don’t want to go to those lengths, you can often find cheese curds at your grocer. Either way, deep fried and topped with sugar, you can’t really go wrong! Enjoy!”

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Cleaning, Preparing and Eating Bobcat…


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Date: February 26, 2019

01) BOBCAT ITS WHATS FOR DINNER

Warning! Extremely Graphic!


“THIS IS A HOW TO SKIN, BUTCHER, COOK AND PRESERVE A BOBCAT VIDEO. I ALSO TAKE SOME TIME TO CLARIFY THE IMPORTANCE OF PREDATOR MANAGEMENT.”

I never would have thought of eating a bobcat…but, that looks darn yummy!

The skinning, butchering and cooking are very educational.

One philosophical quibble, however…

I disagree that humans are the most important species…We are just the most capable animal, in our normal environment…Hence, we generally come out on top.

That does not make us “the most important” of all animals.

I would say, though…that we are part of the natural animal kingdom…and as such, we are part of the “circle of life”, as some call it.

It is entirely natural for us to eat other animals…even if the process is not the nicest thing to witness.

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Tips & Tricks #1 – Poor Man’s Filet Mignon…

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Date: February 21, 2019

01) Tips & Tricks #1 – Poor Man’s Filet Mignon


“Jack Scalfani shows you how to make a cheap steak taste delicious.

steps for tenderizing:
— coat entire top of steak with coarse salt.

— leave sitting out on counter for 1 hour per inch of meat

— completely wash off salt. Pat dry the meat with a paper towel

— cook and season as you normally would. Don’t add any type of salt while cooking. Not garlic salt, onion salt or regular salt. Enjoy!”

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How to make a Healthy Banana & Oatmeal Breakfast Smoothie for kids?…


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Date: February 18, 2019

01) How to make a Healthy Banana & Oatmeal Breakfast Smoothie for kids?


“When you have rushed mornings and looking for a simple but healthy on the go breakfast then the perfect option is this delicious and filling Banana, Oatmeal smoothie that you could make in minutes.

It’s my go to breakfast when the kids and I have long days and need to keep energies going.
Recipe includes Bananas, Oatmeal, Almond Milk, nuts, chia seeds and bee pollen.

Stock up and refuel every morning with a perfect breakfast smoothie that’s healthy and wholesome. Weigh watchers this is your go to drink for energy and something that’s tasty.

Kidsstoppress is India’s first kids lifestyle website and India’s best parenting blog. Join us as we review and cover the latest kids events, newest toys, books, board games, education, parks, food, classes, entertainment and all things kids. Kidsstoppress is India’s most popular parenting website and is considered a trusted source of information for parents all across the country.”

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Farming Under the Sea…


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Date: January 16, 2019

01) Farming Under the Sea


“Seventy miles off the coast of mainland Japan is the small island of Okinawa, home to some of the most unique seaweed in the world. Mozuku is a rare underwater delicacy found off the mainland coast. Each fall, farmer Tadashi Oshiro uses a special technique to sustainably harvest the seaweed. His one-of-a-kind farming methods were passed down to him by his father, using a process that allows the mozuku to grow without creating additional waste. And although changes in the environment leave the future of mozuku uncertain, Tadashi continues to uphold his family’s legacy.”

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S.O.S. – Sh*t on a Shingle – HARD TIMES – foods from times of scarcity…


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Date: December 21, 2018

01) S.O.S. – Sh*t on a Shingle – HARD TIMES – foods from times of scarcity


“Known by many names including Sh*t on a Shingle, Save Our Stomachs and chipped beef, S.O.S. is food born of practicality and making it perfect for the military. Ask any armed service veteran and they’ll know S.O.S.”

S.O.S…just think “biscuits and gravy”…but replace the biscuits with toast…and that is S.O.S.

I probably would not make it quite like she did…but it’s still great, when made well…

Heck…Stouffer’s makes a frozen chipped beef in cream…Pick up one of those…make some toast…and dump this on top.

Great meal!

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How India Cooks Lunch for 50,000 People for FREE! The MIRACLE in Punjab, India…


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Date: December 20, 2018

01) How India Cooks Lunch for 50,000 People for FREE! The MIRACLE in Punjab, India


“THE GOLDEN TEMPLE
LOCATION: Golden Temple Rd, Atta Mandi, Katra Ahluwalia, Amritsar
OPEN: 24 hours/day, 7 days/week

The Golden Temple is a Gurdwara, a place of worship for Sikhs, located in the city of Amritsar, Punjab, India. The Golden Temple is the most important pilgrimage site of Sikhism and considered to be spiritually the most significant shrine in Sikhism. Along with being a central religious place for Sikhs, it is a symbol of human brotherhood and equality, as people from all faiths, as well as those who do not profess any faith, are welcomed.

The Golden Temple is home to a Langar, a community-run free kitchen and dining hall where food is served around the clock to all visitors, regardless of faith, gender, nationality or economic background. There are thousands of Sikh volunteers cooking and serving the food as well as cleaning after visitors finish eating. Each day, thousands of people from varied backgrounds come to The Golden Temple, sit on the floor and eat together as equals. All of the food served is vegetarian.”

This is wonderful!…wish we had such in the USA…

…Wouldn’t it be a dream, if people treated each other like this all around the world?

As of yet…I have not tried any Indian dish, which I did not like…In fact, I love Indian food.

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Tasting the World’s First Test-Tube Steak…


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Date: December 17, 2018

01) Tasting the World’s First Test-Tube Steak


“The race is on to create lab-grown meat products. Still, little is known about their safety and potential impact. In this episode of Moving Upstream, WSJ’s Jason Bellini visits entrepreneurs, scientists, and ranchers to understand how it’s made, and gets a first taste of steak grown from cultured cells.”

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Medieval Foods…


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Date: December 12, 2018

01) Modern History TV Episode 4: Food


“Jason begins a journey through the social strata of the medieval age by taking a look at the kinds of food the knight might have experienced in his travels. He’s joined by food historian Chris Carr, who first demonstrates some of the dishes the knight might have eaten when staying at a humble roadside inn.

• Executive Producer: Jason Kingsley OBE
• Executive Producer: Chris Kingsley
• Senior Producer: Brian Jenkins
• Producer: Edward Linley
• Director: Dominic Read
• Presenter: Jason Kingsley OBE
• Subject Matter Expert: Chris Carr
• Camera: Jo Taylor
• Camera: Dominic Read
• Editing: Lindsey Studholme
• Stills Photographer: Kasumi
• Production Manager: Kevin Case
• Audio: Frank Newman
• Sound Design: Liam Flannigan
• Music licensed from PremiumBeat
• Additional Camera: Darren Cook
• Additional Camera: Neil Phillips
• Additional Sound: Elizabeth Carlyon

Special Thanks:

• Chris Payton
• Ed Savage

Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/modernhistorytv/
Twitter: @ModernHistoryTV

Many thanks to Chris Carr – check out
http://www.brigaandfriends.co.uk/

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Why You MUST Try Native American Cuisine…


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Date: November 20, 2018

01) Why You MUST Try Native American Cuisine


“Native American cuisine is America’s original food, dating back some 10,000 years. So why don’t we see Native restaurants on every street corner in the U.S.? Yara went on a road trip through the American Southwest to find out.”

Gee…

…I wish we had one of these restaurants in my area.

This looks and sounds phenomenal.

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