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Re: ? for the Cook's


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Posted by Burrhead on October 02, 2001 at 19:09:54 from (12.83.1.165):

In Reply to: ? for the Cook's posted by Bob (WI) on October 02, 2001 at 16:39:23:

I aint a real cook but I don't use any water except what stays with the meat when I rinse it.

I use a dutch oven in a gas stove. I never used a slow cooker or crock pot so maybe there the same.

I use about 1/2 of a small bottle of Italian dressing and sprinkle a teaspoon or so of salt, just a pinch or so of dry onion and a smidge of garlic salt for pot licker.

Then run it in the oven at 350 for 1 hour and then drop to 250 til tender in about another 2 hours. The last hour I add my taters, carrots, onions and sometimes some chopped up green bell pepper.

By the time the time the meat is ready for the taters and carrots there will be a good creamy and slightly spicy sop.

I guess it would work in a slow cooker the same.

Lipton's onion soup mix blended dry into hamburger will take out a gamey taste or that funky freezer taste.


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