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    Quote Originally Posted by justyouraveragecavemen View Post
    No, but I will. The wife and kids are going out of town next week, I shall prepare all manners of foods previously unknown to me while I bask in my underweared bachelorhood.
    LOL... Even if you don't like whole anchovies, mashing a few up into a salad dressing gives it a nice base flavor. Get the herring for Mrs. FW who, likewise, cannot handle eating sardines, flavor of the herring is much milder.

    So what's on the menu, Bootman? Grilled armadillo? Bat brains? Roadkill goulash?

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    I'm thinking 1)beef heart kaboobs with bell peppers, onions, squash, etc., 2)maybe some sort of beef liver? I dunno, haven't decided on that one 3)some grilled fresh fish for sure...I don't want to invest too much of my off-work time to cooking though, I need lots of time for movies that i can't watch while the kids and around and the like.
    If I just said LOL, I lied. Do or do not. There is no try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urban Forager View Post
    Had to post a picture of my boy too and my cute dogs.
    In the background you can see my parabolic solar cooker. I love that thing!
    How/what do you cook with that? It seems like it would burn a hole through a piece of meat!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Urban Forager View Post
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    Had to post a picture of my boy too and my cute dogs.
    In the background you can see my parabolic solar cooker. I love that thing!
    I should look into one... lawd knows that FL has enough sun to drive one... and it would keep me from running my oven in the house for 4-5 hours on a 95 degree day like today!
    “You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist.”
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    good looking kid urban forager! and a CORGI!!

    which movies are you planning to watch? beef heart's yummy. i might have some sardines, but no anchovies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cori93437 View Post
    Salt content???
    I can't eat salt and have to work to find the lowest salt water packed Sardines possible... then I douse them in herbs and EVOO at home.
    And even then I have to limit them.

    I miss so many foods because the salt is just too high for me to do it with out consequences.
    Sorry, swing and a miss.

    1 pack = 830 mg. salt.

    Don't taste salty, but no good for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justyouraveragecavemen View Post
    How/what do you cook with that? It seems like it would burn a hole through a piece of meat!
    I use heavy cooking pots like a dark colored Le Crueset. The pots don't really have to be heavy but having a dark color absorbs the heat. I like to cook stews, marinara sauce, slow roasted pork shoulder, boil water. My husband rendered a bunch of tallow last summer. You can use it to cook pretty much anything you'd cook on a stove top. In the Summer I try not to cook much in the house so I use the solar cooker and my grill a lot.

    Sun and Ice - Solar Cooking
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    Thanks, it was the Corgi I wanted to photograph, he just had a bath and that pretty look of his will not last long! Soon as I take him for walk he will jump in the creek and then lie down in the dirt.

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    Summer = BBQ or crock pot on the back deck for me too. Costs to frickin much for the AC!

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    hehehe...i wish i had a dog! i love watching them swim. *sigh*

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