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Old 08-11-2012, 12:04 PM
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The week-end thread!!

This is dedicated to what ever your doing on the week-end!!



I'll start off.......

Today we pickled, 7 half gallons, 13qts, and 3 pints of green tomatoes!!

Just cracked my first beer!! Will update as the week end progresses!

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I didn't know other people canned green tomatoes... that's awesome


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Old 08-11-2012, 02:00 PM
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I love canning!! In two weeks, we will be doing homemade spaghetti sauce. Two weeks ago, we did pickled green beans. Then come late September, we will start homemade sauerkraut.


I switched from beer to Alabama Slammers!! Just made 2 steaks and a rack of baby back ribs with homemade BBQ sauce, also grilled up some zucchini with olive oil and garlic!!


I boiled down beef bone for the dog, she has been out in the yard for 2 hours chewing on that bone. This is my first dog that buries the bones.

Eli, you need a vacation!!

Our 2 nieces are staying with us this week end, the 6yr old just lost a tooth. Looks like I'll be playing tooth fairy tonight!!
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Old 08-11-2012, 02:14 PM
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Did 100 quarts of garlic dill pickles last weekend. That sure was more of a chore than I thought it would be but we have the damn things coming out our ears. You can only eat so much cucumbers.

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LOL wow Rich I remember way back when I was a kid and my parents were HUGE into growing their own garden and canning the veggies. Drove me nuts lol they always wanted me to help ( at the time I felt I was being forced into child labor as I had more important things to do like destroy chit cause thats what boys do lol ) Anyways I haven't seen nor heard about canning since then and this just makes me laugh. Good luck.

As far as what I did this weekend. Hmm, well I made home made ITALIAN SAUSAGE just like at the fairs last night and its sitting in the crock pot right now. My wife made pulled pork today and we are waiting on that to be finished lol and I called BISSELL today to get them to send me new replacement parts under warranty cause our sweeper broke last night and left a mess everywhere, yelled at the kids lol, and am on here talking about canning veggies and what I did so far this weekend.
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Add some spice to them pickles and its Awsome
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Did 100 quarts of garlic dill pickles last weekend. That sure was more of a chore than I thought it would be but we have the damn things coming out our ears. You can only eat so much cucumbers.

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I made dill pickles last year, some how I messed up a couple jars. Ended up trashing some jars because they turned sour!! Still haven't figured out what went wrong! LOL!!
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Hey Bryan!! It's funny how our parent have influenced our lives!!

I never tried making my own sausage, maybe next year. I have dabbled in making jerky and smoking meat.


Speaking of parent! When I was young, my parent use to take us canoeing. The same canoe was just passed on to me from my dad and uncle, this coming spring I'm gonna start taking my girl canoeing. Passing on the memories!!
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Hey Bryan!! It's funny how our parent have influenced our lives!!

I never tried making my own sausage, maybe next year. I have dabbled in making jerky and smoking meat.


Speaking of parent! When I was young, my parent use to take us canoeing. The same canoe was just passed on to me from my dad and uncle, this coming spring I'm gonna start taking my girl canoeing. Passing on the memories!!
LOL good deal bud glad to hear about passing on the memories, speaking of which I'm still trying to talk my dad into selling me the boat we grew up with as kids the same boat I learned to water ski and barefoot behind.

I didn't mean as in literally making the sausage from scratch lol to much work I buy johnsonvilles sweet italian sausage and make the tomato sauce for the italian sausage sandwiches just like at the fairs. LOL sorry for the mixup.
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Nothing wrong with Johnsonville!! He He!!

I've got Polish in me, so we love out Polish Kielbasa with Sauerkraut!!


Well..... Just ate dinner, now I just ordered "The Three Stooges" on PPV!! It's "OK", but still not like the originals!!
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