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Postby Omaha Red Sox » Wed Apr 19, 2006 3:05 pm

Example below, but for some more tasty appetizers, salads, main courses, and more, click here.

Cowboy Stew*

1 lb. of cow intestines
1lb. of cow heart
1lb. of cow liver
3 Tbls. of black pepper
salt to taste

to clean intestines – run water through intestine until all bile is removed. Peel skin from off outside of intestines ( this is important, if you don’t it will be like eating a tire tube.

cut intestines into 1 inch long pieces. Put in large pot

cut fat from beef heart and any white skin that is left on it, there might be some tubular looking strand on the inside remove those also.

Cube heart into ½ inch pieces. Put in pot.

Cube liver into ½ inch pieces set aside.

Add water to the pot until there is about ¼ inch of water over meat.

Add black pepper, bring to a boil and cook for 10 minutes, then add liver continue to cook for another 5 minutes.

Salt to taste

Serve over rice.


*warning - this recipe is nothing compared to the others... :-P
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Postby knapplc » Wed Apr 19, 2006 3:28 pm

This isn't all that far off from a recipe we used to make when I worked in a Smoke House about 15 years ago. It's called Jaternice (pronounced IT-ther-nit-see), and it's a traditional Czech/German/Austrian dish.


It's been a while, but the basic recipe includes:

Tripe
Beef Liver
Beef Fat
Spices

You boil the tripe, liver and fat in a large cooker, then run it through a grinder to emulsify it – it has to be pasty when you’re done. You add your spices to the paste in your mixer, then run it into casing (that’s where the beef intestine comes in), but you don’t “skin” the casing like in the recipe ORS gave – if you skin the intestines you’ll blow up your sausages.

This stuff is about 45-50% fat, but let me tell you – it tastes damned good when it’s fresh from the cooker and you eat it on a fresh bakery roll.

Come on down to Nebraska – we’ll feed you right!

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Postby moonhead » Wed Apr 19, 2006 3:29 pm

holy cow! :-b
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Postby Popcynical » Wed Apr 19, 2006 5:35 pm

How 'bout something I can cook in about 5 minutes without having to go shopping for stuff first? :-D
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Postby moonhead » Wed Apr 19, 2006 5:39 pm

Popcynical wrote:How 'bout something I can cook in about 5 minutes without having to go shopping for stuff first? :-D


mac and cheese.
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Postby Popcynical » Wed Apr 19, 2006 5:47 pm

moonhead wrote:
Popcynical wrote:How 'bout something I can cook in about 5 minutes without having to go shopping for stuff first? :-D


mac and cheese.


Mm... good idea.
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Postby knapplc » Wed Apr 19, 2006 6:54 pm

Popcynical wrote:
moonhead wrote:
Popcynical wrote:How 'bout something I can cook in about 5 minutes without having to go shopping for stuff first? :-D


mac and cheese.


Mm... good idea.

Someone here posted a mac and cheese recipe a while back. Wasn't too bad, as I recall...

Of course, for quick and easy nothing beats Kraft. ;-D
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Postby Omaha Red Sox » Wed Apr 19, 2006 9:49 pm

knapplc wrote:
Popcynical wrote:
moonhead wrote:
Popcynical wrote:How 'bout something I can cook in about 5 minutes without having to go shopping for stuff first? :-D


mac and cheese.


Mm... good idea.

Someone here posted a mac and cheese recipe a while back. Wasn't too bad, as I recall...

Of course, for quick and easy nothing beats Kraft. ;-D


I think I basically lived on Ramen Noodles and Mac & Cheese for a couple years, so my taste for it has subsided significantly. :-P
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Postby SwiperNoSwiping » Wed Apr 19, 2006 9:59 pm

knapplc wrote:
Popcynical wrote:
moonhead wrote:
Popcynical wrote:How 'bout something I can cook in about 5 minutes without having to go shopping for stuff first? :-D


mac and cheese.


Mm... good idea.

Someone here posted a mac and cheese recipe a while back. Wasn't too bad, as I recall...

Of course, for quick and easy nothing beats Kraft. ;-D


That was me that posted the mac and cheese recipe I use. Takes about 5-10 min prep if that, and 1 hr to bake. Knocks the socks off of Kraft.

Here is the link to the recipe if you are interested..It's my post, 3 up from the bottom of the page.
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Postby knapplc » Wed Apr 19, 2006 11:10 pm

SwiperNoSwiping wrote:
knapplc wrote:
Popcynical wrote:
moonhead wrote:
Popcynical wrote:How 'bout something I can cook in about 5 minutes without having to go shopping for stuff first? :-D


mac and cheese.


Mm... good idea.

Someone here posted a mac and cheese recipe a while back. Wasn't too bad, as I recall...

Of course, for quick and easy nothing beats Kraft. ;-D


That was me that posted the mac and cheese recipe I use. Takes about 5-10 min prep if that, and 1 hr to bake. Knocks the socks off of Kraft.

Here is the link to the recipe if you are interested..It's my post, 3 up from the bottom of the page.


Thanks for tracking that down, Swiper! I didn't print it off and I wanted to try it again.

What kind of cheese do you use? When I made this the cheese didn't really melt very well.
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