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    What's Cooking?

    Talked about it so I decided to to do it. Crab cakes with carrot and onion rice pilaf and a cucumber tomato salad.
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    Try this recipe. It will blow you away. https://books.google.com/books?id=waN-ezOLeVgC&pg=PA82&lpg=PA82&dq=frank+stitts+crab+cakes&source=bl&ots=8H5wr_mDQ5&sig=ACfU3U3p2UX205FuMSXGeWytSubIdvNu6g&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjo1eGT2K3lAhUBC6wKHa9PCkIQ6AEwCXoECAkQAQ#v=onepage&q=frank stitts crab cakes&f=false It comes from one of the best cookbooks I own, The Southern Table, by Frank Stitts.
  3. When the monarchs are flying you need to be fishing buzz baits. The largest string of 5 I ever caught (20+) came as teal and monarchs flew by me and a yellow black buzz bait.
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    What's Cooking?

    https://www.ozarkrevenge.com/2015/12/pasta-fazool.html
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    Since I moved back to the big city, I can find things I never could have found in Eureka Springs, or even Bentonville. Decent cheap wine at Trader Joe's. Real fresh fish at Bodeans (they fly in goods 5 days a week). A cut to order butcher. And several Asian markets. You should see the size of the Saturday Farmers market. Sadly, I don't live on a lake full of walleye.
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    If you are picking the crab from the shell yourself, save the shell and be sure you cook it in the soup to add more flavor.
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    What's Cooking?

    ham and tomato cheesy mac
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    what he said
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    If you have the tools, I would suggest a "pulled pork" application. Low, slow smoke to 195 degrees internal then a long rest before shredding. Otherwise braise at 225 until reaches 200 degrees , then chunk off the bone for serving over rice, noodle, or baby potatoes
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    What's Cooking?

    Seasoned burger with stone ground mustard, Gorgonzola cheese and caramelized onions on thin bagel buns.
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    Braised chicken with pan roasted cauliflower.
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    What's Cooking?

    Simple dinner. Miso salmon with broccoli pearl cous cous.
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    I do chunky as well, but I was working with bulk Italian sausage.
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    Back to food. Italian sausge Bolognese style with baked polenta Parmesan sticks.
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    What's Cooking?

    https://buythermopro.com/product/thermopro-tp-17-digital-meat-thermometer/
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    Walleye

    General reply to several posts. I have caught two at 10 and 13.75 pounds. I saw a 14.5 alive. I have seen mounts ranging from 10 the 15.5. I am sure Rangerman can say the same. Bill Babler has posted multiple pictures of Buster's very large catches. Do I think a 20+ is in Table Rock? Yes. In Bull Shoals? He** yes. As for learning to fish walleye, I urge you to read Rangerman's posts and the articles I have written. You will save yourselves years of learning.
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    What's Cooking?

    Since its fresh burn, yes.
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    Last night's simple meal. Roast chicken and a broccoli/potato/mushroom side.
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    A foil or paper wrap, known as a crutch, is used to help the meat past "the stall" without drying out. If you do not add to the wood or charcoal, the smoke is pretty much done after three hours. If you are using a two chamber and real wood logs, and not their coals, the smoke keeps coming.
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    What's Cooking?

    Get one set right and they will hold for 10 hours (small size and longer for larger). It only takes one or two times to learn the trick.
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    Walleye

    Yes. This is why I was always in trouble.
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    If you try it, watch Aaron Franklin video first.
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    What's Cooking?

    So, night I went full bore high brow gourmet snooty. May I show you the ultimate dog? Pan grilled jumbo Hebrew National hot dog served with stone ground mustard on a Hawaiian roll with a side of tabbouleh.
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