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Shelby

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  1. Shelby

    Boat Cookery

    I bought Ronnie the smallest Yeti you can get a few years ago. IT IS AMAZING. You will not regret getting one.
  2. Shelby

    Dinner 2018 (Part 1)

    Venison burgers done on the grill
  3. Ronnie found me some Palisade peaches from Colorado. The best peaches I've ever had. The sweet juice runs down your arms when you bite in. So, I canned 6 quarts in medium syrup, saved 6 to eat and have enough left to make a cobbler. I kinda want some more, but.....I have enough on my plate I guess. Also did some tomatoes. I always think I can get more done in a day than I actually do. I need to set my goals a lot lower so I'm not disappointed in myself.
  4. Shelby

    Dinner 2018 (Part 1)

    This looks so good. Could you share your green bean salad recipe please? It was just me last night so I had this:
  5. Shelby

    Dinner 2018 (Part 1)

    Salad and spaghetti and venison meatballs
  6. Shelby

    Dinner 2018 (Part 1)

    Oh this whole meal looks heavenly. Especially since you did it right and peeled the tomatoes
  7. Shelby

    Popsicles

    I always sit here and wish I was a recipient of your pops. I should take time to make some of my own. Laziness takes over lol. Also, your handwriting is impeccable. There is no way I could write that small and have it look that good.
  8. Shelby

    Dinner 2018 (Part 1)

    @ElsieDPopcorn Ice cream!!!!! WANT! Ronnie grilled us steaks last night. He did really good.
  9. Lots of veggies coming in. Weather has been pretty perfect. Not too awful hot.
  10. Canned and preserved all day yesterday and I didn't hardly make a dent. But that's ok . The poblano plants are packed full--they don't get very big, though...maybe because they are too packed lol. And, O M G they are SO hot. Anyway, picked a basket full and steam broiled them in the CSO to get the skins off. Luckily Little League baseball was on to keep me occupied during the tedious peeling. Then I got to use my VacMaster On to the mountains of okra and jalapeños
  11. Holy crap. The price was a total of $13.00 when I bought it. Including shipping.
  12. Hi @Kim Shook it's me again lol. I was looking through my CSO notes today and saw that I baked a banana bread--I'm sure it was just a plain one with no chips or anything-at 325F, steam bake, for 40 mins. My notes say "try 35 mins next time" which means I thought it was over done a bit. I was sure I had a box of those brownies, but I don't. If I did, I could tell you how long and temp I bake mine in the CSO. I will tell you this, though. This pan is the BOMB for making those brownies in there.
  13. Hmmmm.... I can't think of anything else. I guess if I were you I'd check them a lot sooner since Chris' were done in such a fast time? I know how frustrating it is to have to throw out such good veggies.
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