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Food & Drink – On and Off the Jobsite, Volume 3

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  • #760361
    JimDaddyO
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    Wawa, ON

    We went down the road on a walk with the dog. In about 1/2 hour we got this. Wild blueberries and a few wild raspberries too.

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    GTokley
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    Belleville, ON

    We went down the road on a walk with the dog. In about 1/2 hour we got this. Wild blueberries and a few wild raspberries too.

    Nice the joys of the north country. Looks like a good year for berries. Looks like your friend the bear never got all the berries.

    Greg
    Do More of What Makes You Happy

    #760373

    We went down the road on a walk with the dog. In about 1/2 hour we got this. Wild blueberries and a few wild raspberries too.

    Those are my favorite , love raspberries , I remember picking them when I was a kid , my mom wasn’t impressed with the stained shirt lol

    #761767
    GTokley
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    Belleville, ON

    Well it is that time of year again. I picked up order potatoes for the winter. I got five 50lbs bags.

    Greg
    Do More of What Makes You Happy

    #761832
    MTRoads
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    Near Glacier National Park, MT

    So far we have 4 varieties of apples, 3 varieties of tomatoes, peas, squash from the garden. The eating apples are some of the best I have had in a long time.
    Next year we should have a few more items, along with being on the place in time for the small patch of huckleberries that are reported to be on the property.

    Stan
    From the Northwest corner of Montana.

    #761863

    Well it is that time of year again. I picked up order potatoes for the winter. I got five 50lbs bags.

    That’s a lot of potatoes
    We could make a huge amount of perogies and gnocchi with that , would be great to freeze and have for a later time
    We bought a potato fluffer I think it’s called , cheap and make a huge difference for making gnocchi

    #761866
    GTokley
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    Belleville, ON

    Well it is that time of year again. I picked up order potatoes for the winter. I got five 50lbs bags.

    That’s a lot of potatoes

    We could make a huge amount of perogies and gnocchi with that , would be great to freeze and have for a later time

    We bought a potato fluffer I think it’s called , cheap and make a huge difference for making gnocchi

    LOL! Yeah it is alot of potatoes. Two of those bags and the rest are for other people.

    Greg
    Do More of What Makes You Happy

    #761953
    Doobie
    Moderator

    I bought a box of fresh oysters at the grocery store a couple of days ago and I’m going to try shucking them myself for the very first time.

    I just love oysters with a French minuet. Haven’t had any in a long time. There’s a place here in town that used to do it once a month when I used to go in there and sometimes order up to 50 of them and drink beer. Unfortunately due to covid-19 they stopped doing that.

    I’m having trouble finding a good recipe for the French minuet on the internet that seems right to me. None of them seem to be like the one that is served up the street from me and the chef that used to work there isn’t there any longer so I can’t ask him.

    #761975
    Miamicuse
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    Fort Lauderdale, Florida

    I bought a box of fresh oysters at the grocery store a couple of days ago and I’m going to try shucking them myself for the very first time.

    I just love oysters with a French minuet. Haven’t had any in a long time. There’s a place here in town that used to do it once a month when I used to go in there and sometimes order up to 50 of them and drink beer. Unfortunately due to covid-19 they stopped doing that.

    I’m having trouble finding a good recipe for the French minuet on the internet that seems right to me. None of them seem to be like the one that is served up the street from me and the chef that used to work there isn’t there any longer so I can’t ask him.

    I haven’t done my own shucking, it seems to be a rather dangerous task, slippery, wet, sharp instrument…not a good combination. If I have to do it I would put the oyster in a vise and use a SDS max clay spade bit to shuck LOL.

    #761978
    Doobie
    Moderator

    I bought a box of fresh oysters at the grocery store a couple of days ago and I’m going to try shucking them myself for the very first time.

    I just love oysters with a French minuet. Haven’t had any in a long time. There’s a place here in town that used to do it once a month when I used to go in there and sometimes order up to 50 of them and drink beer. Unfortunately due to covid-19 they stopped doing that.

    I’m having trouble finding a good recipe for the French minuet on the internet that seems right to me. None of them seem to be like the one that is served up the street from me and the chef that used to work there isn’t there any longer so I can’t ask him.

    I haven’t done my own shucking, it seems to be a rather dangerous task, slippery, wet, sharp instrument…not a good combination. If I have to do it I would put the oyster in a vise and use a SDS max clay spade bit to shuck LOL.

    OK, now that’s overkill! Lol!

    I do have a steel mesh glove I bought years ago and have never used. May have bought it with this in mind, I honestly can’t recall. I’ve have both my shucker tool and that glove for maybe ten years now. ‘Bout time I get around to using them.

    #762051

    I bought a box of fresh oysters at the grocery store a couple of days ago and I’m going to try shucking them myself for the very first time.

    I just love oysters with a French minuet. Haven’t had any in a long time. There’s a place here in town that used to do it once a month when I used to go in there and sometimes order up to 50 of them and drink beer. Unfortunately due to covid-19 they stopped doing that.

    I’m having trouble finding a good recipe for the French minuet on the internet that seems right to me. None of them seem to be like the one that is served up the street from me and the chef that used to work there isn’t there any longer so I can’t ask him.

    I haven’t done my own shucking, it seems to be a rather dangerous task, slippery, wet, sharp instrument…not a good combination. If I have to do it I would put the oyster in a vise and use a SDS max clay spade bit to shuck LOL.

    Lmao 😆🤣 yeah I could just picture that lol

    #762083
    Sprokitz
    Pro
    Eastern shore of, Pa

    I just love oysters with a French minuet

    I always preferred British rock with oysters

    #762879
    Doobie
    Moderator

    I just love oysters with a French minuet

    I always preferred British rock with oysters

    So you are saying what here Charles?

    You like to ‘Tulip Around’ when it comes to oysters… I don’t get it!

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