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    Thanks for the suggestions on this one........anyone else wish to make a suggestion. Perhaps I can have BRDad help do a poll.

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    Maine Geo-Event Recipe Collection
    Maine Geo-Event Recipes
    Maine Geo-Event Geo-Grub
    Maine Geocacher's Recipe Favorites
    And my favorite: "Caching; It's What for Dinnah"

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    Go to the poll forums.

    Click New thread.

    Type your title and post as you normally do.

    Scroll down and click the box next to "Yes, post a poll with this thread"

    Enter the number of options you want your poll to include.

    Click Submit new thread.

    Set up your poll on the next page and submit!
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    Once there are a few more suggestions for the Recipe Book Title - I think we can do this!

    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    Go to the poll forums.

    Click New thread.

    Type your title and post as you normally do.

    Scroll down and click the box next to "Yes, post a poll with this thread"

    Enter the number of options you want your poll to include.

    Click Submit new thread.

    Set up your poll on the next page and submit!

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    Lee made the pistachio cake the other day, it was very good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    Lee made the pistachio cake the other day, it was very good.
    Didn't save any for guests I guess.
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    Hey! Cool idea! I just found this thread tonight, I like it. And that, photo, wow! that must be some super extreme awesome master chef of the great north to prepare food like that, and he's probably good looking too...

    although none of my recipes are formally written down and mostly put together from memory (and lots of beer) I'll see if i can't put into words some simple ways to make yummies in the middle of nowhere...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ekidokai View Post
    Didn't save any for guests I guess.
    That would have been the empty cake plate on the dining room table. Lee says there was plenty when she last saw it. I wonder who ate it all...
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    I've made two chicken dishes recently that folks ranted and raved about. The one in Eustis can only be duplicated if you find out what Teriyaki sauce they stock at their meat counter next to the campground. The other was just as easy using a pumpkin spice beer. Pour the beer/sauce over the chickens and let them slow cook all day. That simple...Anyone can do it!
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    Default Our Family Recipe for Dynamites!

    Dynamites (JustPJ66)

    Beef Marrow Bones( if you dont start it with the marrow bones it wont be good)
    1 large bunch Celery, coarsely
    chopped
    8 large Green Peppers coarsely
    chopped
    2 pounds onions, coarsely chopped
    1 Tablespoon minced garlic
    teaspoon Crushed Red Pepper
    1 Teaspoon Salt
    1 Teaspoon pepper
    1 large Can Crushed Tomatoes
    1 large can Tomato Paste
    1 small can Tomato Paste
    cup oil


    Instructions:

    Boil bones, celery, peppers,
    onions, garlic, red pepper, salt and
    pepper, and oil in just enough water
    to cook vegetables. Be careful here
    use as little as you can get away
    with but be sure they are cooked.

    When they are all tender and cooked
    through remove the bone and add
    tomatoes and simmer while making
    meatballs. (see meatball recipe)
    After meatballs are added add
    tomato paste and simmer for about 2
    hours on very low heat. Stir often to
    keep from scorching.

    This is normally served on a hotdog
    roll or can be used as a spaghetti
    sauce.


    Meatball for Dynamites

    1 pound Hamburger
    1 Cup quick cook Oatmeal
    Teaspoon Salt
    Teaspoon minced garlic
    Cup grated Parmesan Cheese
    2 Eggs

    Instructions:

    Mix everything together and
    form into little balls. And brown in
    a frying pan and drop into Dynamite
    sauce (see Dynamite recipe) or bake
    in oven for 15 to 20 min at 350F
    and use in store bought spaghetti
    sauce.
    Hey! Dont forget to submit your suggestions for the Ammo Can! It's your newsletter. Help to make it wonderful!! P.S. I apologize now for the typos and misspellings in my post.

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    Default Hiker Bars

    Cup Olivio (or other margarine)
    Cup Brown Sugar
    Cup Molasses
    1 Egg
    1 Cup Whole Wheat Flour
    Cup Unprocessed Bran
    tsp. Salt
    tsp. Baking Soda
    tsp. Ginger
    tsp. Cloves
    tsp. Cinnamon
    1 Cups Old Fashioned Oats
    2 Cups Raisins
    Cup finely chopped Pecans or other nuts (optional)
    Blend Margarine and Sugar completely.
    Add Molasses and Egg, mix well.
    Stir in Flour, Bran, Salt, Soda, and Spices mix well.
    Stir in Oats, Raisins, and nuts.
    Spread out the dough on an ungreased cookie sheet and flatten to about inch thick in any shape or shapes you wish and smoothe with a spatula (I make a long narrow bar shape and cut it up after baking, but you can also make cookies.)
    Bake in pre-heated oven at 375 degrees for 9 minutes. Cut if necessary, and remove from cookie sheet immediately. Wrap each bar in plastic wrap or foil while still warm.(Plastic wrapped can be heated before eating in a microwave 20 seconds; use foil for reheating on a woodstove.) Freeze to make them last longer. Yield: 12 bars or cookies.

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