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Old 08-28-2008, 06:58 PM   #11
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Yeah, you guys down south have really been getting hit bad with the rain...we have not had rain in over 3 weeks up in PA....even FAY may just be a drizzle here...everyone have a great holiday camping
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Old 08-28-2008, 07:17 PM   #12
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How about meatballs, egg noodles and cream of mushroom soup.
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Old 08-28-2008, 07:26 PM   #13
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Hi Daniel,

That's a good lookin' prospective ham you have there in your QRZ photo. Good story about your call sign as well. Nice to meet you.

Thank you, that is the youngest of 4 grandkids. He is will be 3 in September. Three grandsons and one granddaughter. Ages 6,4,3 and 11 respectively.

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Thought I'd drag up this old thread again to see what ideas are out there.

I used to like to jazz up ordinary chicken noodle soup with a splash of Worcestershire sauce. Not bad. The other day I dashed some Old Bay Seasoning in there and that helped a lot.

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Tuna salad: 1 can tuna, drained; mayonnaise, pickle relish and then Old Bay Seasoning and Texas Pete or Tabasco.
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Wow, an eight-year-old thread.

My Dad, a Navy lifer (Chief Radioman), sang even worse than I do, but I learned this from him:

I'm Popeye the Sailor Man,
I live in a garbage can.
I eat my spinach right out of the can,
I'm Popeye the Sailor Man.

I'm Popeye the Sailor Man,
I hug all the girls I can;
I like to go swimmin' with bowlegged women,
I'm Popeye the Sailor Man.


and about a gazillion more verses.

Me, I don't understand why anyone would eat spinach at all. But Wade puts it in soup, if I recall, and I guess he must eat the stuff too.

Mushrooms, on the other hand, yum. But avoid Amanita phalloides (the death cap) and Amanita virosa (destroying angel). But Amanita rubescens (the blusher) is said to be safe when cooked, and quite delicious. Thanks, I'll pass -- identification is too difficult. I'll enjoy the ones from the grocery store.
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Old 06-07-2016, 02:59 PM   #16
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I take mushrooms in a jar and mushrooms in a small can. The ones in the jar are for pizza, omelets and other stuff and so must be resealed. The ones in the can go with steak as detailed above.
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Someone ask "Doesn't anybody eat out of cans any more?" (Ok so I changed it a bit)

Though I do have a few cans of this or that lying about.. The processors use some rather nasty stuff when they can them, Assorted preservatives, High Fructose Corn Syurp, Tons of SALT and other things I really would rather not consume.

Thus, I go fresh as much as possible.

However some days.... I just flat do not feel like cooking.
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The thread title says "Eating right out of the can." But what if i've been eating wrong out of the can? How can I know I'm doing it right?
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However some days.... I just flat do not feel like cooking.
Some days, not. And sometimes I'm too busy with the steaks to mess around much with beans or what not, especially since BBQ style beans aren't that bad really coming right out of the can.

My needs are to stock the camper a little at a time before a trip, and save whatever is left for the next trip. So there are cans. Jars. So on. Thus this thread about jazzing up stuff right out of the can to make things more palatable.
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I am seeing a lot about spinach and mushrooms. 2 of my favorite things. Just put both of them and some grated cheddar cheese in a 3 egg omlet and you have a great breakfast. Eggs are kind of in their own natural can.
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