Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Bluegill marinades

Here's what you do Ice Fishermen: Blue Gill with Lemon and Pepper/ Soak em in Dill and Soy Sauce. Put the Blue Gill meat Inside a Potato skin / Scoop the Potato out and stuff the blue gill inside and cook on low//Cook on low heat/ gas, wood burning stove or fire pit in Our case. Side of Fried onions and green peppers with melted cheese on your cottage cheese. Fill ya up good!~ Refreshments. Hamms Beer or Kool Aid. Next week Ill show everyone and all the city folk on this board the Proper way to cook Snapping Turtle. Its delicious.


condensed milk
regular milk

lemon lime soda pop die 45 minutes.

Or use a water and baking soda mix.  That is cheap

Or Italian dressing

Baked Bream and Crappie Recipe
1. Mix fillets in yellow mustard. Roll in Zatarain Fish Seasoning mix.

2. Place fillets on cooking sheet that is sprayed with PAM. Spray top of fillets with PAM. Bake on 450 for about 6-7 minutes. Turn filets over and spray again with PAM. Bake for another 6-7 minutes. Time will vary as to how brown or crispy you want the fish.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

A note on Potassium

From Eat This Not That

Your body uses potassium to keep your nerves and muscles firing efficiently, and an adequate intake can blunt sodium’s effect on blood pressure. One 2009 study found that a 2:1 ratio of potassium to sodium could halve your risk of heart disease, and since the average American consumes about 3,400 milligrams of sodium each day, your goal should be 6,800 milligrams of daily potassium. You’re extremely unlikely to ever reach that mark—and never with bananas alone. One medium banana has 422 milligrams and 105 calories. Here are the sources that earn you roughly the same amount of potassium in fewer calories: * Potato, half a medium spud, 80 calories * Apricots, 5 whole fruit, 80 calories * Cantaloupe, 1 cup cubes, 55 calories * Broccoli, 1 full stalk, 50 calories * Sun-dried tomatoes, a quarter cup, 35 calories

Sunday, March 4, 2012

cake devil's food 100 years apart

Well this is not a healthy recipe at all.
However, it is interesting to see these two recipes 100 years apart.