Good going Mr. Chips Jr! So wonderful to see the love and fun of cooking in our younger ones.
And why isnt he posting his own threads, Mr C..????
Come on, Mrchips, Jr…
Make it a family affair now..
Psst. listen to your auntie tara..
join in and join the fun here..
ssh.. dont tell dad or mom I told you…
While I was at work today, son Sam and wife Trudy took a trip up the Columbia Gorge to Hood River.(evidently there was some new scrapbooking store that Trudy had to look up). On the way, she and Sam bought a 12 pound salmon from one of the first nation fisherman in a restaurant parking lot in Cascade Locks. Sam and Trudy filleted the fish and Sam wrapped it in foil and cooked it himself along with corn on the cob and green beans. It was the first time he had ever tried a meal this complicated and it was wonderful. I told him how good it was and he beamed. He also told me since I was on roadfood so much I better tell everyone. So now I have.
we feed the catfish in our pond with dog food, you should see the water about 15 seconds after the food hits. You would think JAWS was attacking.
Never thought about scratch, might have to try it.
although the catfish usually aren’t given a pardon [V]
I’m afraid to ask.
What is chicken scratch? How does it ripen?
My grandson just caught a huge carp off my dock. It was a huge task as there are only about 1000 of them every day because I feed the ducks with chicken scratch and the corn goes to the bottom. The carp love it when it gets ripe.
He is only 5 but I have to think a minute about fileting the carp to cook as described.[}:)] He only caught one because that is only the one I would allow him. They are tame and hooked on the food.
Grandson had a blast and I immediately released the carp with the barbless hook.
Paul E. Smith
Great to see them cooking this way and trying something new. My son, also loves to try out new ideas. He made loose meat hamburgers awhile back for the first time and loved them. He even is thinking about opening up a restaurant and selling these loose meat sliders. He loves to try new ideas when cooking.
Congrats Junior! Now to try one on a cedar plank…
Congratulations on your introduction to the Roadfood Family, Young Mr. Chips. You are beginning a great adventure in the exploration of the Food World![:D]
My Son Cooks A Salmon
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