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    Recipes

    OK SS’ers, here’s my recipe for a great trail snack, “Squirrel Brains!” (Honey Roasted Pecans… seriously.) Let’s hear yours!

    3 table spoons of honey
    2 cups of raw pecans
    2 table spoons of brown sugar
    2 tea spoons of sea salt
    ½ tea spoon of ground cayenne pepper

    Pre-heat oven to 397 degrees – round up if you have to. Dump the honey in a bigish bowl then add the pecans. Stir this around a bit with a stick or wooden spoon until all of the nuts are happily coated in honey, then set aside. Mix the rest of the dry stuff in a smaller bowl. Then have your beautiful assistant sprinkle the dry mix over your sticky nuts whilst you stir them. Once evenly coated, spread nuts into a single layer onto a parchment paper (or foil or plain) lined cookie sheet. Pop ‘em in the oven to roast for around 7 minutes, 11 seconds. Remove from oven and allow to cool. Put a handful in a ziplock baggie for easy pocket transport to enjoy on your next ride.
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    That looks delicious... can you ship some to me?? i don't have an oven in my dorm
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    Then have your beautiful assistant sprinkle the dry mix over your sticky nuts




    Dude that looks awesome! I'm usually bringing a PB&J and an apple but I think I have to give those squirrel brains a try.

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    ... and if we just ...

    Quote Originally Posted by RedGreen
    That looks delicious... can you ship some to me?? i don't have an oven in my dorm

    Toaster oven? Cut the recipe in half...

    Or maybe you could talk Large Marge in the cafeteria into whiping some up? 100x the recipe for your schoolmates...
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    Bacon Candy:

    Ingredients:

    -2lbs 'ends and pieces' bacon, the fattier the better.
    -@1 cup whole wheat flour
    -@3/4 cup dark brown sugar
    -some sea salt
    -some honey
    -whatever else you want to throw in there.
    -6 pack of beer

    Tools:

    -Frying pan
    -Large mixing bowl
    -Cutting board
    -Mini muffin pan
    -Knife
    -Aluminum foil
    -A really big hammer

    Directions:

    Step 1: Fry the bacon.
    Step 1.5: while the bacon is frying, mix all the other ingredients in the large bowl.
    Step 1.52: You should be pre-heating the oven to 350 degrees farenheit while doing this.

    Step 2: When the bacon is cooked to 'chewy', take it out and cut it up into tiny pieces. Mix this into the large bowl with the other ingredients.

    Step 3: Pour all of the bacon fat out of the pan and into the bowl with the other ingredients.

    Step 4: Mix it all together really well. If it's too thick, pour a little bit of the beer you should be drinking in there.

    Step 5: put it into the mini muffin pan. do not overfill the thing, you'll regret it.

    Step 6: place a layer of aluminum foil bigger than the mini muffin pan on the middle rack of the oven

    Step 7: put the mini muffin tin on top of the aluminum foil, in the over, and leave it there for 45 minutes to an hour.

    Step 8: When it's done, take it out, let it cool. once cool enough not to melt anything, put it in the fridge for a while. this'll make it easier to get the candy out.

    Step 9: Try not to eat all of it right away...

    Step 10: You haven't finished the 6 pack?!? WTF is wrong with you?

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    And what could be better than BACON!?

    Excellent... I'm going to the fridge right now... Looks like I'm low on beer though.
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    mf. This is a great thread. I don't like much work. I usually roll some form of tortillas and cheese. I hope I don't have to post a recipe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by umarth
    mf. This is a great thread. I don't like much work. I usually roll some form of tortillas and cheese. I hope I don't have to post a recipe.
    + 1.

    have you ever tried PB and cream cheese in a tortilla?

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    Injun Joe and Sean Sallach,

    Those both sound great, making me hungry and I just filled up with cookies and milk!
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    Injun Joe,
    You had me at cayenne pepper....


    I am so making a batch of squirrel brains this weekend!!! Nice thread.

    (Bacon candy will have to be tried as well)

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