Gatorchatter Recipes

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      You should have just *liked* his post. Get the grand bovine all pissed off again. :)
       
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        Of course he hates recipes. How many different ways are there to eat grass? Maybe a Les Miles cookbook would appeal to him.
         
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          Ingredients

          • 1 1⁄2 ounces rum
          • 5 ounces cola
          Directions

          1. Mix ingredients in a highball glass two-thirds full of ice.
          2. Stir briskly and serve.
           
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            Ingredients

            • 1/2 ounce orange (campari)
            • 1 ounce light rum
            • 1/2 ounce coconut rum
            • orange juice
            • pineapple juice
             
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              SWAMP DONKEY
              RUM AND COKE


              YIELD
              1 drink



              INGREDIENTS
                • 1 1/2 ounces rum
                • 5 ounces co

              INSTRUCTIONS
                1. Mix ingredients in a highball glass two-thirds full of ice.
                2. Stir briskly and serve.
               
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              I put your 2 drink recipes in the GatorChatter cookbook.



              [​IMG]SWAMP DONKEY
              BAHAMAS RUM PUNCH


              YIELD
              1 drink



              INGREDIENTS
                • 1/2 ounce campari orange
                • 1 ounce light rum
                • 1/2 ounce coconut rum
                • orange juice
                • pineapple juice

              INSTRUCTIONS
                1. Pour all ingredients into a glass.
                2. Use equal parts orange juice and pineapple juice.
                3. You decide how much ice you want.
                4. Play around with the amounts.
               
            • BNAG8R

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              BNAG8R’S Chili

              I bring this to the last tailgate of the season. Simple but yum.

              Medium green pepper
              Medium yellow onion
              3 garlic cloves
              1 seranno pepper chopped
              3/4 lb ground sirloin
              3/4 lb ground pork (or bison or lamb)
              3 slices uncured bacon
              3+ tbsp Chili powder (I’ll do 1 tbsp dark chili powder)
              28 oz can chopped tomatoes
              4 oz can tomato paste
              1 beer (Corona is my choice)
              2 cans beans (black beans + kidney or pinto)
              1 tsp cumin
              1/2 tsp cayenne
              Salt and pepper to taste
              Shredded cheese
              Sour cream
              Your favorite hot sauce


              Prep:
              Put bacon in freezer for 10 min to harden
              chop green pepper and onion (1/4 to 1/2”)
              Fine chop garlic
              Chop bacon 1/2”
              Mix meat

              In an 8 quart pot over medium heat, cook the bacon down retaining half (or more) of bacon grease. Add garlic to grease, sauté, and then add onions and green peppers with seranno pepper and sauté to medium crisp. Move veggies to side, and brown meat in open side of pot, mixing meat and veggies together 1/2 way through browning. When nearly browned, add chili powder, cumin, cayenne, salt and pepper and finish browning. Drain tomatoes and add, together with beans, and tomato paste (I don’t add the whole can, makes it too tomatoey) and stir. Continuing to stir, add beer. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat to low and simmer for at least an hour. Add more beer while simmering to preferred consistency.

              Garnish with cheese, hot sauce, and a dollop of sour cream.

              I’ll eat it after an hour of simmering, but the longer the simmer, the more flavorful - I’ll usually make it up in the morning and eat mid-afternoon. It’s better again the next day.
               
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                This looks pretty good and is real close to mine. I use a mix of marinated venison and pork loin, cubed, and ground sausage for background. I prefer no beans. I like smoked paprica and ancho chili powder. Datils and cayenne for heat. Masa Harina for a thickener. I don't add green pepper, but I do use a couple tablespoons of brown sugar or molasses to add balance to the savory or add a high % cacao bar near the end before serving. Some type of corn bread on the side. I usually put a hunk in the bottom of the bowl.
                 

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