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Old 01-16-2006, 01:00 PM   #57
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I noticed whilst We were in Yr Wonderful Land, a LOT of food was laced in CINAMON ?... Chris, I don't know WHY, but I do know that lots of our favorite foods here contain cinnamon--from french toast to sweet potato pie. My all time favorite cinnamon treat is Snickerdoodles: a melt-in-the-mouth butter cookie rolled in cinnamon and sugar before baking. Heaven when served with hot coffee. Probably too "refined" for this trailer trash thread!

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Old 01-16-2006, 01:16 PM   #58
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I remember when I was young my mother would pull the liver and onions thing on me. Thank goodness we had a black lab that would eat anything!



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Old 01-16-2006, 02:33 PM   #59
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Good Eats:

You all are forgettin America's favorite trailer trash food. Can't beat it where ever you go.
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Old 01-16-2006, 06:05 PM   #60
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Originally Posted by Chaplain Kent
Let me first say that I have never made this nor have I ever tasted it. The reason has nothing to do with the beer and the chaplain connection, I enjoy a good beer. But rather the Velveeta cheese and the Wisconsin connection. Believe me it is hard to even type the name much less lend it as an ingredient but this is trailer trash recipes and I would think most fitting.
1 Block of Velveeta
2 cans of Miller High Life Beer (must be Miller!)
1 Medium red onion

Take one can of Miller High Life and place in a cooler to get ice cold.
Dice onion and brown in a dutch oven put in the block of Velveeta cheese and pour in a can of Miller High Life beer. Place over medium heat covered until the Velveeta is melted . Serve while drinking the Miller High Life from the cooler.
note you can extend this recipe by placing more Miller High Life beers in the cooler to cool while making the soup.

a recipie only a true wisconsinite would enjoy!

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Old 01-16-2006, 09:01 PM   #61
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Originally Posted by cooperhawk
You all are forgettin America's favorite trailer trash food. Can't beat it where ever you go.
Hot Dog and Beer- That's gourmet in my book, the perfect food. Take a steamed bun with poppy seeds and put in a steamed pure beef kosher wiener. Top that pure beef kosher wiener with mustard, tomatoes, pickle relish, celery salt and a slice of dill pickle, NO KETCHUP! Fill the mug with Genuine Miller Draft Beer and you have a gourmet feast. Let us not mix up trash food with the good stuff.
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Old 01-16-2006, 09:26 PM   #62
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Originally Posted by norbert
american cheese(velveeta) is easier to melt, and gives a smoothness rather then grainyness that one would wind up with had a good aged cheddar been employed. keep the good cheese to accompany your mad dog 20/20....
There is a connection between american cheese (actually process cheese food product) and Airstreams.

Process cheese, especially the good soft stuff, contains lots of sodium "aluminum" phosphate, along with other phosphates and chemicals.

So you can sit in your airstream and enjoy a tasty aluminum snack!

That makes it the perfect low class trailer cuisine.
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Old 01-16-2006, 10:34 PM   #63
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Old 01-16-2006, 10:58 PM   #64
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Where's My Glasses ?..

Sick poodles...what next... lol, Sorry read it wrong, Snickerdoodles...LOL, Do U Guys have all the space names 4 candies, such as Milky Way, Mars Bars, Orbit, Zoom, Star Burst, & many, many millions more, I actualy luv the Shoppin Malls in Orlando, I always eat at different places, try something what I nvr tried B4, some I try agn, othere if I nvr try it agn, it's 2 soon...LOL, but I guess I jus miss Yr Pizzas, Fries n good 'ole fashioned BURGERS...Mmm... what is it abt food, U can't live with some of it, nor can U live without it... trouble with food is, it gets in Yr mouth, My Mom, Bless Her used 2 leave My meal till the next day if I refused 2 eat it, I got nothing else 'til I apreciated what she had made 4 Me, U wanna kn jus how many times I hid my sausages down My SOCKS, now I adore them...LOL, at this point I jus wanna mention My 'ole mutt, Bingo, He helped Me out many, oh ! so many times whilst He sat under the table, & never told on Me once...that was when He was allowed in the kitchen.. Mom knew what I was doin, but at least it was'nt wasted...LOL... Food, it's a wonderful thing, I once read a recipe book of a hundred things one can do with a chicken, well WRONG, it's a Hundred & ONE........if U EAT the thing... LMAO...Chris.....
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Old 01-16-2006, 11:21 PM   #65
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just fryed!

After scrubbing and scrubbing our 55 I am sure that the cuisine of trailers must be "anything deep fried". I am new to this but there is a lot of conclusive evidence!
Even with all of this vote for trailer trash food would be cornflakes with beer for breakfast, sardines on saltines for lunch, roasting vienna sausages over the campfire for dinner, and pork rinds for snacks.
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Old 01-17-2006, 07:42 AM   #66
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Velveeta and Instant Mashed Potato Casserole

When I was young my mother was very frugal and created a meal she called Velveeta and Instant Mashed Potato Casserole. We were also served instant powdered milk to go with it. This was one of the most vile meals I have ever eaten ... Maybe this is how she convinced us all to leave the house at an early age .. Hey how about the old standby Tuna Noodle Casserole.. The one where the main ingredient is a can of cream of mushroom soup.
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Old 01-17-2006, 07:52 AM   #67
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Tuna Noodle Cassarole

Oh! I wish you had not mentioned that cassarole. My Mother made it all the time, and now my Wife has her recipes and she started to make it. I am burned OUT on that.
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Old 01-17-2006, 07:53 AM   #68
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Originally Posted by DEO
When I was young my mother was very frugal......
oh yeah?.......well my mother made fruit cake with gumdrops instead of fruit!.....
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Why I started Cooking at 11

My mother grew up during the depression.
My mother LIKED liver and onions.
Mother's idea of Haute Cruisine was hotdog octopuses (Split the hotdog into quarters half way up and grill in a pan. Watch the legs curl up.)

I met an Italian girl at school whose parents owned a small grocery store and deli. There I found out about garlic, oregano, pasta and the joy of cooking. As a surprise for my mother, I made dinner following Anna Maria Esposito's favorite spaghetti recipe.

Mom gave me the keys to the.... stove.

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There's always Hamburg and Tuna Helper. 3 for a dolla Mac n Cheese. Packaged Stroganoff mix (that stuff rules with Hamburg).

My dad liked Pressure cooker beans, the only ingredients were salt and salt pork.
I think he liked em cause no one else would eat them, always had a side dish of vinegar and raw onions..........

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