For those who love small streams, wild trout, and life...in their simplest form
Thursday, May 16, 2019
Some food for thought.....
Pepperoni that wonderful dry Italian sausage that most of us love. Here's my thoughts on this spicy stick. What you have to get past is the urge to pick up that twin pack you see in the grocery store, you know the one hanging on a rack without refrigeration. Man that stuff is nasty. Find yourself a store that offers bulk pepperoni. It comes in a 10lb box and it is packed loose, no cry-o-vac package. This is the real stuff. Most Italian delis stock this pepperoni, and some supermarkets will have it available. When you get it home just wrap it in paper, waxed paper is good and keep it in the refrigerator. When buying pepperoni like this the one thing you'll notice right away is there is no red oily stuff purging from it. Just dry spicy goodness.
Here's a good simple dish that is comprised of ground venison Knorr pasta sides and some sliced yellow squash and onion. Use a pound of venison which you will brown in some oil. In another pan prepare two packages of Knorr pasta sides according to directions. When the venison is cooked remove it to a dish. Add your sliced squash with onions to the pan and cook. In a casserole dish put the pasta mix in, then add the venison with the squash and onion and a half cup of milk. Mix it well. Sprinkle top with some cheddar cheese and place in a 375 degree oven and bake for about 15 minutes.
You can use any type of ground meat you like, as well as Knorr rice sides. Experiment, it's so delicious.