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  • Firehouse food

    What is your favorite firehouse meal?

  • #2
    One that I do not have to cook for once.

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    • #3
      Chief Taylor, I couldn't agree with you more!

      But I also have to say that my favorite has to be the Barbaque Sandwhich or Steak.

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      • #4
        The hand made Pizza that we make every Friday that we work. We make about 6 pies, then hit the leftovers on the Sunday shift.

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        • #5
          You make pizza on Fridays and there are still leftovers on Sunday when you get back? What d'you do, lock the refrigerator?

          I've gotten pretty fond of Italian sausage with peppers and onions and lots of Gulden's mustard, myself...

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          • #6
            Stuffed inch thick porkchops sitting in cinnamon applesauce YUM YUM

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            • #7
              Bean, Beef and Chicken Burritos, Those are the best especially once the beans are ready you mix in the chicken and then the beef it is delicous

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              • #8
                I've got a "recipe" for mesquite chicken that we sometimes throw on the grill... after marinating for 6-7 hours. Great for kabobs with beef, chicken, cherry tomatoes, green bell peppers, onions, and mushrooms seved with rice. If anyone wants it, I'll list it... lemme know. My old crew at Engine 18 loved it.

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                • #9
                  Lumpy649, ya'll got mesquite in VA? If ya need some more, just holler. I like taking about a 12# brisket and smoking it all day (at about 250') with mesquite or pecan. Serve it up with some frijoles barracho, tater salad and a big ol' pan of cornbread followed with a half burnt peach cobbler. Gotta go, I'm hungry now.

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                  TROLL

                  Just my opinions, not my departments. If they are alike, it usually means somethin's gonna happen!

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                  • #10
                    We make some pretty good stuff for dinner at our station. Its my few good meals I get a week and practical the only veggies i get in the week. One of my favorites is called Snakes and Tatters
                    potatos
                    onions
                    saussage

                    just put it all in a pot
                    is good!

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                    • #11
                      Nobull, throw in some cabbage and carrots with that for a change. Won't have to fill up with gas for a coupla days!! Also, try it with some Boudain.

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                      TROLL

                      Just my opinions, not my departments. If they are alike, it usually means somethin's gonna happen!

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                      • #12
                        Here's a quick and easy snack for football game days, baseball...etc..

                        Small crock pot, medium sized block of velveeta cheese, can of hormel chili (with or without beans) and a large bag of tortilla chips, corn chips, or whatever you prefer..

                        Start about an hour before the game/event..
                        Cut the velveeta up in cubes, put in the crock pot on low...add the chili...let simmer for an hour, stirring frequently....a great chip dip!! NOTE: the poor slob that has to wash the crock pot will need elbow grease, lots of soap, and possibly a sandblaster.

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                        • #13
                          My first meal when I got on the job was a salmon filet baked with a crust of crabmeat, I forget the sides. Boy did they trick me, never again did we eat like that in that house!

                          Easy- Firehouse 1-2-3: Roast, Mashed Potatos, Green Beans.

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                          Crabcakes, Fried Oysters, Venison Meatloaf, Venison Tenderloins, Roast Chicken, Turkey, Fried Cabbage, Cornbread, Mashed Potatos and Cabbage, Sausage, Omelettes, Baked Rockfish, Glazed Carrots, Steamed Broccoli, Stuffed Pork Chops, Lasagne, Potato Salad, Cole Slaw, BBQ Chicken, Burgers, etc...

                          Troll911- Frijoles Barracho? I know what a frijole is but what the h*ll is a barracho? My girlfriend used to call me that, while I'm pretty sure she liked me, she wouldn't tell me what it meant. Then she moved to alaska.

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                          • #14
                            Fresh walleye or lake perch(deep fried-of course),with homemade coleslaw,homemade potatoe salad(with cucumbers),and fresh rye bread!!!!!!Fridays at the firehouse rule!(cause my wife doesn't like fish)

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                            • #15
                              No one can EVER go wrong with Peanut Butter and Jelly!

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