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Old 01-18-2006, 11:28 PM   #11
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i went with an adapdation of brian chefs recipe. I did have about 12 med taters and used bout 9 T spoons of flower . Came out great. My hunting buddy was gonna come by for breakfast so in the last batch i put a peice of venison jerky in every tot, but mistakingly didnt roll it into the actual tot... topped each with a lil ketchup .. venison got even drier, but not to shabby
.. the tots were awesome but my buddy never showed up to have breakfast so's I ended up putting them in a very hot cambells chicky noodle soup.tater and venison and all cold ..... cooled down the soup warmed the taters and the venison jerky sucked all the yumminess I had going on. onion salt and pepper ...

imho he missed out bigtime

after I hot cup of vanilla hazelnut tea I was out like a light .... one of the best lunches i had in a long time

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