Log Cabin Grub

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The chuck wagon is here and the dinner bell is ringing. Log Cabin Grub is filled with basic recipes for simple, rustic-style cooking, including recipes for fish and wild meat, rattlesnake, grouse, buffalo, jackrabbit, woodchuck, bear, catfish, and even breads, desserts, and candy. You'll even find some handy remedies and helpful hints.

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Overview

The chuck wagon is here and the dinner bell is ringing. Log Cabin Grub is filled with basic recipes for simple, rustic-style cooking, including recipes for fish and wild meat, rattlesnake, grouse, buffalo, jackrabbit, woodchuck, bear, catfish, and even breads, desserts, and candy. You'll even find some handy remedies and helpful hints.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781423622659
  • Publisher: Smith, Gibbs Publisher
  • Publication date: 3/1/2011
  • Format: Spiral Bound
  • Pages: 128
  • Product dimensions: 5.60 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Colleen Sloan is the owner of Log Cabin Grub Cookbooks, which includes Log Cabin Grub, Dutch Oven Black Pot Cookin, and Log Cabin Campfire. She Lives in Sandy, Utah.

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Bear Meat Mountaineer Stew

2 1/2 lbs Meat

2 1/2 cups Water

1 tsp. Salt

1/2 tsp. Pepper

1/2 cup Greens (Onions)

3 or 4 Carrots

3 or 4 Sego Lily Bulbs (Potatoes Substitute)

2 cups wild Vegetables (or store bought)

3 tbsp. Flour and 1/4 cup Water

Cut meat in small pieces. Add water and spices. Cover Dutch Oven and simmer for 1 1/2 hours, stir occasionally. Add all the rest of ingredients and simmer till tender. Mix flour and water together and make paste. Add to stew. By changing meat to lamb and adding peas the last 15 minutes, this becomes Irish Mountain Stew.

Jackrabbit Stew

2 Rabbits (or 3 Chickens)

1 large onion (chopped)

1 tsp. Salt

2/3 tbsp. Chili Powder

1 1/2 cups flour

2 to 3 qts. water

2 large onions (sliced)

6 Carrots (halved)

2 Sweet Peppers

4 tsp. Salt

3/4 cups Shortening or Lard

Cut meat into serving size pieces. Roll in flour, and brown in oil in frying pan. Drain off excess oil, and return meat to pan. Use chopped onion to fry meat and sliced to stew. Add water to meat and simmer for two hours. Add all vegetables and simmer until carrots are tender. The company won't mind the hare in this soup, but they might object to the feathers.

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Table of Contents

Introduction 2

"LET'S TALK ABOUT VINEGAR"

ALL ABOUT THE BOOK 8

CAST IRON HISTORY 9

JUDGING THE RIGHT TEMPERATURE 10

CLEANING YOUR DUTCH OVEN 12

CARE AND STORING OF YOUR OVEN 13

STACKING DUTCH OVENS 14

SEASONING YOUR DUTCH OVEN 15

ACCESSORIZE YOUR DUTCH OVEN 16

BARBECUE SAUCE FOR ALL MEATS 17

OLD FASHION DEER JERKY 17

LOG CABIN CHICKEN PIE 18

PRAIRIE CHICKEN OR SAGE GROUSE 19

YOU WISH CHICKEN LEGS 19

MULLIGAN STEW 20

STEWED CHICKEN 20

WILD GAME BIRDS 21

SAGE DRESSING BY GRANNY 21

WILD GAME JERKY 22

VENISON 22

ROAST LEG 22

BUFFALO COMPANY SOUR 23

JACKRABBIT STEW 23

COWBOY STEW 24

NEVER FAIl, DUMPLINGS 24

SQUEAK BUBBLE AND MEAT 25

MAKING CORN BEEF 25

COUNTRY POT ROAST 26

SHEEPHERDER LEFTOVER PIE 26

MRS. HALLS REQUESTED MEAT LOAF 27

SHORT RIBS AND DUMPLINGS 27

MINCEMEAT FOR EVERY USE 28

DUTCH OVEN BAKED BEANS 28

CHILI FROM WAY BACK 29

CHILI WHEAT 30

SWEET CRACKERS (1720) 30

PORK & SWEET POTATO PIE 31

ONION BISCUITS 31

PORKY'S PIE CRUST 32

MEAT PIE POSSIBLES 32

CATALINA ISLAND CHICKEN 33

SKILLET POP CHOPS 33

"BUFFALO 34

APPLE DRESSING FOR BIRDs 35

BAKED WOODCHUCK 35

SOUTHERN CHESTNUT DRESSING 35

WAGON WHEEL BEANS 36

FRIED RABBIT 36

DUMPLINGS 37

MOUNTAINEER STEW 37

FRIED WOODCHUCK 38

GROUND HOG OR BEAVER 38

OPOSSUM OR RACCOON 38

SQUIRREL SOUP 38

RATTLESNAKE STEW 39

FISH DRESSING 40

FISH CAKES 41

FROG LEGS JUMPIN GIMMINY 42

POTATO CAKES WITH VEGETABLES 42

DUTCH OVEN BAKED BEANS 43

STUFFED TURNIPS 43

POPE BAILEY'S JAMBALAYA 44

BAKING A CHICKEN 46

LOG CABIN CHICKEN SOUP 46

TURKEY NOODLE CASSEROLE 47

CHICKEN OR TURKEY HASH 47

TURKEY NOODLE CASSEROLE 47

CHICKEN OR TURKEY HASH 47

PORK CHILI VERDE 48

QUICK AND EASY CHILI AND CORN BREAD 49

SQUAW BREAD 49

WESTERN POOR MAN'S BREAD 50

HOBO BREAD IN LOAFS 50

INJUN FRY BREAD 51

BASIC DUTCH OVEN BREAD 51

CURLY Q PRETZELS 52

FARMERS BREAD 52

OLD FASHION POTATO BREAD 53

YAM BISCUITS 53

OATMEAL TRAIL MUFFINS 54

BUTTERMILK IRISH SODA BREAD 55

PUMPKIN DAY BREAD 55

SODA CRACKERS 56

RANCHHAND SUPREME ROLLS 56

LOG CABIN BAKING MIX 57

CAMP BISCUITS 57

BASIC EGG NOODLES 57

CHUCKWAGON BISCUITS 58

THE REAL MEADOW MUFFINS 58

SOURDOUGH STARTER WITHOUT YEAST MUFFINS 59

SOURDOUGH SCRATCH START 60

SERGEANT Boos PANCAKES 60

WINTER SNOW HOTCAKES 61

CRACKERS FOR SNACKS 61

COW COUNTRY BUTTERMILK PANCAKES 62

MAPLE SYRUP 62

SPOON BREAD 63

CORNBREAD 64

GRANNY CARLSONS JOHNNY CAKES 64

SOUTHWEST CORN BREAD 65

CORNBUCK BREAD 65

PILGRIM'S BREAD 66

INDIAN ZUNI BREAD 66

ROCKY EDGE POPOVERS 67

FRESH APPLE BREAD 68

NUT GRAHAM BREAD 68

DANISH EBLESKEWERS 69

SIMPLE FRITTERS 69

DANISH STOLLEN BREAD 70

ON THE TRAIL DONUTS 71

CARROT BREAD 71

CATTAILS OUR FREE FOOD AVAILABLE 72

CATTAIL FLAPJACKS 73

HAPPINESS CAKE 74

LEFTOVER HAM CANAPES 74

SALT RISING POTATO WATER BREAD76

POTATO RANCH ROLLS 77

QUICK POTATO BREAD 77

LEFTOVER CORNMEAL ZUCCHINI MUFFINS 78

MILK BISCUITS 78

SOUR MILK BRAN MUFFINS 79

LEFTOVER SOUR CREAM BISCUITS 79

HUSH PUPPIES 80

PONEHAWS 80

PAPA NILES CHOCOLATE SAUERKRAUT CAKE 81

HOMEMADE MAYO CAKE 81

HICKORY NUT SPICE CAKE 82

AUTUMN SQUASH CAKE 83

APPLE PIE HARVEST CAKE 83

CREEK WATER CAKE 84

WASHINGTON'S CURRANT DELIGHT 84

OLD FARM FRUIT CAKE 85

ON THE TRAIL APPLESAUCE CAKE 85

GRANDMA'S BOILED FRUITCAKE 86

FRUIT CAKE SPICED COOKIES 86

MAMA'S JELLYROLL DELIGHT 87

BLACKBERRY SHORTCAKE 87

OATMEAL CAKE TOPPING 88

JELLY MEETING DAY CAKE 88

BROWN BETTY GRANNY'S WAY 88

HUCKLEBERRY OR ELDERBERRY PIE 89

RHUBARB COUNTRY PIE 89

CURRANT OR GOOSEBERRY CRUST PIE 90

GRANNY'S GOOSEBERRY PIE 90

GRANDMA'S PUMPKIN PIE SURPRIZE 91

SOUTHERN RAISIN PIE 91

SUGAR YUMYUMPIE 92

MERINGUE 92

UNCLE C's VINEGAR PIE 92

KOHLRABI WITH CREAM SAUCE 93

BARROOM CARROTS 93

CARROTS THE MIRACLE VEGETABLE 94

GLAZED CARROTS 94

COOKED CARROTS 94

KAREN'S CARROT PIE 95

HOT WATER PIE CRUST 95

SHOO FLY PIP 95

GREEN TOMATO PIE 96

WHATEVER FRUIT PIE 96

AUNT LOU'S MINCEMEAT COOKIES 97

COWBOY COOKIES 97

CARROT COOKIES OLD FASHIONED 98

LEFTOVER BREADCRUM COOKIES 98

LOUISA'S OATMEAL CAKE 99

SQUASH COOKIES 100

HERDER BEAN COOKIES 100

GINGERSNAPS 100

GRANNY'S CINNAMON CRISES 100

COBBLER 101

COBBLER CRUST 101

LEFT OVER CORN PUDDING #2 102

BLUEBERRY PUDDING CAKE 102

APPLE FRITTERS 103

APPLE DUMPLINGS 103

OLD HOME PUDDING MIX 104

IndexCOUNTRY BREAD PUDDIN 104

DOUBLE PRAIRIE PUDDING 105

RHUBARB PUDDING 105

SQUAW INDIAN PUDDING 106

STUFFED ONIONS 107

WATERCRESS SOUP 108

QUICK CGUN1RYCARROTS 108

CACTUS JELLY 109

CACTUS CANDY 110

MARSHMALLOWS 111

MALLOW CORN AND NUTS 111

WATER CRESS Roomy SALAD 111

CORN MEAL MUSH FRIED 112

HOARTIOUND CANDY 112

HOT BUTTERED RUM 114

SWEETENED CONDENSED MILK 114

NUT BRITTLE 115

WHITE TAFFY 115

CRACKER JACKS 116

EASY TO MAKE POPCORN BALLS 116

WHITE SAUCE 117

INSTANT WHITE SAUCE 117

GRAHAM CRACKERS 118

LOG CABIN NOODLES 118

HOMEMADE MAYONNAISE 119

BAKED PEACHES 120

SNOW ICECREAM 120

BRINE FOR CURING MEAT 121

POTATO CHIPS 121

POULTRY SEASONING 121

DANDELION COFFEE 122

GREENS 122

BUTTERMILK TIPS FOR COOKING 123

OLD WESTERN GREEN TOMATO CATSUP 125

DANDELION GREEN SALAD 125

FRIED TOMATOES 125

TOMATO SOUP 126

9 MILE HERITAGE EXPEDITIONS 127

OTO RANCH INFORMATION 128

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