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Re:Snow Day -Food 2014/02/14 19:59:35 (permalink)
I cooked lots of snow day food when I lived in Alaska!  We had years when the first snow came in September and the last snow in May.  That's some serious snow!  I loved it.  But Alaska is equipped for it......our airports never closed, school never closed, we all went to work because the roads were plowed.  For my 45th birthday I decided I wanted to go to Chicken, AK........on the way we took pics of me making snowballs.....on June 15th!
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Re:Snow Day -Food 2014/02/15 00:08:32 (permalink)
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I cooked lots of snow day food when I lived in Alaska!  We had years when the first snow came in September and the last snow in May.  That's some serious snow!  I loved it.  But Alaska is equipped for it......our airports never closed, school never closed, we all went to work because the roads were plowed.  For my 45th birthday I decided I wanted to go to Chicken, AK........on the way we took pics of me making snowballs.....on June 15th!

I can't believe that I actually took the time to research why it is called Chicken, AK!
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Re:Snow Day -Food 2014/02/15 01:20:05 (permalink)
Being the empathetic guy that I am, I bought some snow day food even though we're having record high days out here. It was 81 today and will be a record 85 degrees tomorrow!
Stocked up on Beans, Hot Dogs, Beer and Toilet Paper!!!
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Re:Snow Day -Food 2014/02/15 10:36:08 (permalink)
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lleechef

I cooked lots of snow day food when I lived in Alaska!  We had years when the first snow came in September and the last snow in May.  That's some serious snow!  I loved it.  But Alaska is equipped for it......our airports never closed, school never closed, we all went to work because the roads were plowed.  For my 45th birthday I decided I wanted to go to Chicken, AK........on the way we took pics of me making snowballs.....on June 15th!

I can't believe that I actually took the time to research why it is called Chicken, AK!

Because they couldn't spell ptarmigan!
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Re:Snow Day -Food 2014/02/15 22:07:07 (permalink)
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lleechef

I cooked lots of snow day food when I lived in Alaska!  We had years when the first snow came in September and the last snow in May.  That's some serious snow!  I loved it.  But Alaska is equipped for it......our airports never closed, school never closed, we all went to work because the roads were plowed.  For my 45th birthday I decided I wanted to go to Chicken, AK........on the way we took pics of me making snowballs.....on June 15th!

I can't believe that I actually took the time to research why it is called Chicken, AK!

Because they couldn't spell ptarmigan!

That's giving me the State bird!
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Re:Snow Day -Food 2014/02/20 14:46:27 (permalink)

It's not snowing, but I wanted to try JRPfeff's Wisconsin Beer Soup.  Great stuff.  Thanks Jim!!  (I added peppered bacon.) 
post edited by lleechef - 2014/02/20 14:47:42
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Re:Snow Day -Food 2014/02/20 18:20:36 (permalink)
Yum, Lisa! I had oyster stew( cape cod brand) and garlic knots.......its been raining here all day and everything will freeze tomorrow. I am in for the weekend.
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Re:Snow Day -Food 2014/02/20 18:25:31 (permalink)
Annie, rainy and dreary all day here, calling for severe thunderstorms tonight........it was a good day for soup.  But then, every day is a good day for soup!!! 
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Re:Snow Day -Food 2014/02/20 18:39:04 (permalink)
It sure was a good day for that soup.
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Re:Snow Day -Food 2014/02/21 07:47:53 (permalink)
I will try Jims recipe, soon. Looks simple and wonderful. I love soup!
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Re:Snow Day -Food 2014/02/21 09:11:45 (permalink)
Lisa,
 
I'm glad you & Michael liked the soup, I don't think I've ever made it the same way twice. Always a different cheese or beer or meat or spices. I was considering using my leftovers as Rarebit this time.
 
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Re:Snow Day -Food 2014/02/21 10:45:58 (permalink)
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Lisa,

I'm glad you & Michael liked the soup, I don't think I've ever made it the same way twice. Always a different cheese or beer or meat or spices. I was considering using my leftovers as Rarebit this time.

Jim

Leftovers?  What's that?
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Re:Snow Day -Food 2014/02/21 13:08:08 (permalink)
I have one.... a favorite for snowy days.
Dice up 4 idaho potatos and fry in 1 Tbsp olive oil until crisp.  (try to flip only once).  Add in 1/4 of a diced white onion and 3 Oscar Mayer hot dogs cut into "coins".  Cook on low heat covered until the onions are transparent.  Uncover and place 4 slices of american cheese across the lovely creation in the pan.  Recover(tent) and let steam on low heat to melt the cheese... Best snow day dish ever.
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Re:Snow Day -Food 2014/02/21 13:31:10 (permalink)
That sounds good. I don't think I could get it past lleechef as she doesn't like onions or hot dogs. But I expect I'll be making it for myself one of these days.
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