Redneck burritos
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  1. #1
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    Redneck burritos

    Cooking diced onions, sliced jalapeños, ground venison, homemade pork sausage((made by kinfolks of mine in KY) mixed 3 parts deer 1 part pork), diced home grown tomatoes (by yours truly) and a couple of chopped pepperoncinis.

    They are simmering nicely right now, augmented with a proprietary spice blend, and when they all reach that state of perfection called ready, I will add some refried beans(from a can unfortunately as I have no left over pinto beans).

    I will heat the beans and hen it reaches the "right" temp, I will add some soft, melting Mexican cheese, called queso blanco, and a handful of shredded Mexican cheese blends to top it off.

    Pull out the tortillas, spread a little sour cream, add lettuce and then add bean and meat mix, roll and serve.

  2. #2
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    "augmented with a proprietary spice blend',

    That don't sound like no redneck talking I ever heard.

  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by benncool View Post
    "augmented with a proprietary spice blend',

    That don't sound like no redneck talking I ever heard.
    I went to school, finished the 6th grade in fact, lol.

    Redneck doesn't mean ignorant, nor unschooled.

  4. #4
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    sounds good to me I like trying new recipies to eat up my tasty venison I get mine from sw wisconsin

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