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Old August 14th, 2007, 10:40 AM   #1
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Default Volksrodder Meals - real recipes for cutters, welders, and drivers

It occurred to me that we've had beer threads for when you get thirsty, but no thread for what to do if you're HONGRY (in a hurry and not wanting to spend much).

I'll start this thread with a simple one-dish meal we enjoy fairly frequently:

"Doc Nugent's vinegar/beef/bean thing"
  1. Brown 1/2 lb of hamburger in a medium sized skillet (break it up into crumbly pieces as it cooks - you don't want a patty when you're done)
  2. Add a couple of tablespoonfuls of minced onion (dried or raw) to your preference and put a lid on it between stirs
  3. When the hamburger's no longer pink on the outside, add a 15 oz can of kidney beans (liquid and all)
  4. Pour apple cider vinegar into the now-empty can until it's about 1/4 full, swish it around to rinse the can, and pour the mixture into the skillet (stir in with cooked hamburger)
  5. Add 1 cup of Instant Rice (do NOT add water the box says you need since there's already enough bean juice and vinegar to soften the rice)
  6. Continue to cook until the rice is done (it'll take longer than the box says because of the beans absorbing heat, too) and the beans are warmed all the way through
  7. Serve in bowls like chili or stew (serves two HONGRY adults)
Adjust the amount of vinegar to taste (the 1/4 can above is about the minimum I use). If you're interested in "health," be sure to buy low fat hamburger.

What else is fast, cheap, and filling?
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Old August 14th, 2007, 11:59 AM   #2
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I'm so hungry and at the office. That was very uncool man. Time to eat lunch after that and it's 4pm. :sigh:
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Old August 14th, 2007, 12:07 PM   #3
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I discovered something the other night when I was throwing together what I had in the fridge/ cupboard.

Its like a pesto, sausage, penne noodle thing.

2 packs of pesto mix, 1 lb of polish or smoked sausage cut into bit size peices, and 1 lb of penne noodles boiled. It tastes hella good.

Now I am an offical homo putting a recipe on a public forum. Hehehe
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Old August 14th, 2007, 12:10 PM   #4
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Stanley Family Terriyaki
1. Mix one cup soy sauce, with 1 cup water in a large tupperware tray...or one of those empty giant icecream buckets work well...hal
2. mix in 1 cup brown sugar and a few big tablespoons of minced garlic.
3. Stir all the ingredients well until all are mixed together and the brown sugar is dissolved (using hot water in step 1 helps)
4. take a flat of chicken breasts and put them in the mixture. shove em on in there, and make sure all the meat is covered by the sauce. seal the container with lid and let them soak over night in the fridge.
5. next day Q em up, goes well with some steamed rice and beer...but what doesn't go good with beer?
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Old August 14th, 2007, 12:12 PM   #5
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what a great idea for a thread. Hey maybe we should print a volksrods cookbook with pix of the guys and girls and food and cars.......
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Old August 14th, 2007, 12:12 PM   #6
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haha how goes it man? long time no talk, might hafta swing up your way again sometime to check out the truck
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agreed good idea, just not great when i'm hungry at work
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haha how goes it man? long time no talk, might hafta swing up your way again sometime to check out the truck
The trucks not doing so well. Started working on the Heb project since I can throw it together and drive it in a week at this point. Anyone want to trade something for the 5 window body? j/k sorry for the highjack.

Another recipe:

"Mexican hotdogs" or "Donkey tails" depending on your decent....

take a hot dog, a slice of cheese wrap it in a corn tortilla and fry that bitch. Its one of the best things I've ever had...
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Old August 14th, 2007, 12:21 PM   #9
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When I get home from work I'll have to put up my beef jerky recipe.

Good thread. Just bad timing, I'm starving and at work. Grrrr.
Thank god for microwave popcorn.
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Old August 14th, 2007, 12:25 PM   #10
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. . . Now I am an offical homo putting a recipe on a public forum. Hehehe
REAL MEN SHARE RECIPES!

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Old August 14th, 2007, 12:27 PM   #11
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I agree with that, keep em coming.
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. . . take a hot dog, a slice of cheese wrap it in a corn tortilla and fry that bitch....
Sounds like a "Blocked Artery Special" . . . but maybe once a year?
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Old August 14th, 2007, 12:45 PM   #13
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Stanley Family Terriyaki
1. Mix one cup soy sauce, with 1 cup water in a large tupperware tray...or one of those empty giant icecream buckets work well...hal
2. mix in 1 cup brown sugar and a few big tablespoons of minced garlic.
3. Stir all the ingredients well until all are mixed together and the brown sugar is dissolved (using hot water in step 1 helps)
4. take a flat of chicken breasts and put them in the mixture. shove em on in there, and make sure all the meat is covered by the sauce. seal the container with lid and let them soak over night in the fridge.
5. next day Q em up, goes well with some steamed rice and beer...but what doesn't go good with beer?
I do something similar, But I put mine on the stove top:
1 cup of soy sauce
1 cup of sugar
2/3 tbs ginger
2/3 tbs garlic

heat to a boil then let simmer stirring occasionally for 10 minutes.
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Well my first favorite is


"Honey! what's for dinner???? "

If that doesn't work I go to my next option.




I just pull up to the Little speaker and say


"Yes I would like a #2 with cheese and a coke"












Only recipes I got
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Old August 14th, 2007, 12:55 PM   #15
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you put three of these togather .... and you have a Hamm' s sandwich.


or do like that no talent oldvolks , and call the wife.
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Old August 14th, 2007, 01:00 PM   #16
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oooOOOO :drooling: lol
ok, here's a quickie I have~
1lb of smoked sausage,(smoked, mild , hot, your choice) cut into slices
in pan with a bit of butter, sautee
1 onion, sliced,
1 bell pepper, chopped,
, when half tender, add sausage. Cover and let steam together.

Add ins~
can of , your choice
corn, black beans, hoppin john hot beans and juice mix (jalapenos included),even scramble some eggs in or anything else you might have in the cupboard.
Have cornbread,toast and jelly or tatertots or hash browns.
I donot cook light meals, this takes about 30 mins, and nobody is hungry afterwards!
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Old August 14th, 2007, 01:15 PM   #17
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Don't know if this applies to the in a hurry...but it makes a lot and is great for leftovers. I love it while watching football in the winter too.
You'll need a crock pot or large stew pan.
"cowboy soup"
First brown about 1-2 lbs. of ground beef then drain.
add to crock pot or pan the:
cooked ground beef
1 large can ranch style beans
any of the following or all: canned corn, hominy, green beans
2 smaller cans Rotel (the tomatoes with peppers stuff)
1 or 2 pkgs taco seasoning
1 pkg powder ranch dip mix
I don't drain any of the vegetables and usually add just a little more water.
Heat in crockpot until hot enough for your taste.

I like to eat mine over a bed of Fritos and smothered with some shredded cheddar cheese... good stuff...where's my Tums

Now you got me all HONGRY again...
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I was bored and called the wife at home for my recipe. Mix:

1/4 c soy sauce
1/4 c Worcestershire sauce
1/4 c Cayenne pepper sauce (you can use Tabaso but i prefer cayenne myself)
1/2 c minced garlic (not dried, stuff from the jar, or do your own)
1 t garlic powder
1 t onion powder
2 t black pepper
1 t chile powder
3 t salt
1/2 cup brown sugar

Get about 4lbs of beef. I like to get steaks and roasts from the grocery store that are marked down because they are close to expiring. The more tender the cut, the more tender the jerky, but even chuck makes some pretty good jerky so don't be too picky. Just so you know, 5lbs of meat makes about a pound of jerky, shop accordingly. Trim as much of the fat and gristle off as possible, fat will go rancid in a few days if left on. Cut up beef in to thin strips, no more that 1/4" thick. I like to use a slicer and make little sheets of meat but you can use a sharp knife as well. HINT: Cut across the grain of the meat else it will be tough and stringy to pull chunks off. Dump in a big bowl and pour the mix over it. Get in there with your hands and mix it up really well. Once covered well, put it in a big ziplock bag, squeeze all the air out and toss it in the fridge for atleast 24 hours. If you have a dehydrator, put the meat in single layers on the trays, set to 150F and let run for at least 4-5 hours, checking it after about 3.5 hours. Remove that which is done so it doesn't get too dry and crappy and keep checking until all is done. Let cool well on paper towels. Do the same thing in an oven, just drape over the racks and use the same time and temps. Store in cool, dry place. Enjoy.
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Old August 14th, 2007, 01:30 PM   #19
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flour tortillias warmed up in a pan and then put a little butter an peanut butter on it then fold into a triangle and eat. or take a flour tortillia and deep fry it in a shallow filled pan then take out and let sit on paper towels. then take cinnimon sugar and lightly sprinkle over all of it. the tortillias on this one need to be cut into smaller triangles to to work best.
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here's another one, by hubby though~
now this is quick, he did this during his younger single years when he was a mich state football fan.

big bag of corn chips, any kind will do, tortillas, round, whatever.
Brown 1+lbs of hamburger.
Large cookie sheet, spread out a layer of chips, sprinkle in some hamburger, a layer of cheese, your choice, I like cheddar. more chips, hamburger, cheese, top with your heat of salsa.
Stick in oven just long enough to heat chips and melt cheese.
Have extra sauce for add on, and pig out!

I can tell, my shopping list for this weekend has changed already !
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another one is butterfly cut porkchops flatten out slightly with meat tenderisor mallot and bread them in egg and bread crumbs. then fry up in butter in a pan. it takes alot of butter but real good. anyways after it is done cooking put some mayo on two peices of bread and eat like a sandwich. german style veiner schnitzle
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cut up veleveeta cheese into cubes. takes rotell tomatoes and add to it. put in the microwave and melt it. take corn ships and enjoy. can also melt the cheese by sticking it into a homemade double boiler. basically one pan with water in it and the other pan with the cheese and rotell tomotoes in it and wait til melted.
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another one is take chicken stripes and bread and cook in butter. while cooking it up take one stick of butter and one bottle of red hot sauce and melt in pan(or experiment to taste). when the chicken stripes are done add suce and stripes to a bowl and mix up. giant style boneless wings.
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what a great idea for a thread. Hey maybe we should print a volksrods cookbook ....
I see a working title emerging:
This Ain't Health Food

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You can take chicken strips and mix bread crumbs and parmesan cheese and fry them in butter, they are really good to eat as a snack for all you guys on Sunday football. (Mrs. Hal). Because all he thinks about is his damn BEER.
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