Saturday, March 11, 2006

Delaware = Cajone's.....Colorado = No Cajone's......

Well Sir...I might just a have m'spellin wrong (ushually do) but I do beleeve that in Spanish...testicles, gonads, balls, nuts, rocks...y'all get the spelt Cajone's. Now, from what I been a read'n t'day...another school district out there in Colorado has wussed out and caved in to...who else...the ACLU. Yupper, this school district re-instated that thar Jay Bennish feller that was comparin President Bush and the State of the Union address to Adolf Hitler and his speech's....damn.. now if that don't beat all! The ACLUer came to the school a wave'n the dreaded Law Suit flag and the school board just gave up and surrenderd. Maybe y'all recall, they did the same damn thing out there when it came to that Ward Churchill feller. Consider'n how they keep surrenderin so easy....I cain't help but wunder just how they'all reproduce and have youngins. Now, those good folks in Indian River, Delaware...they got big ones...Cajone's I mean. Seems one a them ACLU lawyers came around and told em they was goin to sue the school district because a prayer was said at the school's graduashun proceedings and somebody's ego was a boo-boo'ed. Then they told em that they could avoid a nasty and costly court battle if they agree to a six figure this is the part I like.....Those fine folks in Indian River looked at the whole situashun and...after tawkin it over a spell...told the ACLU what they could do with their six figure settlement....well a course...not in those wurds cause they's polite, God fearin folks and all. At last....someone showed some I really be a thinkin that maybe we outta make INDIAN RIVER a rallying point and a battle cry....course...thats just my way a JOHN KOHLER of No. Tonawanda, New York submitted his recipee fer Venison Stroganoff. John has been an active hunter and fisherman most of his life and it sounds like he just might know his way around a kitchen as well. This recipe will be easy to make whether at home or at hunting camp. Thanks fer the submission John.

Venison Stroganoff

Cut 2 or 3 lbs of venison into small cubes (bite-size). Brown slowly in 3 Tablespoons of vegetable oil. When browned, add 1 envelope of Lipton Onion Soup Mix and 4 Cups of water to your skillet. Cover and simmer for 1 ½ hours.

While venison is simmering, in a separate pan, bring one 8 ounce package of Cream Cheese to room temperature. When venison is browned to your desired color, add some of the pan juices to the Cream Cheese and mix well. Pour all back over the Venison and continue simmering until thick. Serve over noodles. That simple! According John…its EXCELLENT!!