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    Saturday
    Sep182010

    Dammit Jim, I am an engineer not a stirrer

    Time to stir that Christmas Eve Cake!

    Thursday
    Sep162010

    Man Meets Stove Rules to Consider


    Man Meets Stove Rule 101: if your trying to impress a woman, do not discuss anything involving how asparagus makes your wizz smell. We're just sayin'

    Sunday
    Sep122010

    #QUOTE

    "My dad believed he was a great cook, and he cooked 3 things: fish hash, corned beef hash, and SOS.  His philosophy was "throw it in a pan and make it brown".

    -Nicole Feinauer

    Friday
    Sep102010

    Christmas Eve Cake Stir Reminder

    Okay folks, start your stirring. Pull out that syrup and fruit concoction in the gallon container, and stir it up. Mix with a wooden spoon until the sugar is all back in suspension.


    Okay cooking chores done.


    Back to Halo!

    Friday
    Sep102010

    #Quote

    "Forgettable food at a memorable price" - Thomas Jacques

    Wednesday
    Sep082010

    Cutting the Cheese, I mean Tofu.

    Learn how to cut tofu swiftly and easily, plus a recipe for you vegans, vegetarians, and yes, you carnivores.  Did you just make a face?  I've got people.  Don't make me send them over there, Capiche?

    Wednesday
    Sep082010

    Military Recipe April 1957 - Shit on a Shingle (SOS)

     Be sure and get your carcass ready.....

    TM 10-412-1

    DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY TECHNICAL MANUAL

    ARMY RECIPES

    (MEAT, POULTRY,
    FISH, GRAVIES, SAUCES,
    AND DRESSING)
     


    DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY  -  APRIL 1957

    NO. A-34 CREAMED GROUND BEEF ON TOAST

                100 Servings
                1 cup each
                Preparation and cooking time: about 11/4 hours

    BEEF, CARCASS...................35 POUNDS
    Cut in pieces and grind (FINE).

    OR
    BEEF, BONELESS,
          GROUND (FINE).............24 POUNDS

    Brown beef in its own fat in roasting pans on top of range.
    Remove excess fat during cooking period.

    ONIONS, DRY,
          CHOPPED (FINE).............1 POUND……....…3/4 QUART
    SALT………………..………..5 OUNCES…….......1/2 CUP
    PEPPER, BLACK……...……1/4 OUNCE….......….1 TABLESPOON
    BAY LEAF…………………………………….........1 LEAF

    Add onions and seasoning and mix thoroughly.

    MILK, EVAPORATED………………………..........2 GALLONS
    (WATER FOR MILK)………........…………………2 GALLONS

    Add 3 gallons of milk to beef mixture and heat to simmering, stir-
          ring frequently

    FLOUR, WHEAT, HARD.…...2 POUNDS……........1 ¾ QUARTS
    Mix flour with the remaining gallon of milk and stir into hot mix-
          ture.
    Bring to a boil, stirring steadily, reduce heat and simmer until
          thickened.

    TOAST…………………………………………........100 SLICES
    Serve on toast.

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    Monday
    Sep062010

    The BEST Juicer!

    We prefer this juicer to that old plastic thing your grandma handed down to you.  In fact we prefer this juicer, period.  Why are you still standing there, go buy one!

    Sunday
    Sep052010

    Christmas Eve Cake.

    Part 1 of a 4 part recipe.

    Yes, yes, we know, a Christmas Recipe in September?!!! 

    Well if Mega Box Store can have their Christmas crap out for sale now, we can start a wicked good recipe now, right?  We have divided the recipe into pieces and will give them out to you as you deserve them.  If you’re a very good boy, and follow our instructions as they arrive on this blog, you won’t regret the treat your female companion will give you when you have her eat this cake.

    You need to start now, and we’ll cue you when the next installment comes, just email us at god@manmeetstove.com or friend us on Twitter us @manmeetsstove

    You’ll need to have a little bit of room in your fridge.  This Christmas Eve Cake will roll your socks up and down and maybe up again, so it is worth it.  Take this to the Christmas party, tell her you started it with her party in mind months ago and let the good times roll under the mistletoe.

    On Labor day weekend set a small pot on a low burner, add a 2 cups of sugar and one cup of your choice of the following:

    Peach nectar
    Apricot nectar
    Mango Nectar

    You can get them in a box or bottle from any grocery store.  Actual nectar is better.
    Heat stirring occasionally until sugar is dissolved (it will be clear and no sugar crystals in a spoonful). Simmer covered 5 minutes.

    Pour the syrup into a gallon container, add to it three ripe peaches (Farmers Market preferred) sliced to about bite size, add a cup of peach nectar, and another 2 1/2  cups of sugar.  Stir that around until all the sugar gets wet. Cover loosely and set in the back of the fridge. Every week stir it up with a wooden spoon.  Don’t forget to stir!

    Your next update will be on Halloween.  Bwoooohahahaha!

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