Friday, September 29, 2006

Hillbilly Trash Breakfast

camping recipe from Pat Frain. This is so easy to make, and you can add whatever you want, and clean up is easy. I made this up last summer and the marina that we keep our boat at and my other boating friends just love it. We have a cruiser which is like a camper, only it sits on the water.

INGREDIENTS:

1 bag shredded hash brown
6 eggs
1 lb sausage or ham, cooked
1 medium onion, chopped
2 cups shredded sharp cheese
seasoning salt and pepper
red, yellow, or green peppers, optional

PREPARATION:

Take an aluminum foil cooking bag sprayed with pam, sprinkle with seasoning salt and put some pats of butter in the foil bag. Open a bag of hash browns, beat eggs, chop onions, pour all ingedients into the bag of hash browns, and mix by squeezing. Then pour the mixture into the foil cooking bag and spread out. Add some salt and pepper, more seasoning salt, and a bit more butter on top of the hash brown mixture. Place the aluminum cooking bag on a preheated grill (medium heat) and turn the bag every five minutes. The bag will start to puff and you can open it to check for doneness.

Servings: 6
Preparation time: 30 minutes

Butter Way Rolls

Nothing compliments a good southern meal better than some good ole rolls.

Here are some of the best.

1-1/2 cup warm water
2 pkg dry yeast
4 cups flour
1/4 cup Sugar
1-1/2 tsp salt
1/3 cup shortening
1 egg

Pour warm water in hot a mixing bowl and add yeast. Stir until dissolved. Add half the flour, all the sugar, salt, shortening & egg. Start mixer on medium speed and beat until smooth - about 2 minutes. Add rest of flour and stir in by hand and beat 2 minutes. Cover with damp towel and let rise about 30 minutes. Grease muffin tins - use Pam. Stir down batter in 20 to 25 strokes. Spoon into pans filling hafl full. Let rise in warm place until batter reaches top of pan. About 20 to 30 minutes. Bake at 375 degrees for 10 - 15 minutes.

Yield: 24 rolls

Thursday, September 28, 2006

Clinton and Osama Bin Laden

I DID NOT HAVE SEX WITH THAT NOMAD, OSAMA BIN LADEN!

If Bin Laden were a good looking lady, or maybe not even so good looking - Monica - Clinton would have nailed him.

Read more about this from a conservative Christian, Politically active prospective in Alain's Newsletter.

Saturday, September 23, 2006

EXCELLENT BEEF BRISKET

Ingredients

1 -10-12 LB BRISKET (Packer Trimmed)
EQUAL PORTIONS OF GARLIC POWDER, PAPRIKA AND BLACK PEPPER
1 -6 OZ WOODY'S COOKING SAUCE
1 CAN OPTIONAL OF COKE

MIX EQUAL AMOUNTS OF GARLIC POWDER, PAPRIKA, AND BLACK PEPPER IN A BOWL TO GIVE AMPLE AMOUNT TO RUB ENTIRE BRISKET WITH THE MIXTURE. BE SURE TO KEEP THIS IN APPROXIMATE EQUAL QUANTITIES OF EACH. COMPLETELY RUB THE MIXTURE ON THE BRISKET AND REFRIGERATE OVERNIGHT BEFORE COOK .

PUT BRISKET ON SMOKER, PREFERABLY WATER TYPE, WITH MESQUITE OR HICKORY WOOD CHIPS FOR SMOKING PURPOSES. TEMPERATURE OF SMOKER SHOULD BE APPROXIMATELY 200 DEGREES.

SMOKE FOR ABOUT ONE AND ONE-HALF TO TWO HOURS WITH OUT WRAPPING TOTALLY. THIS ALLOWS THE SMOKE FLAVOR TO TOTALLY PENETRATE THE MEAT.

THEN WRAP IN HEAVY DUTY FOIL AND POUR WOODY'S COOKING SAUCE OVER THE BRISKET. COOK FOR AN ADDITIONAL 7 TO 8 HOURS. (A CAN OF COKE CAN BE, SUBSTITUTED FOR THE WOODY'S SAUCE IF DESIRED.)

TAKE BRISKET OFF OF HEAT AND ALLOW TO COOL 3 TO 4 HOURS BEFORE SLICING. THEN TRIM AWAY ALL FAT AND SLICE ACROSS GRAIN OF MEAT. YOU CAN REFRIGERATE BEFORE SLICING FOR A PERIOD OF TIME (SUCH AS OVERNIGHT) THIS MAKES IT MUCH EASIER TO SLICE AND REMOVE ALL FATTY AREAS.

TO HEAT UP FOR SERVING PUT IN METAL SERVING PAN IN THIN SLICES. THEN PUT PAN WITH MEAT IN OVEN AT ABOUT 375 DEGREES FOR ABOUT ONE HOUR, OR UNTIL HEATED THROUGHOUT. SPRINKLE A LITTLE WATER OVER THE MEAT SO AS TO NOT DRY IT OUT.


THIS RECIPE WORKS WELL FOR FREEZING FOR FUTURE USE.

AFTER CHILLING OVERNIGHT, PUT IN METAL SERVING PAN IN THIN SLICES.

WHEN READY FOR USE THAW FOR 4 TO 5 HOURS AND THEN PUT PAN WITH MEAT IN OVEN AT ABOUT 375 DEGREES FOR ABOUT ONE AND ONE HALF HOUR. SPRINKLE A LITTLE WATER OVER THE MEAT SO AS TO NOT DRY IT OUT.

THIS BRISKET IS COMPLEMENTED BY EARL'S BBQ SAUCE.

Friday, September 22, 2006

Southerner In Iraq sees Wal-Mart Illusion

You know you're in a bad way when you start seeing imaginary Wal-Marts:

After a long day searching houses in suffocating Iraqi heat, Lance Corporal Mike Wilson of Princeton, Kentucky recalls seeing relief in the distance.
Wilson said that looking through the haze he thought he saw a Wal-Mart and was ready to get some cold water for his men when he discovered it was an illusion.
I'm surprised Wal-Mart didn't try to bill him for the imaginary water.

Illegal Aliens - Illegal is the Point Here!

Battling Corruption - Illegal Immigration

Today between eight and fourteen million illegal aliens reside in the United States, draining our nation’s economy, while presenting a security threat to the people of the United States. Public officials have not only repeatedly failed to protect our borders from this illegal alien invasion, but they have also been complicit in the effort to undermine our nation’s immigration laws.

Judicial Watch is investigating and taking legal actions to remedy the illegal immigration problem.

Thursday, September 21, 2006

Hillbilly Punch

If you don't like this punch with a punch- Just drink the rum!

Original recipe yield: 1 serving.
Prep Time: 2 Minutes
Ready In: 2 Minutes
Servings:1


INGREDIENTS:
4 cups ice cubes
1 fluid ounce white rum
1 fluid ounce peach schnapps
1 fluid ounce amaretto liqueur
1 1/2 cups cranberry juice cocktail, chilled
1 cup lemon-lime flavored carbonated beverage, chilled

DIRECTIONS:
Fill a (1 quart) canning jar with ice. Measure in rum, peach schnapps and amaretto liqueur. Pour in cranberry juice until glass is 3/4 full. Fill with lemon-lime soda.

Drink and Be Happy!

Sunday, September 17, 2006

Hillbilly Chili - With Beans

Well, I consider my self a hillbilly or a redneck or someone who enjoys a simpler life in the backwoods and hills, however, I am really a transplanted Texan. Therefore, I don't really consider something with beans in it as true chili. I do believe if someone says they make "chili" it is with no beans. If there are beans in it it should be called what it is "Chili with beans" However, I ran on to this recipe on a site with lots of good recipes and thought I would give it space on Hillbilly-Willy site. Cause you know sometimes if we aint got enough deer in the freezer we might need to stretch the chili with a few beans.

Ingredients
1 pound lean ground beef
Salt and pepper, to taste
4 cans tomatoes, crushed
4 cans pinto beans
1 envelope chili seasoning
Chili powder, to taste
Jalape񯠰epper juice, to taste
1 to 2 tablespoons vinegar

Brown ground beef in large saucepan, stirring until crumbly; drain.
Season with salt and pepper.
Add tomatoes and beans.
Cook over medium heat until bubbly.
Add chili seasoning, chili powder, and pepper juice. Simmer, covered, for 30 minutes.

Stir in vinegar to bring out the flavor of the spices just before serving.


Hillbilly Gear - Funny stuff to buy

Saturday, September 16, 2006

Earl's BBQ Sauce

Ingredients

¾ Cup Any type Honey
2 Cups Hickory Smoke BBQ Sauce (Kraft)
¾ Cup Water
½ Cup Frozen Concentrate Orange Juice
½ TSP Lemon Juice
2 TSP Finely Chopped Garlic
4 TSP Seasoning Lemon Pepper
½ Cup Finely Chopped Onion

Cooking Instructions

Place finely chopped onions in medium sauce pan.
Sauté until tender.
Add BBQ sauce, honey, water, lemon juice, garlic, and lemon pepper while warming over low heat.
Stir in frozen orange juice.
Simmer entire mixture over low heat for about 60 minutes, stirring often.

CAUTION- BE SURE TO KEEP HEAT LOW AND STIR OFTEN TO AVOID STICKING AND SCORCHING.

Allow mixture to cool to room temperature. Put in sealed container and refrigerate. Sauce should always be mixed at least two days before needed and refrigerated for better taste.

Sauce is excellent for drizzling or dipping. Good on smoked brisket or other meats.

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

<$Hillbilly Willy - Country and Hill Cooking at its best$>

<$Hillbilly Willy - Country and Hill Cooking at its best$>

Morning Coffee: Hillbilly shoppin' and cookin'

Morning Coffee: Hillbilly shoppin' and cookin'

Hillbilly Willy - Good Country Cooking [BLOGGER PREVIEW]

Hillbilly Willy - Good Country Cooking [BLOGGER PREVIEW]

HILLBILLY CHILI

A unique blend of meat, spices and other ingredients found to be a favorite in the foot hills of the Ozark Mountains in Northern Arkansas. This unique blend and variations of it have been discovered, along with other unique recipes, to be in the pots on stoves of Grandma's kitchens as well as in the boiling pots at Deer camps throughout Arkansas by a Texan misplaced by the job market from Texas to Arkansas.

Cook in large pot until meat loses its red color............
3 pounds GROUND CHUCK OR ROUND or a 50-50 mix of CHILI MEAT and GROUND DEER MEAT.
ADD............................. 1 large ONION, chopped
1 Tbsp MINCED GARLIC
When onions are tender,
add............................ …1 Tbsp SALT
4 Tbsp CHILI POWDER
1 tsp GROUND OREGANO
2 tsp ground CUMIN
2 cups HOT WATER
2 10 oz cans SNAPPY TOM

I add for the Texas taste...... 3 finely chopped JALAPENO PEPPERS OR IF YOU DARE USE HABANERO PEPPERS!

Simmer, covered, at least 3 hours. Add more water if necessary.

YIELD: 8 TO 10 SERVINGS

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Its about Good Cooking Willy

Grab your longhandles Mama, its cold in the outhouse!!
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To heck with all this weight loss stuff.

Lets get down and share good old country southern recipes. This sight will be dedicated to bringing you recipes that will make you feel good. If you are going to feel guilty about eating good country cooking dont come here.

Hillbilly-Willy is an all nonsense, dont spare the butter and fat cooking type of blog. Come here often and find your recipes. If you would like to become a member and share recipes with the world on this site. Just mention it in your comments. Hillbilly-Willy wants your recipes. Come on now lets get cooking. I want this site to bring on the spice and forget the nice.

Cause my theme throughout is Grab your longhandles mama its cold in the outhouse!