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August 11, 2009
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When I was a child in Michigan, in the 1940s & 50s, my mother would make what she called "New England Boiled Dinner" using a pork roast, cabbage, potatoes, onions, carotts, salt & pepper. Usually it was a Saturday night meal. Years later while I was living in a little cabin in northern New York, trapping, I would make about the same dish only I would use Bully Beef, (canned corned beef) and cook it in a big pot on a wood stove. This dish would cook down into slop that all looked the same but it tasted so good on a freezing cold evening, after covering seven miles on snowshoes tending my trapline with a 30-45 pound pack. Yes nice to come home to a bowl of that Slop, hot boiled coffee and a bit of Brandy. ~BH~
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