Peameal Bacon-I have been making this for years using this recipe
I make the Peameal Bacon.
Pork loin 1/2 teaspoon of Morton Tender Quick per pound of pork 1/2 teaspoon of sugar per pound of pork Mix together and rub into pork loin Place loin in a plastic bag and seal. Refrigerate and allow to cure for 3-5 days Remove from cure and allow to soak in cool water for 30 minutes Pat Dry Then roll in corn meal.( I put corn meal on wax paper and roll. Depending on how big the pork loin is will determine how much corn meal.) Then slice and fry.
I don't know why I post on here. For your information it does make the best burgers. I have been on this forum for many years but I find the people now to be rude. If you can't say something nice don't say anything at all. I no longer need to come here. Good Bye
What I did for my two daughters was get them a credit card that also gave cash back. Not only did they build up good credit they got paid for it. They charged everything and only kept a small amount of cash on them. That was when they were 16. They both are out of college, bought their own houses and getting married this year. The other day my youngest daughter said Thank you to me. She said I taught her how important good credit was and that she has what she has because of it.
Use a good grub killer on your lawn. Take away their food source and they'll move on. Getting rid of the grubs will also help stop skunks and wild turkeys from digging up your lawn if that's also a problem.Kill the grubs no more moles.
We did use a grub killer! Perhaps we needed to do more grub control though.
A neighbor suggested we use Juicy Fruit gum. Anyone ever hear of that?
That's what I was always told but it has to be Juicy Fruit
The strawberry cheese cake salad posted here a few months ago has been a big hit for us. My DW's favorite summer recipe is corn on the cob that is roasted on the grill, cut and combined with arugula and a lime/cilantro dressing as a salad.
I posted the Recipe and it's a favorite of ours too.