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How to cook some goofy grub part 5

30 Jul

Beverages — most of these come from replies to the Boys’ Life article, How to Cook Some Goofy Grub

 

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Broken Bridge photo 2016 by Gramma Nettie

I think we should have a Fog warning, here!

Here is the recipe for a “Fog on Lake Huron”, “Fog on Lake Winnipeg” and “Fog on Lake Wobegon”

Mix the following ingredients together:

Four (4) fluid ounces of Canada Dry Cranberry Ginger Ale carbonated beverage
Four (4) fluid ounces of Lipton Citrus Green Tea
Four (4) fluid ounces of pasteurized apple cider
Four (4) fluid ounces of homogenized milk (whole milk, 2% white milk, 1% white milk or skim white milk is okay and safe to use with this recipe and will not change the resultant refreshment beverage.
This recipe will make one (1) Sixteen (16 fluid ounces) fluid ounces of a “Fog on Lake Huron” or will make two (2) eight (8 fluid ounces) fluid ounces of the “Fog on Lake Huron”, “Fog on Lake Winnipeg” or “Fog on Lake Wobegon” refreshment beverage. This refreshment beverage is great with popcorn, ginger snap cookies, soft gingerbread cookies and soft gingerbread, ham and cheese sandwiches, turkey sandwiches, hotdogs, hamburgers, slices of pepperoni pizza, slices of cheese pizza, steamed lobster, sirloin steak that is cooked over a campsite charcoal briquette cooking fire, cream filled angel food cake (“Hostess twinkees”, “Hostess Swiss Rolls”, “Hostess cupcakes”), Carmel coated Golden Delicious apples, Cotton Candy, hard pretzels, oven baked soft pretzels, blueberry cobbler pie, peach cobbler pie, blackberry cobbler pie, mince meat pie, raisin pie, corn pudding, baked beans and hotdog slices, baked beans and ham, baked beans and bacon slices, pancakes, waffles and crepe’s.

First Class Scout, Order of the Arrow member, Patrol Leader, Appalachian Mountains’ Orangatang Monkey Patrol, Troop 870 //October 18, 2014 at 3:53 pm // Reply

 

 

Here is the recipe for a “Fog at the Chapel in the Woodland Forest” refreshment drink.

Mix the following ingredients together:

Two (2) fluid ounces of Welch’s (PURPLE) Pasteurized Concord Grape Juice
Two (2) fluid ounces of pasteurized apple cider
Two (2) fluid ounces of Coca Cola Classic soft drink (carbonated beverage)
Two (2) fluid ounces of homogenized milk (whole milk, 2% white milk, 1% white milk, or skim white milk is okay to use. The resulting refreshment drink will not be affected if any of the different types of homogenized milk are used to make a “Fog at the Chapel in the Woodland Forest” refreshment beverage.
This recipe will make Eight (8) fluid ounces of a “Fog at the Chapel in the Woodland Forest” refreshment beverage. This refreshment beverage is great for use with popcorn, Caramel Candied Golden Delicious Apples, oven baked soft pretzels, hard pretzels, square saltine soup crackers (square soda crackers) and Turkey Sandwiches.

First Class Scout, Troop Musician, Soaring and Diving Ring Billed Sea Gull Patrol, Troop 457 // October 17, 2014 at 6:38 pm // Reply

 

 

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Whiskey on a Log 2016 by Gramma Nettie — she is called Whiskey because she cannot hold her Licker!

Here is the recipe for a “Blue Angel” refreshment drink:

Mix the following ingredients together to make a total of Twenty-Four (24 fluid ounces) fluid ounces [Three (3) Eight Ounce Containers] of a “Blue Angel” refreshment drink:

Four (4) fluid ounces of Blueberry Juice
Four (4) fluid ounces of Maraschino Cherry Juice
Four(4) fluid ounces of pasteurized apple cider
Four (4) fluid ounces of half and half cream
Four (4) fluid ounces of Heavy Cream
Four (4) fluid ounces of homogenized milk (whole milk, 2% milk, 1% milk or skim milk is safe and okay with this recipe and will not affect the resulting refreshment drink that is known as a “Blue Angel” refreshment drink.
This recipe will make the quantity of three Eight fluid ounces (8 fluid ounces) drinking containers of a “Blue Angel” refreshment drink.
The “Blue Angel” refreshment drink is really great with popcorn, hard pretzels, oven baked soft pretzels, slices of pepperoni pizza, slices of cheese pizza, Sirloin Steaks that are cooked over a charcoal briquette campsite cooking fire, hamburgers cooked over a campsite cooking fire, cream filled angel food snack cakes (such as “Hostess Twinkees”, “Hostess Swiss Rolls”, “Hostess Cupcakes”, almost any variety of Girl Scout Cookies (Thin Mints, Tag-a-longs, Dosie Does, Peanut Butter filling cookies), Doritos, Tacos, crab cakes, steamed lobster, broiled trout, New England Clam Chowder, or Dinty Moore Stew.

First Class Scout, Order of the Arrow member, Troop Bugler, Leaping and Flying Alaskan Tundra Caribou Patrol, Troop 427 //October 17, 2014 at 4:36 pm // Reply

 

Here is the recipe for a “Fog in Santa Land”:

Mix the following ingredients together:

Five (5) fluid ounces of pasteurized apple cider
Five (5) fluid ounces of fresh orange juice
Five (5) fluid ounces of homogenized milk (whole milk, 2% milk, 1% milk or skim milk is okay to use in this recipe. The final resulting refreshment drink will be safe and okay to drink)
This recipe will result in sixteen (16) fluid ounces of the above named refreshment drink (“Fog in Santa Land”). This refreshment drink is really great with popcorn, hard pretzels, oven baked soft pretzels, slices of pepperoni pizza, slices of cheese pizza and roast beef sandwiches. This refreshment drink is really great with SPAM lunchmeat sandwiches.

First Class Scout, Troop Musician, Order of the Arrow member, Patrol Leader, Sea Biscuit, the Shetland Pony Patrol, Troop 427 //October 17, 2014 at 1:33 pm // Reply

 

 

 

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Fog on the Mountain 2017 by Gramma Nettie

Here is the recipe for “Fog on the school’s orchestra, concert band, stage band, light rock music band, heavy rock music band, Billboard “American Top 40 showmanship band, marching band and chorus classes’ picnic school bus”:

Mix the following ingredients together:

Four (4) fluid ounces of pasteurized apple cider
One (1) tablespoonful of yellow mustard
Four (4) fluid ounces of homogenized milk (whole milk, 2% milk, 1% milk or skim milk is quite adequate for this recipe)
This recipe makes Eight (8) fluid ounces of the above refreshment drink. This refreshment drink goes great with popcorn, ham and beans, pork and beans, cooked beans with sliced hotdog pieces cooked in the beans. The above refreshment drink also goes great with beans and bacon slices as well as ham and cheddar cheese sandwiches and ham and Swiss cheese sandwiches.

foodie man // July 21, 2014 at 2:26 pm // Reply

 

This one is sure to amaze. I call it “Paper Cup Cocoa”.

Take a paper cup (it must be paper) and fill it 3/4 full of water. Make a hole in the coals big enough for the cup to sit in without touching the cup. Place the cup in the hole and wait. In a few minutes the water will simmer and then boil. Lift the cup out (I use a leather glove) and mix your cocoa. Try other things as well. If you can cook it in a pan or a Dutch you can cook it in a paper cup. Your friends will think your nuts until they see the results.

Ranger Danger // June 22, 2010 at 2:04 pm // Reply

or the recipe of a “Mountain Fog” drink, do the following:
Add equal parts of Coca Cola Classic Soft drink with equal parts of homogenized whole milk:
To an eight (8) fluid ounce drinking cup, add:
1. four (4) fluid ounces of Coca Cola Classic soft drink.
2. four (4) fluid ounces of homogenized whole milk.
Mix the combination together. Enjoy a “Mountain Fog” camping refreshment. Goes great with Jiffy Pop Popcorn cooked over a campfire.

  1. flyboyy // August 9, 2009 at 4:51 pm // Reply

 

 

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Fog on the Mountain 2016 by Gramma Nettie

 

(Kerner & Ogren-Hrejsa, 2018)

Kerner, S., & Ogren-Hrejsa, O. (2018). How to Cook Some Goofy Grub. Retrieved from Boys’ Life: https://boyslife.org/outdoors/1264/goofy-grub/

 
 

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