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Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Jurassic Park] #7119435
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Was enjoying the thread ,was gonna tell ya congratulations
Then the selfie:-( , then to top it off cottage cheese frown
Whatís next a hair bun?







Congratulations on the fisher
Good Trapping.

Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Jurassic Park] #7119449
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Cool looking critters! I donít mind the selfies so much as you eating rotting cheese!! As cold as it is up there youíd think they could keep that cheese from ruining!

Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Wanna Be] #7119452
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Originally Posted by Wanna Be
Cool looking critters! I donít mind the selfies so much as you eating rotting cheese!! As cold as it is up there youíd think they could keep that cheese from ruining!

Lol grin

Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Jurassic Park] #7119454
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Originally Posted by Jurassic Park
Originally Posted by Nessmuck
Any limits up there ?


No. Thatís an American thing.


No limits in my Northern Zone in New York State !!!! laugh

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Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Jurassic Park] #7119458
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Nice never used to be until a few years ago.

Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Wanna Be] #7119476
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Originally Posted by grisseldog
Was enjoying the thread ,was gonna tell ya congratulations
Then the selfie:-( , then to top it off cottage cheese frown
Whatís next a hair bun?







Congratulations on the fisher
Good Trapping.


No man bun for this guy! Iím a trapper, what do ya think! Lol

Originally Posted by Wanna Be
Cool looking critters! I donít mind the selfies so much as you eating rotting cheese!! As cold as it is up there youíd think they could keep that cheese from ruining!


Itís made with Canadian milk! Thatís the difference lol. Cottage cheese is great in perogies! Give it a try some time!


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Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Jurassic Park] #7119492
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JP....the wife have some Polish in her ?


It is better to die on your feet than to live on your knees.
Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Jurassic Park] #7119497
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I have had Perogies which is potatoes and diced ham.

Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Jurassic Park] #7119498
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JP which way were those fisher facing ?
They must have been running out of Minnesota cause none of those guys could catch any if their life depended on it.

Good catch on those marten eating

By the way I see some fleas, they are quite out in the open,

Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Bruce T] #7119502
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Originally Posted by Bruce T
I have had Perogies which is potatoes and diced ham.

Ingredients
Filling:
2 cups leftover mashed potatoes

1/2 cup smoked ham, diced

1/4 cup frozen sweet peas, thawed

1/2 cup shredded Gruyere

Dough:
2 cups bread flour

2 cups all-purpose flour

1/4 teaspoon baking powder

1 teaspoon salt

1 egg, beaten

2 teaspoons olive oil

1 cup warm water

1 gallon salted water

1 small onion, sliced

1/2 stick butter

2 scallions, sliced

Sour cream, to garnish

Directions

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In a medium bowl, add filling ingredients and combine well. Set aside.
In a large bowl add both flours, baking powder and salt and mix well. In a separate bowl add the remaining dough ingredients and whisk until combined. Add wet ingredients to the dry ingredient using a wooden spoon to form a ball. Cut in half. (You can freeze dough for another time, if desired.)
Flour a work surface and roll dough about 1/8-inch thick. Use a 3-inch biscuit cutter to cut out 12 rounds from the dough.
Place a dollop of filling in the center of each dough round. Fold dough over filling to form a half moon. Press edges together with your thumb. Seal the edges using the flat tines of a fork.
Bring a large saucepan of salted water to a simmer. Add perogies and cook for about 2 minutes. Drain perogies.
Meanwhile, in a large skillet over high heat, melt half of the butter and add the onion.
Cook onions for 5 to 6 minutes until slightly caramelized. Add perogies and the remaining butter. Allow to saute for a few minutes, then add the scallions.
Remove to a platter and serve with sour cream.

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Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Nessmuck] #7119505
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Originally Posted by Bruce T
I have had Perogies which is potatoes and diced ham.


Lol that is not a perogie! Lol.

Originally Posted by Nessmuck
JP....the wife have some Polish in her ?


Lol no! Everyone eats perogies here. Doesnít matter what you are!


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Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Jurassic Park] #7119507
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Cottage cheese perogies!!!! Yippee!!!

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Can anyone see the fleas on JP's dinner plate. Sorry they are not moving !

Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Jurassic Park] #7119508
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Strange.Just looked up the recipe I posted above.

Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Bruce T] #7119509
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Originally Posted by Bruce T
I have had Perogies which is potatoes and diced ham.


Sounds like a copyright infringement of the original.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierogi



Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Jurassic Park] #7119512
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The Croatians and Ukiranians love their perogies.
I think they invented that stuff in the old country so they wouldnt have to eat their bootsoles when times were tough and they didnt have any real food.

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Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: mad_mike] #7119513
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Originally Posted by mad_mike
Originally Posted by Bruce T
I have had Perogies which is potatoes and diced ham.


Sounds like an Irish copyright infringement of the original.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pierogi



A polish couple introduced me to them.They was my neighbors when I was child at my parents house.

Re: The Fisher were moving! [Re: Jurassic Park] #7119514
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Nice action on the fishers!! They are one of the coolest looking NA furbeaers. We'll never have them, they need actual forests and northern ones at that. We're lucky to have tree squirrels. The Black Hills out in western SD has some marten, maybe some fishers will ditty mount across the plains to join them someday, never can tell.

No real culture of perogies here, not enough eastern Euro ancestry people.Norskies don't really stuff things, except whatever they put on the inside of a lefse. A couple of my aunts, who grew up speaking German has their first language, used to make "cheese pockets" and "fleisch kniflah" which are both sort of like perogies. Maybe I should learn the recipes someday. I like eating big pieces of meat and less flour-dominated things. And whole pieces of fruits. I had an order of perogies at the Peace Gardens the only time I visited that place. Does that count...?


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Bruce, thatís one complicated perogie lol.

To make the dough we use sour cream and flour!

Filling: cottage cheese, egg, salt, pepper.


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Originally Posted by Jurassic Park
Bruce, thatís one complicated perogie lol.

To make the dough we use sour cream and flour!

Filling: cottage cheese, egg, salt, pepper.


Lol ...


They are excellent eating.

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Originally Posted by NonPCfed
Nice action on the fishers!! They are one of the coolest looking NA furbeaers. We'll never have them, they need actual forests and northern ones at that. We're lucky to have tree squirrels. The Black Hills out in western SD has some marten, maybe some fishers will ditty mount across the plains to join them someday, never can tell.

No real culture of perogies here, not enough eastern Euro ancestry people.Norskies don't really stuff things, except whatever they put on the inside of a lefse. A couple of my aunts, who grew up speaking German has their first language, used to make "cheese pockets" and "fleisch kniflah" which are both sort of like perogies. Maybe I should learn the recipes someday. I like eating big pieces of meat and less flour-dominated things. And whole pieces of fruits. I had an order of perogies at the Peace Gardens the only time I visited that place. Does that count...?


I think a Fisher would do better there than a Marten. Fisher love running around creeks and marsh. Iím sure you guys have that.
Donít buy store bought perogies if youíre wanting to try them. Store bought suck balls!
Need them to be home made!


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