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Old 03-28-2003, 02:03 PM   #1
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Saw Mill Gravy

Saw mill gravy

From the Camp of: Lyndon........Prep time: 2 hours........Number of servings: 8 to 20 (8 Men 20 Wimps)
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INGREDIENTS
Ginger 1 teaspoon.......................................... .Sage 1 tablespoon
Nutmeg 1 tablespoon.......................................S ugar 2 heaping tablespoons
Garlic powder 1 pinch.......................................Mace 1 tablespoon
Salt 1 teaspoon [probably a little more]..............Pepper 1 teaspoon
Fresh ground pork 3 Pounds.............................Onion 1 large diced
1 gallon Milk.............................................. .......Potato buds (Instant Potatoes) 2 cups
Eggs 2

Mix dry ingredients and divide in 1/2 to be used in sausage and 1/2 in gravy.
Mix 1/2 with pork and eggs. BEST if let set for about 1 hour.

About 2 cups flour to thicken.

Fry in very large skillet breaking into pieces when this is almost done add onion. When this becomes transparent add 3/4-gallon milk. And other 1/2 dry mix. In the other 1/4 of milk add flour and mix well add this to gravy as needed to thicken. Should be very thick about like thin whipped cream. Serve with biscuits, thick sliced homemade bread toasted on camp fire ,and crisp fried corned beef hash.
Salt & pepper to taste
PUt some of my Maple syrup on your biscuit first Wow!!!.
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Is this really real? Mace is an herb? I think I'm a wimp :yep
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* * * * * * Is this really real? *Mace is an herb? *I think I'm a wimp :yep
:chinThe nutmeg tree, Myristica fragrans, is special in that it produces two seperate spices, nutmeg and Mace. Mace is the ground outer covering (aril) of the nutmeg seed. A piece of unground Mace is called a blade. Mace is most popular in European foods where it is used in both savory and sweet dishes. It is the dominant flavor in doughnuts. Mace is indigenous to the Molucca Islands. There are both male and female trees and they are planted in a ratio of about 1 male tree for every 10 female trees. The Portuguese controlled the Mace trade until they were driven out by the Dutch in 1602. At one point the price of Mace was so high and nutmeg so low that one Dutch official, unaware that Mace and nutmeg came from the same tree, ordered growers to burn nutmeg trees and grow more Mace.:chin
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