As things begin to back to normal, the guys were able to focus on the things that have made the show such a success over the past couple of decades – fishing and hunting and food! Capt. Kirk and Capt. Kevin had a really good week of fishing, and Jeff had an interesting time in Georgia…involving a machete.
In other news Great Turkey Skunk of 2020 continued for all three of the boys, even though they heard some good gobbling. But Kevin may have some hope…if he could do something about the bully bird on his property – get the details on that wild one during this episode.
By the final hour of the episode, the guys were starting to get a little sideways. And then Mitch called, and it all fell to pieces. Listen – and laugh – at your own risk!
Here’s your L.V. Hiers gear tip of the week: The Original SNIP Fishing Line Cutter cuts clean and precise through braided line, mono line, and fluoro line. With the built-on carabiner, clip it to your hip or vest so it’s always handy and never lost. Snip the fishing line and let it go, the built-in tether retracts back into place until you need it again, no more looking around the boat with your hands full for a set of fishing pliers or nippers. With a Boomerang SNIP Fishing line cutter you’ll spend more time with your line in the water and less time looking for your tool.
Here’s your Kirbyco Builders Inc cooking tip of the week from Chef Kirk:
Mushroom Steak Topper
2 cups mushrooms
2 tbsp garlic
Sweetened condensed milk
With mushrooms sliced – sauté them with 2 tbs butter on low heat until brown. Slowly add garlic, Worcestershire sauce (2tbs) and garlic …. simmer for approx 5 mins on reduced heat just enough to brown garlic then add 1/5 cup white wine with tbs butter and reduce again to slowly eliminate liquid. Add tbs of sweetened condensed milk and about a splash of 1/2&1/2…… reduce slowly till it thickens….
Spoon over a freshly grilled steak….
Note: depending on number of steaks you can add more mushrooms if needed (at beginning) also 2 types of mushrooms gives it a richer body.