Wednesday, March 20, 2013
|EGG FOO YONG|
Beat up 2 eggs lightly, add 1 tsp Soya Sauce. Add Bean Sprout mixture to the eggs.
On frying pan spoon out three circles. Cook 3 min on each side. Put aside warm.
In the Wok (now empty of saved cooking oil)
Add 3" Water and bring to boil. Add 1/2 package of Chinese Noodles. Cook 1 1/2 min. Drain. Set aside. In Wok with small amount of oil. Heat Sliced Carrots, rest of Bean Sprout, Corn, rest of Water Chestnuts and red pepper, celery etc (if you have it).
Add cooked Noodles.
Mu Shu Sauce. Combine 1/4 Chicken Broth, 1 Tbsp. soy sauce, 1 tsp sugar, 1 egg lightly beaten. Add to cooked noodle/veg... cook for 2 min.
I will have made up some cooked rice to go with this all.
|MU SHU MIXED VEGETABLES WITH NOODLES|
|THINGS I HAVE ON HAND. CANNED CHICKEN, WATERCHESTNUTS, BEAN SPROUTS, CORN, PINEAPPLE, EGGS AND NOODLES.|
First get the chicken into small pieces.
Make up batter. 1 cup flour, 1 egg slightly beaten, 1 cup milk, 1 Tbsp melted shortening.
Heat cooking oil (2") in Wok. Coat chicken in Batter and dip in hot oil til light brown.
Drain cooked pieces on paper towel and put aside. Only do about 6 pieces at a time.
SAUCE... 1/2 cup Soya Sauce, 1/2 cup Pineapple juice from can, 1/2 cup Brown Sugar, 1 Tbsp Dijon mustard or dry mustard. 1 tsp Garlic. Heat all above and pour on the cooked chicken. Stir in can of Pineapple. Sprinkle with Sesame seeds. Keep in warm spot.
Saturday, March 16, 2013
Been busy doing inventory of supplies, getting fire wood and getting ready to go out. Counting seed potatoes to fly out and figuring out what can be let freeze and still be good. We decided to put the Cetol paint in plastic bags plus the 3 remaining Mayo jars down the well on rope.
Hopefully we will have Company for the five days before we fly out. Our friend Gary is suppose to fly in here for a visit.
Sunday, March 10, 2013
|Center Mountain from the East.|
|The River had opened up and Bryan had to make a bi-pass up on the bank. It entailed shoveling a ramp up onto the high bank and then working thru the brush for 150 feet.|
|Bryan closed down the far cabin.|
|While he'd been up at the far Cabin for the two nights the side creek had backed up to the Ice Bridge. It had filled the whole side creek and froze on top.... then blow out.|
Monday, March 4, 2013
4 cups flour
2 tbsp yeast
1 tsp salt
1/4 cup sugar
(Mix and make a well.)
Add 2 well beaten eggs, 3 cups lukewarm water, 1/2 cup powdered milk, 1/2 cup oil.
Mix, then add 4 more cups flour.
Knead for 9 minutes.
Let rise 15 min. Knead a few times. Let rise 15 minutes. Make up Buns. Let Rise 3/4 hour.
Bake at 350. for 15 to 18 min. Watch closely at the end. Take out when slightly brown on top.
Sunday, March 3, 2013
WILD CROSS, SILVER, & SUNDRY FOX
AVERAGE 62.54 US TOP 126.00
AVERAGE 1.01 US TOP 1.80
AVERAGE 2.73 TOP 31.00
AVERAGE 33.01 TOP 180.00
AVERAGE 4.41 TOP 9.25
AVERAGE 6.98 TOP 25.00
AVERAGE 262.68 TOP 460.00
AVERAGE 158.78 TOP 350.00
AVERAGE 30.40 TOP 184.00
AVERAGE 11.51 TOP 54.00
RANCHED SILVER FOX
AVERAGE 225.25 TOP 400.00
OVERALL 185.08 TOP 650.00
W. NORTHERN 40.82 TOP 240.00
W. N. CENTRAL 33.51
E. N. CENTRAL 29.78
W. SEMI HEAVY 27.56
E SEMI HEAVY 23.16
SECTION 111 6.39
N. CENTRAL 145.84
W. CAN 457.75
E. CAN 187.40
AVERAGE 194.44 TOP 525.00
BEAVER AVERAGE TOP 400.00
SECTION 111 15.31
OTTER AVERAGE 112.58 TOP 260.00
COYOTE TOP 1,400.00
RED FOX AVERAGE 65.78 TOP 340.00
GREY FOX AVERAGE E. 49.72 TOP 68.00
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|Coming down from Bryan & Henri's Pass|
|Extra Fuel had been stored for the return trip.|
|See that high valley in the center of the picture. That is about the climb to get back to Base Camp.|