Will\u2019s Streamside Trout\r\nBuild a small fire on the bank of the Greenbrier River.\r\nCatch a trout \u201cfirst.\u201d\r\nClean the trout and put it in a piece of clean foil you have in your fishing bag.\r\nSqueeze a lemon on it \u2013 both side.\r\nDot with butter.\r\nWrap in foil and place in the coals of the fire.\r\nPut some coals over it.\r\nCook for about 17 \u2013 20 minutes depending on the size of the trout.\r\nI\u2019ll bet this is the way Mr. Curtis Curry did his dinner before he came home.\r\nHe probably had a can of pork and beans to go with his fireside meal.\r\n\u00a0\r\n\r\nVenison Hash\r\nSaute an onion in a skillet.\r\nAdd leftover deer meat \u2013 cooked and cubed.\r\nAdd 1 or 2 potatoes, cubed\r\nUse leftover drippings for juice.\r\nCook until potatoes are done.\r\nTake off heat.\r\nAdd some cubed bread for filler.\r\n\u00a0\r\nTexas Hash\r\n2 large onions\r\n\u00bd cup uncooked rice\r\n2 green peppers, chopped fine\r\n3 Tbsp. margarine\r\n1 pound ground beef\r\n2 cups canned tomatoes\r\nDash pepper\r\n1 tsp. chili powder\r\n1 tsp. salt\r\n\u00a0Cook onion and green pepper in margarine until onions are transparent.\r\nAdd meat and saute until mixture falls apart.\r\nAdd tomatoes, rice and seasonings.\r\nPut in a large casserole dis.\r\nCover and bake at 375 degrees about 45 minutes.\r\n\u00a0\r\nHumble Stew\r\n1 pound ground beef\r\n2 onions, sliced thin\r\n1 cup cabbage, shredded\r\n1 cup celery, diced\r\n16 oz. kidney beans\r\n1 cup home canned tomatoes\r\n1 tsp salt\r\nDash pepper\r\n1 tsp chili powder\r\n2 cups water\r\n\u00a0Brown meat.\r\nToss in onion, cabbage and celery.\r\nCook until vegetables are done.\r\nAdd water.\r\nSimmer 15 minutes\r\nAdd remaining ingredients and cook for 25 minutes.