Thats what they call me. Some even say there's a "Soprano" resemblance. I dont see it. I've been doing mornings here since 1987. In radio years, that qualifies me to be a Jurassic Park exhibit, I think. But having Blacksmith, Roadkill, Laura, and Kelly there each morning keeps it fun. We hope it does for you too....
As for me - I'm just a normal guy in an abnormal job. I've got a great wife, 2 great kids, and a job that lets me play for a living. Yeah, that doesn't suck.....
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Valerie/Kathy’s Christmas Meat Pie
Every year, Christmas season doesn't officially start at my house until "Pie Day". My wife, daughter, sister and law and her mother, and friends pick a Saturday to make our traditional Christmas Meat Pie. It's a traditional pork pie that was handed down from our French Canadian family. Here's the loose interpretation of the recipe!
Here is the recipe my wife and sister in law use to make our holiday meat pies. They follow it pretty loosely – so have fun with it, and flavor the pies to your liking! Hope you like it – and Merry Christmas!
1 tbsp spoon Olive Oil
1 med. Onion (chopped)
1 lb. ground pork
1 lb. ground beef (80/20)
5 med. Potatoes (peeled)
3 tbsp allspice
1 tsp. sugar
salt/pepper (to taste)
In large pan over medium heat, simmer onion in olive oil til translucent.
Add ground pork and ground beef.
Peel potatoes, cook and drain (reserving one cup of liquid)
Mash potatoes till slightly chunky
Combine potatoes with meat, adding reserved liquid as needed.
Add allspice and sugar, salt and pepper to taste.
Simmer for about 2 hours, stirring every 20 minutes or so.
Place meat mixture into pie crust, and cook at 475 degrees for 15 minutes, then reduce to 375 for an additional 25 minutes- or until crust is golden brown.