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CAPTAIN MARKS FAMOUS BLIND BROTH

1 CAN CHICKEN BROTH
2 CANS TOMATO SOUP
CAYENNE PEPPER
GARLIC POWDER
OREGANO

MIX ALL ABOVE TOGETHER

COME TO A BOIL FOR 5 MIN IN PAN

PREHEAT YOUR THERMOS WITH HOT WATER

EMPTY HOT WATER OUT OF THERMOS

FILL THERMOS UP- ENJOY IN THE FIELD

BLIND BROTH WILL NOT EFFAECT YOU LIKE COFFEE

LOTS OF PROTIEN AND IT WILL STICK TO YOUR RIBS.

TRY IT ONE TIME AND YOU WILL NEVER GO BACK TO COFFEE

GOOD LUCK
 

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One of your best inventions.Always in my blind bag after you turned me on to it.Even took it muzzeloading.Should add to be careful not to burn it,and fill pan with water after you put in thermos,the hen will be much happier when she cleans up.
 

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<P>Hey Capt. Mark rememberd your post last year about the duck blind broth.&nbsp; Just wanted to tell you this stuff rocks!!!<IMG src="/images/boards/smilies/biggrin.gif" align=absMiddle border=0>&nbsp; It hits the spot and warms you up especially if add some hot sauce to it!!<IMG src="/images/boards/smilies/wink.gif" align=absMiddle border=0>&nbsp; Never leave with out when going hunting!</P>
 

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I made some this past Saturday before&nbsp; I went out. This is GOOD stuff. Thanks for the recipe
 

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<P style="MARGIN: 0px">Always remember to make enough for your buddy. Zinger kept drinking mine.</P> <P style="MARGIN: 0px">&nbsp;</P> <P style="MARGIN: 0px">&nbsp;</P>
 

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<P>You two sound like a couple of married queens.<IMG src="http://www.websitetoolbox.com/images/boards/smilies/biggrin.gif" align=absMiddle border=0>&nbsp; Whos making the broth for friday? Bet it would go good w/some turkey sandwiches.</P>
 

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<P>Hey, watch what you say. Zinger is sensitive. </P> <P style="MARGIN: 0px">HMMM Broth and Turkey that does sound good. </P> <P style="MARGIN: 0px">&nbsp;</P> <P style="MARGIN: 0px">Hey Zinger for get about those egg sandwiches and bring some Turkey.</P>
 

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TTT...&nbsp; Time to make some of this amazing concoction.<br><br>Pete<br><br>
 

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<P>I was just going to search this recipe and here it was sitting on the top. Bumped up by Rudder. This stuff is great and I might make some for this weekend. Needed the recipe again!</P>
 

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<P>
Robopeepee said:
Excuse me?<BR><BR>Pete<BR><BR>
</P><br>why did you fart?<br>
 

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Another "serving suggestion". Try adding dried onion flakes and crushed red pepper flakes. VERY tasty!!!
 

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<P>Well...I'm giving Captain Marks Famous Blind Broth a first try.&nbsp; Any tips to getting it hot <U>fast</U> early in the morning.&nbsp;&nbsp; I was think microwave???</P>
 

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KingMallard, <br><br>That was some damn good blind broth on Saturday morning. Too bad it was cut short by all of the coots that came crashing in 5 minutes before shooting time. <br><br>Great Hunt. Looking forward to gettting out on some big water when I am back at xmas. <br><br><br>
 

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KingMallard said:
<P>Well...I'm giving Captain Marks Famous Blind Broth a first try.&nbsp; Any tips to getting it hot <U>fast</U> early in the morning.&nbsp;&nbsp; I was think microwave???</P><P>
</P>I usually mix everything up in the night before them throw it on the stove 1st thing while the coffee is brewing. That seems to be quicker than the micro!<br>
 

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KingMallard, <br><br>I tried PETA's method of brewing in the morning. Just remember to turn the stove top off when you leave the house. <br><br>Anybody got a room&nbsp;I can rent?<br>
 
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