Meat Cook Times

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Meat Cove, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada

Meat Cove, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada

From Wikipedia;

Meat Cove (Gaelic: Camus na Feola) is a rural fishing community at the northern tip of Inverness County on Nova Scotia's Cape Breton Island. Fisherman fish for lobster in the months of May & July. After the lobster season they fish for crab.

Meat Cove is accessed on an unpaved road off the Cabot Trail. The approach is from the highlands down a steep road to the sparsely settled village in the cove. The permanent population is less than 100.

Meat Cove is the most northerly settlement in Nova Scotia and is located in the Sydney—Victoria federal electoral district.

Since Meat Cove is literally at the end of the road and accessible only by a dirt road, it is often used by wilderness campers as a starting point for the relatively short hike to Grassy Point, or the more arduous three or four day trek to Pollett's Cove, for which there is no marked trail for the majority of the journey.

The name Meat Cove probably comes from fishing fleets using the natural protected cove to come ashore and hunt moose to replenish their supplies. MacLellans and Frasers have lived in Meat Cove for generations. During the last forty years a number of US and central Canadian residents have lived in the village for various lengths of time.

The name Meat Cove, came from the smell of cooking meat that sailors could catch down wind as they approached the cove from many miles away. The cove was a place to lay away and hunt and get fresh water before sailing on.

Another story of the name Meat Cove came from the geographic features of the site. It's said that Indians used to drive deer over the cliffs above the cove in a coordinated hunt to build up their supply of meat.

On Saturday August 21, 2010, torrential rains washed away parts of the only access road to Meat Cove leaving several unable to get away from the remote community. According to local sources, the bridge repair was completed as of October 21, 2010.

Meat and Potatoes Chili

Meat and Potatoes Chili

1.5 pounds Beef Chunks
1 Onion
2 cans Diced Tomatoes
2 cups Beef Broth
2 Bay Leaves
2 tablespoons Chili Powder
3 Garlic Cloves minced
3 large Potatoes
Sour Cream

1. Cut the beef into smaller chunks if necessary.

2. Dice the onion.

3. Brown the beef and the onion in large part with a small amount of oil.

4. Add the tomatoes, beef broth, bay leaves, chili powder and garlic. Cover and simmer for 20 minutes.

5 . Meanwhile, peel and cut the potatoes into chunks placing the cut up pieces into the a bowl of ice water. Change the water approximately 3 times letting the potatoes soak for a total of 15 minutes.

6. Drain the potatoes and add them to the chili. Cover and simmer until the potatoes are tender. Cooking time varies depending on the size of your potato chunks between 30-45 minutes.

7. Salt and pepper to taste.

Serve dressed with cheese, onion and sour cream.

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