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Discussion in 'Drink, Smoke, and Fine Dining' started by agup48, Apr 7, 2010.

  1. arizonaitalian

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    My turn at strip night...I went with an hour in the smoke at 220F and then seared in cast iron at a screaming hot eleventy degrees using rendered beef fat oil and a touch of olive oil. Super yummy and tender. Gotta love Costco prime grade.

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    You missed the teething stage T. Bella's adult teeth are starting to come in. I have bones for her to chew, but she still likes the coffee table.
     
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    I vacillate between hating salmon and tolerating salmon. This recipe ^^ almost makes me wanna try it :)
     
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    You must have Texan blood in you!
    My wife is the same. She loves planked salmon - which is not exactly the sort of thing you whip up on short notice - and she will tolerate these burgers, which actually have some mesquite smoke flavor in them. You can buy these burgers at Costco. They're not too bad in terms of ingredients. Flavor is good, especially grilled.
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    Bought the Anaheim chili peppers at Kroger to experiment with. I've seen them in a few recipes for pinquito beans. These Anaheims had very mild heat. Good smoky flavor from being roasted though. Might be fun to ratchet up the heat a little while guajillo peppers, but those seem hard to find fresh.

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    Yeah man! Straight up. Good stuff.

    Let me know how they are. I sent @tomc a few. I remember way back he asked for any extras. Glad to share.
     
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    They're out of quarantine, and we're having lamb. Looking @ a few grilled lamb w/ Meyer lemon sauce recipes.
    Fingers crossed! And, again, thanks, those lemons look great...T
     
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    Oven roasted all. Sweet potatoes, purple variety. Shallots, carrots, thyme, lemon, rosemary, honey.
     
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    I'm hungry after the park.............. Don't feel like cooking. Trying to talk my family into getting Chinese take out. Dad is onboard, but if mom and brother bail. Dad said we'll do Japanese. His turn to pay, I ended up paying the last two times.
     
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    My advice, you & Dad go to the Chinese place, eat until you're ready to bust.
    Loosen your belts, and then eat until you pass out! :D

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    The competition amongst Japanese restaurants here, they are in pretty much every plaza. Is so great, many offer an all you can eat menu. Its made to order, so not buffet style. Its not bad, if very hungry. But most are closed because of covid. Speaking of buffet's, I miss the one at our local casino. It was pretty good.
     
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    Good find. We use their EVOO and really like it. We read a while ago olive oil is one of the most counterfeited foods / commodities out there. These folks seemed to have a tight shop so we went with them.
     
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    Casino buffet, can't beat that! We did the $6 prime rib dinner at one of the places on Fremont Street in Vegas. Think it was the Californian. That prime rib was paper thin, but it came with a salad, a veggie, a starch, some strawberry shortcake kind of dessert, and ice tea IIRC. We ate like kings! This 'rona is a major drag, needs to go the f**k away!
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    For the broccoli fans. @ronfrohock
    My wife's favorite. Steamed in the wave with two slices of American cheese. Yep, the stuff in the plastic wrap. I tried to go fancy it up once with gruyere cheese. I got skunk eye for my efforts.

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    Meyer lemon and garlic dipping sauce.

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    Lamb. Costco. I slice it up into 4 portions because as much as I love grilled lamb, I don't like leftover lamb.

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    Tri-tip marinating in a bath of worcheschire, red wine vinegar, olive oil, honey, and sweet tea. Steak is seasoned with kosher salt and Herbs de Provence rub. Will be pulling off around 145F I think. Considering doing a low smoke for about 2 hours and see what the internal temp will be, wrap until final temp and then sear.

    Also making a sauce, but that recipe has not formed in my head yet.

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    Found a moms sauce in the freezer. So making spaghetti and meatballs tonight.
     
  25. tomc

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    Yummy. For tri tip, I like horseradish...T
     
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