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Show Us What You're Cooking! (SUWYC) - Volume 23, Fall 2021

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    Breakfast …. .home made bacon (just finishing last batch, good thing I made more), 3 eggs from our chickens, some butter in the cast iron after cooking the bacon, and some shredded Tilamook. Still in bachelor mode as wife slept in pretty late after her night out.

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      SVQ Steak.. With shrooms aspargues, grilled veggies and potatoes..
      Served with whiskypepper sauce.
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      • ecowper
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        That’s a beautiful plate of food!

      • Elton's BBQ
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        Thanks ecowper

      • Henrik
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        Nice one Kjetil!!

      Reverse seared one of my favorite cuts, a Porterhouse, with some hallucinogenic mushrooms. 🙄

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      • Panhead John
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        klflowers Young man? Thanks, but, have you been eating my “special” mushrooms?

      • Panhead John
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        Jfrosty27 Can you believe that was a select cut? I bought it at HEB yesterday. It looked good in the store but I didn’t pay attention to the grade. I only noticed it when I got home. It turned out pretty darn good, especially for select.

      • tbob4
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        The steak looks great but I am disappointed in the formal dinner ware

      Bacon. All I got to say
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      • Panhead John
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        Damn that looks good! 👍

      • tbob4
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        Oh yeah!

      • ecowper
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        Love it!

      Basic burgers. Still pretty hard to beat.
      Kosher salt, BBB, grilled onions, melty Swiss.

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      • Caffeine88
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        We had some amazing purple heirlooms this year, but they gave up early. Still got a couple yellow Lemon Boys hanging in there. Boy, were they good.

      • SheilaAnn
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        We were lamenting a sorry @ss crop of tomatoes this year. Indigo Creams never got bigger than grapes, only got about 3 lemon boys, beefsteaks were a bust. It’s ok, we are doing favas over the winter so spring will have delicious soil for the next tomatoes.

      • tbob4
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        SheilaAnn - same here. My wife has a very green thumb but her pumpkins, melons and and tomatoes were terrible. Luckily, my peppers flourished.

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      • klflowers
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        Dang KBQ. I can't...

      • Dr. Pepper
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        klflowers I also thought it was a KBQ, but then I looked at the top of the cook box. ?

      • Polarbear777
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        Alton brown’s devils on horseback (dates stuffed with cream cheese, pickles and sriracha and wrapped in pepperoni. )

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ID:	1107606 Dino ribs from Wild Fork Foods tonight. These were prime grade plate short ribs.

      I hit them liberally yesterday afternoon with Recteq’s Heffer Dust beef rub. It has a lot of salt so I used it as my dry brine. Then on to the Recteq RT-700 at 8:00 AM this morning. They were done and came off at 4:00 PM. Then rested in a warm oven loosely tented with foil. I warmed the oven to its lowest temp (170) and turned it off. The rack rested in there for about 90 minutes.

      I served them with some store bought au graten potatoes. The ribs were just perfect IMO. So rich! But so yummy. Oh and the rack was giant and left plenty of leftovers. 😉

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      • Stuey1515
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        Perfect shorties, that is the way it is done mate!!!

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        I like these petite sirlions. I see them on sale periodically, usually at Safeway or Giant. They are are not large steaks, and the packages always have several different sized steaks in one package. I think they are trimmings or something.

        They tend to be quite lean and very flavorful. Not tender, but not tough.

        Today I decided to try cooking them frozen.The 4 steaks were frozen in one block. I moved it side to side several times to get even browning instead of sear marks. Then when I flipped them the broke apart. Nice mahogany browning. Th etwo smaller ones I browned on all 4 sides.
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          Last night’s pizza. Kenji’s cast iron pan pizza. The cheese melted on the slice before I could get a pic of the crumb. Then we just ate way too fast!

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          • tbob4
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            Love that crust shot!

          • Skip
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            That crust is an A+. Good job!

          • Panhead John
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            I must admit Sheila, that’s one of the best looking pizzas I’ve seen posted here. 👍

          I've been looking for a new trout/salmon marinade to try, so this evening I did Chili Pepper Madness's Spicy Salmon Marinade: https://www.chilipeppermadness.com/r...lmon-marinade/

          This is a solid marinade, but even though it has several strong ingredients, the overall flavor profile was soy and salty (not objectionably so, but they were the dominant flavors). The serranos added lovely bursts of heat, however.

          The marinade did work very well over the broccoli, which I roasted alongside the trout.

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            Flank on a chimney over spring mix, shallots, and parmesan, dressed with my nam pla vinaigrette.

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            • Panhead John
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              Will you marry me?

            • Jim White
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              What a perfect plate! I can only imagine the flavors.

            • Michael_in_TX
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              Now that my skirt steak cooking skills have improved so much, I need to give flank another try.

            Some smoked wings to watch some college football with, along with a side of a local Oktoberfest brew. Wings were rubbed, smoked and finished with a little Cajun bbq sauce mixed with a small amount of Alabama white sauce. They certainly came out better than my Tigers did tonight!!
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            • Michael_in_TX
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              Like the color on those wings. (Yes, LSU....had issues.....)

            • tbob4
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              Great looking plate of food!

            Looks delicious. Come around more often. The water is good.

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              Simple steak and potatoes. Grilled ribeyes and charred some shishitos just harvested from the garden.

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              • tbob4
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                Nice, simple and delicious

              • Dr. Pepper
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                Yep. What tbob4 said. Pure food.

              • Chris Williamson
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                👀 looks wonderful. Everything I want with my steak; let the meat speak for itself.

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