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

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    Chicken parmesan with angel hair aglia e olio. This was delicious. The chicken was boneless thighs, lightly pounded. The breading was panko seasoned with homemade Italian seasoning. The aglia e olio had red pepper flakes in it.
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    • Ernest
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      Love the colors on this photo. Would make a great NFT HAHAHA

    • tbob4
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      That looks great!!

    Chilli con carne. Smoked chuck, with smoked onion, tomato, and lime. With a side of corn bread topped with orange honey butter.
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    • Ernest
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      The color of that chilli, spectacular!!!!

    • tbob4
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      Really nice!

    • Henrik
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      My kind of food! Yum!

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      When your buddy shows up at 4 and convinces you to go to the bar. But you still make it home in time to have dinner in the oven before she walks through the door. Spaghetti squash and bison meatballs.

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        Oh, we just picked up a spaghetti squash tonight. Great idea...looks so good! We'll try something like that!

      Plain and simple, and Good. Scrambled Eggs and hot dogs, with a huge dose of Tabasco.
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      • Jfrosty27
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        I’m in for that! Winner.

      My Veterans Day faux brisket. Sous vide large choice chuck roast for 36 hours at 140 F. Ice bath. Today seasoned with Hard Core Carnivore rub, smoked on the kettle about 90 minutes. Taste and texture very close to a good brisket. A little dry, but made a pan sauce from the sous vide liquid. Maybe need to inject with waygu beef tallow 😆😅😂🤣
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        Pan seared salmon tonight. Fish was one of my projects for this year. I still know very little about a lot of various fish and the cuts. With that being said, I have gotten significantly better at the fish we tend to buy.

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        • Michael_in_TX
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          Good crust!

        • Dr. Pepper
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          Nice looking salmon. And even better looking photo of Mr. CHRZ!

        • tbob4
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          That is fantastic

        Made pork roast in the crockpot, subbing cranberries for blackberries from the recipe. Click image for larger version

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          Jalapenos, blackberries, and cranberries.....wow that taste in my mind is amazing.

        I was busy Tuesday. First I made the Japanese milk bread that's my favorite. I made both a loaf and rolls, which I gave to my brother. And since I was baking, I decided to make a clone of Cheesecake Factory's brown bread for my wife. That turned out tasty too. And for supper, I made some Vortex chicken. It was a good day.

        I scored the loaf to help with the rise, but I didn't expect it to go sideways...

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          Continuing on the breakfast for dinner theme.....

          Breakfast Tacos for Dinner: toasted flour tortillas, topped with scrambled eggs (seasoned with Meat Church's Holy Cow BBQ Rub), chopped bacon, Tapatio, pico, and shredded Mexican cheese.

          Yum.

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          • Attjack
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            My buddy has a dream to open a breakfast taco food cart

          • barelfly
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            Have you tried the Holy Voodoo rub?

            Nice tacos as well!

          I had the other half of the bison from last night so I made mushroom marinara, meatballs, and mozzarella.

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          • barelfly
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            Man! That is excellent!

          • holehogg
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            Im adding a visit to you for a meal on my bucket list. That looks so good.
            Oh boy.

          • Huskee
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            woah baby

          After 2 user errors by me on the Smokefire EX4, the brisket was saved. Sorry the picture is not better.
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            One of my wife’s favs….. Beef and Broccoli

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              Not wanting to be left off the salmon boat (see what i did there?)…. And it certainly wont make the next newsletter. Seared salmon Caesar salad. From Sitka. Excellent salmon!

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              • Dr. Pepper
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                And……wait for it…another winning salmon and winning avatar photo! Richard Chrz, see what you’ve started.

              • tbob4
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                I’m accusing you and Richard Chrz of being in the same kitchen tonight! They look very similar. I sure am glad I didn’t do salmon tonight. It would t stand up to these.

              Friday eve burger night. There's bacon involved, cooked and crumbled into the ground beef.
              Pickled red onions.
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              • glitchy
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                The burger looks great, but did I sleep through a day again?

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