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    Found this at delish.com. Different for me and really good

    Garlic Butter Sausage Sub. I used hot sausage.

    I did scale this to one sub via Paprika.

    https://www.delish.com/cooking/recip...e-subs-recipe/

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      Meatloaf night on the Weber Kettle, local beef mixed with ground Italian sausage, coated with Sopchoppy sauce n frenched onions…green bean casserole too!
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      • texastweeter
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        SheilaAnn try alton browns GBCasserole, you will never go back.

      • SheilaAnn
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        What is the emoji for skeptical? 🤣

        Honestly, I think it’s one of those things that I was forced to eat as a child. Now I’m tainted. TRUTH: I would not eat pizza until about the 6th grade because I was forced to eat watered down Ragu pasta sauce. And even then, I scraped the sauce off. I begged for noodles and butter and cheese. No go.

      • Bkhuna
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        Sopchoppy FL, the worm gruntin' capitol of the world! Been there, done that, got the T-shirt.

      Restaurant purchased meat balls in marinara (Cafe Lago in Seattle), on Como bread with bufalo mozzarella under the broiler, topped with Vienna hot giardiniera.

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        This day keeps getting better! Giardinera on top of stewed monkey brains? WINNING!!!!

      • ofelles
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        SheilaAnn thanks for the visual!

      Pork Chops with a Lemon Caper Sauce

      This dish reminded my of Rao’s Lemon Chicken that I make. Very similar flavor profile and very good! Enjoyed this and my son….usually tells me everything is good, but he said tonight was really good.

      the chops were done in the hot tub at 135* for 90 minutes, then finished on the farmhouse skillet. Served with brown rice and green beans. This went straight to the Paprika app!

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      • Michael_in_TX
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        Lemon-caper sauce.....I like that....the brightness would go really well with the pork.

      Salmon with potatoes and asparagus.

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      • Dr. Pepper
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        I just have to comment on the colors. The green of the asparagus reflected in the rim of the glazed plate, and even in the wooden table. What a composition! The glaze on the salmon, potatoes & plate. I’m certain it all tastes as good as it looks. Are you sure you’re not a professional food stylist, Attjack ?

      • Attjack
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        I wish. How do I go about making this career change? 😂

      • DTro
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        Nice plate pic!

      Grilled, marinated flank steak. Served with risotto and brocollini.
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      • Dr. Pepper
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        Gorgeous. Also with great colors and textures! And perfect steak.

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      Two monster pork chops with Meatheads rub. Delicious!

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      • Jfrosty27
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        Those are my favorite cut of pork chops. Don’t have Giant stores here though. I must get then online. Usually from Wild Fork Foods.

      • Dr. Pepper
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        Beautiful. I see your 2 zone setup. Did you forward or reverse sear?

      • HawkerXP
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        Reverse, Dr. Pepper

      Took the dog for a walk, damn it’s cold out so made some biscuits to warm up.
      Sometimes you need just good old comfort food
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        Mrs. H frowns on chicken wings, "to fatty", but occasionally she will get a nice pack of drummies for us and I’ll cook them up like wings. Here are the ones I did the other evening. Weber Performer, Vortex and just S n P on the legs. I went back into the house to get a refreshment and when I came back I couldn’t believe the temp was only just above 225*. What happened!?! Well, I did have all vents wide open and it appears the Vortex took off! The needle had gone all the way around and was going for a second spin. Didn’t have to worry about crispy skin that night. It was a balmy 22* out, perfect night for grilling!
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        • gboss
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          seems like you need an altimeter-style thermometer with that thing!

        • DTro
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          Thats warp speed cooking!

        • Andrrr
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          Impressive on the needle wrapping. I’ve had it peg out before so who knows how hot it really got, but it has made me wonder if it ever caused permanent damage.

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        Simple beef teriyaki stir fry. Made it last night with this K-9 approved piece of flank steak. The veggies, sweet peppers, onion, carrot, and parsnips, were marinated in dash of sesame oil, soy and sherry before a quick stir fry, then blended with the beef before serving.
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        • Andrrr
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          That’s flank? Looks really well marbled. I bet it was delish.

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        • SheilaAnn
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          Best reason ever to have red beans and rice.

        Quick and easy tonight
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        • Andrrr
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          You sure love anchovies on pizza huh?

        Pulled chuck roast sandwich with horseradish mayo and caramelized onion and smoked Mac and cheese
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        • Dr. Pepper
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          Moist!

        • SheilaAnn
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          But that Mac n cheese!

        Winter Storm Izzy is headed straight for us, and if the weather folks are to be believed it'll dump several inches of snow on us, bring high winds, lots of ice, power outages, and usher in the very apocalypse itself

        So I prepared for the end of days the best way I know how: I made a big ol' batch of chili
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        • Andrrr
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          Those weathermen have gloom and doom down to a science, don’t they? Well if you do get hit with the cold, wind and snow you should probably throw something on the smoker and post pics. There are at least a few of us here that deal with those conditions for 3-4 months out of the year. You can do it!

        • SheilaAnn
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          Stay safe and warm, friend. You will obviously be well fed!

        • smokin fool
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          Yup, they're telling us we're in for a good dumping overnight.
          Perfect comfort food for a stormy day.
          Nice Job

        Such a bounty we have on hand right now from our CSA. I roasted a romanesco (math geek alert: romanescoes have a fractal growth habit) with turmeric and sumac. Paired that with wilted rainbow chard and spinach. Check out the yummy hog jowl bacon lardons!

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        • theroc
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          The romanesco sounds wonderful. Can you share the recipe?

        • Jim White
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          theroc No real recipe. I just cut up the romanesco, coated it with EVOO and then shook turmeric and sumac on it until it looked right, tossing in a small bowl to coat. The it went on a silpat in a 375 oven. At minutes, the oil was smoking so I dropped the temp to 350. Total oven time was 20 minutes. I then lightly salted before serving Inspired by my daughter roasting cauliflower with turmeric for us in our anniversary dinner recently.

        • theroc
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          Very nice. Thanks.

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