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Show Us What You're Cooking! (SUWYC) - Volume 24, Winter 2021/2022

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    Prime Rib Steak from prior dividing of Costco primal, and thinner Costco American Waygu NY strip. Both dry brined, and black pepper.

    'Dry Sous Vide' in convection roast at 210 until the thicker Rib steak hit 120 IT. I put the thinner NY in later, pulled it at IT of 115.

    Then seared over wood for 3 minutes, flipping every 30 sec.

    After 40-50 minutes in 210 convection oven:
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    • treesmacker
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      "Dry Sous Vide" interesting! That looks perfect!

    • holehogg
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      Oh boy!!!

    • DaveD
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      Looks fabulous! Nice work!

    Grilled cheese brisket tacos.
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    • Spinaker
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      Yes!

    • SheilaAnn
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      Where I come from son, they call them tostadas.

      I don’t care what ya call them, I would like an order of four please……looks so dang good!!!

    Today, Judges, we have prepared BBQ Sauced Chicken. Seasoned on the meat side, then sprayed the skin side and seasoned it. On a well sprayed grate on my YS640S running at 300F. Sprayed every 25 minutes with apple cider vinegar. Sauced with BBQ the last 25 minutes.

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    • SheilaAnn
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      Omg SammyJ at home when I do a new dish, I always say that “judges, we have prepared….l

      And those chicken thighs….I can only aspire to be one of the judges!

    • DaveD
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      Yes, I too volunteer to judge those thighs. It's the least I can do.

    Here is a handful of flanks provided by my BIL @ Deer Park Deli. Cooked on a Weber 4GS. About 5 min ea side.
    We froze them in soy/teriyaki blend and flew them out to Telluride, to enjoy with friends on a much needed ski trip. ​ Click image for larger version

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    • SammyJ
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      Nice!

    • Dr. Pepper
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      Cool! I like the frozen transport. Did you worry that TSA was going to strip search 👀 you?

    One of the sourdough pizzas I made this week.

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    • fzxdoc
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      Nice! I'm happy to see that your bottom didn't get burned.

      Kathryn

    • Richard Chrz
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      SheilaAnn Ha! And thank you for kind words. Did you see where I shared a bread & Pizza thread?
      Last edited by Richard Chrz; February 11, 2022, 11:33 AM.

    • SheilaAnn
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      Richard Chrz I have not….. let me look around

    Pretty sure this will put all previous cooks here to shame. Sorry but I’m gonna do it anyway. Not many people have the expertise that I do when it comes to complicated gourmet cooks, like these magazine worthy shots of hot dogs I cooked tonight. The secret my friends is……grate probes! I learned this from our buddy Huskee last year. Too many people don’t realize how critical proper grate temps are to the success of your weenies.. Anyway, Dancing With The Stars is coming on, gotta go.


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    • Panhead John
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      Bogy That would just be showing off.

    • Bogy
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      Panhead John When did that stop you before?

    • smokin fool
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      we're not worthy

    Did italian hot sausage, peppers and onions. Roasted potatoes and wine. Potatoes in grapeseed oil and garlic in oven. Seasoned with salt, pepper and F.I. Hatch Pepper. I was going to do sausage and onion on C.I. griddle on stove top. Went to get it and DnG was on top. Said, why not. Wish I got a picture but didn't. Placed on stove front and back burner. Worked great.

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      Lamb Keema with Peas and Palak Paneer with naan.

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        Another episode of chopped at my house. Insight into my end of day rush hahaha. Guess which one is mine.
        There's spaghetti and meat sauce, chicken karaage, and a ground beef omelette

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        • holehogg
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          Going with omelette.

        • SheilaAnn
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          Karaage for me, thank you.

        • smokin fool
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          I want a shot at all three

        Needed a simple meal so, I found some sliced turkey breast in the freezer, a small carton of turkey gravy in the pantry, a can of mushrooms, and topped some of my home made sourdough with it. Comforting indeed!

        https://pitmaster.amazingribs.com/fo...86#post1173286

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        • SheilaAnn
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          Almost diner food menu staple, but the bread subbed for the mashed potatoes. Ain’t mad at ya! Truth be told, since I broke down out tday turkey, I am planning a future cook that will be this dish 😋

        • smokin fool
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          Comfort food

        Chicken tinga tacos from tuesday
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        • DaveD
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          Taco Tuesday!

        Beef Short ribs on the Grilla OG!
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        • DaveD
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          Spectacular!

        • treesmacker
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          OMG!

        • RustyHaines
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          Absolutely gorgeous.

        Venison jerky for the Ditchbanger’s Ball annual snowmobile trail ride
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        • jhapka
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          smokin fool jerky is the failsafe. Which cut and does your son do SV? I have a Dutch oven barbacoa venison recipe for any old roast if you would like

        • smokin fool
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          jhapka I'll have to ask him. I haven't invested in a SV yet so not an option right now.
          No Dutch oven either....pickens is kinda lean....
          Would your recipe work in a slow cooker?

        • jhapka
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          smokin fool it’ll work in a slow cooker absolutely

        For those nights when it's stupid cold out but we still want something grilled with a slight crispy char. I keep it simple and quick with something like boneless skinless chicken thighs covered in a good amount of seasoning like super bird. Throw them directly over the coals, flip them once or twice and done, simple but tasty.
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          Let the Super Bowl prep begin! 12lb Prime brisket, thank you Costco!
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          • fzxdoc
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            Great price! Much more expensive for prime in my neck of the woods. Enjoy your cook.

            Kathryn

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