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    Last night's char siu pork, with garden squash and garlic sauteed green beans. And risotto.

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    • DWCowles
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      Looks good Huskee

    • Huskee
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      Why thank you sirs bbqoaf Breadhead DWCowles

    • Huskee
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      They were made with hickory, since it breaks my heart to make meat without wood smoke DWCowles, although Meathead is right char siu doesn't need smoke

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    Eat Well and Prosper! From a Backyard Cremator in Fargo ND, Dan

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    • fuzzydaddy
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      Dan, consider installing Google Chrome web browser on your iPad from the App store, and see if it helps. I use it on my iPad mini and have had no issues. If you need help on how to find it let me know and I'll be glad to assist. I'm assuming you're currently using Safari.

    • mgaretz
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      I use Safari on my iPad Air and don't have any issues.

    • DWCowles
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      +1 on what mgaretz said

    Meatloaf, served with mashed cauliflower (the green specks in the cauliflower are chives).

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    • Jerod Broussard
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      Nice. I have a meatloaf recipe jotted down to do soon. Nothing too fancy, couple cheeses, gonna add some bacon. Little BBQ sauce at 155 internal.

    • MBMorgan
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      Not just nice ... VERY nice!

    • fuzzydaddy
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      +1 to what MBMorgan said!

    The meat grinder arrived Sunday. Monday I ground a mixture of 2/3 chuck roast, (the fattiest one they had), and 1/3 boneless chuck short ribs. I trimmed as much fat as I could and ground that first so that all the fat would be pushed through the grinder. After grinding the meats, I added the fat back and mixed it in. I then formed it into patties and froze it. Tonight I cooked two patties for us and they were great. I did not tell my wife what I had done. I asked her how she liked the burger and she said it was great - tender and juicy with good flavor. Then I told her...
    To accompany the burgers we had homemade rolls, homegrown tomatoes, and homegrown heirloom field peas. It was a feast.
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    • fuzzydaddy
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      That is a GREAT looking feast. We need a forum upgrade that supports food transport.

    Skirt steak, SV something like 133x8or10h, then shocked and fridged for a week or two. Debagged, dried, rubbed with corn oil (first in the closet with a higher smoke point) and GrillMates Cowboy Rub. Warmed indirect, seared the rest of the way. Sliced ATG, with Mirai sweet corn (the SV version was better, but was also fresher). Wife said, "Buy that more often." High praise.
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      Simple

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        Meatloaf casserole made from the leftovers. Basically the meatloaf cut into smallish chunks with noodles and a ketchup-based sauce that mirrors the ketchup-based glaze on the meatloaf., topped with panko. The sauce/glaze was ketchup, BBQ sauce and white sugar for both, but the casserole sauce had less sugar.

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          Yummy. Great photo too!

        Last nights cook: Pork Chops!
        I brined them for a few hours then put the Memphis Dust to them, while the LSG was stabilizing at 250℉(3-Pecan sticks). The 10 chops on the top rack got to 140℉ IT in about 90 minutes, so I pulled them. The 6 on the bottom rack were 133℉ IT. To speed things up and get a different crust, I finished them over the coal bed. My offset's Firebox doubles as a Grill. They turned out fantastic! Juicy, smoky, crusty goodness😀

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        • Jerod Broussard
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          That should read "THICK Pork Chops!"

          I so miss those stuffed pork chops I ate growing up.

        I present to you.... BEEF!

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        • Breadhead
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          Guest ... I just spent about 15 minutes in your photo library. That's a work of art. Tipping my hat to you Sir.👍

        • MBMorgan
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          C'mon Earnest! ... my iPad screen is starting to develop a dent where the "Like" button goes ...

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            My first pork butt with the SNS Plus 😊 12-hour cook and perfection. I couldn't be happier with this thing. What a great product.
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            • martybartram
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              I second that ^^

            • bbqoaf
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              You have such a nice butt.

            • fuzzydaddy
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              Awesome!

            Simple dinner of CAB sirloin steak (cooked SV to 125F and seared with a torch), corn and salad. The corn was so sweet it didn't need any butter or salt.

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            • David Parrish
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              You're getting very good with that torch!

            • bbqoaf
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              Love corn this time of year!

            A naked burger

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            • DWCowles
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              It don't look naked to me

            • fuzzydaddy
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              Delicious. Love guacamole!

            I was out of sandwich bread, so today was the day to bake some.

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            • fuzzydaddy
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              I'll have 1 loaf please! Looks delish RonB.

            • Breadhead
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              Nice loaf... Basic white bread or sourdough?

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