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    #91
    Keeping it light

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    • LangInGibsonia
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      I hope it tastes at least half as good as it looks! Nice job.

    • Breadhead
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      Ernest ...

      Did you Sous Vide those eggs?

    • Ernest
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      Breadhead no, those were....... Steamed. Peel easier than any other boiled egg prep.

    #92
    Weeknight dinner. Salmon on a cedar plank in the gasser, microwaved broccoli and roasted red skins.

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    • Breadhead
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      Nice... Looks like good eating to me.👍

    • Huskee
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      Awesome looking plate!

    • JeffJ
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      Thanks, guys.

    #93
    A little Asian action...



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    • David Parrish
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      NICE! If I hadn't been knocked on my butt the past 3 days from a stomach bug I'd want me some of that.

    • JeffJ
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      Nice us of the cast iron skillet.

    • Ernest
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      JeffJ cast iron is all I use for cooking, 99.9% of the time.

    #94
    First Slow N Sear cook. A couple of ribeye's for the wife and I. Click image for larger version

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    • jharner
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      Sorry the pic of the finished product came up corrupted.

    • David Parrish
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      Hey, as long as it tasted good that's all that counts!

    • Breadhead
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      Nice maiden cook jharner ...

      Looks like you're dialed in on the SnS.

    #95
    It was to late to BBQ...

    Mushroom risotto with white wine, shiitake mushrooms, shallots, garlic, homemade chick stock, fresh shaved Parmesan cheese, lemon juice & jest and parsley. Plus some homemade ciabatta bread. Mmmmm.
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      #96
      So I grabbed some ribeye caps from Costco, tied up like a steak wheel. Dropped in the hot tub time machine at 135 on my way out to the gym..... Winner winner beef dinner

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      • Breadhead
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        I've been buying those ribeye caps from Costco too. Mmmm

        Very creative tying them into a pinwheel. Thanks for posting it.

        Beautiful picture as always.👍

      #97
      A Wendy's deluxe double bacon cheeseburger and cheesy bacon bake potato.
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        #98
        Tonight I'm cooking my first ever lamb! Boneless leg of lamb, 3.5lb, following Meathead's recipe to a T (except not tying because it doesn't need it). Complete with Dolly's Lamb Paste and a nice board sauce.

        My wife is making garlic mashed potatoes. And there will be a good bold peppery Zinfandel to accompany it.

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        And the board sauce, using all fresh herbs, pressed garlic, fresh ground pepper, and a red bell pepper

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        Our power went out in the storm yesterday evening, so my finished pictures have no natural light (it was 730pm) and no artificial light.

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        Last edited by Huskee; March 25, 2016, 02:53 PM.

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        • ar15203
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          How long did it take?

        • Huskee
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          ar15203 Almost 2hrs exactly, just like Meathead says in his recipe

        • David Parrish
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          Love it!

        #99
        When sunsets are postponed.....

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        • JeffJ
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          That looks fantastic. Is that flanken?

        • Ernest
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          Yessir!

        • Spinaker
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          I love my Lodge Hibachi. They are awesome little grills. Great for going Warp 10!!

        Weeknight dinner. Brats in the Smokey Joe. Pan-seard cauliflower hit with bread crumbs and roasted brussels. Because it's a weeknight I opted against peppers and onions for the brats.

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        • Huskee
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          And a mighty fine beer!

        • JeffJ
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          Believe it or not I had you in mind when I moved the bottle close to the plate to make sure it was in the pic. Huskee

        • Huskee
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          Lol, right on! JeffJ



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          I made some small beef ribs on the KBQ last night. I finally got the Ernest level of smoke ring on the ribs. Almost the whole rib is a damn smoke ring. Amazing. Click image for larger version

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          • Ernest
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            That rib! Let me go to my butcher

          • Huskee
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            Get in my bellay

          My Mom asked what a good side for tenderloin sangers would be for my Dad's birthday lunch. My response? BBQ ribs!

          I took the cherry chunk off when I put the beef on, happy birthday pops!

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            Last night I made top sirloin, cooked SV to 130F and then seared with the torch. Usually I do a fairly light sear. This time I wanted to see how a heavier sear would be and it was just fine. The meat didn't get any pre-seasoning at all. Nice crust and still medium rare throughout. Served with a combination of steamed parsnips and Brussels sprouts with butter, salad and a glass of red zinfandel.

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            • Jerod Broussard
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              Right on!!! Might have to sous vide some of my deer back strap.

            • Huskee
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              Beautiful sear job!

            • mgaretz
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              I used to sear with my Weber gasser. Since getting the torch I have yet to turn the Weber on!

            Baby backs for the boys & I (wife is gone). French fries & corn are the requested sides.

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            • David Parrish
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              Sorry to hear the wife came to her senses lol

            • Huskee
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              David Parrish She was shopping with her mom and sisters. No senses, I still have her convinced to come home to me.

            • josht138
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              Great looking bark!

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