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    Not Quite Show Us What You're Cooking - A Spoof of SUWYC

    HawkerXP gave me an idea. I’ve always wanted to sometimes make fun or post sarcastic comments about some of the cooks we’ve posted. In a teasing manner. Most everyone here are damn good cooks, except for me. I know we have a lot of closet comedians here at AR also. I thought it might be fun to see people post some pictures of your cooks, then let everyone go to town with their funny or sarcastic comments. Hell, even post something bad you did that didn’t turn out well. Regular cooks or your best stuff. No pictures you post are off limits. Or any topic really, maybe post pics of some old grills or cookers so we can make fun of it or them. (This is not intended nor trying to take away from SUWYC)


    Here is a really nice blackened ribeye I cooked tonight.
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    I’ve posted about this before but I couldn’t find a picture that time but my wife had documented the event. Those were some hot wings. Maybe a little too crispy?


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    • jhoskins
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      Lol I did this once. Grease fire -> Pull the Burgers -> fire extinguisher -> finish the burgers on the Cast Iron on the stovetop

    • kill2grill
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      Whoah. I've had this happen from cooking indirect for quite a few cooks and then firing up all the burners. Years of this happening (10+) the air gap insulated lid on my Weber is now cracking/tearing away from this.

    • mrteddyprincess
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      Ya gotta sanitize yer grill every now and again...

    #3
    Most Catchup is mediums rare, same medium rare as my steaks. I Cook By Looks.
    Last edited by bbqLuv; October 9, 2020, 08:24 AM.

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      #4
      @panhead, Now I know where ya got the nick name panhead, not from the HD,

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        #5
        Originally posted by Panhead John View Post
        HawkerXP gave me an idea. I’ve always wanted to sometimes make fun or post sarcastic comments about some of the cooks we’ve posted. In a teasing manner. Most everyone here are damn good cooks, except for me. I know we have a lot of closet comedians here at AR also. I thought it might be fun to see people post some pictures of your cooks, then let everyone go to town with their funny or sarcastic comments. Hell, even post something bad you did that didn’t turn out well. Regular cooks we can use. Or any topic really, maybe post pics of some old cookers so we can make fun of it or them. (This is not intended nor trying to take away from SUWYC)


        Here is a really nice blackened ribeye I cooked tonight.
        I have to say, it take a certain kind of special to under cook and burn the same piece of meat. I mean honestly, did that cow kick you in a very tender place that made you want to mistreat it that way? Of the entire meal, I can't decide what would have been the best eating, the ketchup or the plate.


        P.S. Thank you SO much for giving me an outlet that lets me, be me!

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        • Panhead John
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          willxfmr Now that I’ve stopped crying from your cruel comments........I’m really glad you liked this and posted something! I wasn’t sure if this was a stupid idea or not. Sooo many times I’ve really wanted to let loose with some sarcastic comments about people’s food pics, instead of .....Wow, looks great! Especially Red Man ‘s cooks. Most of his stuff really looks like crap, but everyone is toooo nice to let him know the truth!

        • Mr. Bones
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          If'n th plate's still available, why, I'm Game LOL

        #6
        I've always said, if you can't take it, then don't dish it. So here you go folks, do your worst.
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        • fracmeister
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          Need some starches much?

        • BruceB
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          I have those same plates, forks, and knives, but the food usually looks a bit more - umm - exciting?

        • Captain Super Awesome
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          Looks like it's missing one ingredient.


          Flavor.

          just teasing you!

        #7
        If that’s how my steaks looked I’d douse em with more ketchup than that! 😁😂

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        • Panhead John
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          😂😂😂 That’s all I had left.

        #8
        Originally posted by Panhead John View Post
        HawkerXP gave me an idea. I’ve always wanted to sometimes make fun or post sarcastic comments about some of the cooks we’ve posted. In a teasing manner. Most everyone here are damn good cooks, except for me. I know we have a lot of closet comedians here at AR also. I thought it might be fun to see people post some pictures of your cooks, then let everyone go to town with their funny or sarcastic comments. Hell, even post something bad you did that didn’t turn out well. Regular cooks we can use. Or any topic really, maybe post pics of some old cookers so we can make fun of it or them. (This is not intended nor trying to take away from SUWYC)


        Here is a really nice blackened ribeye I cooked tonight.
        C'mon mate, fries out of a bag and ketchup, you're livin' the dream aren't you?
        Give yourself a good slap in the chops and go spend some time in the room of mirrors.

        That felt good Panhead John , I like this thread


        My turn, here's a pastrami I did a few weeks ago

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        • FireMan
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          It looks like.........ya could eat it............maybe.

        • CaptainMike
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          Hahahahaha, that's hilarious!!

        • fracmeister
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          So I guess thick cut pastrami is a thing?

        #9
        Originally posted by Panhead John View Post
        HawkerXP gave me an idea. I’ve always wanted to sometimes make fun or post sarcastic comments about some of the cooks we’ve posted. In a teasing manner. Most everyone here are damn good cooks, except for me. I know we have a lot of closet comedians here at AR also. I thought it might be fun to see people post some pictures of your cooks, then let everyone go to town with their funny or sarcastic comments. Hell, even post something bad you did that didn’t turn out well. Regular cooks we can use. Or any topic really, maybe post pics of some old cookers so we can make fun of it or them. (This is not intended nor trying to take away from SUWYC)


        Here is a really nice blackened ribeye I cooked tonight.
        You forgot to line the pan with foil!

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          #10
          There's ketchup touching a blackened ribeye! Get a rope!

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          • RTHadley
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            I agree, ketchup not allowed on Ribeye ever!!

          #11
          I cooked a really extravagant meal tonight. Burgers, hot dogs with chili, and potato chips. Few people can accomplish what I did tonight.
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          • jerrybell
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            Which part was the accomplishment: Opening the bag of chips or making sure you had a clean plate?

          • fracmeister
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            The SnS might have improved it just a teenth

          • mrteddyprincess
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            If I lived next door to you and you invited me over to eat this I would not complain. Then I'd leave your house and complain about you being my neighbor :-)

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          Grilling tonight. This will take about an hour. While it cooks I've gotta help my neighbor find his missing cat.

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          • fracmeister
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            When your chicken looks like a B-2 stealth bomber

          • Foehn Watts
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            Upon re-viewing the first impression I had was of a small mammal, not a rabbit . . . but maybe a cat was on the grill . . .

          • fracmeister
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            I am getting comments under my name I didn't post. However, this El gato al carbon looks like it is coming along nicely.

          #13
          I should have posted this here originally, instead of the real SUWYC. I out did myself last night! Frozen tamales! I’ll share the recipe upon request.
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          • crazytown3
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            Panhead John I put ice cubes in my milk too. Love it.

          • fracmeister
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            studying for finals?

          • RichieB
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            Don't BS us, that's coors lite in disguise.

          #14
          I'm so good at cooking ribs, I don't even have to check them as I go. I can just feel the air, and know when it's time.
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          • fracmeister
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            SO that's Kentucky style crazy glue in the sauce?

          • Mr. Bones
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            Yall know me, I been up in here, fer a spell, an slowly was integrated into th remarkable Family, an network of Friends/Brothers/Sisters that I am so Deeply Honoured to be a negligibly valuable part of, nowadays...Life can be SO, So, Very Good, yall!

            I knows me a little bit, boutta whole lotta things, ain't never claimed to be no kinda puff-chested, uppity, domineerin EXPERT on no subject...
            Last edited by Mr. Bones; December 14, 2020, 09:57 PM.

          • Mr. Bones
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            But, Ahm'a Tail Yall One Thing I DO rightly know what, Right Here, an Right Now; Ahm'a Speak My Piece, then walk away, I Suwannee!!!!

            'At there Chef's Knife, in th pic, up yonder, above???

            It's all kinda gonna be dang dang needin it some kinda dang dang whetstone time, after tanglin with them there ribs...

            Jus sayin...
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          Try not to be jealous

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          • fracmeister
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            Final step in recipe: throw away the taco and eat the plate

          • Mr. Bones
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            hoovarmin When I was jus a young boy, at's what we'un did, as wail: inside out, an done...

            Nigh onto 60 yrs later, time constraints, failin eyebulb sight, trembly ol man hands, it ain't so dang dang easy, Amigo!

            Now, I jus stick an air nozzle up th tree frog's afterburner port, an give it bout a 2-3 second blast.

            Poof! Bob's yer Uncle: Instant Inside out tree frog!

            Appreciate yer warnin, above...thus far, havin been lovingly forewarned, am managin to keep th jealousy I wanna feel at bay!

          • jerrybell
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            Was that ALL the leftovers from the fridge?

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