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Show Us What You're Cooking! (SUWYC)- Volume 20, Winter 2020/2021

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    Another payback for another vehicle detail.
    3 Wacks of St Louie and 2 chuckies.
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    • Panhead John
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      Man! I tried to find fault with this cook and came up short. It looks great BTW! So, I’m gonna pick on your grass, which could use a little mowing. Also your table umbrella is kinda leaning in an awkward direction. I would have removed it from the shot. It’s just kinda back there like a photobomb. RL.
      Last edited by Panhead John; January 12, 2021, 05:12 AM.

    • HawkerXP
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      Since its January just above freezing the grass isn't getting cut.
      The umbrella is / was a beach umbrella that I strap to the performer for cooking when it rains. But you are correct it needed to be put away. Panhead John

    • HawkerXP
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      glitchy these wibs were done with Honey Heat.

    Made some Vortex wings tonight. Sauced with a bit less than 15 min left with a mixture of teriyaki and Sweet Baby Ray's Original. Sides were broccoli and fried taters with onions and garlic.

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      Breaking in the new CS Pan. Teriyaki Steaks.
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        First go at vortex wings.
        Best wings I've ever done.

        Did half lemon proper dry rub.
        hakf with a sriracha honey sauce

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        • HouseHomey
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          Nice!

        • HawkerXP
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          Yum! I got a vortex for xmas. Can't wait to use.

        Some Turkey Béchamel Lasagna tonight
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          Picanha (grocery store trimmed the fat😡), sautéed potatoes and onions, brussel sprouts and carrots
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            Today’s and tomorrow’s dinner from SRF.

            Edit: The duck fat was really good with the mushrooms and onions.

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            • Panhead John
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              It would be nice if you’d include a few pictures. 😂. Looks awesome Homey! Fried eggs look over the top with those onions and mushrooms.
              Last edited by Panhead John; January 11, 2021, 08:18 PM.

            • BFlynn
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              Damn!

            • Old Glory
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              Love an egg on steak.

            Seared a duck breast tonight with an orange pan sauce to finish!

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            • HawkerXP
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              Who are you and WHAT did you do to JakeT?
              You've really upped your game both in cooking and photo skills!!! Congrats!

            • JakeT
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              HawkerXP thank you! I've been on a bit of a "French kick" lately since I've been forced indoors with the weather. Now that someone has noticed the pressure is on to maintain and/or improve!

            When life gives you leftover pork roast...... make cubanos! You know the dinnerware brand......PHJ Basics and after market plate liner.

            And yes, that’s last of season heirloom tomatoes that are still available here.

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            • SheilaAnn
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              fzxdoc Big ole cast iron and then weighted down with two other cast iron skillets.

            • Dr. Pepper
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              ecowper I know, so sad about the final end of wonderful summer tomatoes. But, in about two weeks we will be able to feel the lengthening days at our latitude 47. Shelley: “If winter comes, can spring be far behind?”

            • ecowper
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              Dr. Pepper we are getting starts going in the house on Feb 1, they will be in the hothouse by Apr 1

            ecowper my tomato season was done way before that this year (can’t figure out what happened!). The lovely you see is from a dear friend! Picked up fresh mozzarella today. There is one more caprese salad in my future. And I will be saving seeds from this tomato.

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            • HouseHomey
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              I know Claros well. Ate there since jr high. Lived across the street too. Been a minute though.

            • HouseHomey
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              A bag of sausage used to be about 4-5 bucks.

            • SheilaAnn
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              Sausage is like $4.29/# now. I remember when it was $1.99. BF’s family knows Bob well. Family tradition before parent got on I age was to go to San Gabriel, shop. Christmas gift to the kids was Dad would buy whatever you put in your basket. In the meantime, Bob would make us pizzas and we tailgated in the parking lot and visited with everyone. I’m in Tustin at least once a month.

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            • HouseHomey
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              Boom!

            • troymeister
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              I love a good Bolognese...That looks really good!! I like the addition of peas. Adds nice color and I'm sure an awesome contrast of flavor.

            • ComfortablyNumb
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              I'm still waiting for Ernest to post a bad pic. I believe hell will freeze over first....

            Rao’s Lemon Chicken served with jasmine and a brussels, sweet potatoes, leeks hash.


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            • Attjack
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              looks great!

            • SheilaAnn
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              I’m down for that recipe too!

            • barelfly
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              SheilaAnn - will send to you directly tonight or tomorrow.

            This morning’s breakfast.

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            • Richard Chrz
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              Scrambled eggs, tomatoes, bacon, onion

            • Panhead John
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              Oh yeah! Good combination. I’ve done that for breakfast tacos.

            • Dr. Pepper
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              Yum!

            Sunday's traditional pot roast. Crock pots need not apply!


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            • HouseHomey
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              BOOM!!

            • Mr. Bones
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              Bring It On Home, Brother!

            • gabulldog
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              My all time fav winter meal. Love the bouquet garni.

            I meant to post these the other night when I made it, but I've been really busy with the fact that I started back to work after a long break yesterday. Being both a creature of habit and a relatively new chef I tend to make dishes that turn out really good quite frequently*, so once again here is some over the top chili

            It was delicious, it pretty much always is now that I've mastered how I like to make it. The little plate without the avocado on it is the dog's plate Also, the eggplant shown on the grill was for some baba ghanoush my wife made (which was great!)

            * going to do another stir fry in my wok tonight the same way I did it a few days ago lol
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            • treesmacker
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              MMMmmmmmMMMMM!

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