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    Fajita Friday!

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ID:	958800 Cooked up some tasty fajitas with the neighbors after a long week of work. Made a very tasty red sauce with the guidance of @barefly , thank you! Click image for larger version

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    Put me in coach. I could inhale a couple of those if need be.
    Nice cook and great camera skills to go along with.


      Wow! That looks good. I think I may know what is for dinner tonight.




          I almost missed this! I didn’t get the notification, but those look outstanding!

          and that red sauce! MONEY!!!!! You could add some cubed, browned pork shoulder to that and let it cook for a few hours and you start building off of a great base recipe!

          love it!!!!!


          • marshall
            marshall commented
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            Maybe you would have got the notification if I spelled your name correctly? ! @barelfly
            Last edited by marshall; December 19, 2020, 03:54 PM.

          Nice looking cook. This reinforces my interest in a flat top


          • surfdog
            surfdog commented
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            I think mine gets fajitas tossed onto it more than anything else. I mean, it’s versatile and all, but it’s simple to cook up mountains of fajitas.

          • marshall
            marshall commented
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            I looked at griddles for about a year before I bought one, there pretty great, fast easy clean up and cooks a lot at once in different heat zones

          Nice I have a thick ribeye that's been dry brining w/ Tony's for 3 days, a yellow onion, and a pack of little tortillas. Fajitas for me today.


            Paired with Cerveza, Spanish for PBR, Fajita so good.



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