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1 minute ago, chefhunter86 said:

Grilled ribeye, roasted potatoes and Brussels. Salad with watermelon radish, cucumber and carrot avocado dressing

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Killin it last couple of nights Chef!  Top chef meals!

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Gloria’s of Austin, TX in The Domain.

OMG! This food! It is beyond delicious, I am floored! I am shocked, it is beyond describly delicious.  Words cannot describe how impressed I am with this food.  Chicken, and skirt steak fajitas.  Words were never created to describe how much of a treat this is.  Blown away.

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Cheddar Brats potato and egg salad washed with a cold Dilly/Bud light.

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Breast! And roasted veg plus Rice’s cauliflower

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May be some Mighty Taco sauce under there!!!


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On 1/8/2019 at 6:49 PM, turkeyfeathers said:

Bionic leaves the state and you pile on green stuff ?!  

There was probably a huge blowout sale of overstock on salad since I left.  Ween into @crappyice this way the ecoli doesnt hit you too hard at first, just lookin out...

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2 hours ago, crappyice said:

Breast! And roasted veg plus Rice’s cauliflower

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May be some Mighty Taco sauce under there!!!


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We tried that riced cauliflower one night.  It was the first, and I think last, weren’t fans.

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We tried that riced cauliflower one night.  It was the first, and I think last, weren’t fans.

That’s cuz it ain’t green!!! Maybe you should throw some food coloring in there!
Or(seriously), brown an onion first in some good oil and then throw in the food processed cauliflower and cooked until some of the moisture is released and cauliflower “rice” gets a bit brown.
I’ve been using it under my venison Osso bucco since I am off carbs for a bit


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Basic pasta night

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"The sportsman lives his life vicariously. For he secretly yearns to have lived before, in a simpler time. A time when his love for the land, water, fish and wildlife would be more than just part of his life. It would be his state of mind."

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Found some venison from last year in the freezer = ghost pepper/garlic jerky!8d72718eb012f1faf7db1e728f8318be.jpg757d3c8e63fce844e16b07fdf1f13a70.jpg


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Do tell 

Bone in short ribs. Came off the half cow be bought last year. Going to be served with a simple brown sauce. Maybe some mashed potatoes and sautéed leeks


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1 minute ago, chefhunter86 said:


Bone in short ribs. Came off the half cow be bought last year. Going to be served with a simple brown sauce. Maybe some mashed potatoes and sautéed leeks


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Nom noms.  

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1 minute ago, chefhunter86 said:


Bone in short ribs. Came off the half cow be bought last year. Going to be served with a simple brown sauce. Maybe some mashed potatoes and sautéed leeks


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Have a potato ricer I’d assume. Leeks from spring you dug and froze ? I’m curious how they hold up in freezer. 

Deacribe basic brown sauce as not familiar 

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Have a potato ricer I’d assume. Leeks from spring you dug and froze ? I’m curious how they hold up in freezer. 
Deacribe basic brown sauce as not familiar 

I actually use a food mill to make my mashed potatoes. No not wild leeks they are store bough... well actually delivered from misfit market( if you haven’t heard of them google it)

Basic brown sauce

Brown meat in pan... sauté carrot onion celery. Add tomato paste. Sauté till tomato paste turns brown not red but deep brown. Deglaze with red wine and let reduce. Put meat back in pot. Add beef stock. Cook for 3 hours. Remove meat and strain out vegetables from the stock... thicken left over liquid with roux. Let reduce for 30
Min or so add a few table spoons of butter and whisk in.. Serve over meat


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Tried my hand at a skillet chicken pot pie, I think it’s going to be a mess but hopefully it tastes goode55d92c3db46db2cef0d698d06cfe68f.jpg


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I find a duck's opinion of me is very much influenced by whether or not I have bread

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Tried my hand at a skillet chicken pot pie, I think it’s going to be a mess but hopefully it tastes goode55d92c3db46db2cef0d698d06cfe68f.jpg&key=1ffb0df7c872153f286584ab081e0f9b9cf844272db182c777e387dfdf6920ea


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Crust looks good


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11 minutes ago, The_Real_TCIII said:

Tried my hand at a skillet chicken pot pie, I think it’s going to be a mess but hopefully it tastes goode55d92c3db46db2cef0d698d06cfe68f.jpg


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Looks good.What is your instapot doing on the stove top?

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12 minutes ago, The_Real_TCIII said:

Tried my hand at a skillet chicken pot pie, I think it’s going to be a mess but hopefully it tastes goode55d92c3db46db2cef0d698d06cfe68f.jpg


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Anything like the “ Lockport skillet “ but different?!

looks great from here 

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Boneless pork chop in a Korean quick marinade with roasted veg(onion, asparagus, mushroom and PARSNIP-find this root veg- it’s worth the search and roast!)


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