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  • amini1, Tacos al pastor Authentic tacos al pastor consist of marinated pork slices cooked on a vertical rotisserie with a big chunk of pineapple on top. The cooked outside is shaved off and served in tortillas with salsa and fresh vegetables. Belo…
  • Yo stike, Huckleberries are a tart very flavorful blueberry. A plant breeder, Elizabeth White, back when.. breed this N American fruit into what we buy at the grocery. Shoot me an e w/ an addy and I'll send you some jam. DTM dt..........merriman+…
  • Yo stike, I totally agree w/ you. A good killed, butchered, handled and stored tenderloin is as perfect as venison gets. I've saved your sauce recipe. I think it is real close to what I have been trying to make. The only difference is that I will u…
  • Yo fishlessman and CO tonka, I'm not a big scallopped fan but I became one w/ this recipe. I do like the fishman's spin on pork products added. I have a recipe for the yuppie cheese called for but I can't find it and haven't made it.[p]Scallopped…
    in Potatoes Comment by DTM May 2007
  • Yo mmbe, pour on the whiz for me. Just my taste, but that's how I like'em. Took me a while to realize the Phillies couldn't understand my TX drawl....wiith mou'r cheese pleease. (it is really hard to spell Texan). DTM Good Luck this yr comping.…
  • Yo LR, Beautiful post. Your version of Tampiquena. Some refries and some grilled panella cheese, gauc...great. Thanks for the great post. Did a post along time ago on Tamp. Your rajas de poblano look great. I mean my response in all the best app…
  • Yo T, Thx for the time. I'll have to get phone updates from home starting at 3:45 MDT or so. Prob be pretty well done by then. Good luck on the butt. Nice precook pic. I like some pineapple juice in the foil if you go that way. Go Cougs, DTM
  • Yo T, I was going to offer advice..until you made reference to vandy's upcoming loss to my Cougars. These west side men are rated 3 and your boys are rated 6. I'm wearing my Go Coug's shirt all weekend. (all in fun).. Your butt will stall some pla…
  • Yo Haggis, I did a rocky mountain huckleberry, balsamic reduction w/ some chipotle powder. I did do a pic sauced but the cut was so juicy that the sauce sort of bleed all over. I was going to show you but I guess I canned the image. The herb core r…
  • DobieDad, Thanks DD for the info. I'll try it tonight w/ our steak. Dan
  • fyrcat, That's a really cool tortilla press and great looking rellenos. I saved the slaw recipe too. Below is tortillas from a street vendor in Huatulco, Mex. My attempts to hand pat out yielded a pretty weird gordita. Dan
  • DobieDad, I'm going to try the phony spuds. Sounds interesting. Do you roast the garlic? Thanks Dan
    in Short Ribs Comment by DTM February 2007
  • fyrcat, What a wonderful post and responses. Wish I was near a tortillaria (sp doesn't look right(think it's ..lleria)). Anyway you could use the top of a 55g barrel or 30g or smaller. The señora was very nice and I had 2 tacos and pics and wa…
  • DobieDad, Those look fantastic. I love Gal bee. Saved third eye's dipping sauce too. I've done them indirect at higher temps and I think your low & slow is a great idea. Store kim chee or do you do your own? I had a bumper crop of daikons this …
  • Big Hoser, Another idea especially for the round roast would be to start slicing about 1/2" thick around the roast so you end up with a larger single sheet. Sprinkle rub of choice and plenty of chopped garlic. Lay some partially cooked bacon on to…
  • Yo djm5x9, Thanks for the really good blast from the past....any clue where H~D maybe? Good cook...really good guy. He liked his remotes. DTM P.S. He sent me a big ass box of pecan wood...no pay pal..no anything..just a favor..the good old days …
    in Lobsters Comment by DTM January 2007
  • thirdeye, Hallitburton...or independent? Wow..brings back a time in Gillette...never regained any feeling in the end of my right....finger. Not there..WY... but I wish I could go back on a floor and throw chain. OFT Dan
  • thirdeye, Prob too late before archiving. Anyway did you ever hear of a Gardner family? Fly boys and crop dusters. Moved to my home town. My first job out by Van Horn..flagging for crop dusters. Really bad, of course that was before I spent tim…
  • thirdeye, May I ask where the old home place is located? Can't tell for sure but looks like a live oak. We had a bunch of oaks around Brownwood where I was raised. Thx Dan
  • J Appledog, I would like a copy pls. Thx Dan
  • YB, I'm devastated. Kenny was a great guy. Three Sundays ago my phone rang and it was Kenny. Until that time we had only emailed or responded to posts. We talked for over an hour. He told me he was going to stay w/ you on his way to the fest. My …
  • Yo Tom B (EggSport), I have epazote in my kitchen garden. I love the flavor in beans and simple quesadillas. The image is what the plant looks like. Diana Kennedy in her book "From my Mexican Kithchen" says the genus is now Teloxys, p. 84 and g…
  • fishlessman, Now those look great. I have a feeling what the local mercantile is hawking won't equal your pic. But I'll take a chance and report back. Thx for the info. DTM
  • Yo thirdeye, Well your comments on pharmeceutcal aids for flying was a bullseye for me. An aisle seat and diazepam were required. If I flew now like I used to I'd prob make CNN as a flight diversion. Never rowdy just a few times I wanted them to gi…
  • Yo Doug Great info. I like your friend's writing style...kind'a reminds me of the old days. Hope you and the family are well and college is going OK. Your friend, Dan
  • Yo my friends, I have learned how to really cook the food that makes your guests go "wow" from the advice I have from gleaned here. I read the responses to the new questions and I have learned from that. The info is priceless...the evolution...fro…
  • fishlessman, I would guess that a bird dropped the seed. They fruit and seed very heavily and I had a couple of volunteer seedlings in my compost pile this yr. For the Mexican green sauce you use green fruit. I usually pic them when the fruit just …
  • Yo fishlessman, As usual I am too late as this venue seems to go fast. Anyway you have cape gooseberry...aka...tomatillo, correctly known as Physalis ixocarpa. Carpa is kind of skin or peel and iso is not connected. Never done a pie w/ ripe ones,…
  • Yo K~G, Glad to see you are awakening from hibernation. Hope your retire deal is coming together. I checked out one year ago as of 7/15. Gonna save this lime deal and when our corn starts rack it up. Give me a shout if you get a chance. Your frien…
  • Yo duck & Ryan, Thx for the Boise advise. Have Petey hooked up. Will you do the paella when the Cougs have some duck? I think I can appear there. Are you doing Stevensville? Thx for the Boise help. Dan
    in Paella! Comment by DTM July 2006