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  • Simple but good

    Kiolabasa brand Beef and Jalapeno sausage, baked potato and roasted red pepper. Good, tasty and a easy cook. 

  • Re: Texas Monthly Top 50 in Texas announced

    Glad to see the Black siblings mentioned.  They have had to over come unfriendly neighbors but seem to have their act together.  Now if they could overcome the parking problem.  
    My fav is Valentina's.  Never stood in line for Franklin, but have had his brisket at another food festival.  We have missed Snow's by "that much" twice,  but I was fortunate to have eaten at City Market when miss Tootsie was there.
    At two different family gathering we have had LaBarbeque and Miklewait as our q. 
    Favorite Brisket is Valentina's, then Centex....he makes darn good brisket.
  • Re: The Cleaver and the chix

    Great cook!! You and the beautiful cleaver did that chicken justice.
  • Sous Vide-from freezer to Egg

    Frozen lamb chop were oiled, salted, peppered, added crushed garlic and thyme to bag and vacuum sealed. Sous vide at 138 for 90 minutes, then on the egg. Turned chop every 20 seconds until browned,  Did experiment with two; one added the Siracha sauce and the other had Guajillo sauce. Hard to decide which was best....may have to do this cook again to decide. Served with rice and peas (sorry no plated pics) 

  • Re: Holy Grail Pastrami

    If you are talking about pastrami at Pious, and you are that close, we are coming over with our forks. =)  Looks good enough to slice thin and devour.
    His fruit pies anit too shabby either.
    Oops should have read further...You are reference Pious.  We will be over!!
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