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  • Ozzie_IsaacOzzie_Isaac Posts: 14,858
    MasterC said:
    Stuffed pork tenderloins, mac-n-cheese.and green beans 


    Dinner with Mrs,C and my 84 year old parents, priceless.
    Even without the sous vide, that looks fantastic!
    If it is worth doing, it is worth overdoing.

    Proud and vocal Vegan.  I don't see why an animal should lose their life, just so you can have a snack.

    In a country such as this, where there are fruits, grains, and nuts in abundance, how can one think that he must eat the flesh of dead animals?
  • calikingcaliking Posts: 16,821
    Botch said:
    Chicken Tinga tacos:
     

     
    Rick Bayless just put this one up on EweTube.  Caramelized onions, chopped thighs, fire-roasted tomato, garlic, oregano, and chipotle cooked down, then topped with avocado, queso fresco and (not shown) cilantro.  Recipe called for the onions to be cut in 1/2" slices/half-rings, and be thoroughly caramelized before adding the chicken.  For tacos I normally mince and just soften, but caramelizing them was a game-changer and this is how I'm doing it from now on.  This one's a keeper.  
    Attempt #4 on home-made tortillas.  First one had full puffage, first time!  Last one puffed sorta, and the middle six just lay flat.  Dammit that's frustrating.  
    Gotta try this. Sounds delicious. 

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  • BotchBotch Posts: 13,190
    caliking said:
    Gotta try this. Sounds delicious. 
    Quick hint: lay the tortillas in an upright taco holder, and drop the avocado slice into the bottom, before the tinga and other things.  MUCH easier to eat!  
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  • SonVoltSonVolt Posts: 3,188
    MasterC said:
    Stuffed pork tenderloins, mac-n-cheese.and green beans 


    Dinner with Mrs,C and my 84 year old parents, priceless.


    Care to share the mac 'n cheese recipe ?
    South of Nashville  -  BGE XL  -  Alfresco 42" ALXE  -  Alfresco Versa Burner  - Sunbeam Microwave 
  • MasterCMasterC Posts: 902
    edited May 11
    SonVolt said:
    MasterC said:
    Stuffed pork tenderloins, mac-n-cheese.and green beans 


    Dinner with Mrs,C and my 84 year old parents, priceless.


    Care to share the mac 'n cheese recipe ?
    Sure, here you go
     I use a 3qt pan for the cheese sauce 
    3tbsp butter
    3tbsp flour
    3 cups of milk
    1/4 tsp dry ground mustard
    1 small onion chopped 
    8oz of gouda(this time I found gouda with bacon)
    8oz of velvita cheese 
    8oz of cheddar cheese 
    2cups dried macaroni 
    Season with white pepper and salt to taste.( tend to go heavy with white pepper)

    Make roux with butter and flour 
    Add milk and dried mustard to cooked roux
    Bring to boil while stirring constantly until thickened 
    Remove from heat, stir in the cheese until melted 
    Season with white pepper and salt 

    Cook the macaroni al dente and mix with the cheese sauce in foil pan for grilling 

    I made this pan early and held it in the refrigerator so it went on chilled. It cooked 50 minutes at 375. If you put it on immediately after mixing you can cut it to 30 minutes 

    Mix in the chopped onion when mixing the sauce and macaroni. Sorry about the omission.



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  • lousubcaplousubcap Posts: 26,726
    I would crush those Florida T-bones  B) . Now the frog legs-grilled with a load of garlic and I will enjoy!
    Louisville; "indeterminate Jim" here.  Rolling smoke in the neighbourhood. # 38 for the win.  Life is too short for light/lite beer!
  • YbabpmutsYbabpmuts Posts: 359
    Wait .. in Texas .. are all the vegan frogs made of grilled squash? 

    Ybabpmuts
  • lousubcaplousubcap Posts: 26,726
    @Scguy1869 - Great cook right there.  Welcome aboard and enjoy the journey.  Above all, have fun.
    Many will readily help if you have any questions or concerns.  Just post 'em up.
    Pro-tip:  Put your credit cards on lock down as this place can suck your disposable income dry.  
    Louisville; "indeterminate Jim" here.  Rolling smoke in the neighbourhood. # 38 for the win.  Life is too short for light/lite beer!
  • kl8tonkl8ton Posts: 4,335
    lousubcap said:

    Pro-tip:  Put your credit cards on lock down as this place can suck your disposable income dry.  
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  • ryantt said:
    Grilled shrimp fajitas…
     


    Life is like golf, the fewer strokes the better.
  • JohnInCarolinaJohnInCarolina Posts: 24,909
    This was really good.  No recipe used.

    Made some meatballs with wagyu, oyster crackers, a large harvest from the herb garden, etc.  Spaetzle noodles.  A sauce that's kind of a riff on stroganof with mushrooms, cream cheese sour cream milk etc. 


    You should call this Balls Strokinoff
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  • theyolksonyoutheyolksonyou Posts: 18,464
    This was really good.  No recipe used.

    Made some meatballs with wagyu, oyster crackers, a large harvest from the herb garden, etc.  Spaetzle noodles.  A sauce that's kind of a riff on stroganof with mushrooms, cream cheese sour cream milk etc. 


    You should call this Balls Strokinoff
    He does specialize in ballz 
  • lousubcaplousubcap Posts: 26,726
    @Hans61 - however you cooked that, you nailed it!
    Louisville; "indeterminate Jim" here.  Rolling smoke in the neighbourhood. # 38 for the win.  Life is too short for light/lite beer!
  • BigGreenKevBigGreenKev Posts: 219
    Hans61 said:
    Been on a real flank steak kick. I think I like it better than sirloin

    If you like flank try a flat iron.
  • YbabpmutsYbabpmuts Posts: 359
    "Been on a real flank steak kick. I think I like it better than sirloin"

    I get that ... sometimes kicking a sirloin hurts more than you think, but flank steaks, by comparison, are softer and the grain kind of slants sideways, so it always almost feels like a glancing blow, no matter what it gets hit with, and that probably translates to better kicks on your end. Of course .. if you wear thick boots, that are devoid of any feeling .. I don't know what the hell your'e talking about, or I'm just learning about it maybe seven seconds ago .. depending on what side of the court I'm on and when we (insert overly large air quotes here) umm. SIGNED ...  the documents ..  to make me your lawyer.

    Ybabpmuts 


  • GrateEggspectationsGrateEggspectations Posts: 7,192
    edited May 14
    This was really good.  No recipe used.

    Made some meatballs with wagyu, oyster crackers, a large harvest from the herb garden, etc.  Spaetzle noodles.  A sauce that's kind of a riff on stroganof with mushrooms, cream cheese sour cream milk etc. 


    You should call this Balls Strokinoff
    Finished with a cream sauce, no less. 
  • JohnInCarolinaJohnInCarolina Posts: 24,909
    This was really good.  No recipe used.

    Made some meatballs with wagyu, oyster crackers, a large harvest from the herb garden, etc.  Spaetzle noodles.  A sauce that's kind of a riff on stroganof with mushrooms, cream cheese sour cream milk etc. 


    You should call this Balls Strokinoff
    Finished with a cream sauce, no less. 
    Carey calls that the “jizz” for some reason.

    Everyone thinks his cat’s name is Jazz, but they just mishear him.  It’s Jizz.
    If you think education is expensive, try ignorance.

    "I've made a note never to piss you two off." - Stike


  • Ozzie_IsaacOzzie_Isaac Posts: 14,858
    This was really good.  No recipe used.

    Made some meatballs with wagyu, oyster crackers, a large harvest from the herb garden, etc.  Spaetzle noodles.  A sauce that's kind of a riff on stroganof with mushrooms, cream cheese sour cream milk etc. 


    You should call this Balls Strokinoff
    Finished with a cream sauce, no less. 
    Carey calls that the “jizz” for some reason.

    Everyone thinks his cat’s name is Jazz, but they just mishear him.  It’s Jizz.
    I thought his cats name was Blanche Dumas?
    If it is worth doing, it is worth overdoing.

    Proud and vocal Vegan.  I don't see why an animal should lose their life, just so you can have a snack.

    In a country such as this, where there are fruits, grains, and nuts in abundance, how can one think that he must eat the flesh of dead animals?
  • Hans61Hans61 Posts: 3,887
    lousubcap said:
    @Hans61 - however you cooked that, you nailed it!
    Reverse sear
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