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      01-12-2019, 11:18 PM   #45
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The pork chop posted above was a previous meal. Last night I had a rib eye steak at Ruth's Chris. Here is the aftermath.
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Wifey's pasta puttanesca. Tasty stuff.

I could seriously deal with a Mediterranean diet most of the time, but I still need an occasional detour into Thai or Indian.
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Last night the wife made a mushroom risotto with roasted lemon garlic shrimp. I was finishing a few fingers of Proper 12...

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      01-13-2019, 01:19 PM   #49
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Hold on. Is this a thread about what you made for dinner? Or just restaurant pics? I was hoping for the former...
Yes please... Let's stick with "What you or your significant other actually prepared".
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Well, I tried beef stew today. Not a bad first attempt but needs tweeking. Was a little blah. I think I put too much beef broth and My sweetie came back from the butcher with the meat already cut which was very small cubes. I should nail it next time. No one complained but Im my biggest critic.

I tried a side the other night with rib eye on the grill that was simple but good. Mushrooms sauted in butter then put on top of arugula (which wilts from the hot mushrooms). Then topped with shaved parm cheese.
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Wifey's Thai Chickpea Dumplings with green peas in yellow curry over rice pilaf. One of my favs.
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I don't think or at least I could not find this Thread type...

I know there are several COOKS or self-proclaimed Chefs like myself on here.

When I am not Grilling or Smoking meats, I am definitely whipping up something tasty on the stove or in the oven too!

So let's see those "homemade dinner dishes"...

The key to my savory, rich, delicious, Homemade Pot Roast; is first to sear the lean meat over high flame to seal in the amazing flavors! This locks in the beefy goodness even after hours of slow cooking in the pot. Of course I carefully, hand select each fresh ingredient.



Looks similar to Russian food картошка тушёная. Really good food.
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Well, I tried beef stew today. Not a bad first attempt but needs tweeking. Was a little blah. I think I put too much beef broth and My sweetie came back from the butcher with the meat already cut which was very small cubes. I should nail it next time. No one complained but Im my biggest critic.

I tried a side the other night with rib eye on the grill that was simple but good. Mushrooms sauted in butter then put on top of arugula (which wilts from the hot mushrooms). Then topped with shaved parm cheese.
Definitely don't cut the beef up too small.
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Choice NY Strip cooked sous vide and seared on a cast-iron skillet...
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Grilled Venison sausage with cheese and jalapeno on hot dog buns topped with jalapeno sauerkraut and grilled onions, excellent.
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Roasted chicken legs with a side of mixed veggies stir-fryed in oyster sauce.
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We had another pizza night.

Starting to branch out and get creative.

Pesto pizza, which everyone liked the most

White pizza, Garlic sauce

BBQ pizza with brisket from Salt Lick in Austin

and just a sausage grab bag.
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WHO keeps cooking the spinach???? What did it ever do to you????

Last afternoon I went out into garden and picked some red and romaine shoots, then did a fine trimming of the arugula from my garden. Washed and spun in the backyard, then bagged and took to the In laws for dinner.

I'm all proud, showing how I cleaned it and everything. They plop it in the fridge and then cut open a bag (A FUKING BAG) of chinese salad mix.

The beans were good, the rice interesting (mostly because it was in a bag in a cooler) and some chicken chunks she made alright. I went into the fridge and got a whole plate of arugula and ate it in front of them to show my displeasure. Then I poured another margarita and broke out bimmerpost app.
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Choice NY Strip cooked sous vide and seared on a cast-iron skillet...
That's how my 16 year old cooks them. Bastes with butter while finishing it in the cast Iron skillet. Tasty!
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Another pork chop ready for its sous vide bath! Implemented a pre-sear method on this one.
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Another pork chop ready for its sous vide bath!
Glenn, Can you share the sous vide method please?
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Another pork chop ready for its sous vide bath!
Glenn, Can you share the sous vide method please?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sous-vide

I use a Joule (model) sous vide by ChefSteps (brand); and sear on a Lodge cast iron skillet. I just got a induction "hot plate" so I can sear outside on my terrace. This lets me run the pan screaming hot without smoking out my condo.

I notice the biggest difference is with chicken and pork, as because you're cooking for so long, you can safely kill bacteria at lower temperatures. This produces notably juicer chicken and pork.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sous-vide

I use a Joule (model) sous vide by ChefSteps (brand); and sear on a Lodge cast iron skillet. I just got a induction "hot plate" so I can sear outside on my terrace. This lets me run the pan screaming hot without smoking out my condo.

I notice the biggest difference is with chicken and pork, as because you're cooking for so long, you can safely kill bacteria at lower temperatures. This produces notably juicer chicken and pork.
Thank you, I will check it out.
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