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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by billdozer, Apr 8, 2015.
You needed fire hours ago when you put that food on the grill
Soak 2lb beans overnight.
Smoke red onion and jalapeños
Char 12oz ribeye or chuck steak, then chop
Slice thin 5 garlic cloves
Fry 4 pieces of bacon, then chop
Use beef stock in place of water and bring to simmer
Add chopped vegetables (leave as many seeds in as you want)
Add s&p to taste
Add 2 tsp cider vinegar
Oh, and before I get my chops busted, did not char the steak today. Have and all day downpour working so only using one smoker/grill as I am getting soaked enough already.
Smh those beans are gonna SUCK
No fucking texture difference now, just all disgusting mush.
What a loser
I feel shame
how can you cook in a monsoon
Did we ever get fire
Sous vide was great for reheating pork butt, but anyone use it to reheat chicken quarters? I'm worried the skin would become inedible.
Just finish it in a hot cast iron.
Just took a ham, chicken wings, and chicken thighs out the freezer for this weekend it's about to be lit
Chicken thighs are my favorite, my wife prefers chicken breasts which is just a bad opinion.
One of the worst tbh
Does that mean you’re going to use fire
No. Body heat
There's been a pork butt added to this list because I'm out of control
I also just went to Sam's for toilet paper and spent 200 dollars
Wow that's a lot of TP. Sounds like you're all good tbh.
I can't get into my house all of the doors and windows are blocked by toilet paper
Better get to poopin
$200 for a Costco trip is pretty good for me. If a decent amount of wine is involved there is no hope
I didn't even need anything besides toilet paper. There was no plan
Well hey I'm obviously not as rich as you but I'mma go to broke-ass Sam's after work today and buy toilet paper and various meats to smoke this weekend.
I wish I was rich. Rich seems cool
You should get some ox tail
Hello yes me too
Update: my wife was mad that I was “ruining” the Mac & cheese. Fast forward 2 hours and it was the best I had ever made according to her.
Will be doing this from now on.
Recipe for chorizo mac n cheese? Anytjing different than just adding the chorizo?
Is this what she meant when she said you "ruined" her life
Just add the cooked chorizo to the cheese sauce before you stir in the pasta. Used about 1/2 pound.
Chicks be cra-cra, man.
Also, I can not stress this enough. Make every attempt to get the grease out of the chorizo before adding. I did so and still had more grease in the Mac than I would have liked. It will continue to release grease as it is getting baked.
Sister-in-law bought a 5.91lb bone in standing rib roast for me to cook for dinner tomorrow night. Tips? I've never cooked on before
Take it to 115 at like 250, crank to 500ish and cook for like 8ish minutes or so or until it's a little below desired temp
That's probably my favorite thing to cook
I smoke to 118 F (3-4 hours at 225 F), let it rest for 30+ minutes. When ready to eat, I put it in a 550 F oven for 6-8 minutes, and then serve.
What sides should I make this weekend
Smoked mac n cheese
smoking 8 tri tips and 5 racks along with brussel sprouts, southwest salad with smoked pork loin, twice baked potatoes and whatever else the wife conjures up
Hit me with your go to recipe imo
This is basically the recipe I use, but they are dead wrong about cooking the noodles the way the package says
Cook the noodles until they are barely al dente, then mix in everything and throw it on the smoker
If you cook the noodles too much they get over cooked in the smoker
Wings, thighs, butt, Mac and cheese prepped. Got coleslaw and the ham left to get ready
Y'all can come over there's only two of us
Ha I do the same shit. I way over cook for just my wife and me.