New Food Thread, RIP tandin

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  1. PJP3

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    Food lab if you're looking more for learning and not just a recipe book.
    For purely recipes I love "the world eats here".
     
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  2. WhiskeyDelta

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    Thai Drunken Noodles.

    Supposed to be with thicker noodles but I couldn't find any at the store. I used 4 thai chili's instead of the recommended 2 cuz I ain't no bitch. (I need some milk)
     
  3. Taques

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    try using your index knuckle
     
  4. a.tramp

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    Finally said screw it and purchased the 2 pan and a single pan because the “3 pan set” is still not in stock.

    Also, 25% off order through midnight tonight.

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  5. Snakes

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    Just got the Sous Vide for my birthday. Did steaks over the weekend and it was the best steaks I had ever personally made. Anybody have any fun recommendations for the Sous Vide? I'm sure it's already been posted a million times ITT so my apologies for the repeat.
     
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  6. Sub-Zero

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    seriouseats.com is a typical first good place to check out
     
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  7. THF

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    Not sure which one you bought but the Anova app is good for recipes even without their Sous vide.
     
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  8. BayouMafia

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    Bought a Misen bread knife a couple of months ago that can slice fresh tomatoes (and my fingers) paper thin but I haven't tried their pans. Pretty happy with the debuyer carbon steel pans I bought though. The only way they could be more non-stick (if that is a thing) is if the food levitated. Raised my egg game to new heights
     
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  9. a.tramp

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    The egg game is exactly why I got them. I sold our skillets at a garage sale because someone was willing to give me $100 for a 10 year old set of “non stick” Caphalon cookware. Wife was pissed because I got rid of the “non stick” egg pans. I kindly informed her they lost their ability about 8.5 years ago and we were onto better things now.
     
  10. Corky Bucek

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    There’s a sous vide thread as well. I don’t think it’s been posted in a while.
     
    #5910 Corky Bucek, Dec 1, 2020
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  11. Jimmy the Saint

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    Pork tenderloins are really easy/delicious.
     
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  12. Lyrtch

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    taking a chuck roast and being able to turn it into something close to prime rib is the most "woah" type thing I've used it for. basically anything where you take a formerly braised or long cook time meat (short ribs is another one) which you can now cook to medium rare while getting the tender result will blow your mind.

    also really like it for poultry (like kenjis thanksgiving sous vide turkey breast recipe)
     
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  13. WhiskeyDelta

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    I made a slow cooker lamb and macaroni stew for dinner over the next few days; not much to look at but the lamb and rosemary flavor seeped into all the ingredients over the 9 hour cook and it tastes fucking incredible
     
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  14. Biship

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    Chuck roast

    Rump roast French dips

    Carnitas

    I mostly do big roasts
     
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  15. Nole0515

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  16. devine

    devine hi, I am user devine
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  17. fish

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    I worked in a bowling alley coffee shop for a couple years in high school. I would've killed for whatever product they used there.
     
  18. jbr

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    I worked in the most divey dive bar for four years in college. We used white vinegar and a charcoal cleaning brick to clean the flattop. That motherfucker twinkled and glistened at the end of the night.
     
  19. Mr. Bean

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    Is anyone familiar with the market for used Kitchenaid standing mixers? Found one that I may be able to get for 100 bucks( looks possibly 20 years old but good condition) and it seems like great value but also not sure.

    Honestly it would make bread making a decent hobby for a potential lockdown but idk how after is use it
     
  20. fish

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    Same. Cleaning the grease traps is never gonna be a Tik Tok video subject.
     
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  21. a.tramp

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    Cross-posted with sous vide thread.

    Made an ancho honey marinade for pork tenderloins. Sous vide at 115 for 3 hours. Then onto ~800 grill. Butter, shallots, & garlic sautéed and then chicken stock added. Marinade added and reduced down for the best sauce I have ever made and one of the best sauces I have ever had. Served on jalapeño cheese grits (mascarpone & Edam).

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    Also made some bombastic Brussel sprouts. Added diced Serranos, bacon, & cranberries. Fresh squeezed lime to deglaze pan. Made a balsamic reduction and added honey & lime. I was having second thoughts about my latin inspired sprouts but they turned out absolutely baller.

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  22. Corky Bucek

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  23. fish

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    Whetstone kit recs?
     
  24. Taques

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    140 atoma flattening plate, 300, 1000, and maybe 5000 grit shapton pro (cheaper) or naniwa pro chosera (more expensive) stones
     
  25. Joe Withabee

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    So, what should I do with the Ground beef & pork blend that my gf accidentally bought?
     
  26. Lyrtch

    Lyrtch My second favorite meat is hamburger
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    meatballs/meatloaf
     
  27. Truman

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    homemade McRibb
     
  28. Homo Erectus

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    Fuck you,Tramp..Your grilling makes my cooking look like cat food lol
     
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  29. fish

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    Pot stickers
     
  30. poor paul

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    Meatloaf and or meatballs. I love it.
     
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  31. fish

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    a.tramp knows how to compose a photo. But don't let his pictures fool you, his food is bland. Until I get the invite to taste for myself, I'm taking that opinion to my early grave.
     
  32. a.tramp

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    Really? I hate my plating and photo skills. I am with you on the bland though. Why else would I drink so much before eating and make sure everyone else does too?
     
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  33. Kinghorn817

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    Anyone have a meatloaf recipe that they love?
     
  34. a.tramp

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    Zack Zedalis has a smoked one that is the bees knees. His old ass is probably asleep though so you might check the Q thread. May even be on page 1 of it, idk.
     
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  35. Chocolate Giddyup

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    I use alton browns as a base because I like the croutons and bell peppers but I combine it with Steve Rinellas and add a layer of spinach and cheese to the middle. It's quite delicious.
     
    #5935 Chocolate Giddyup, Dec 6, 2020
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  36. undrtow

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    Dream loaf recipe in the OP of the bbq thread. I made it yesterday and it is great
     
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  37. Homo Erectus

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    Alcoholism
     
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  38. Truman

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  39. buy_dont_lease

    buy_dont_lease Ha ha ha. What a story, Mark.
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    This doesn't mean what you think it means anymore
     
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  40. a.tramp

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    It does to me damnit.
     
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  41. LetItSoak

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    We had some butter and the old brick thing
     
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  42. fish

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    Combined with some fryer oil and elbow grease.
     
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  43. LetItSoak

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    I still have old grease burn marks from it on my arm from when it'd hit the back and splash up
     
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  44. fish

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    Never felt like it in the moment but looking back those were some fun times. I'd come in at 5 o'clock and run the shop until 10 pm Sun-Thur, 11 pm Fri/Sat. Usually took me about 45 minutes after closing to lock up, I'd start cleaning up everything I could during the last hour of open business. Once I shut the doors, I'd go into walk-in, smoke a little bud, and get to cleaning.

    After I was done, me and my co-workers would bowl for cash for a couple hours.
     
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  45. LetItSoak

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    My first job was washing dishes at 16 and then did every job FOH and BOH over the next 6 years. I didnt realize it at the time but those were good days. Running the grill and bartending were definitely my 2 favorite jobs
     
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  46. One Two

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    This is really good
     
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  47. Truman

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    All his videos are
     
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  48. PJP3

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    Got a prime rib coming for xmas but haven’t ever cooked one. Would you recommend sous vide or just roasting it?
     
  49. REGGNECK

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    B
     
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  50. LA window washer

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    Snake river farms? Sorry I’m a little excited for mine.
     
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