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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by tandin, May 4, 2016.
Looks good. Thoughts on the reverse sear? Oven? Grill?
i discovered a skyline chili imitation recipe and it tastes just like the real thing. gonna indulge in some leftovers tonight
Oven, finished in cast iron with oil, butter garlic spoon. It was good think I got the internal to 105 and them finished and it was perfect. I like it bc I can control the temp on my wife's stake over souse vide.
Just got an Ooni Koda 16 last week. So far I loooooove it. Just don't get too close...singed some hair off my arms and left side of my head.
I'd also suggest getting a turning peel. I bought one from Ooni that's supposed to deliver tomorrow. Should make turning pizzas a lot easier, and help with the bottoms since you don't have to take the whole pizza out of the oven to turn it.
Yeah I looked at those when I bought my DoJoe attachment this summer before returning everything. But I’ll be getting a turning peel whenever I do get one of these for sure
Mine's arriving tomorrow. How easy was setup? Which dough recipe did you use? I have long hair. I'm fucked.
I couldn’t believe it was the third most relevant to ooni when I googled it. In all seriousness I’d love to hear about the ooni from anyone who has one.
Recipe? I haven’t been to Ohio in a while and miss it.
maybe we could do a skyline chili tmb thread cook off lol
Yes, more fast food recipes that you can buy in a can is exactly what this thread needs.
Damnit devine , you had come so far.
This has to be a troll topic you and Tobias devised.
SugarShaun and Walt Disney can confirm that i do cook that recipe i have sent pics. wasn’t aware there are appropriate things to make from scratch and stuff that you can’t cook. elitist bs imo
Calm down man, it is a joke. This thread has always been referred to as the food cunt thread.
i take my home cooked chili very seriously
10 day old Pozole Rojo repurposed as 10 day okd Pozole Rojo because of cold front and comfort.
Garnished with cabbage, diced & sautéed jalapeños, cilantro, cotija, & fresh squeezed lime.
Setup takes 5 minutes. Take it out of the box, extend the legs, put the stone in, and hook up the propane. Easy. I used a 24hr dough from Ken Forkish's pizza book "The Elements of Pizza". Worked well. I wore myself out researching doughs and techniques while waiting for the oven to arrive. Decided I'd just try em all I guess! Going to try a poolish this weekend.
Good luck trying to keep your hair!
It’s just a canned product.
This recipe but I do not cook the pork along with the recipe steps as provided. I smoke an ancho-pasilla marinated pork butt and add it as one of the last steps after the soup base is made.
Also, that recipe has a recipe for red sauce in it and my marinade for the pork butt is very similar to that but I use fresh squeezed orange juice & pineapple juice in it for a little tang. Rub butt with coarse kosher & coarse pepper, lather with sauce, let set for about 6 hours in marinade, then on to the smoker. I pull the butt about 195 so it can be chopped instead of pulled. I prefer biting chunks in the soup as opposed to stringy pork.
does anybody have any good meal prep type recipes that are very veggie heavy and can be made 1-pan/1-pot style? need to start bringing my lunch so I stop eating out so much when I’m crunched for time
I’m always pretty happy with veggie/grain bowl type things where it’s all sloppily mixed together and i can eat it quickly like an animal
I know it is not sexy or fun but soups are my go too for this type of thing this time of year.
Friday brunch tacos at home.
Ancho-pasilla pork butt, cabbage, guacamole, cilantro, onion, fresh squeezed lime juice, & cotija on corn tortillas with habanero salsa.
It has arrived!
probably not 1 pan but
Quinoa, corn, beans, tomatoes, pickled red onions and jalapeños, salsa
Quinoa ginger garlic green onions broccoli bean sprouts, then make a stir fry sauce (soy oyster sauce, rice vinegar, garlic, ginger, cornstarch)
you could really just throw whatever veggies you have into either
It’s just a sprout salad but commenting bc I had the same idea this week. Made like 4 of these containers in an attempt to eat a little healthier and save money.
Roast sweet potatoes, Brussels, onions, broccoli, peppers, etc (whatever you want or is seasonal).
Make brown rice, quinoa or farro.
Make a Dijon vinaigrette.
Put the dressing at the bottom of your container, then the roast veg, then rice/quinoa, farro, then spinach. Shake up when you are ready to eat. I used to layer it all in a mason jar and then dump it onto a plate I grabbed from the cafe at work.
I need more dishes like this in my life.
pineapple buns, pork & chive dumplings, curry sweet potato dumplings, baiju cocktails
Nice and fluffy looking buns as always Taques
was gonna do a big two course dinner tomorrow for valentine's but we both have big days at work Monday so wife wanted me to split it up one tonight and one tomorrow.
tonight: braised short ribs and risotto.
Costco had lobster tails on sale. But since it was Costco, it was a as 6 pack. So we did lobster rolls tonight and will do surf and turf tomorrow
Short ribs braised: Cabernet, beef stock, onion, carrot, garlic, thyme
risotto: pecorino Romano, asparagus, garlic, garnished with roasted brussel sprout leaves
sauce: reduced braising liquid + Cabernet with butter
gremolata: Italian parsley, lemon zest, marcona almonds, evoo
I tried to take a bite this looked so good
Hey friends, Valentine’s Day/ wife’s birthday cooked some dinner
sorry for the gross playing we were putting kids to bed... rib eye with a cilantro mint drizzle and roasted potatoes
Sprout salad, slightly roasted with raw onion feta, and tomatoes, made a vinaigrette with garlic, minced onions (didn’t have any shallots), apple cider vinegar, olive oil, a smidge of honey and coriander, salt and pepper.
And French onion soup
Bolognese and ricotta
Smoked Squash Soup w/crab salad
Seared Scallop with leek & orzo salad and black truffle coulis
Ribeye w/mushroom tart, parsnips and cherry bordelaise sauce
Alinea Tabletop dessert
I’m loving the cuntiness of this thread tonight. Ho-lee fuck.
lol wtf even is that dessert
If you have to ask, you can’t afford it
one of their famous things is they turn your whole table into the dessert
alinea is a very polarizing restaurant
polarizing is a bit strong don’t you think? Its pretty universally respected
Yea but the chef is a jerk
yeah within food nerd circles, broader world i'd say polarizing
even in food nerd circles theres some eye rolling about Alinea style restaurants, I love the Chefs Table episode, but can 100% see why people don't
the cunty levels are about to go off the charts if we get really into food trends and critics etc
I mean it is the definition of pretentious, but he does some incredible things with molecular gastronomy, and plating. It’s ultra cunty, but by all accounts his food is phenomenal
didn't think I was making a huge slight of them fwiw
It was the work of a 6 year old after watching this.