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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by tandin, May 4, 2016.
Damn those look amazing
Spanish rice, black beans, guac
one of my very favorite meals.
I’m the asshole that’s cleans and washes/loads dishwasher as I go and my wife is the opposite. I hate how I am and I hate how she is.
I just refuse to clean after I eat.
sausage pepperoni onions and banana peppers
Margherita with the basil as a sauce
Wagyu strip steaks tonight seared and then oven finished. Along with roasted baby broccoli & carrots, sautéed Vidalia, and pan-seared king trumpets.
Most likely best steak ever eaten. Trying to think of a better one. And those king trumpets, my word. I think you could substitute those for scallops in about any meal.
Sorry about the last pic, the one I took of the cut steak on my plate did not turn out well because I plate like an over eager 5 year old.
looks awesome friend.
Smash burger with cheddar, sauteed mushrooms and onions, with fries, onions, mushrooms, and gravy
It's a duck breast with a fresh blackberry sauce and risotto kind of night
Chili and “street corn”. Some homemade pickled peppers and onions, peppers from the garden we harvested months ago.
This was one of the best things I’ve ever made. Chilaquiles- sauce component was 50/50 leftover chili and tomatillo salsa verde.
I have never had a chilaquiles that has disappointed and that one looks exceptional.
My wife is constantly pushing me to try out for Masterchef because of my somewhat psychotic love of cooking and I’m almost certain I have found the dish I would make at tryouts.
I promise not to post too many times in a row but my friend undrtow made a beautiful steak recently and sent it to me so I decided to make one too.
Is it even Masters weekend if you don’t make pimento cheese? Bought some fresh bakery sourdough to go with.
Ham hock, yellow onions, and garlic in some chicken stock. Prepping for collards I’m making for a cook out tonight. Smells amazing
I was checking out at Publix and the older black lady working the register gave me props for using actual ham hock instead of bacon or ham.
Made some fajitas for dinner. These are fantastic
Finally got around to going to Loro in Dallas yesterday with the wife and a couple of friends as we had top notch patio weather. We opted to just order a bunch of shit and share everything. James Beard winners Aaron Franklin & Tyson Cole’s joint project. Pretty pretty good.
Smoked salmon dip.
Texas sweet corn. Wonton chips and dip (Thai green salsa & peanut sambal).
Crispy potatoes with yuzu aioli
Crunchy sweet corn fritters with sriracha aioli.
Oak smoked salmon with cucumber-yuzu broth.
Smoked turkey with apricot chutney.
Char siew pork belly with hoisin sauce.
One of my plates. The curried brisket rice was the favorite of our group but came in a rice box so not a pic of the dish solo.
Overall, the wonton dip (mix the 2 sauces), curried rice, corn fritters, and pork belly were the group favorites. Will have to hit em up in the evening to check out the brisket & Duroc ribs sometime. Along with some noodle dishes.
Going to start doing this more often
Made breakfast tacos with the leftovers this morning
Can’t wait for Vegas next month
I don't think I'd find that appetizing even if I were hammered
How are you supposed to eat it
Couple random sourdough shots. Yesterday we did 86% hydration. She was moist.
A few weeks ago I watched a YT where they grated a hardboiled egg on some avocado toast. Im addicted. Been having it at least 3x a week since then. So good
This reminds me of meals with my Italian grandmother
Pork chili verde
After traveling for 2.5 weeks, it was nice to get back in the kitchen. Salmon on charred shallots with a duo cauliflower coconut puree and a carrot Frank's puree, topped with a mustard sauce. Salad is just tomatoes topped with a creme fraiche, lemon, garlic, olive oil, and dill sauce.
Whipped cream cheese + a little sour cream, salmon roe, chives, on cucumber slices
What we have here is the exact opposite of the haute cuisine above
Steak-umms were bogo and, growing up outside of Philly, I’m gonna hit that hard
Cheesesteak wiz wit plus cherry pepper relish
Primanti Bros style with the french fries added
I ‘plate’ like a Neanderthal, but it was delicious
looks like a great hangover meal
i've become a big proponent of wizz on cheesesteaks
adds moisture that is often lacking
I did milk, 8 slices american, 4 slices sharp white cheddar, and 2 slices provolone (just cause it’s what I had). Between the grease and the wiz, it was plenty moist.
I thought I would hate it when I first tried it and it was great
Whiz is the only way to go with cheesesteaks.
Awesome video as I love both of their stuff. Also stir fry is really something I should do more of. Tier 1 "clean out the fridge" meal.
Finished dish was quite gray.
Bought Kenji’s book The Wok, bought a carbon steel wok, seasoned it the other day, and cooked first meal tonight. On the phone while cutting up arbol chiles, and without thinking rubbed/itched my eyes with my pointer and thumb.
Holy fuck. My eyes instantly lit on fire. Never experienced that kind of pain in my eyes before. Put eyes under faucet. Nope. Poured milk on one eye (eyes closed). Nope. Got in the shower and just stared into the water, and the fire eventually went out. Can still feel it 3 hours later.
Amateur hour rubbing my eyes while cutting chiles. Never making that mistake again (I hope).
Not sure if it’s new in general or just new to me as I don’t use the app much but Kenji has a recipe section on the Anova sous vide app. Did the pork chops and chicken thighs this week and thoroughly enjoyed both
Tried accordion potatoes for the first time. Kinda fun and with the amount of butter the taste was damn good. Might try air fryer next time for crispness
Braised short ribs. Reduced braising liquid. Robuchon potatoes.
Looks outstanding good job
Lamb with tzatziki and a spring pea salad. Paired with 2005 Cos d’Estournel.
Amazing food on this page, but it’s loading like dog shit. Gonna bump it to the next page