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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by tandin, May 4, 2016.
I've plated better but with a 2 month old the details get thrown out
Blackened Tilapia Taco Bowl
That sounds and looks wonderful to me right now
Really good and pretty easy.
korean food is the best
nothing cunty but largely gojuchang marinated pork belly over rice with kimchi and a ton of green onion/sesame seeds with the reduced marinade on top hit the spot
Roasted sweet potato wedges with tahini butter sauce to go with some marinated and grilled chicken thighs
Just bought this ultra wagyu cowboy ribeye to cook tomorrow. Pretty fucking excited.
I've heard of guys taking pics of their meat in the car but this is ridiculous
What is this from and who is that
Anybody ever fuck with biltong? Also, bought some wagyu biltong when I picked up the steak earlier.
Can't make out what the price for that beauty was?
I don't think I could handle that pressure.
Hope you have the extra fancy ketchup
Marinating in a mixture of A1 and Dale's right now. It's like I'm not even doing work.
Son, you put that in a bottle and you got something sweeter than yoohoo. Enjoy!
And post pics of the finished product.
As a former resident of South Africa, biltong is my crack. I've started making my own.
Nothing fancy but cornbread fucks
Yellow rice with chorizo, onions, jalapenos, garlic, cilantro, red beans, olives, and hot sauce
Demi from The Bachelor
Already posted in the bbq thread because I was drunk and thought I was posting in here but here it is again anyway.
I was in Napa recently and have been craving a Chappellet Cab Franc ever since. My weekends have been busy so we got a great Tuesday meal. Coffee rubbed steak, summer squash with basil and caprese salad.
"craving a Chappellet Cab Franc." Buddy, every day. Don't even know what this it but I'm sure I'd love it.
Maybe it’s the wine talking, but if you’re ever in Minneapolis and I don’t have plans I will open a bottle over steak.
Blueberry lemon ginger loaf cake made with greek yogurt and coconut oil. Oh yeah.
Blueberry + Lemon is a very underrated combination.
Stuck mostly to this recipe:
Subbed out the vegetable oil for coconut oil, cut the sugar down to 1/2 C, and did a 1:1 split of lemon zest and grated ginger instead of straight lemon zest
just bought a prime ribeye like this at costco to eat tonight
i blame you
(how long did you sous vide for? was thinking 2hrs would be sufficient)
2 hours at 130
Ate this beast today from Fiore’s House of Quality in Hoboken:
Fresh mozzarella, roast beef, and garlicky roasted red peppers.
This is the sandwich 30 Rock used as the inspiration for the Teamster Sandwich ep.
Fucking phenomenal. That’s half of the full sandwich. The toast beef and gravy was good, but I would have been fine without it - the rest was that damn good.
This was today’s lunch, a roast pork, broccoli rabe, and shaved sharp provolone from Paesano’s in Philly:
My wedding cake was blueberry lemon. Was a hit.
My favorite sandwich that I’ve ever eaten is roast pork, broccoli rabe, sharp provolone and this just made me extremely jealous.
Yeah, I had it last time I was in Philly and drove an hour out of my way (each way) to go back today
First attempt at shrimp and grits:
looks really soupy
The sauce was definitely soupy. It mixed in well with the grits though.
Lamb chop broiled for ten minutes with fresh rosemary and garlic on top. Served with garlic naan and quinoa with feta.
Made this again a few days later and added some yellow curry mix to the lamb. Results were good.
Lol I was like "my man murdered the grits" and then "ah, thank god it's the sauce"
Hah apparently I should have photographed it differently. There was a nice layer of grits with Parmesan cheese and hatch green chilies underneath all that sauce
Nachos with leftover turkey carnitas (an offering from Sprouts that is really quite good) and a diced pork loin chop. They key is not putting any wet ingredients on the nachos and taking your time to build the perfect bite on each chip with the appropriate condiments. Maximum crunchy goodness.
Went to Joule in Seattle and the short rib was fantastic. Thanks for the rec Fancy
Koren BBQ Short Rib
In order, kid’s pizza, Pesto with blistered corn & red onion and then Sausage & Pepperoni.
Anyone eaten at Charleston in Baltimore? 6 course with wine tasting menu for $222.
Also, any recommendations for restaurants in Baltimore? Doesn't have to be fine dining/expensive, I'm open to anything.