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What's For Dinner Tonight?

Discussion in 'Roll It Up Cafe' started by CrackerJax, Apr 1, 2010.

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    BarnBuster

    BarnBuster Virtually Unknown Member

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    Bob Zmuda

    Bob Zmuda Well-Known Member

    Awesome! I've been looking for a site exactly like this. In desperate need of a new pour over coffee maker and a grinder.

    You rock BB. :)
     
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    BarnBuster

    BarnBuster Virtually Unknown Member

    They also published a book of tips last year. I'll swear every page had something on it that I thought "why the fuck didn't I think of that"

    Speaking of coffee pots, I didn't start drinking coffee until I retired, (go figure) but started with a cheap 5 cup Farbenware drip. I don't grind beans or any of that, just get flavored type coffee from the store. Wanted a pot that brewed a little stronger though, so ordered this and it just came today; mostly got pretty good reviews although you have to watch how you use it cause coffee could taste bitter. We'll see..

    Presto 02811 12-Cup Stainless Steel Coffee Maker

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    Ceepea

    Ceepea Well-Known Member

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    Injected, dry rubbed, smoked, and sauced.... 4.5h cook.

    Fuck yo' ribs....
     
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    ANC

    ANC Well-Known Member

    I made spaghetti bolognese. My daughter is a fan. I'm ok with mince as long as I can have a banana with.
     
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    Gary Goodson

    Gary Goodson Well-Known Member

    I made beef tataki the other day. I turned out great!
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    jerryb73

    jerryb73 Well-Known Member

    You had me at beef but lost me at tataki.. lol

    Looks delicious!!
     
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    Gary Goodson

    Gary Goodson Well-Known Member

    It's Japanese style beef tender loin on a bed of thinly sliced onions, with ponzu sauce and a small squeeze of lemon, then topped with sesame seeds and green onions.
     
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    jerryb73

    jerryb73 Well-Known Member

    :hump:
     
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    GreatwhiteNorth

    GreatwhiteNorth Global Moderator Staff Member

    Venison ribs pressure cooked w/ a dry rub & finished on the grill w/ Sweet baby ray's/Zesty Italian.
    Side was Curried moose w/ rice & early peas.

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    Edit: Sorry for overusing the "/w" but I've been drinking franzia. :cool:
     
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    Indacouch

    Indacouch Well-Known Member

    :finger: For making me HANGRY!!
     
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    Grandpapy

    Grandpapy Well-Known Member

    Really? like a garnish with Curry or mixed in maybe fried?
     
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    ANC

    ANC Well-Known Member

    Naah, just sliced on the side, so you can put some on the fork with the food, like you would eat strong curry. I can not think of anything made with mince that isn't improved by banana. Well, ok I haven't tried it on a burger. It seems unnatural.
     
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    Grandpapy

    Grandpapy Well-Known Member

    I like it as a condiment with Curry just never thought of it with spaghetti bolognese. I'll have to give it a try (when I'm being unnatural) and report back.:lol:
     
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    GreatwhiteNorth

    GreatwhiteNorth Global Moderator Staff Member

    @ANC
    How'd I do?
    Moose back strap cooked over mesquite marinated in pineapple & balsamic + spices.

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    ANC

    ANC Well-Known Member

    Don't know about the meat you used, I stick to lamb, steak, chicken, boerewors, and fish on the grill.
    But that looks good. Did you enjoy it?
     
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    GreatwhiteNorth

    GreatwhiteNorth Global Moderator Staff Member

    It was fabulous - thank you for the inspiration to try something different.
    BTW, I also did some chicken thighs for left overs/tomorrow lunches in our classic bbq style.
     
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    ANC

    ANC Well-Known Member

    I don't like any chicken except braai chicken. The skins are the best. (First, boil the chicken in water for ten minutes, take it out and let it dry off a bit before spicing or the spice will just run off, and you won't have raw bits inside, also only have to braai the outside, so it stays juicy.)

    It is such an easy way of cooking, you just have to drag the little grill along and something to light a fire in a stone circle. Eat with your hands from paper plates. The flavour is so much nicer than charcoal, yuck.

    Rich or poor, nearly every family here has one of these. Mine is due for replacement, it is so haggard it is not even scrap metal anymore.
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    GreatwhiteNorth

    GreatwhiteNorth Global Moderator Staff Member

    I've got a couple of cooking racks like that - I especially like making bacon wrapped scallops on the grill with them.
    As for wood I used Mesquite chunks which made the meat taste that much better.
    Thanks again.
     
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    GreatwhiteNorth

    GreatwhiteNorth Global Moderator Staff Member

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    Brown King Crab - the lighter is for size reference.
    50 lb box of professionally butchered, cooked & flash frozen last Sunday.

    Guess what the box cost.
     

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