What did you have for supper tonight?

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    4 lambs and a pig died for us, they were accompanied with brown rice, slowly cooked (herbs, butter, olive oil and bacon fat) shallots and some asparagus...

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    Last night dinner, today's lunch:

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    It is a new store bought base, that I believe I found at the Walmart Neighborhood Market, that both the wife and I like better than Zattaran:

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    Wife's seafood craze continued, she wanted a seafood boil Cajun style; so why not?

    All ingredients in finally:

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    End Product:

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    Final result: satisfied wife!

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    Silver platter?!
    Where's the newspaper? :18:

    Lookin' good. I'm in need of a good seafood boil.

    Actually, I'm about to start a scientific study here shortly.
    I bought one each of Slap Ya Mama and Tony Chachere's. Gonna finally see what the fuss is all about :D
     
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    Home alone yesterday night, steak dinner time! Reverse sear ribeye on the big green egg, delicious!

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    Slap Yo Moma gets our vote!
     
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    Corn and mushrooms ready

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    Boil broth started

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    The stars of the boil

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    Local sausage bro hooked me on

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    All in the pot

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    Wife cannot wait!

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    Next time you do zucchini, just add some "italian spice" and S&P to it before putting it on the grill. Just try a few pieces if you aren't sure!
     
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    I put olive oil and Cajun adrenalin on mine
     
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    pork & lamb boerewors served with salad with lettuce from our garden.
     
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    I was just suggesting trying it. You have to season it imo or its kinda plain.
    I may have to try so "cajun" seasoning sometime.
     
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    Mutton and cabbage. The Norwegian national dish....

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    Can't beat that but I do aspire to be like that one day..

    Grilled lemon chicken with Oregano that I dried from my garden last year :)
    It's a start! -of the season at least.
     
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    I made this a few nights ago. One of my favorite meals.
    I can eat steak just about any way it's cooked, so like to change it up once in a while.
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    I think the gravy a fried egg provides is one of the underappreciated yet simple pleasures in life. Looks good!
     
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    Thanks!
    One of my favorite westerns, and one of my favorite scenes being a foodie, is when they are serving steaks with an egg on top for breakfast in The Big Country.
    But I saw it first on a cooking show with some French cooking guy. He knew how to cook a steak.
     
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    @PAcanis , the combination of steak and some crisply friend potatoes with a fried egg broken on top is pretty hard to beat. I've always enjoyed adding a mix of left over vegetables to my fried potatoes for breakfast, especially carrots, parsnips, and onions which add a really nice sweetness to the whole mix. For that matter, makes an awesome meal any time of the day.
     
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    Tonight it was “mendokusaidon”, which roughly translates to lazy man’s bowl. It was a name my wife came up with when she couldn’t name the dish she saw on the net. Here’s how I described to a friend how to make mendokusaidon:

    Chop bacon coarsely, same for seaweed sheets, dice half an onion, get eggs ready to fry. Fry bacon first until nearly crispy, remove, fry egg(s) in bacon fat, remove, fry onions in remaining bacon fat. Add hot rice to a bowl, put a slice of cheese (if you want to), add as much seaweed as you want, put egg(s) on one side, bacon bits on the other, put as much soy sauce as you want all over, then squeeze Japanese mayo on top (to taste). Enjoy! Chances of clogged arteries and/or a heart attack will increase after this meal :18:

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    Interesting.

    Is there a reason you do the eggs before the onion? I would have probably done the onion before the egg if reusing the bacon fat.
     
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    The diced onion pretty much absorb all the oil from the pan (if caramelizing them, which is what I did), that's why I left it for last. Oh, I forgot to say to put the partially caramelized onions on top of the egg and bacon. There's no rigid order, as long as all ingredients make it to the bowl :dblthumb:
     
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    I just ate my dinner with fork only, too :)
     
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    I made a Chinese comfort food. Mar Po Tofu.
     
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    Homemade Chimichangas.

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    Monterey Bean and Cheese Burritos with some salsa, sharp cheddar, and Cholula hot sauce. Wqshed it all down with a Sam Adams '76.
     
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    Teriyaki skirt steak, broccoli and udon noodles. Togarashi to taste.
     
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    I don’t think I posted these from Memorial Day
    Tomahawk Ribeye 3lbs and some change.
    The pictures don’t do it justice at all. It was PERFECTLY medium rare and has a crust that was to die for. So delectably tender... mmm

    I did it reverse sear style. In the oven at 250 until it came up to 125, then seared it ON TOP of my full charcoal chimney with a grate over the top. SO GOOD
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    And a glass for those who couldn’t partake with us...
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    I've been seeing these in the grocery store, too; looks tempting. Great job.
     
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    I was so stoked when my wife came home with it. We had to use it within a day or so of buying as they were clearing it out.
    Totally worth it.
    And I cannot recommend the reverse sear method enough!
     
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    The reverse sear is perfect for thick cuts. I've only used the grills though, moving from indirect to direct at 108F~ to finish.
     
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    My dinner last night was a small rib-eye and veggies drowned in lots of butter :)
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    599313A6-3480-4C28-8459-E17025934B59.jpeg Kept it simple tonight. Turkey kielbasa and baby potatoes from local garden, a few onions for flavor. Tzatziki sauce on the side, love the cool cucumber flavor in the summer.
     
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    Last night was pasta again. I've got to replenish my supply soon.
    You can always find something to put on top of pasta.
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    Tonight I'm going to cook a bunch of veggies for dinner. No hurry.
     
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    Shoulda taken some pictures cause it was really, really good, but BBQ chicken breasts, veggie shish-kabobs with portobello mushrooms, green peppers, zucchini, squash and red onions and potato salad with red potatoes and bacon, served with a nice bottle of Cabernet. I am so satisfied, life is good.
     
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    Got the onion and potato going
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    Prepped the rest
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    And dinner
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    Chicken, farro, corn, peppers and broccoli;
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    It came right off my BIL piece of equipment. Took it home, welded the hole shut, and put on horse shoes for the handles. It’s been a fun thing to cook on.
     
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    Marinated steak tips on the barby!
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    Wife made the teriyaki/bulgogi marinade for the boneless beef rib meat. Grilled with Florida Gold taters sliced with butter and onions, Asian sweet taters with cinnamon and sugar (for her), and asparagus with olive oil, salt, and pepper.

    Commercial teriyaki sauce, with added onions and garlic, would be close enough!

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    Yesterday's catch was today's lunch.

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    BBQd pork tenerloin with Hoisin -soy-sriracha glaze, baked potato, and Brussels sprouts & bacon on the side. YUM!

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    I made a humongous meatloaf burger in the CI skillet and turned it into a deluxe Loco Moco.
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