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Discussion in 'Food and Beverage' started by LGee3, Aug 5, 2019.

  1. LGee3

    LGee3 Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Mine is Grilled smoked Ham and smoked Provolone stuffed chicken breast. I butterfly and lightly pound a chicken breast and marinate it in Italian dressing for a couple of hours. Then I remove them and place the ham and cheese on them and then roll them and sear them seam side down over hot coals ( yes, on the grate ). Then I move to cool side of grill, close lid and let cook for 18-20 minutes. Very tasty and juicy !
     


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  2. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

    i just bbq'd some short ribs which turned out amazing. i do not really have a go to. but a nice juicy rib eye season with just salt and pepper works for me any time. i love ribs as well.

    marinate the ribs in, but save some for basting:
    1.hoisin sauce
    2.soy sauce
    3.brown sugar
    4.sambal
    5.ginger
    6,garlic
    7.green onion

    i marinate it for minimum of 1 hr, but the longer the better. just put it on the grill and baste with the reserve sauce periodically until done.....should be about 10-15 mins depending how hot you have the grill.
     
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  3. dontpanicbobby

    dontpanicbobby 100% That Guy
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    Steak sandwich

    6 inch cast iron skillet
    A dash of Onion salt all around
    Garlic & Onion salt all around
    Garlic powder on each side
    Fry for 3 minutes on a side in Land of Lakes butter, then rest your pan on a cold burner for 3 minutes.
    White bread

    Yummy!
     
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  4. Steven58

    Moderator

    I'll be right over! :p I am not a cook but I make a mean breakfast.

    Eggs Scrambled soft with:

    Jarlberg cheese (wife likes american cheese too, instead).
    milk or cream
    Cream Cheese
    Dill Weed (important)
    Beau Monde (very important)

    Served with a toasted NYC bagel and butter or cream cheese


    -or-

    Add smoked salmon and sauteed onions
    Ditch the cheese.

    I want to get back to cooking. I work late being a singing teacher, so didn't have the opportunity to continue learning main meals, but I think I want to get back into it.
     
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  5. dontpanicbobby

    dontpanicbobby 100% That Guy
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    The new managers of my go to sub-shop at work just added Dill Weed to my Turkey & Cheese sub last night. It was a flavor experience!

    Those little green specks are amazing. :cool:
     
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  6. olbriar

    olbriar  
    Moderator

    I once planted dill seed in my garden area. True enough, it's a great flavor enhancer. Be warned however, It is difficult to kill. I had dill growing in my yard years after I moved my garden to a new spot. :)

    One of my favorite meals to prepare is deluxe burritos. I first smoke a typical pork shoulder and pull half of it for sandwiches while freezing the other half. Later I'll thaw the remaining pulled pork, season it with fresh onion, jalapeno peppers, garlic, cilantro, and chili seasoning and let it simmer in a large skillet. I add some freshly cooked pinto beans and shredded cheese and roll it up in large tortillas. The remaining mixture I add a small can of tomato sauce and make a chili that I pour over the top of the burritos prior to serving. Wife has to have sour cream on her burrito but I like mine without. Just a bit more cheese on top makes me a happy man. Served with Spanish rice.
     
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  7. Milo Willamson

    Milo Willamson Android Expert

    Well mostly open up the cupborad and explore, my main cooking is mostly eggs,
    I just pour some oil on the frying pan first, because of the egg yolk does come out of the
    nucleus of the part, and the white tend to have more scrappies on it, so I add in a few ingredients on like
    Cirtius acid powder, sometimes I mix it in, other times I will have some sort of cheese just laying around and just
    let it sink in for a minute, my mom claims "That Milo makes the best smelling breakfasts ever." :)
     
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  8. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

    this time of year i like to stew or make pot roast. now that i have a ninja foodi, i can roast or braise meats for a much shorter time. last week i made a delicious boneless short rib stew with parsnips and turnips and pineapples believe it or not!!!!! it was so damn good!!!!!!

    edit:
    it had a soy, ginger and beef stock base. because of the pineapples, it had a sweet but savory flavors.
     
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  9. Teriyaki chicken marinated in my home made sauce.

    2 cups of soy sauce
    2 cup of sugar
    Ginger & minced garlic (to your liking)
    1 cup of alcohol of your choice. Original recipe of my grandmother's was sherry, but I went further and tried others. Rum is pretty good, but my favorite is brandy.

    I've found that thighs are the best.
     
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  10. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

    welcome to AF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    i never use alcohol as i make something similar. i have rum i can use, but i do not drink brandy....so no brandy.
     
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  11. Thank you for the welcome.

    Luckily the alcohol cooks out. But it sure adds flavor! Rum is really good!
     
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