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Breaking out the BBQ grill tonight for the first time this season.  Going to applewood grill some salmon steaks.

8 minutes ago, saevel25 said:

Made Chicken and Dumpling soup. YUM!!! 

Pictures or it wasn't cooked...

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1 minute ago, saevel25 said:

My roommate and I already decimated it! 

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This is why I don't take more pictures of my food. I tend not to think about taking a picture until after I've already started eating it.

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11 minutes ago, saevel25 said:

What is your prefer cooking method for such a good looking steak.

Brush with bacon or duck fat, and liberally season.  Sear in cast iron pan on a smoking hot cooktop.  2 minutes, turn and immediately finish in a 350° oven for 6-8 minutes...dependent on thickness and desired final temp.

Rest 5 minutes as you finish accompaniments...
 

 

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51 minutes ago, David in FL said:

A nice rare ribeye with pan fried fingerling potatoes.  A surprisingly nice Napa Zinfandel…

 

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Beautiful

I've had Trifecta and Factor 75 meals home delivered since December.  They're pretty good and it's very convenient.  

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20 minutes ago, David in FL said:

But bacon is pig!

Well they sell it as beef bacon. I understand that bacon is thinly or thickly sliced pork belly that is cured, non-cured, or smoked. Still, it's thinly sliced beef belly. And bacon gets the description done. 🙂 

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19 minutes ago, David in FL said:

Speaking of pig...

A meat and potatoes weekend.  Seared pork chop with potatoes au gratin.  Heavy cream and Fontina cheese is the key to a perfect au gratin.


 

 

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I used to work in a fine dining restaurant that served au gratin. They made it large pans and cut it into cylinders for presentation purposes. The trimmings were given to the staff almost every day for staff meal. It’s amazing how quickly you can get tired of eating really good food if you’re eating it all the time.

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14 minutes ago, nevets88 said:

Accurate? Or not?

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Everybody knows the quintessential sandwich of NJ is a pork roll, egg, and cheese. Or a Taylor Ham, egg, and cheese. They just can’t agree on what to call it.

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