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Everything posted by MacKenzie

  1. Donair Nova Scotia Style

    Have to start with the bread and this one is Lebanese Mountain Bread- Roll the dough out then stretch it over a bowl to get it really thin. Then put the stretched dough onto a hot griddle. Flip and done. Now for the meat. Grind the beef 3 times and add the spices. Knead for 20 mins. and form into logs that are about 3-4 inches in diameter. Tightly wrap to pack the meat. Cold smoked just for fun the heated the KK to 250F and added the logs. Nearly done, IT should be 160F. Done. Taste tested. Start building the donair. Add the homemade donair sauce and a little Purple Crack just because.
  2. Baby backs

    Aussie, you sure know how to pick those ribs and your wife knows how to make a great salad as well.
  3. Everyday Misc Cooking Photos w/ details

    A fish lovers delight[emoji4][emoji4][emoji4]
  4. Unpack and round one

    I love it, it is stunning.[emoji7][emoji7][emoji7]
  5. Donair Nova Scotia Style

    I really never actually had a gyro, Shuley but I do know it is usually done on a rotating vertical spit and the meat is sliced off that. The sauce for it is called Tzatziki Sauce and it has yogurt, cukes, sour cream and garlic all blended. Around here it is all Donairs.
  6. Pork Chop

    Great looking pork chop.
  7. Everyday Misc Cooking Photos w/ details

    Dozer, beautifully done on the steak.
  8. Everyday Misc Cooking Photos w/ details

    Just a quick cook now that winter is back. Chicken drumsticks marinated in Frank's Hot Sauce then put on the grill. Served with twice baked airfryer potatoes.
  9. Looking for Grate Advice

    I love that Curly Kate or Kurly Kate however I am supposed to spell it. I think the key thing is to stay on top of the job. Don't let those cooks build up and up without cleaning the previous cook off. Either get it at the end of the cook or the beginning of the next cook just as the grill is heating up. It took a little search to find the water heater pan and it has a tap on the side. In the pix is it sitting over a bin with lump just for the pix. Normally it is turned upside down and I use it as a cover for the bin. It all slides under the counter and out of sight. I rarely use it but have it if need be. A section of garden hose could be easily threaded onto the top if needed.
  10. New 21" Supreme

    That's the spirit, pixs, pixs and more pixs.
  11. Everyday Misc Cooking Photos w/ details

    sfdrew, your Cornish hen dinner looks delicious and that pickle looks fresh as can be.
  12. Jon, it was FUN and a pleasure picking out your prizes. Here's to, Jon, the winner, this year. Upon the first wearing of your official team hat you automatically become and honourary Canadian.
  13. Everyday Misc Cooking Photos w/ details

    Things are looking good at your house. When I do my steak I usually cook at 132F for the entire cook, a few hours depending upon the thickness, and it will come out looking like a medium rare steak but at that temp and time all the nasties have been taken care of.
  14. Brisket epiphany

    So glad that your latest Meater is working perfectly, now we just need to work on you.
  15. Donair Nova Scotia Style

    Bruce, thank you kind sir, you may join me today for a rerun.
  16. New 21" Supreme

    Dave, just wait until you see it for real, you think you are thrilled now. Not only is it stunning in real life the taste of the food moves up to another level. Can't wait to see your pixs. What colour did you order and when do you expect to take delivery?
  17. Everyday Misc Cooking Photos w/ details

    Tony, that is a delicious looking and colourful dinner.
  18. Wing party!

    sfdrew, what a lovely mean, beautiful
  19. Baby backs

    Those are awesome baby backs and for sure a very tasty dinner.:)
  20. Pork Patties

    I had some ground pork and wanted to use it so why not try pork burgers. Ready for the grill. On the KK. Nearly done. Plated. Since there are extra patties, let's have them for breakfast. I discovered that I like a mix of pork and beef rather than all pork in a burger. BTW, that is my homemade ketchup and it has a kick to it.
  21. Everyday Misc Cooking Photos w/ details

    The last of the butternut squash until next fall. It has been a while since I did a potato scallop and it just seemed to be the day for some comfort food.
  22. Pork Patties

    Why didn't think of that, it is in the fridge.[emoji44][emoji44][emoji44]
  23. Everyday Misc Cooking Photos w/ details

    Ha ha, homemade ketchup. No way, Tony. All is good.
  24. Everyday Misc Cooking Photos w/ details

    Made a little flat bread for breakfast this morning. We are in the middle of a nor'easter so no place to go. Add a little Parmesan Cheese. Fold it over and devour.
  25. Future KK Owner

    Time to start the KK fund for Danny, he looks like he is in seventh heaven, just look at that huge grin on his face. I'd like to have one of those burgers, nice grill marks, guess he learned that from the Master. BTW, I hope you taught him the cleanup trick too.