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Troble last won the day on March 4

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  1. @Tyrus I tried sending you a message but it says you can’t receive messages?
  2. Pork tenderloin with roasted carrots and crispy Parmesan potatoes
  3. @Basher a dry aging meat fridge would be nice but I need my Santa Maria grill before that. I’m still paying off my backyard so I’m a ways out on either of those purchases but one day…..
  4. Peruvian Pollo a la Brasa with roasted potatoes and Peruvian “crack” saice
  5. @David Chang that last photo is awesome
  6. @tony b I’m headed to Peru March 24th after having to cancel our trip in 2020 & 2022. I’m going to come back with recipes specifically on that sauce. Last time I was there was 2014 and my cooking skills have improved a ton since then. Just you wait I’ll have a bunch of new stuff to try for sure
  7. Great looking cooks @Tyrus @David Chang @tony b echoing what @Poochiesaid I’ve been doing most of my shopping lately at Costco business. $3.99/lb prime Briskets, $16-$18 for 4 pork tenderloins, last pork butts I got was a 2 pack for $1.99/lb. I’ve also been eyeing the beef tenderloin they have there but I haven’t pulled the trigger because ones usually too big for my family but I was co side ring buying one and cutting it in 1/2 and vaccum sealing the other one I don’t have a meat freezer yet but I’m seriously considering getting one so I can stock more meats, I also own a vaccum sealer but have never used it and I need to get on that. I know. I learned a long time ago if I just ride @tony bcoattails I’ll be a successful cook
  8. I’m sure you all are tired of my same old boring pork tenderloin cooks but given the price of meat lately I’ve been going to Costco Business a lot more and they sell these two packs (4 loins) for $16 so I grab one everytime I’m there tonight I did a pork tenderloin that was marinated overnight in a dry rub of salt, garlic powder & black pepper. Cooked indirect and reverse seared in my cast iron with some Irish butter. Air fryer potatoes tossed in truffle salt, olive oil (didn’t have any duck fat), garlic powder and rosemary and topped with Parmesan cheese after frying also tossed some green beans in panko crumbs, Parmesan, and salt put in oven at 400 for 15 minutes made a red wine reduction sauce to top the pork tenderloin.
  9. Rotisserie leg of lamb Mediterranean salad roasted olive oil & garlic pearled cous cous homemade tadziki with lemons from the tree
  10. @jonj you must’ve been happy with the outcome! At the expense of @tekobo
  11. Nicely done @C6Bill I passed out goodie bags as well. But you did a complete meal kit!
  12. Super Bowl Sunday tradition. Going on 20+ years now. Pulled pork served on Hawaiian rolls and homemade coleslaw. Marinated in mustard and rub for 3 days then smoked for 15 hours. Let it rest 90 minutes then spritzed with apple juice, dusted with brown sugar, hit with rub again and slathered in siracha and finished under the broiler to crisp it up With Sweet Baby Rays BBQ Sauce
  13. Flat iron steak marinated in soy sauce & Worcester with Montreal steak seasoning. Cooked in the cast iron pan and basted with butter & thyme roasted fingerling potatoes tossed in butter, olive oil, garlic, truffle salt, black pepper & thyne. Finished with Parmesan cheese roasted French beans with olive oil, salt, garlic, Panko bread crumbs & Parmesan cheese also cooked some chicken breast for the week while I had the KK going
  14. Love the setup @Basher I’m jealous. Looks like fun in that new grill of yours
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