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Everything posted by Troble

  1. Wild caught CA King Salmon, cooked indirect with mesquite wood tricolor quinoa with sweet onion, carrots & celery homemade pesto with fresh basil from the garden
  2. Pork tenderloin marinated in lawrys salt and brown sugar. Cooked indirect then reverse seared in the cast iron with some Irish butter crispy baby potatoes blanched, then tossed in duck fat, truffle salt with fresh lemon thyme and rosemary from the garden. Finished in air fryer asparagus with garlic powder, salt and cooked in the cast iron pork juices/butter while pork was resting
  3. Last week I did nt have my usual yeast or flour and I had a hard time getting the KK up to high temp due to excess ash in the bottom. so This week I picked up my usual flour and yeast and I cleaned out the charcoal ash and I turned out some magnificent crust if I do say so myself
  4. It’s Tri-color quinoa from Trader Joe’s with sautéed sweet onion, carrots and celery. It’s a staple in this house i did not catch the salmon but I bought it directly from the guy who did! It comes from the border of CA/OR a big fad from where I live but the season is in full swing so the boats are coming back full of wild salmon and bluefin tuna
  5. Wild CA Kong Salmon & tri-color quinoa with sweet onion, celery & carrots
  6. Hard to believe these are the first pizzas I’ve cooked all year. Two pepperoni & a pepperoni, sweet bell pepper, mushroom & black olive
  7. Looks terrific @C6Bill ive been away from home for 3 weeks and drank a lot of beer on my trip so wanted some light and “healthy” today chicken schwarma with pearled cous cous , Mediterranean salad and fresh tadziki
  8. No KK cooking for me last week, this week or next week as I’m on a 3 week Hawaiian trip with my family. One week in Kauai, one in Oahu and one in Maui and I did get to eat some delicious pig that was cooked underground last week (two pics for reference) but tonight I wanted to sneak in a non KK pic because of the setting of my “grill”. Teriyaki chicken cooked over charcoal with fried rice in my backyard here on Oahu. Was fun to cook with charcoal again as it always reminds me of camping, tailgating and my Weber Smokey mountain.
  9. Bourbon sausages with Dijon mustard on brioche bun served with frozen store bought Yukon gold fries dusted with garlic powder and truffle salt
  10. @jonjwhenever I see your name I get wine cellar envy and feel inadequate with my 15 year old 150 bottle plug is fridge so touché my friend
  11. So I joined the monthly club at my wagyu butcher. It entitles me to a free 1/2 wagyu cheeseburger and crispy potatoes every month plus a 12% discount on purchases. It’s a pretty smart marketing move because I go there and enjoy my burger & potatoes I order an IPA or two and I leave with a cut of meat everytime. Today I picked up some A5 filets about .9 of an lb total for two took another stab at making my crispy potatoes cakes on the griddle. Used he food processor today to slice the potatoes vs my feeble attempt on the ma doling last time which resulted in a pretty cut up knuckle. Tossed the potatoe slices in olive oil, truffle salt, thyme & oregano, big slab of butter on top. Finished with shredded cheese. Pretty tasty. Made 4 cakes only needed 2 wagyu filet with salt reverse seared in cast iron pan. sweet corn on the cob tasty little Zin & Syrah blend the wife had staged away. Solid meal
  12. I’m going to make it with aji amarillos next time instead of jalapeños. It’ll probably make it yellow but I bet the taste will be better
  13. My father in law came back from Peru and loaded me up on spices. So I made Peruvian Pollo a la Brasa. Marinated the chicken for 36 hours. Roasted potatoes with truffle salt, aji pan a & oregano. Topped with Peruvian Green sauce. Will eat this next few days.
  14. @Tyrusthats exactly how I like mine cooked perfect!
  15. @Tyrus looks delicious. Having fresh herbs is a true joy in cooking. The box looks great!
  16. Snake River Farms Wagyu Brisket. Rubbed with soy sauce, Worcester, salt & pepper homemade cornbread man n cheese sweet corn on the cobb ribs two ways. Honey mustard, salt & pepper, aji Amarillo, aji panca & bbq sauce honey mustard, dizzy dust, bbq sauce
  17. Wild CA King Salmon Tricolor quinoa with sweet onion, celery and homegrown rainbow carrots griled asparagus
  18. @MacKenzie I wanted to do beef ribs yesterday but got too late a start to the day. Instead I ended up with Octopus! Those ribs look tasty. What will you do with the leftovers? Did you just do salt & pepper on them? How long and what temp was the cook?
  19. Rotisserie octopus. Marinated in lemon juice, olive oil, garlic, salt, pepper & orgeano Roasted sweet potatoes with rosemary & brown sugar Sweet corn
  20. Bourbon sausages. 88 degrees. Pool, beer & brats kind of day
  21. @alimac23 can’t imagine how happy you must be to see your family. Great looking meal as well. Cheers! @C6Bill I do the same thing. Big cooks on weekends for weekday use
  22. Looks like a fine meal. But also looks like a ton of food!
  23. @C6Bill every time I buy them I wonder why I don’t get them more often. They are an incredible value. Especially given the price of meat these days I picked up both those pork loins for like $26 including the 4 ears of fresh sweet corn. Grew the carrots myself and potatoes were bought. But two great meals for less than $35 for two people is pretty legit (helps balance out the Wagyu dinner from last weekend at least)
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