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  1. Roasted chicken. Butter, kosher salt, black pepper, olive oil, fresh marjoram and fresh thyme marinade. Alice of Irish butter under the skin over the breasts. Fresh squeezed lemon juice and lemon rinds on cavity right before placing on grill 

    roasted crispy Yukon good potatoes. Booked in kosher salt and baking soda for 10 minutes then tossed in duck fat, fresh thyme, garlic powder and truffle salt. Roasted in over at 450 for 75 minutes stirring every 20 minutes 

    sweet onion, carrots and celery underneath the chicken 






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  2. On 1/21/2022 at 6:37 AM, RokDok said:

    You are a great salesman @Troble.

    We have just booked our flights.


    @RokDok no selling needed the pictures speak for themselves. I just spent a week in Austin this week on my company’s dime eating at nice restaurants with my customers getting “chefs tastings”….they didn’t hold a candle to what I eat in Valle de Guadalupe and they cost 2-3x more 

    when you say you booked your flights where are you Gigi g into San Diego? When?

  3. @Dabble 225 is a 1/4 turn up top and having the big vent of the bottom be set to about 10 o’clock if you’re looking at it as if it were a clock. I usually have the big vent hole on the right all the way open then when I hit them I adjust to smaller size. That may or may not be right but this method works for me 

    don’t use lighter cubes with nasty chemicals on it. You can use these Rutland fire squares Rutland Products Safe Lite Fire... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B007R6772O?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share

    or between yet get a MAAP torch I light my basket in the middle of the basket and put 6 mesquite wood chunks in the basket not too far from where I light it. Double drip pan (or foil tray) goes on lower grate and brisket goes on main grate. Spray liberally every 30 minutes with apple juice after the first 5-6 hours of the KK being completely shut and you’ll get great  bark. 

  4. Brisket - usual Worcester & soy base. Meatchurch Holy Cow rub

    Busted out the external smoker for the first time in over two years of ownership. Pretty easy to use and used some mesquite pellets for smoke flavor 

    sour cream, garlic, Parmesan & chives mashed potatoes 

    homemade cornbread06F77B99-0F7A-4605-941C-57EDE85BEA79.thumb.jpeg.3198de2aad6cda4bb8834f5454576ed1.jpeg






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  5. Bourbon marinated bone in pork chops

    crispy baby potatoes boiled in water with kosher salt & baking soda for 10 minutes. Then tossed in duck fat, garlic powder & truffle salt. Then roasted in oven at 450 for 60 minutes, stirring/mixing ever 20 minutes. Then tossed again in the bowl with the residual duck fat and fresh rosemary 

    grilled asparagus with olive oil, garlic powder and momofoku savory seasoning 

    J Russian River Pinot Noir 








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  6. @Tyrus I suspect he’s just using old cook photos to make it seem like he’s been busy but he didn’t realize you’d sleuth him out! 😀 just joking obviously 

    great looking cooks @alimac23 spectacular color on the Al pastor. My girls are 4 & 6 so a few years ahead of you it’ll get a bit more manageable when they become self sufficient and then you can start training them as sous chefs to help you!

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  7. Marinated (lawrys salt & brown sugar) Pork tenderloin grilled Indirect at 350 with some apple wood. Finished in the cast iron pan with some Irish butter 

    crispy baby potatoes. Booked them in water with baking soda and kosher salt for 10 minutes. Tossed them in a bowl with duck fat, truffle salt, garlic powder & black pepper. Threw them in the air fryer and then finished them by tossing them in olive oil and a ton of fresh thyme. Turned out super tasty 

    grilled asaoargus cooked in cast iron pan after pork, dusted with olive oil, salt, black pepper and garlic powder before getting tossed in the pan. 





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  8. @tekobo I’d be happy to help you. I’ve been doing this solar stuff for 15 years now. I’ll give you some free advice that will apply to where you live. I know some about the UK and I can probably tap my business network to get you some local info but at a high level I can educate you on solar and what to look out for. But you want to find the best local company to come out and do the work. Get good equipment, but get a good local company to install it 

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  9. 10 minutes ago, C6Bill said:

    That’s a beautiful meal 👍

    Dads 70th birthday & retirement celebration in one night. This is what he requested. I obliged. His birthday is 12/31 but we had to reschedule due to COVID exposures (thankfully nobody got it, but waiting to get tested) 

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  10. Prime rib. Rubbed with Worcester sauce yesterday. Sea salt, black pepper, garlic & onion powered rub 

    cooked at 350 on rotisserie and basted with butter, olive oil, garlic, rosemary, thyme & a dash of soy sauce baste mixture. Mesquite wood chucks to add smoke flavor 

    potatoes Au Gratin with Gruyère cheese, fennel & sweet onions 

    Side Caesar salad 

    not pictured chocolate crusted oreo cookie ice cream pie and chocolate  crusted strawberry ice cream pie 










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  11. Bought a 3 bone beef rib Monday morning. seasoned it with olive oil, salt, black pepper and garlic powder. Let it sit overnight. 

    Put the ribs on the KK at 8am Tuesday and cooked it at 250 degrees with some mesquite wood chips. Removed from KK at 6pm. Rested an hour 

    deskinned a bunch of plum tomatoes & vine tomatoes. Threw them into a lot with some sautéed onions & garlic added chicken stock, oregano, salt and fresh basil. Started simmering that Tuesday 5pm 

    made some homemade tomato paste by slow cooking some plum tomatoes on a cookie sheet in the oven. Added the tomato paste around 6pm. Added baby Bella mushrooms at 6pm.

    Trimmed beef ribs of fat and added to sauce at 7pm. Added 3 beef bones to sauce at 7pm to enhance flavor. Covered and left on simmer overnight, stirring occasionally before bed

    woke up in the morning big and stirred the sauce, made a fresh pasta dough ball covered and let sit for an hour then put into new Christmas present pasta roller on my Kitchen Aid stand mixer. Ran it through to level 6 and cut out some fresh pappardelle pasta and hung on rack to dry 

    Strained pasta sauce twice between 12pm-5pm to remove top layer of fat 

    boiled pasta for 4 minutes at 5:30pm served sauce into pasta to mix. Serve with freshly grated Parmesan cheese 

    because the meat was so soft and cooked down for so long it made this really great thick ragu type sauce. Very flavorful and decadent. First time I ever attempted to make pasta by hand. I’d give it a solid B with some moments of A work. Couple of my first strips were still double folded and a bit thick but 85% of the pasta was great. Lotta effort into this one. Eat this again tomorrow and have another rounds worth of sauce in the freezer for another time 













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