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Old 06-15-2017, 11:19 AM
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That's some great color on a turkey burger, Ron. Great job.
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I had lost some turkey through the grate on a prior grilling, so I did this one on a Lodge skillet on the grill, in coconut oil. Ground turky (unless fresh ground) often has so much retained water and is ground to a mush, grates dont always work well for me. Part of why I doctor them up-to bind them together.

The coconut aminoes we get at Trader Joe's if interested in trying some, Alpintourer. It is my soy or worchestershire sauce substitute.
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Old 06-15-2017, 01:03 PM
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Final entry for "pasta week", homemade Gnocchi. Never tried that before. Was afraid we would end up with hockey pucks, but somehow they were tender and fluffy. Great fun. Cooked with a homemade tomato sauce and zucchini (we can't get enough zucchini...it was in all three pasta dishes last week).
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Old 06-15-2017, 01:07 PM
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Tonight, made two things never attempted before...we are both exhausted from a long prep and cook (took half of the day actually).

Gobi Matar Masala (cauliflower and peas masala)

Chicken Briyani

Yikes, lots of work.

Probably 40 total ingredients. Just one example is the chicken marinade: "Marinate Chicken in chili powder, turmeric, cumin, curry powder, garam masala, fennel seed, cardamom, spicy paprika, coriander power, garlic powder, onion power, and yogurt, oil and lime juice."

Many techniques I didn't even know existed until today. I learned tons from Youtube chefs. Combined techniques and ingredients from several into one recipe I could attempt to execute.

Was surprisingly good! (although we did learn a couple of lessons to improve on for next time). My GF loves, loves, loves Indian food...so more of this is in my future I guess.
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Old 06-15-2017, 03:14 PM
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^^^^ nice!

my neighbors are first generation Indian immigrants and they're always cooking something delicious. I need to start asking for recipes (or just inviting myself over )
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Old 06-15-2017, 04:35 PM
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Final entry for "pasta week", homemade Gnocchi. Never tried that before. Was afraid we would end up with hockey pucks, but somehow they were tender and fluffy. Great fun. Cooked with a homemade tomato sauce and zucchini (we can't get enough zucchini...it was in all three pasta dishes last week).

Molto bene! Top shelf!
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Old 06-16-2017, 06:06 AM
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Final entry for "pasta week", homemade Gnocchi. Never tried that before. Was afraid we would end up with hockey pucks, but somehow they were tender and fluffy. Great fun. Cooked with a homemade tomato sauce and zucchini (we can't get enough zucchini...it was in all three pasta dishes last week).
Wow. Looks delicious. I've tried gnocchi several times...can't say it ever looked like that though.
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Old 06-17-2017, 08:04 AM
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Pulled at 160 settled an an almost a perfect 165. One degree! Next time...
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Old 06-17-2017, 09:30 AM
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Been too lazy to post lately, but had this 35 oz. Tomahawk Ribeye last night.
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Old 06-17-2017, 05:33 PM
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Hey, you're Canadian, shouldn't you be using the Metric system?!?

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Old 06-18-2017, 10:31 AM
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Daughter took me to "The Catbird Seat" in Nashville for Father's Day. Nearly impossible to get reservations. Had the drink pairings too - was really good and a great experience. Had drinks at the Patterson House beforehand.

The sommelier had an incredible resemblance to Freddie Mercury (see picture).
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Daughter took me to "The Catbird Seat" in Nashville for Father's Day. Nearly impossible to get reservations. Had the drink pairings too - was really good and a great experience. Had drinks at the Patterson House beforehand.

The sommelier had an incredible resemblance to Freddie Mercury (see picture).
That's an awesome Father's Day gift!

If I'm blessed with a daughter one day and she does that, I would cry. Lol
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That's an awesome Father's Day gift!



If I'm blessed with a daughter one day and she does that, I would cry. Lol

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Food looked awesome, BQ!
And, as Jason said, you are truly blessed with a great daughter.
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P.S. That guy does look like Freddie Mercury!
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Been too lazy to post lately, but had this 35 oz. Tomahawk Ribeye last night.

Good Lord, are you Fred Flintstone?
Great looking steak.
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Old 06-19-2017, 07:55 PM
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We are getting ready to remodel our kitchen so trying to use up anything we can in the fridge and freezer. Tonight I threw together some pulled chicken tacos.
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Old 06-19-2017, 08:25 PM
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Daughter took me to "The Catbird Seat" in Nashville for Father's Day. Nearly impossible to get reservations. Had the drink pairings too - was really good and a great experience. Had drinks at the Patterson House beforehand.

The sommelier had an incredible resemblance to Freddie Mercury (see picture).
Congrats on what I'm sure will be a life long memory and yes he looks just like Freddie Merc- wonder how many times a day he hears it ?
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That's an awesome Father's Day gift!

If I'm blessed with a daughter one day and she does that, I would cry. Lol
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Food looked awesome, BQ!
And, as Jason said, you are truly blessed with a great daughter.
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P.S. That guy does look like Freddie Mercury!
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Congrats on what I'm sure will be a life long memory and yes he looks just like Freddie Merc- wonder how many times a day he hears it ?
She knows me well, we are both the type that prefer experiences over physical things. Everyone needs a daughter. They are awesome.

My daughter said something to the Freddie Mercury guy, he said something and started singing. The chef with the tattoo sleeves started laughing, they probably have a bet going on if he can make it through a seating without someone mentioning Freddie.
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^ I'm just happy kids today remember Freddy!
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Cold broccoli soup. This recipe.

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/m...recipe-1947396

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Good. But, wife is correct - it'd taste better hot.

Also, served with chilled cantaloupe soup. See above.

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Finished off with grilled salmon. Sockeye from Costco. Skin side down to get it nice and crispy.

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