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    Well, when you pair it with some fava beans and a nice chianti...
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    I'd never bother to order them that way cuz the bacon doesn't like to cook at the same temp as the steak. The sous vide cooker helps for sure but it's still not ideal.

    That said, my mom texted me the other day and said her favorite small grocery/butcher store was running a special on bacon wrapped filets and did I want her to grab us some. I sure as shit didn't say no thanks.
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    Bbq Chicken Wrap in 10 minutes

    A Costco chicken
    Assorted bbq sauces
    Shredded cheese
    Blue Cheese salad dressing
    Hearts of Romaine bag o lettuce
    Pesto tortilla

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    Finger shred the chicken and add sauce.
    Get baked and bake that chicken goodness at 350 for 5 minutes.

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    Once the baking chicken goodness is hot, take a moist paper towel, cover your tortilla and microwave for 20 seconds. Spread some dressing on the tortilla topping it with a thin layer of shredded cheese. Add hot chicken goodness and add another thin layer of shredded cheese so it melts together. Adds handful of lettuce and a bit more dressing and roll that shit up. Enjoy!

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    Don't mean to judge, but I would shit your house in a bad way. My god.

    Please let this thread help you graduate from stoner 3 am food.

    I don't want to leave you without a solution, so here is literally a cheap cheap ass alternative or 3:

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    Quote Originally Posted by MakersTeleMark View Post
    Don't mean to judge, but I would shit your house in a bad way. My god.
    Well thatís not surprising since you never have anything good to say here. And I didnít invite you anyway so go piss on someone elseís post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzworthy View Post
    Well that’s not surprising since you never have anything good to say here. And I didn’t invite you anyway so go piss on someone else’s post.
    Should I pee up a rope as someone told me today, or could you actually learn how to feed yourself out of your username?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MakersTeleMark View Post
    Should I pee up a rope as someone told me today, or could you actually learn how to feed yourself out of your username?
    Youíre a miserable fuck who only shows up to crap on anyone and everyone who posts here. Where did you get this irrational idea that youíre better than everyone else? Do you ever stop to think about that? You identify as a burner yet you havenít subscribed to that mentality. Itís pretty sad actually.

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    Yeah heís a dickÖ

    Ö.But you did follow up a post of some amazing homemade North Indian dishes with step by step directions on how to fill a tortilla with chickenÖ.


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    The snooty standards around here reeks of a bunch of Vail dentists. Itís a 10 minute meal. Itís not supposed to be a masterpiece.
    I also ski at Nordic Valley. And bring a lunch. A lowly sandwich.

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    Vail lawyer
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    Watcha cookin'?

    Christian canít help it

    he drinks too much






    or something
    Last edited by ~mikey b; 03-22-2023 at 08:12 AM.
    I didn't believe in reincarnation when I was your age either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lifelinksplit View Post
    Shakshuka is my wife's go-to car camping breakfast. Never done bacon(shame!) but load up the feta.

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    Can never go wrong with bacon. And since i have a bag of costco bacon crumbles in the fridge I figured why not. It actually compliments the feta nicely.

    Quote Originally Posted by tgapp View Post
    Got a recipe to make from scratch?
    Here's what I do:

    Chop up and sautee in liberal amount of olive oil over medium-high heat: 1 stalk celery, half an onion, half a green pepper, green onion, and your choice of peppers (I usually get a jalapeno, a serrano and 3 small habaneros - decent amount of heat)

    When veggies are soft add cumin, paprika and garlic powder or a few cloves of crushed garlic. Then add 14oz of crushed tomato. Turn down heat to medium-low

    Once crushed tomato is simmering, add 3 eggs, hollowing out a spot for each with a spoon. Add an ounce of water to create steam and cover the pan.

    Once eggs are firm to touch, remove from heat and sprinkle chopped cilantro, parsley, and feta crumbles over the top. I add bacon crumbles and diced avocado if I need to use some up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzworthy View Post
    It’s a 10 minute meal. It’s not supposed to be a masterpiece.
    Not to mention compliments on the perfect rolling job!

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    I made a ten minute breakfast burrito today, but I am not allowed to post it. So I didnít.

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    Fuck that, no one takes him seriously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thaleia View Post
    Fuck that, no one takes him seriously.
    My trick for a quick breakfast burrito is 1) using a fresh tortilla that I cook when I'm doing the eggs (get them at costco and you can freeze them. 1000% better than pre-cooked, IMO), and 2) make or buy some sort of spicy ranch as a sauce. If I can, I get a bunch of the orange habanero hot sauce from my local burrito cart and use that to make it extra spicy. Scramble two eggs, melt some shredded cheddar into the eggs, top with as spicy of a ranch sauce as you want, profit.

    If I have onions, peppers, beans or bacon around I'll toss it in, but normally just use eggs and cheese.

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    Yes please! Sounds great.

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    Finally found some fennel in Japan for some Italian sausage.

    While there is a lot of info onlineó any mag favorite spice combos? Iím thinking to keep it simple with fennel, parsley, and red pepper flakes.

    But itís been 20 years since Iíve tasted this herb.


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    Watcha cookin'?

    Quote Originally Posted by gaijin View Post
    Finally found some fennel in Japan for some Italian sausage.

    While there is a lot of info onlineó any mag favorite spice combos? Iím thinking to keep it simple with fennel, parsley, and red pepper flakes.

    But itís been 20 years since Iíve tasted this herb.


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    Add some garlic, oregano, basil
    In addition to pork butt, add some pork belly
    Some wine will help with the bind. Pinot Gris?

    Edit: more salt than your think you needÖ.
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    Cumin lamb. Only need salt, pepper, and cumin.

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    Shoulder chop?
    Quando paramucho mi amore de felice carathon.
    Mundo paparazzi mi amore cicce verdi parasol.
    Questo abrigado tantamucho que canite carousel.


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    Quote Originally Posted by irul&ublo View Post
    Shoulder chop?
    Lamb leg steak

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    Quote Originally Posted by evdog View Post
    Can never go wrong with bacon. And since i have a bag of costco bacon crumbles in the fridge I figured why not. It actually compliments the feta nicely.


    Here's what I do:

    Chop up and sautee in liberal amount of olive oil over medium-high heat: 1 stalk celery, half an onion, half a green pepper, green onion, and your choice of peppers (I usually get a jalapeno, a serrano and 3 small habaneros - decent amount of heat)

    When veggies are soft add cumin, paprika and garlic powder or a few cloves of crushed garlic. Then add 14oz of crushed tomato. Turn down heat to medium-low

    Once crushed tomato is simmering, add 3 eggs, hollowing out a spot for each with a spoon. Add an ounce of water to create steam and cover the pan.

    Once eggs are firm to touch, remove from heat and sprinkle chopped cilantro, parsley, and feta crumbles over the top. I add bacon crumbles and diced avocado if I need to use some up.
    Highly recommend some aleppo pepper flakes to finish the shakshuka. Really adds some nice mild heat and smokiness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thaleia View Post
    Not to mention compliments on the perfect rolling job!
    He probably rolls perfect joints one handed
    Quando paramucho mi amore de felice carathon.
    Mundo paparazzi mi amore cicce verdi parasol.
    Questo abrigado tantamucho que canite carousel.


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    Quote Originally Posted by irul&ublo View Post
    He probably rolls perfect joints one handed
    #goals

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