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    One chicken doesn’t cut it anymore.
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    Two makes for some righteously thick pan gravy.
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    Made a nice sauna for some garlic cloves out of the cavity of a Springer Mountain Farms chimken.

    On the Egg but with mesquite.
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    Quote Originally Posted by evdog View Post
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    Brunch pizza today!

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    Thanks for the love! This pizza oven is awesome. So happy with it. Very wood efficient too.

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    Watcha cookin'?

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    Watcha cookin'?

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    Double thick prime top round, treat it like Santa Maria BBQ, Vignalta salt, garlic powder, pepper, OO; grilled to about 95, then off fire for awhile, and good 10 min test in warming drawer. Grilled spears, oo, vignalta salt. Lodi zin, CBD oriented joint for dessert

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    Artichokes were on sale.

    Simmered then lightly fried with salt.

    Gotta improve how I prep them, left a few too many tough leaves onClick image for larger version. 

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    Artichoke Porn!!!!!
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    Leave those on, they hold in the seasoning and moisture, and any stuffing.

    Eat from the inside out. Nice job. Can't get those where I live, but miss them dearly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MakersTeleMark View Post
    Leave those on, they hold in the seasoning and moisture, and any stuffing.

    Eat from the inside out. Nice job. Can't get those where I live, but miss them dearly.
    I have 10+ left. Stuffed is on the list, I've never actually tried doing them that way. Not sure if I'm going to try fully frying them, it's always a bit of an ordeal.

    All the trimmings go into stock even though I've read it's too strong a flavor. Pasta cooked in 100% artichoke stock is delicious

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    Quote Originally Posted by abraham View Post
    Artichokes were on sale.

    Simmered then lightly fried with salt.

    Gotta improve how I prep them, left a few too many tough leaves onClick image for larger version. 

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    Do you see the headline about the bargain rate hit man they caught? Arty chokes four for a dollar.

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    Ate em so fast I couldn't even get a pic

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    Brandine: Now Cletus, if I catch you with pig lipstick on your collar one more time you ain't gonna be allowed to sleep in the barn no more!
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    Going on the pellet smoker

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    12 hours later

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    Wrapped in foil and finished another 6 hours

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    Homemade bread and butter pickles, pickled onions and just a bit of my own spicy honey BBQ sauce.

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    Boston butt chop sous vide in Korean BBQ sauce then hit on a hot grill.
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    Another batch of homemade spicy chili crisp (based on the Laoganma sauce you can buy at Asian markets). I go through this stuff at an alarming rate.

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    App: Seared scallops in morel butter,



    Main: grilled lamb tenderloin filet :

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    Leftover grilled lamb and speck over wild greens and shallot flowers, grill juice, lemon and thyme dressing

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    That damned salad looks real nice. Watcha got in that glass with the scallops?
    Brandine: Now Cletus, if I catch you with pig lipstick on your collar one more time you ain't gonna be allowed to sleep in the barn no more!
    Cletus: Duly noted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruiser View Post
    That damned salad looks real nice. Watcha got in that glass with the scallops?
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    Cheap euros and a string of good quality vintages mean that even the cheap ones are likely to be pretty decent, particularly when your compare them to what the same money will buy you in domestic chard. $20 California chard is a minefield...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruiser View Post
    Cheap euros and a string of good quality vintages mean that even the cheap ones are likely to be pretty decent, particularly when your compare them to what the same money will buy you in domestic chard. $20 California chard is a minefield...
    Minefield that means the difference between a happy buzz or a nasty headache.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cruiser View Post
    $20 California chard is a minefield...
    ...and reliably awful. Who the fuck ever thought all that (any?) oak was a good idea? Yuck. Wine for people who don't like wine.
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    Beef chuck boneless shoulder pot roast $2.49/lb done on the grill. Thing #3 said he didn't want pot roast or stew. I've never done it on the grill. It tastes pretty good. I used a dry rub sitting on the counter 1.5 hours. Definitely needs to be sliced thin.
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