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Cooking/Food thread

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by dennishoddy, Feb 3, 2017.

  1. MacFromOK

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    One of the girls brought fried hamburger steak smothered in onions & mushrooms (along with mashed potatoes) yesterday evening. It was really good.

    That might be a thought to try with the venison.
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    Do you partially cook the green beans and carrots first and then put them in the cast iron skillet to go in the oven with the meatloaf?
    I like one pan meals for less cleanup.
     
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    No. I just cut the carrots bite size and use canned green beans. Drained of course. Hard to tell in the photo but there are cut up sweet potatoes in there too. You can use white if you prefer.

    Bake for about 1 hour and 15 minutes. The carrots and tators will be tender plus have extra flavor from the meat juices.
     
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    Ok, so here's some...

    First, pork belly cubed (about 2" ea), salt, pepper and a light dusting of brown sugar:

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    Next, sear 'em off on all sides.

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    Here they are all seared:

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    Then they got a little chicken stock and covered with foil, into an oven at 350ºF for 2-3h and I'll take them out and toss them in an Asian marinade and stew it up a bit to get it nice and bubbly, serve over an Asian cabbage jalapeno salad - kind of a slaw, but with Asian flavors instead of mayo. More pics to come later, prolly.

    <edit> And I'm about to pull out the belly I did sous vide in a similar Asian marinade last night for 10h. That one also gets cubed, seared and then tossed in more Asian glaze.

    We'll see which one comes out better - the seared then braised version, or the sous vide then seared version. :D

    It's an Asian pork belly kinda day.
     
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    did a seafood boil tonight with friends
     
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    Uncooked minute rice. There is enough moisture in the meat mix to steam it tender during the cooking process.
    Patty's floured, and fried, then put in casserole dish with the soup mix and veggi garnish.
     
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    Did some mesquite marinated bacon wrapped pork chops on the Pitboss this evening. Rice and salad on the side.
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    This is going in my smoker. What temp do you bake at? I'm thinking smoke low and slow for at least an hour and then crank it up to about 350? using a temp probe for the meat of course so I dont go over 160 ish.
    Smoked vegies are bomb and I'm thinking about brussel sprouts and spearigrass lol
     
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    I used this meat in my beans, the seasoning that I think Dennis posted a while back, a can of rotell and a habanero cut in 4 pieces and the heat level was perfect. It got a bit hotter in the fridge by day 3 of leftovers.
     
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