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Cooking/Food thread

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

  1. O4L

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    The crockpot is fine it just takes a while. I like my beans cooked down thick and tender. For me, it takes about 7-8 hours for them to be ready.

    It sounds like you are kind of doing the reverse of what I do. I put my red beans in the water bowl of my smoker when I'm smoking meat, after adding the mix of spices I use, usually for about twelve hours. I finish them off on the stove to get nice them and thick. I don't like watery bean soup.

    I also smoke some andouille sausage to go in the beans. Top with sharp cheddar and serve with jalapeno and cheese cornbread.
     
  2. MacFromOK

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    One of the girls brought a plate of stuffed, bacon wrapped pork chop (apparently the bacon wrap keeps the stuffing in) along with extra stuffing, corn, carrots & green beans.

    Man, it was good. :thumb:
     
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    I use the bacon for keeping the guts in an keeping the pork moist. It can dry out quick.
     
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    Man that was good
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    Not mine but I can dream and I learned something new today. Instead of calling them fried tators, say they are saute. It just sounds healthier. :P


    Fried tators.jpg
     
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    Restaurants can charge more for "sauted" vs. "fried". Therefore, they must be better!!


    :spaghetti:
     
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    xseler These are not the firearms you're looking for.

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    Home made chili and cornbread tonight guys. Just seemed fitting.
     
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    Thats almost exactly how I do it...down to the mexican cornbread but I upped that a notch with a habinaro or 2 plus 2 japs.
     
  9. dennishoddy

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    Or "pan seared" :hey3:
     
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    That works too.
     
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