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Made $12 Chuck roast, turned in steak. Sous vided Chuck roast for ~26hrs then seared on grill with a little pear wood for flavor. Found recipe years ago and always wanted to try it. Lived up to claims, tastes like a steak with really good beef flavor. Really surprised it came out so well.

Made homemade peasant bread, green beans, and mashed potatoes for sides.








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Nice. I did a chuck roast low n slow on the BGE last weekend. Had 4 nice meals out of it. One of the tricks I've used for several years is reheating leftovers in the oven and use my digital probe to bring it back to a perfect medium rare. Almost as good as the first night and much, much better than the microwave.

Tonight, I reheated Wednesday's pork chops that I grilled on the BGE. Borrowed a trick I use on chicken, and Wednesday seasoned 1/2 the pork chops with a more traditional rub and 1/2 the pork chops with a spicier rub. It makes leftovers less redundant.



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Cheap chicken fajitas tonight.
Crawfish étouffée tomorrow. Making French bread.
I've got a Wagyu beef rib rack inbound tomorrow from Snake River Farms. Hate me all you want, Sunday is gonna be freakin' awesome!



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Hate me all you want, Sunday is gonna be freakin' awesome!


I will be jealous, but I spent $12, you? Wink



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Hate me all you want, Sunday is gonna be freakin' awesome!


I will be jealous, but I spent $12, you? Wink

Yep, same. Plus a zero. My pics will make it worth it. If I can keep others off them long enough.

Heck, we're not going anywhere.

Hey- those living room lights are still whacked out. I've resigned myself to rolling that into a couple of projects for local electrician.
My last consult was hungover and focused on NHL playoffs.
Still, thanks! Wink



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Looks pretty good Jesse.
I have some black beans and some Anasazi beans soaking. I nice steak is thawing, and all that with some tomatoes and spices and we will have beans with chili later this evening. I’ll probably make some focaccia bread to go with it.




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Looks pretty good Jesse.
I have some black beans and some Anasazi beans soaking. I nice steak is thawing, and all that with some tomatoes and spices and we will have beans with chili later this evening. I’ll probably make some focaccia bread to go with it.


Leftovers are getting turned into chilli in a little while. Looking forward to cutting it up, might have to sample some while cutting it up to make sure it hasn't spoiled over night.



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Couple night ago was ribeyes fresh from the meat market,sous vide and then seared on the grill. I did the chuck roast sous vide earlier this year,absolutely amazed at the texture/difference. I referred to it as poor mans prime rib.



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I made BLT'S with Turkey bacon (it was all that was in the store) but still very tasty with two slices of tomato on it!

No pics sorry I was not thinking...


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Bacon knockwurst, side of sauerkraut. Roasted Garlic & Onion mustard. Unfortunately no pictures.
 
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Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for me.

Sigh!

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Glazed ham with potatoes au graten. Oven has 30 seconds left as I type.


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Glazed ham with potatoes au graten. Oven has 30 seconds left as I type.


Pics and mail order leftovers please.



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Leftovers from last night, soon to be chili. Cool

Will be adding some sausage and ground beef too for extra flavor.




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La Choy Chicken Chow Mein. (I'm not a cook.) Ate the leftovers today for lunch and will probably have a couple of hot dogs for supper.

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Rib-eyes with salad, green beans and olives. The steaks were rather tuff as they were cooked on a George Foreman. I ate enough to last until this time tomorrow.



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La Choy Chicken Chow Mein. (I'm not a cook.) Ate the leftovers today for lunch and will probably have a couple of hot dogs for supper.

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Sounds familiar to me. Lean cusine Chicken parmesan with cup of yogurt and rice. Oh and a water.
 
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Chili came out pretty awesome. Quite happy with the results.





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now I see that you're about as bright as a black hole, and twice as dense. Good lord.
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Cooked up some Italian sausage on the Egg, first time this year---delicious!!


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Late dinner in Skins household, chilli still has 10 minutes before the beans (gasp) go in. Then another 30 minutes til done.

Progress:



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