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We made hamburgers with provolone and red onions.
Used a Weston hamburger patty press. Never knew I needed one of these, works great, the flat patties seem to get a crust better than hand forming.
 
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Flat Iron Steak, Med Rare with balsamic Vinegar Sauce. Awesome.

Flat Iron Balsamic


I love flat iron steaks, I always grill them.

Here's my unsolicited recipe:

Flatten flat iron steaks with smooth side of meat tenderizer until all the same thickness, no need to use tenderizer on the thinnest section, the only reason you're pounding the meat is to make it all close to same thickness to cook evenly.

Ingredients - S&P and garlic powder (50% of the time I'll add to that either Adobo or Lawry's Season Salt).

Turn grill to highest heat or pile coals on one side 700° is what I shoot for.

Throw steak on for two minutes or so turn 45° cook for one minute. Repeat on other side. Total cook time 6-7 minutes for med rare, 8-9 for med. Steak is done as soon as it starts shrinking up. Seconds count since you are cooking by time/sight/feel on these.



This one should have rested a minute longer or been cooked 30 seconds longer for the wife's tastes, so I just ate the middle btwo slices.



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We made hamburgers with provolone and red onions.
Used a Weston hamburger patty press. Never knew I needed one of these, works great, the flat patties seem to get a crust better than hand forming.
I just looked at these and see that they are made in China.

Does anybody know of a similar press that is made in the U.S.A.?



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Tonight, wife and I made a favorite, about which BobandMikako-san have previously posted,

Mabo Tofu Big Grin

Ground pork, silky tofu, very spicy tobanjan chili paste, garlic, tenmenjan sauce, a big splash of sake, we also added some chopped, fresh shitake mushrooms, chicken stock, and lastly some finely sliced Japanese negi (leek).





Spicy? Yuppers. Was heavily perspiring throughout the enjoyment. Whew!




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Burnt ribeye steak. Went inside to hit start on the microwave to melt the cheese on my broccoli. Came back out to grab steaks and one was engulfed in flames. Wife got perfectly cooked non burnt one, I ate the medium cooked one that was blackened on one side. Way too much charr but I choked it down.

I paired the burnt steak with broccoli and cheese, rosemary and garlic potatoes, and a bread sticks.

Wife was nice enough to let me have a couple of bites of hers. She suggested we just toss mine and share hers. I wasn't raised that way, I don't throw away food, wife gets the good one I eat the burnt one.



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Burnt ribeye steak. Went inside to hit start on the microwave to melt the cheese on my broccoli. Came back out to grab steaks and one was engulfed in flames. Wife got perfectly cooked non burnt one, I ate the medium cooked one that was blackened on one side. Way too much charr but I choked it down.

I paired the burnt steak with broccoli and cheese, rosemary and garlic potatoes, and a bread sticks.

Wife was nice enough to let me have a couple of bites of hers. She suggested we just toss mine and share hers. I wasn't raised that way, I don't throw away food, wife gets the good one I eat the burnt one.


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Last night's dinner was some elk roast stew (minus potatoes) C/O a bull I shot in NM year before last, with sour-cream and ketechup. Thanks to vacuum packing, it tastes as good as it gets! We also had a "Krab" seafood salad as a starter.



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sour-cream and ketechup



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ARman Hot Chicken Fingers.

Chicken tender loin, marinated in dill pickle juice, a touch of chipotle powder.

Breading 75% all purpose flour, 25% corn meal. With salt, pepper, garlic power, onion power, and other herbs and spices.

That mixed with finely crushed potato chips and crackers.

Beaten eggs with a little bit of dill pickle juice, hot sauce.

Hot sauce with butter, a pinch of chipotle powder, pinch of sugar, a dash of dill pickle juice, Worcestershire sauce, and a good shake of my secret BBQ rub.

Fry said chicken tenderloin after a dunk in the eggs, covered in the breading mix well and fry to golden brown.

Let cool a little and then put in a bowl with hot sauce mixture and coat well.

Enjoy your delicious hot, spicy, tangy and slightly sweet ARman chicken Fingers.

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^^^ hell yeah!



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Can only show the remnants. Made some roasted chicken thighs and veggies/potatoes. Trying to get more vegetables in my diet.

 
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I was lazy tonight as I didn’t feel like cooking on the grill. I made chicken thighs on stoneware in the oven with fresh green beans. Only took a picture of chicken.





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Sausage balls, scrambled eggs, and sliced strawberries......


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Breakfast for dinner. Tried waffle iron for first time.






Super happy with it. This thing is awesome!



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Tonight spicy Indian cabbage and potato curry.




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Tonight spicy Indian cabbage and potato curry.




I have that exact same AllClad pan, if it has the domed lid. Next to 1 of my cast iron skillets, that is the most versatile cooking pan I own. It will do just about anything.
 
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^^ I have a different brand, looks identical, best pan I own, can be used for anything in the world.



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Dine in at BoomBozz'a Pizza. First sit down pizza in a couple months and there is a difference. Cool


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I was lazy tonight as I didn’t feel like cooking on the grill. I made chicken thighs on stoneware in the oven with fresh green beans. Only took a picture of chicken.





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