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Thick chicken breast marinaded in teriyaki, pineapple, and lemon. Baked to 162F and served at 165F. Juicy and very tasty. Side of spaghetti marinara.

I'm an old fart living alone, fighting health issues, and endeavoring to enjoy some of life's basic joys. Big Grin




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Hey Bob!

That looks very comforting and tasty.


Good on you!!! Big Grin




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[QUOTE]Originally posted by h2oys:
the only thing I’m good at is the grill. So I present a 1.38lb angus ribeye my wife and I shared tonight. Cooked to 135 degrees.

 
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Cucumber salad from the garden, ribs, and Mac and cheese. (Last night's dinner)




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Home made pizza, half Tennessee Pride Hot sausage and half veggie, black olives, mushrooms and Olivario hot peppers from WVA.

Topped with Mozzarella. Drained the hot sauce from the jar of peppers, mixed in with a little tomato sauce to make a hot pizza sauce, then covered the pie with the peppers...





Mmm good!




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Oh, man!
That looks good!!! Big Grin




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DAMN, HRK. Just.....DAYUM!!! Big Grin



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Wow HRK, that looks awesome. If I made that it would be up to me to eat the whole thing because my wife doesn't do super spicy. Not a down side, for sure. Smile

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Tonight’s selection is hamburgers on the smoker. Mixed 80/20 beef with Tennessee pride hot sausage and blue cheese crumbles. Served with dukes mayo and claussens garlic pickles







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Last night I made Peruvian Chicken with Peruvian Rice. It was really good with a lot of really good spices. This picture is actually the leftovers I had tonight.





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HRK -- You're killing it with your dinners. Everything looks REALLY great!
 
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HRK -- You're killing it with your dinners. Everything looks REALLY great!


Yer just saying that because you like my pickles lol



 
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HRK -- You're killing it with your dinners. Everything looks REALLY great!
Yer just saying that because you like my pickles lol
That's what all the girls tell me. Razz

Burgers on Publix in-store bakery onion rolls? With Dukes?


 
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Beanie Weenies. Homemadeish, two packages of all beef hotdogs, sliced and browned. Onion, celery, and poblanos chilies, sauteed until tender and onions are translucent and slightly browned. One can of Rotel. Two cans of navy beans (white), can of pinto beans both mostly drained. Add BBQ sauce,
Worcestershire sauce and a spoonful of grape jelly and raspberry jam. TBSP of dark brown sugar. Tbsp of BBQ rub.

Makes around 8 servings.


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Chicken Parmasan with Italian protection.



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^^ damn that looks good!



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In today’s episode smoked Boston butt

7 pound butt injected last night with an apple juice, apple cider vinegar, accent and sugar mix made up the night before.




Seasoned with some Good Shit and allowed to rest overnight in the fridge




Placed on traeger at 225 and monitor set for 205 internal temp





Will update tonight with finished cook and pulled pork

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I've not been making much because it's been so dang hot and humid.

I have been buying a tray of Stuffed Bell Peppers from Costco about once every 7-10 days. They are made from scratch at my local Costco. I don't know if this is done nationwide or not.

They are really good and tasty. The instructions are to bake in the oven at 400 degrees for about 40-50 minutes or until the Thermapen says they are done.

If your Costco carries them, try it out.

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Finished and Pulled







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Looking good! I have a rack of ribs that I need to do up!

Tonight I had blackened shrimp, steamed corn on the cob and new potatoes with old bay, and lobster bisk (I didn't make the lobster bisk).

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