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Vagabond Dreamer
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London Broil done on the BGE


That looks tasty. Yum.




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Posts: 2971 | Location: Texas | Registered: April 16, 2012Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I would destroy that London Broil.

Oh, and Chicago Sig Man, when can we start PayPal'ing you for chocolate?


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Posts: 2567 | Location: Orange County, CA | Registered: September 18, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
eh-TEE-oh-clez
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om nom for sure.
 
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Originally posted by Aeteocles:
om nom for sure.


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Posts: 502 | Location: Moscow,Russia | Registered: December 21, 2013Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Jeff, that London Broil looks absolutely perfect!

I would sip a Rioja with it and my tongue would throw a party for my mouth (quote from Mel Brooks).



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Posts: 19009 | Location: Central Florida (near Orlando) | Registered: January 03, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
BBQ Sauce for Everyone!
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Made my first risotto tonight. Came out decent and will improve as I do more of them.




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No pics? Big Grin
 
Posts: 12062 | Location: EZ Acres, in the Western NC Mountains. | Registered: June 20, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
BBQ Sauce for Everyone!
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Need to size em. They are huge!

ETA: Lets see how these look...

Various mushrooms and shallots being sauteed in butter with a hint of garlic...


Arborio rice and Brandy added - reduced and the stock being added a half cup at a time...



Final presentation - post fresh grated parmesan and some salt and pepper... Topped by fried pancetta and some fresh chives

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"The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits." Albert Einstein
 
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^^^^ Yum!
 
Posts: 12062 | Location: EZ Acres, in the Western NC Mountains. | Registered: June 20, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Goose Egg Custard.

I'm helping a neighbor kid fix up his beater ATV and he brought me a Christmas present: Two ginormous goose eggs.

Far too rich to eat in the normal manner so I decided to make custard from them. Just out of the oven, now I've got to wait for them to cool.

I prefer my custard chilled, so I'll set them out on the porch for an hour or two. 17° out there, shouldn't take long...




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Bump, because this thread should get more action.
 
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I'll play.

We went to Boston for my birthday last weekend. A big birthday deserves an awesome dinner.

Steamed clams and a 2 pound lobster pan roasted in butter, chives and chervil.


 
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Originally posted by YellowJacket:
good old-fashioned lowcountry boil



Stunning presentation!!
 
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I admire anyone with the time and talent to cook meals like this. I can't even imagine doing this sort of thing at home.
 
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Pie crust.



Basil pesto.



Seared pork tenderloin.



Medallions placed.



Fresh shredded spinach.



Ricotta cheese.



Mozzarella cheese.



Olive oil and Italian seasonings.



Served with scratch made spinach parmesan gnocchi.


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Posts: 4073 | Location: Florida | Registered: March 03, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Although I will happily look at artistic presentations of food in pictures, I'm a meat and potatoes guy who doesn't want his food to look so good he is afraid to eat it and spoil the appearance. And my experience with fancy food arrangements in restaurants is that, although they are attractive, there is not enough there to make a meal.

Just give me a good old country-fried steak (not the same as "chicken-fried"!) with pan-fried potatoes, biscuits, and the gravy made from the leavings in the skillet with milk and flour. Such a meal is not artistic, but it sure tastes good!

("Country-fried" is thin round steak rolled in flour and beaten, then fried in a cast-iron pan until crusty brown all over. Yumm!)

flashguy




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Posts: 20764 | Location: Dallas, TX | Registered: May 08, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Great Thread.
I do not have any photos to post, but this brings to my mind some of my favorite foods.

From Restaurants here in Houston.

China Garden
Lemon Chicken and
Egg Rolls

Houston's Restaurant
French Dip (Shaved Prime Rib) and
French Fries

Captain Benny's Shrimp Boat
Fried Shrimp (count 6, 9, or 12)

Taste of Texas Steak House
Filet Mignon and
Potatoes au Gratin

From my kitchen at home

BLT Sandwich

Crispy Beef Tacos

My mom's Spaghetti Sauce

Cold Boiled Shrimp with my cocktail sauce.


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That looks great Tuckerrnr1.




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