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My pulled pork turned out awesome. Wasn't ready until 12AM, but we just ate really, really late. Got a bunch in the fridge. Had a idea for omelets this morning. Green onion, pulled pork, and cheddar makes a heck of an omelet. Dinner tonight is leftover homemade chili on some dogs. Best chili cheese dogs use real chili not canned. Looking forward to that. Smile



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Frito Pie.


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Review - Wagyu is awesome and a great steak. On beef ribs, as awesome as these were and as much as we enjoyed the richness of the flavor, too much.

I want beef ribs to be beefy, not super-rich. Getting some solid Prime or decent full-length beef ribs would yield results the same or better.

Good experience, good illustration of more isn't always better.





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Pork Chops and spinach (canned, I like canned spinach, I get the no salt added), and a cup of coffee.
 
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Review - Wagyu is awesome and a great steak. On beef ribs, as awesome as these were and as much as we enjoyed the richness of the flavor, too much.

I want beef ribs to be beefy, not super-rich. Getting some solid Prime or decent full-length beef ribs would yield results the same or better.



Very much agree. Our local H-E-B has been carrying all sorts of Wagyu cuts for a while now. Last Father’s Day I picked up a wagyu ribeye at the meat counter. Talking with the butcher he warned me that as good as it was, I’d likely be back to Prime the next time I was in. He was right, just too rich for that application. Since then I’ve found that the wagyu skirt steaks are great for stir frys. The tenderloins are also nice as it’s just the right amount of fat. The ribeyes and strips, not so much.



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My pulled pork turned out awesome. Wasn't ready until 12AM, but we just ate really, really late. Got a bunch in the fridge. Had a idea for omelets this morning. Green onion, pulled pork, and cheddar makes a heck of an omelet. Dinner tonight is leftover homemade chili on some dogs. Best chili cheese dogs use real chili not canned. Looking forward to that. Smile


Pulled pork freezes and then reheats extremely well also. I freeze it in quart size ziplocs with enough for two people, then thaw and heat it in the oven and it's just as good.
 
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Cheese grits with shrimp and andouille sausage. Really, one of my favorite dishes.


Recipe, please? I may have all the ingredients..


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Cheese grits with shrimp and andouille sausage. Really, one of my favorite dishes.


Recipe, please? I may have all the ingredients..


Yes please.



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Chili cheese dogs. Hommade chili, top split buns, cheddar and white onions on top. Dogs cooked over charcoal and apple.




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Last night I made chicken kabobs. I was going to put them on skewers and grill them but ended up cooking them in cast iron. Turned out great.
Pita bread and my favorite IPA was delicious.


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Stock from water, chicken carcass, peppercorn, thyme leaf, bay leaf. After stock rested 24 hours and fat was skimmed, soup from trinity (carrot celery onion), thyme, bay leaf, chicken stock, rice, chicken, celery leaf, very little salt.

 
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Last night was navy beans with celery, onion, carrots, chicken/garlic sausage in the crock pot.

Tonight will probably be "bork" (ground beef/pork mix) tacos or bork burgers, depending on what kind of mood I'm in around dinnertime.
 
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crock pot BBQ pulled chicken breasts tonite

w/ corn bread muffins

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Chili Verde. Cut a pork roast into chunks, seared in oven at 500, made a double batch of salsa verde, and put it in crockpot overnight.



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Shrimp risotto tonight. Great leftovers.
 
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Shrimp risotto tonight. Great leftovers.


Recipe, please? I’d love to make that. I’m thinking steak and shrimp tonight, but we will see how the day goes.


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Tonight I am doing, for the first time, Instant Pot chicken gizzards with green chilies, purple onion, and med sized baking potatoes. Also adding seasoned carrots with cayenne pepper.

I have no idea how it will turn out, but I am going to give it a try.
 
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Tonight will be more effort to eat leftover pulled pork. Pulled pork topped cheese burgers, should be interesting.

I froze a TON of pulled pork and still have a ton in the fridge, but after five days of eating pulled pork, one can only have so much. I think I am going to throw away whatever is not finished. Would have invited neighbors over, but social distancing.

Pulled pork omelets were awesome, will do that again for sure. Any suggestions on how I could reuse the pulled pork in some other recipe? That pulled pork verde stuff tatortodd looks pretty darn good.



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Elk steak, and a bowl of rice.

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Try this. My wife has several go to risotto recipes.

https://www.thekitchn.com/reci...om-the-kitchn-200084

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Shrimp risotto tonight. Great leftovers.


Recipe, please? I’d love to make that. I’m thinking steak and shrimp tonight, but we will see how the day goes.
 
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