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BLT’s with Boar’s Head Swiss cheese in fresh baked rolls. Roma tomatoes, Romaine lettuce, Best Foods Mayo. So good.


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Swordfish steak



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Made a nice big tray of (beef) Shepherds Pie.
The perfect choice for a cool fall evening.




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I ran into Walmart this morning to grab a pound of 93/7 ground beef for tacos. For some reason theirs tastes better to me than the Food Lion stuff. Looking over the meat section I found some cheap beef riblets. I have never cooked any type of beef rib but since it was going to be a nice Saturday I decided to splurge the $8 bucks.

This is my second time using the slow ’n sear and I gotta say I love it. Easy to control the heat and the charcoal lasts a good while. I started out with about 1/2 chimney and some water. I ended up adding fuel around the 3.5-hour mark but I really didn’t need to. The temp dropped a bit because the ash was covering the bottom vent. Should have checked before I added more but oh well.

All total it took 4.5 hours to get to 195 degrees with an average temp of 235-245. After that I pulled and wrapped them and they rested while I did some seasoned fries in the oven (about 25 minutes).

All in all, a good way to spend a lazy Saturday and they tasted pretty good!





3.5 hour mark



4.5 hour mark and 195 degrees





 
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Tonight I am going to do a big mess of highly seasoned chicken gizzards in my Instant Pot, and once they are done, I will add some extra wide egg noodles and let it soak a bit. Add a tossed salad and Pita bread. Works for me, and very inexpensive to purchase.
 
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Looks absolutely delicious, mbinky!!! Big Grin

Tonight was pasta... we received a tin of anchovies from Spain, from dear friends. Those, along with a goodly number of pressed garlic cloves, some sliced Taka no Tsume red chilies, some sliced Japanese cabbage, many grinds of black pepper, good olive oil and a little white wine made the sauce, along with a ladle of the pasta water Smile










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Tonight's going to bring stuffed peppers -- a combination of a recipe found at work and Mom's old-school recipe.

And a couple of glasses of Three Finger Jack cabernet.





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OK, OK....I can't claim to have made them, and I couldn't take credit for the delicious feast, but I was able to score four pork tamales from one of the awesome little Mexican restaurants near me. We have several, but one in particular makes THE best pork tamales, usually they run out. Earlier in the week I stopped by because I was craving them, but no joy.

Tonight, after my all day field trip in the cold and wind, being tired because I had to be up at 4 AM, I didn't feel like cooking. So I stopped by. I was just going to grab a steak burrito, seeing as it's almost guaranteed that late on a Saturday (5:30 PM), That there is no chance of a pork tamales, I wasn't going to even ask, because I didn't want to be let down....but when I walked up to the window, the owner said "I have fresh pork tamales, do you want some?" I was like HELL YEAH! (She knows me all to well).

So I got four, and extra Mexican crema, and like a gluttonous pig, I ate all four of the glorious pork tamales!

A little bit of happiness was served today.

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Aglio e olio.


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a tin of anchovies from Spain
Good stuff! Yummy.

When I was working in Barcelona, there was a little bar just down the hill from our condo. Lazy Saturday morning, wife and I would saunter down there for a late breakfast (early lunch?) treat. Fresh-baked Spanish bread, very similar to French Baguette, sliced lengthwise, rubbed with raw garlic, drizzled with olive oil, then a layer of anchovies. A glass of red Rioja wine from the big cask behind the bar. Sit at a sidewalk table and enjoy. Rinse, repeat.

Some of the best of my 40,000 sandwiches.



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Whoa... Big Grin

You certainly did well with your selection of sammiches!

That sounds like a wonderful way to spend a lazy Saturday morning Smile




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Cashew chicken.




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I was starving and had company so I failed to take a picture. Tonight I made lasagna with garlic bread and it was so damn good!




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Cold snowy rainy late fall day. Perfect for a hot bowl of Mulligatawny.



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Cold snowy rainy late fall day. Perfect for a hot bowl of Mulligatawny.



Thanks for reminding me of this soup! I haven't had it for years, now I have to make some!



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I never heard of this soup before. Had to google it and it sounds marvelous.

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Quickly made, mid afternoon snack...

Leftover smoked salmon from Wisconsin, some Duke's mayo from Meijer, some Kroger cream cheese, a little lemon juice, lots of freshly ground black pepper Smile





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Made some quesadillas Saturday. Half beef/pork, other half plane cheese. So good, so easy, used my leftovers burrito meat to make them.




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Ok lunch, not dinner Smile

A few weeks ago I bought some boneless beef back ribs for like $3.50 (like a pound, about four small ones). And this week is Thanksgiving and I have never cooked mashed potatoes. So today was a practice day.

Did the beef slightly slow, about 240 degrees for two hours. They were at 170 so I wrapped them and started the mashed. Ran the beef another 30 minutes to hit 200. Easy recipe on the potato’s, some red ‘taters, garlic, milk, sour cream and salt. They came out ok. I liked the consistency but they need more salt, a touch more sour cream. and a bit more garlic.

Anyway a good Saturday snack. Beef was juicy and smoky, hit the spot. My taters this Thursday will be better Smile

 
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Looking good,

I made some vegetable soup with beans the other night, turned out to be too much as I'm sick of eating it now!






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