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The (Gm's Good Eats) Food Thread !!!

Discussion in 'Safety valve' started by iluvendo, Aug 18, 2008.

  1. iluvendo

    iluvendo Active member

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    Only home made for the Cardinal and his friends !!

    And a little something for the Cardinal and friends to sip after the fine meal of carne asada and home made tortillas

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    For the next day's lunch

    Shrimp tempura

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  2. greensman

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    A place for the people in Cali... if you live nearby that is.. :)

    link to Poway El Ranchito Taco Shop third pic down is one of their creations..... :)

    a little Hardees classic
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    L@@K at that "hot sauce/salsa"!! yep the GREEN stuff!!! :D
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    my favorite... ;)
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    traditional "breakfast" snack!!
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    ...gm
     
  3. LOCOENG

    LOCOENG Moderator Staff Member

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    Pictures of food is great, but how about post some pics of food you actually cooked?

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  4. Evastar

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    Ah, he's really cute Loco :)

    He must take after his mother! ;)
     
  5. LOCOENG

    LOCOENG Moderator Staff Member

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    Yes he does :)
     
  6. greensman

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    Cause it never stays around long enough to take a picture... hehehe. :p

    I'll see what I can do the next time I fire up the grill or smoker!!! Nice pic of the steaks there LOCO... ;)

    Better one of the little guy, teaching him early I see... :D

    ....gm
     
  7. ket0la

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    MMMM, gotta love the baked potatoes with brisket, chives, sour cream, cheese, and LOTS of butter!
     
  8. greensman

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    How bout a picture before it receives any heat?? ;)

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    Ok people give your best "seasoning" ideas for this particular cut of meat. ;)

    Here's mine: Garlic powder, pepper (fresh ground), Sea salt, Soy sauce, and butter!! Sear the meat for about 2 minutes on each side. Add the butter and Soy sauce to surface of meat, then shake dry ingredients on, turn and repeat!! Cook meat about 2-4 minutes longer on each side or until desired "temperature" is met. :) I like mine Medium Rare to Medium... depending on my mood but NOTHING past Medium is acceptable.... hehehe. :p

    ....gm
     
  9. 7thsinger

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    Cannot agree more.

    I prefer mine rare, but i've learned to like medium just as well.
     
  10. rtm27

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    Past few years, I went from well-done to medium-well to my now favorite...medium.
     
  11. Icanbe

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    LOL, That was mean, But have no doubt it's true. (o god no not the banhammer)
     
  12. Icanbe

    Icanbe Guest

    I agree, Don't forget the extras buns for the blood. MMMMMMMMMMMMMM
     
  13. LOCOENG

    LOCOENG Moderator Staff Member

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    Marinate overnight in red wine (shiraz or merlot) and Dale's liquid seasoning or Moores original marinade (less sodium)...

    http://www.dalesseasoning.com/

    Grill...salt and pepper to taste.
     
  14. Deadrum33

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    Allmost have my recipe down to a "T" (T-Bone??? :)
    I use some of this too http://shop.chefpaul.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=65
    ...very good on steaks, extremely good on mushrooms and shrimps if you happen to like to fry some up in butter to load atop your steak.
     
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    Speaking of my favorite food (after chocolate) ribs!!


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    Usually prefer to enjoy the flavor of the meat alone with maybe a little salt or butter, but occasionally I let it marinade overnight in Italian dressing. Cooked to medium rare.
     
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  17. Deadrum33

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    Italian dressing is a great marinade for chicken breasts. Make a sandwich with a few slices of bacon, some lettuce and mayo, maybe tomato if you like, its just the best club sandwich ever.
     
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    Thank god! :D

    Oh man you guys are making me hungry reading this thread!
    I'd love to share a recipe but I don't cook. We'll I've tried but even the dog won't eat it :)
     
  19. iluvendo

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    Glad you like this thread binkie !!!
     
  20. Icanbe

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    Definitely going to have to try that, Sounds really good.
     

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