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Old 12-17-2018, 08:33 PM   #11
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Casey, you need to make my Caribbean marinated grilled poke chops. I'd want to hear your critique, er, obviously expected praise.
I have done jerk pork chops, and I've done a more Cuban/Puerto Rican marinaded pork tenderloin -- both grilled. Not sure which one you mean.

The chops I have tonight are thin cut, so a quick fry keeps them moist and tender. Plus, it fried poke chops is a good Southern comfort food. CD

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Old 12-17-2018, 08:51 PM   #12
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It's Northern comfort food, too. I could eat pork chops every week: fried, grilled, Shake-n-bake, bbq'd, as a roast, in a casserole, etc....

I'll send you my brine/marinade. It comes from an old friend/restauranteur who, when he was young, was a cook on merchant vessels that travelled from the mid-Atlantic down to Cape Horn.
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Old 12-17-2018, 09:09 PM   #13
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Wowzers! Nicely done!

I've had a ton of sushi before, but never a Maine lobster roll. Only lobster "salad" rolls, which is prepared lobster salad on top of a California roll.
Thanks! That's exactly what I was going for and it tasted very similar. I made 2 small rolls with 1 small lobster and it was pretty darn close.
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Old 12-17-2018, 09:16 PM   #14
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We ordered pizza.
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Old 12-17-2018, 09:52 PM   #15
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Nice dinners, especially your's medtran! Lots of work there.

Poor Roch, you need your own personal cook. Sounds like pickin's from your cafe.

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Surprised nobody has started a thread yet...
I rarely get here until late at night. However, I'd happily start a thread before I log off for the night - say, 3:00 AM?

We are officially out of food. Well, leftover food. We finished off the smothered chicken, mac-and-cheese, and broccoli. I also fried up a couple of apples. Just enough to fill our tummies.
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Old 12-17-2018, 09:58 PM   #16
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Dinner number one was the last of my red Argentine shrimp, simmered in a bottled al jafreezi sauce, served over short grain (Japanese) rice.

Dinner number two will most likely be some veggie Japanese curry I made a couple of nights ago, served over hard cooked eggs. I know that may sound a bit weird, but it’s actually very good! The curry is so mild, it’s almost not curry.

Why so many dinners? Since I was discharged from the hospital, I have not been able to stop eating! I’m not kidding!
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It's Northern comfort food, too. I could eat pork chops every week: fried, grilled, Shake-n-bake, bbq'd, as a roast, in a casserole, etc....

I'll send you my brine/marinade. It comes from an old friend/restauranteur who, when he was young, was a cook on merchant vessels that travelled from the mid-Atlantic down to Cape Horn.
Fried "pork" chops may be a Northern comfort food, but you only get fried "poke" shops down South -- fried in hot "earl."

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Is that after runnin from a bar before he dun eats you'un?
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Cold roast beef sammich with chow chow. Very yummy.

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Cold roast beef sammich with chow chow. Very yummy.

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