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Old 01-06-2019, 05:35 PM   #1
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Sunday dinner, 1-6-19

Beef back ribs marinated in a red wine based marinade, then cooked low and slow on BGE. Alton Brown's corn pudding and collard greens. Beef back ribs are the bones from prime ribs/rib eyes.

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Old 01-06-2019, 05:51 PM   #2
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On holiday in an unfamiliar house so quick easy dinner, home made burgers with beef bacon cheese and egg. Went down well. The temp here was 36 deg c but must have been 45 in the kitchen. Man it was hot.

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Old 01-06-2019, 06:27 PM   #3
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We're slightly above 36 here. Wait a minute, we're on different scales!

Winds are kicking up here (30 mph), and hard to grill, so it's an indoor meal. Salmon and potato bake, and everyone's favorite veggie, nuked (lightly) brussel sprouts.
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Old 01-06-2019, 06:35 PM   #4
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Occasionally, I'll bring the ends from beef rib eyes and strip loins home. We wrap and freeze them at the deli. Most of the time, I clean and slice them for a lunch special in different types of wraps. Anyhoo, I got the urge to grind some up and make hamburger steaks..had a couple of pounds left so I googled "all beef sausage" and found this Texas Hot Beef Sausage recipe. I didn't follow it to a T, and I only had small collagen casings, so I made 6 inch links. It will be fun trying different ways to use them..
https://www.thespruceeats.com/texas-...usages-2313404
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Old 01-06-2019, 07:00 PM   #5
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We're slightly above 36 here. Wait a minute, we're on different scales!

Winds are kicking up here (30 mph), and hard to grill, so it's an indoor meal. Salmon and potato bake, and everyone's favorite veggie, nuked (lightly) brussel sprouts.

TS, I'm doing one of your favorites and mine..Chef John's "Rusty Chicken Thighs" in a super hot convection oven tonight. I hear you laffin at me when I say it's too dang cold out (57degrees) to grill the lil darlings.
We'll have rice pilaf and loaded green salads.
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Old 01-06-2019, 08:29 PM   #6
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I cooked a couple of pounds of bacon tonight for BLTs. Also made a quick egg and lemon soup and christened the new toaster oven with a couple of orders of Tater Tots. The oven performed well. Toasting bread will take some experimentation.
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Old 01-06-2019, 09:26 PM   #7
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I had great plans of finishing my Sunday gravy started yesterday, all the while utilizing a leftover ham bone to make crock pot split pea soup.

Work ran late (damn closed captioning), then here was traffic on the way home. Finally, my son wanted to show me his new Muay Thai combination: left jab, left jab, right jab, uppercut left, right hook, left hook, left jab, right jab, head kick, front chin kick.

After a few demonstrations, I took an aspirin and laid down, no cooking.
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Old 01-06-2019, 10:02 PM   #8
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TS, I'm doing one of your favorites and mine..Chef John's "Rusty Chicken Thighs" in a super hot convection oven tonight. I hear you laffin at me when I say it's too dang cold out (57degrees) to grill the lil darlings.
We'll have rice pilaf and loaded green salads.

Update: Sorry no pictures, but after I marinated the boneless/skinless thighs in his special sauce, I rolled them up and fastened with a pick. Set the convection roast temp to 425 degrees and roasted them for 20 minutes.

They were spectacular.
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My nephew was in town, and I took him and his GF out for some TexMex at LaHacienda Ranch, inventors of the frozen margarita (sort of -- look it up).

I had my usual Cheese Enchiladas, and he did too -- not planned. I guess I just raised him well.

Not a big fan of his GF, and his parents don't like her at all. She's a nice girl, but not good wife material, at least not yet (very immature).

But, the food was great, and we spent two hours talking over lunch. Funny thing... our waiter heard us talking about Port Arthur, and it turns out he grew up about a half-mile from where I lived down there.

Life really is like a box of chocolates.

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Old 01-06-2019, 10:12 PM   #10
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Some are sweet, some are not? How would you describe your nephew's GF, Case?
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