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Save the braciole! I like Nick, cooks on PBS.
275F in the oven, a nice rub on both sides. Small amount of water in the pan, then covered in tin foil. Let it go for 2.5 hours, then uncover and slather with BBQ sauce and broil each side.Nice. On the grill? Smoker? Total time barebacked, or part of the time wrapped in foil?
The wife ordered dinner (door dash) from some smokehouse type joint the other night. I often make my own BBQ sauce when i'm cooking, but the sauce that came with that order was pretty damn good. Thick, obviously spiked pretty good with molasses. But the kicker, or at least i'm pretty sure, strong black coffee. I've heard of black coffee spiked BBQ sauce, but not sure until now if i've ever had any, or would even care for it. I'll have to experiment next time I make a sauce.
275F in the oven, a nice rub on both sides. Small amount of water in the pan, then covered in tin foil. Let it go for 2.5 hours, then uncover and slather with BBQ sauce and broil each side.
Mexican scambled eggs (about 3 nice servings). Good for breakfast, lunch or supper. Cut up two or 3 strips of bacon into small pieces. Cut up half a large onion, mixed bell peppers, mushrooms and stir fry / sautee with garlic bits and strips of bacon. Scramble about ten large eggs. Cook them and add all the stir fried veggies along with Salsa. Optional chili powder.I used to love to cook. More and more it just seems to be a chore. Even the thought of eating. I mean, of course we must eat to live. But the seemingly never ending, "what're we going to eat?", "what're you going to eat?".... eat eat eat eat......just shoot me in the dang dangit head and get it over with.
Didn't feel like cooking. It's Sunday and I just didn't feel like doing anything. Besides, I was a little hungover because I got 'bout fucked up as a football bat last night. Easy no fuss no muss.....I had Campbell's Chunky Soup, "Pub Style Chicken Pot Pie". Ate it sttraight out of the pan I used to heat it. Fewer dishes to wash. I'm a thinker! It sucked. Watery. I ate it with Cheez-It crackers, threw some in. Yay, Cheez-It crackers to the rescue. It still sucked.
Let's make this a happy thread with lots of participation, shall we? What'd you eat for dinner. It doesn't necessarily have to be dinner. Or we could stick to dinner, see how this one goes, and if a smashing success I could start a "What did you eat for lunch today?" thread. Awesome, so let's get started.
I dont think I could eat a pickled egg..........yuk!
Fried up a venison tenderloin tonight, with sauteed onions and mushrooms in gravy over white rice. Soooo gooood!
I love grits! To the best of my recollection I had my first taste of grits when I was five years old.I had one cup of grits and one plant-based breakfast sausage patty.
I had to make the switch to a vegetarian diet 16 years ago and that pretty much necessitated preparing my own meals; giving up fast foods and delis.
Jim Dandy.. same as Quaker - bland as hell, so I have to season them up. I've even cooked them with Fritos thrown in.. subs for salt and adds some pseudo corn flavoring. I keep telling myself to buy some real grits, but I don't listen I'll add them to my next shopping list.I love grits! To the best of my recollection I had my first taste of grits when I was five years old.
Sixty Eight years ago.
Other than the grits my grandmother cooked long ago, my best eating was Shrimp and Grits close to Battery Row in Charleston, South Carolina. Amazing texture.
What brand of grits are you cooking?
Quacker Oats grits don't even come close to real southern grits.
For what it's worthJim Dandy.. same as Quaker - bland as hell, so I have to season them up. I've even cooked them with Fritos thrown in.. subs for salt and adds some pseudo corn flavoring. I keep telling myself to buy some real grits, but I don't listen I'll add them to my next shopping list.
My first taste was at a Georgia diner at 3am on my first trip to Florida in 1970. They were just a puddle swimming in melted butter next to my sausage and eggs - all I could taste was the butter.