Discussion in 'Wackbag's Mean Cusine' started by ChimneyFish, Apr 29, 2008.
Sounds amazing sans onions.
I made this as a side for Christmas :
It was wonderful. Not a big fan of bread crumbs or onions in my mac and cheese.
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Pulled pork, smoked pork belly, and grilled sausages, along with various sides and drinks for the Clemson game this evening. This pork butt spent 16 1/2 hours in the smoker. It's only half of the original piece. That was the size of a motorcycle seat.
All rubbed up at 1:00 am:
16 1/2 hours later:
After 3 minutes with the bear claws:
Sounds great sans Clemson.
Pork Loin, sauerkraut, buttered egg noodles with croutons and green beans.
Prime Rib, Mushrooms, bacon wrapped Asparagus, and corn bread. Everything cooked in cast iron.
Spicy crunchy tofu with udon noodles.
Looks really good. 9/10. -1 for no lime wedge.
Apple, sage, and prosciutto-stuffed pork loin tonight.
I didn't know you could cook.
This is the 'what are you eating?' thread...
Chica's the cook.
I just eat it.
You could have just lied. I would have been fine with that.
I suppose you didn't cook that soba either.
I've Been Doing This Thread Wrong The Entire Time!!!
I enjoy cooking but Chica is an accomplished culinary artist.
Breweries were closed so I'm not drinking beer tonight on principle.
We came to 'The Place' in Athens and I had the chicken and waffle with tobasco-candied bacon and 3 fingers of Chivas Regal 12- which is empty in this pic (on my second now)...
Ramen noodles from Costco, I got drunk this afternoon and slept through dinner now I'm in the shit house with the old lady
Hey forgot to ask if you have tried Uncle Jacks Meat House in Duluth. Went there for the company Christmas party, headquarters is in Lawrenceville. It was fucking great, best Blodymary I have ever had and the bacon appetizer was unbelievable.
I'll try it this weekend if we go out to eat.
Small place and pricey, but wife and I had a free pass from the man who just bought me this $68 steak at Hall Chophouse in Charleston.
For breakfast today it was fresh guava, mango and oranges.
Finished that off with a frozen key lime pie wedge dipped in chocolate.
That's the beauty of vacation/retirement...no one bats an eye at key lime pie for breakfast
68 bucks for that ?
Fresh, ripe fruit is infinitely better than grocery store fruit. Am jealous.
Grocery store fruit around town can get pretty meh.
I see crates in the store that say some is shipped in
from as far as South America.
This is all grown here in Florida.
Fresh caught fish, crabs and shrimp too.
None of that frozen crap Frank eats and takes pictures off.