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The Lounge>Fire Me Boy! What's For Dinner? Thread
Buehler445 08:45 AM 07-15-2015
Since the other one got too big, let's keep the food truck rolling. Whacha got?

Vol 2. http://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?t=285408
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GloryDayz 12:44 PM 02-16-2020
Originally Posted by Bearcat:
I don't have the air fryer thing for the Instant Pot, but absolutely love it for the pressure cooking. It's completely replaced the George Foreman grill and crock pot. Instead of already thawed meat taking all day in the crock pot, you can get better results from frozen in a fraction of the time.
This. And I'm thinking, moving forward, I'll only do ribs on the smoker occasionally or when I need to do a lot of them.

The setup we have was worth every penny of the $99 we spent at Xmas, and more...
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Sorce 02:01 PM 02-16-2020
Originally Posted by Bearcat:
I don't have the air fryer thing for the Instant Pot, but absolutely love it for the pressure cooking. It's completely replaced the George Foreman grill and crock pot. Instead of already thawed meat taking all day in the crock pot, you can get better results from frozen in a fraction of the time.
I got this for the instant pot. Didn't want to take up more space getting a dedicated device.

https://mealthy.com/products/mealthy-crisplid

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Sorce 07:39 PM 02-20-2020
Crab Mac and cheese. Brussel sprouts aren't exciting so no picture of those.

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scho63 10:57 PM 02-20-2020
I ate a few Burger King cheeseburgers at Walmart after picking up a few toiletry items.

It had been at least 5-6 years but damn they tasted good. Much, much better than McDonalds.
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patteeu 12:56 PM 02-21-2020
Originally Posted by scho63:
I ate a few Burger King cheeseburgers at Walmart after picking up a few toiletry items.

It had been at least 5-6 years but damn they tasted good. Much, much better than McDonalds.
A few? :-)
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scho63 12:56 PM 02-21-2020
Originally Posted by patteeu:
A few? :-)
3 basic cheeseburgers, nothing else. Just some lemonade.
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Pablo 07:31 PM 02-21-2020



Chops and skillet potatoes on the grill.


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Sorry 07:34 PM 02-21-2020
Wife and I made some home made chicken pasole. If I knew how to remake it exactly the same I would start selling it.. was shockingly good for my first time
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scho63 10:02 AM 02-22-2020
Originally Posted by Pablo:



Chops and skillet potatoes on the grill.


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Those chops are looking might righteous!
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Pablo 11:21 AM 02-22-2020
Originally Posted by scho63:
Those chops are looking might righteous!
Thanks, they were great. Brined them and then cooked them over charcoal with a chunk of pecan. Costco ran a sale here like a month ago. These suckers were about 2.5" thick and ended up costing me like $1.20/lb. Think I bought 10 lbs worth and stocked the freezer.
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Megatron96 12:19 PM 02-22-2020
Originally Posted by Pablo:
Thanks, they were great. Brined them and then cooked them over charcoal with a chunk of pecan. Costco ran a sale here like a month ago. These suckers were about 2.5" thick and ended up costing me like $1.20/lb. Think I bought 10 lbs worth and stocked the freezer.
Chops look good.

I did something similar. They had pork loins on sale at the store, so I bought a couple, cut one into 2-inch chops, seasoned three different ways, vacuum packed and frozen. Going to sous vide and grill some of those next week.
The other loin is just vac-packed frozen. Chops and possibly a half loin roast ready-to-go for the next 6-9 months.

Also bought 6 racks of ribs, did the sous vide thing; froze and now how ribs for a year. unless I eat them all in the next few months.
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KCUnited 12:38 PM 02-23-2020
No pics because it was too dark, but celebrated the sale of our condo with a baked rigatoni w/ veal meatballs and too many martinis from a neighborhood joint we like.

Doing burgers on the grill later today and stress eating about finding a new place to live.
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Baby Lee 12:45 PM 02-23-2020
Got a jump start on Irish Dinner, since I already found the stuff at seasonal prices.
First time in an instant pot. Almost too easy.

You mean, just dump the stuff in and push a button? . . . . . AND?!?!?!

Aside from the pause to depressurize after the meat was cooked, to put in the veggies for the last bit, almost no work at all. And the instant pot had more capacity than my pressure cooker, so wasn't even a chore to pack all the veg in.

4# corned beef
6 medium red potato [about 1-1/4#]
1 medium yellow onion
1# baby carrot
1 head cabbage
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ptlyon 12:46 PM 02-23-2020
Originally Posted by KCUnited:
No pics because it was too dark, but celebrated the sale of our condo with a baked rigatoni w/ veal meatballs and too many martinis from a neighborhood joint we like.

Doing burgers on the grill later today and stress eating about finding a new place to live.
I got a van if you have a river. Congrats!
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KCUnited 12:52 PM 02-23-2020
Originally Posted by ptlyon:
I got a van if you have a river. Congrats!
Very sweet and generous offer, thx!
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