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The Lounge>What's For Dinner? Here's Mine Vol. 3.
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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cdcox 08:27 PM 07-19-2015
Three great recipes:
These hot and sweet nuggets have become a family favorite:
http://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/sambal-chicken-skewers

This is a delicous and simple recipe with authentic lemon flavor:
http://m.allrecipes.com/recipe/21509...-basmati-rice/

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/r...ng-recipe.html

I added a little sugar to the salad dressing.
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listopencil 11:10 PM 07-19-2015
Crab cakes, fried rice and steamed broccoli.
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listopencil 11:12 PM 07-19-2015
Having s'mores with rum and Coke for dessert.
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Buehler445 11:13 PM 07-19-2015
Wife wanted Crapplebees for supper. I have no idea why. The food was acceptable, but man, I hate that place.
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Buzz 11:24 PM 07-19-2015
Legend of Asia take out.
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DaKCMan AP 05:45 AM 07-20-2015
Originally Posted by listopencil:
Having s'mores with rum and Coke for dessert.
My fiance and I are s'mores connoisseurs. It's part ridiculous and at the same time Awesome, but we make insane s'mores every few weeks using top shelf ingredients.
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BucEyedPea 05:51 AM 07-20-2015
Originally Posted by cdcox:
Three great recipes:
These hot and sweet nuggets have become a family favorite:
http://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/sambal-chicken-skewers

This is a delicous and simple recipe with authentic lemon flavor:
http://m.allrecipes.com/recipe/21509...-basmati-rice/

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/r...ng-recipe.html

I added a little sugar to the salad dressing.

Nice!
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Buehler445 01:48 PM 07-20-2015
Originally Posted by DaKCMan AP:
My fiance and I are s'mores connoisseurs. It's part ridiculous and at the same time Awesome, but we make insane s'mores every few weeks using top shelf ingredients.
Alright, damn it. Now I'm intrigued. What ingredients should I be using to achieve optimum s'more-ness-y-ish-goodness.
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DJ's left nut 02:10 PM 07-20-2015
Originally Posted by Buehler445:
Alright, damn it. Now I'm intrigued. What ingredients should I be using to achieve optimum s'more-ness-y-ish-goodness.
Cinnamon grahams and Reese's peanut butter cups aren't top shelf by any means, but both make solid contributions to basic ol' campfire s'mores.
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DaKCMan AP 02:30 PM 07-20-2015
Originally Posted by Buehler445:
Alright, damn it. Now I'm intrigued. What ingredients should I be using to achieve optimum s'more-ness-y-ish-goodness.
Just like anything else, quality ingredients yield the best taste.

1. Really good chocolate. We've used Trader Joe's dark chocolate, Ghirardelli, etc. Always 70% cacao or higher.




2. Quality marshmallows. Ideally, you would make your own. We have a friend who's a pastry chef who has made us marshmallows before. However, that may be difficult. I've found the below brand, while expense, doesn't have all the additive crap that marshmallows do, they are delicious, and they last a while. We tried a different brand, but the marshmallows became hard and nasty within a week or so after opening.



3. Quality grahams. Again - not using Nabisco here. We use either Trader Joe's graham crackers if we can't make it to the health food store. Otherwise, Annie's organic graham crackers are great.


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KCUnited 02:36 PM 07-20-2015
There's a giant bacon s'more billboard at my train stop that I look at everyday. I don't particularly like marshmellow-y things and I'm beyond over the bacon in everything nonsense, but I'm contemplating making some of them one weekend.
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BucEyedPea 04:00 PM 07-20-2015
Originally Posted by DaKCMan AP:
Just like anything else, quality ingredients yield the best taste.

1. Really good chocolate. We've used Trader Joe's dark chocolate, Ghirardelli, etc. Always 70% cacao or higher.
You mean you don't use Godiva? Or another Belgian kind?



Originally Posted by :

3. Quality grahams. Again - not using Nabisco here. We use either Trader Joe's graham crackers if we can't make it to the health food store. Otherwise, Annie's organic graham crackers are great.

Annie's is good. I use a wheat free one cause I have too.
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Mr. Flopnuts 05:25 PM 07-21-2015
The BBQ threads had me jonesing enough I went and got Branson's best BBQ for dinner for the wife and I. Pit plate for two included ribs, half chicken, sausage, pulled pork, pulled beef, Cole slaw, beans, fries, and rolls. It was enough to fee 3-4 for $30. Sides sucked, but the meat was awesome.
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BucEyedPea 05:50 PM 07-21-2015
I ate at Panera and with my daughter, each of us had the same broth bowl of chicken, quinoa, lentil with kale and carrots. Wonderful!
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Buzz 05:57 PM 07-21-2015
Originally Posted by Mr. Flopnuts:
The BBQ threads had me jonesing enough I went and got Branson's best BBQ for dinner for the wife and I. Pit plate for two included ribs, half chicken, sausage, pulled pork, pulled beef, Cole slaw, beans, fries, and rolls. It was enough to fee 3-4 for $30. Sides sucked, but the meat was awesome.
Not to knock the Q but I don't see a smoke ring on the ribs? I would plow.
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