ChiefsPlanet Mobile
Page 1011 of 1011
« First < 11511911961100110071008100910101011
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
[Reply]
RubberSponge 07:44 PM 05-25-2020
Originally Posted by Easy 6:
Without the snappy bite of fresh curtido you’re just spinning your wheels, man
Awesome as well.

So many ways you can go with the slaw.
[Reply]
Megatron96 10:38 PM 05-25-2020
Sous vide then charcoal-grilled steaks, grilled asparagus, grilled corn-on-the-cob, and Potatoes au gratin.





[Reply]
cooper barrett 11:43 PM 05-25-2020
Turkey and cranberry sauce with t-day leftovers

Originally Posted by DJ's left nut:
Never thought about putting shredded/pulled meat in a popper. Good idea.

May steal it for a stuffed green/red pepper so I can feed it to the kids

[Reply]
cooper barrett 05-26-2020, 12:31 AM
This message has been deleted by cooper barrett.
cooper barrett 05-26-2020, 12:37 AM
This message has been deleted by cooper barrett.
cooper barrett 12:49 AM 05-26-2020
Originally Posted by Easy 6:
Lena’s St Louis style deluxe thin crust with provel cheese

They really make a beautiful, hand topped pie
My god man, That's frozen Imo's....

If we are going with great things to eat when in St Louis, I'll go with Memphis BBQ.





Where am I?

s'yppap
[Reply]
cooper barrett 12:55 AM 05-26-2020
The Lab and I are having a drooling contest, I'm winning.

That looks great.



Originally Posted by Megatron96:
Sous vide then charcoal-grilled steaks, grilled asparagus, grilled corn-on-the-cob, and Potatoes au gratin.





[Reply]
KCUnited 05:34 AM 05-26-2020
Originally Posted by DJ's left nut:
Never thought about putting shredded/pulled meat in a popper. Good idea.

May steal it for a stuffed green/red pepper so I can feed it to the kids
Pulled chicken with hot sauce is a solid choice as it gives the popper a buffalo chicken dip vibe.

My favorite iteration is chorizo though. Sure its a bit pork gluttonous if wrapping in bacon, but man, it just packs the flavor. I can add all the rub and seasoning in the world to the cream cheese yet still always find a plain popper a bit bland.
[Reply]
cooper barrett 06:51 AM 05-26-2020
I have a ghost pepper based powder that would contradict that bland remark:-):-):-)


Originally Posted by KCUnited:
Pulled chicken with hot sauce is a solid choice as it gives the popper a buffalo chicken dip vibe.

My favorite iteration is chorizo though. Sure its a bit pork gluttonous if wrapping in bacon, but man, it just packs the flavor. I can add all the rub and seasoning in the world to the cream cheese yet still always find a plain popper a bit bland.

[Reply]
Pablo 08:48 AM 05-26-2020
Originally Posted by KCUnited:
Pulled chicken with hot sauce is a solid choice as it gives the popper a buffalo chicken dip vibe.

My favorite iteration is chorizo though. Sure its a bit pork gluttonous if wrapping in bacon, but man, it just packs the flavor. I can add all the rub and seasoning in the world to the cream cheese yet still always find a plain popper a bit bland.
My wife doesn't really like ribs very much, so when I make a rack or two I'm stuck eating them until I don't want anymore. I'll pull and chop whatever I've got for leftovers into small dice and use it for poppers. That's a winner as well.

I don't mind pork on pork action, it all works for me.
[Reply]
KCUnited 09:00 AM 05-26-2020
Originally Posted by Pablo:
My wife doesn't really like ribs very much, so when I make a rack or two I'm stuck eating them until I don't want anymore. I'll pull and chop whatever I've got for leftovers into small dice and use it for poppers. That's a winner as well.

I don't mind pork on pork action, it all works for me.
Good call on the rib meat. I've had some really good crab poppers as well. Gives them a crab rangoon thing going on.

I'd planned to try some cut up pineapple in them for that sweet/heat combo but ultimately said fuck it. Between prepping the jalapenos, mixing anything with a cream cheese base, filling, and wrapping with bacon, poppers are a labor of love. They're really the only thing I get annoyed by if people skip over or don't rave about at gatherings.
[Reply]
Pablo 09:11 AM 05-26-2020
Originally Posted by KCUnited:
Good call on the rib meat. I've had some really good crab poppers as well. Gives them a crab rangoon thing going on.

I'd planned to try some cut up pineapple in them for that sweet/heat combo but ultimately said fuck it. Between prepping the jalapenos, mixing anything with a cream cheese base, filling, and wrapping with bacon, poppers are a labor of love. They're really the only thing I get annoyed by if people skip over or don't rave about at gatherings.
Yeah I made a batch to take over to my buddy's last year with the rib meat. Laborious shit. He's only got a gas grill and I apparently have completely forgotten how to cook on gas now that I'm team charcoal.

I was fairly drunk already but I cranked the heat up on one side and thought I'd give them a couple minutes then move them over for indirect cooking. Wrong. Must have had a flare up from the bacon and by the time I wandered back over to check them out I'd completely scorched every pepper except maybe two. Like incinerated them. I had a tray of 20 of those fuckers and they were all trash.

I was heartbroken. And angry at the propane gods for doing me like that. Next time I'll just cook them at home and warm them up when I get there.
[Reply]
Pablo 09:13 AM 05-26-2020
Another really laborious one I'll make is cheese stuffed, bacon wrapped chicken breast. My wife likes the chicken grillers from Hyvee and they're basically pulverized chicken with cheese and stuff crammed in the middle then wrapped in bacon. They're good, but they're $4/each and the chicken isn't good. I'll commit to making them for her and halfway through hate my life.
[Reply]
tooge 02:03 PM 05-26-2020
So I've been doing alot of cooking over the last several weeks like all of us probably have. Here's a mishmash of some of the good stuff I remembered to take pics of. Not in any order, there are ribs, chicken, Char siu pork, bracciola. Put the Grilla smoker to work.
Attached: IMG_4493.jpg (132.5 KB) IMG_4478.jpg (153.4 KB) IMG_4459.jpg (110.8 KB) IMG_4458.jpg (150.1 KB) IMG_4431.jpg (124.5 KB) 
[Reply]
philfree 06:33 PM 05-26-2020
Todays offering. Steak, Crab Legs, Corn, left over Lobster Mac & Cheese, a Salad and a beer.


[IMG][/IMG]
[Reply]
Page 1011 of 1011
« First < 11511911961100110071008100910101011
Up