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Nzoner's Game Room>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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Baby Lee 01:19 PM 02-13-2016
Originally Posted by Fire Me Boy!:
Tomorrow will actually be jambalaya and lentil with sausage stew. So you can take your pick.
That ought to help with the old fogey CP image. . . :-)


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Fire Me Boy! 01:28 PM 02-13-2016
Originally Posted by Baby Lee:
That ought to help with the old fogey CP image. . . :-)


Lentils rule!
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Baby Lee 01:30 PM 02-13-2016
Originally Posted by Fire Me Boy!:
Lentils rule!
That doesn't rhyme

http://www.yourememberthat.com/media...ts_for_Supper/
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ptlyon 02:01 PM 02-13-2016
Originally Posted by Easy 6:
Making an authentic jambalaya from scratch
Always make that for the Daytona party. (Thanks Shakes!)
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Buehler445 02:39 PM 02-13-2016
Originally Posted by lewdog:
Buehler and I are heading out now.

Any chance you can make this for lunch tomorrow too?
Swing north and pick me up? Kthxbye.
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Buehler445 02-13-2016, 02:47 PM
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Fire Me Boy! 02:49 PM 02-13-2016
Originally Posted by Buehler445:
My god. Ellis skied for that block.

Block of what? I'd ski for a block of real parm.
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Buehler445 02:51 PM 02-13-2016
Originally Posted by Fire Me Boy!:
Block of what? I'd ski for a block of real parm.
I'm dumb. Wrong thread.
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shakesthecat 02:51 PM 02-13-2016
Originally Posted by ptlyon:
Always make that for the Daytona party. (Thanks Shakes!)
You're welcome. I get too much credit amongst friends for it. It's been passed around Iowa like a doobie. I picked it up at Chiefs taillgater years ago. Prolly make a batch Sunday too. Going to try thighs this time. That sounds like a good idea.
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Easy 6 02:54 PM 02-13-2016
Originally Posted by ptlyon:
Always make that for the Daytona party. (Thanks Shakes!)
Man it turned out sooo good, and it was even better for lunch today, so many levels of flavor
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ptlyon 03:26 PM 02-13-2016
Originally Posted by shakesthecat:
You're welcome. I get too much credit amongst friends for it. It's been passed around Iowa like a doobie. I picked it up at Chiefs taillgater years ago. Prolly make a batch Sunday too. Going to try thighs this time. That sounds like a good idea.
I've always used breasticle meat as well. Now that hy vee sells skinless/boneless thigh meat I may try that as well. All I ever grill is dark meat.

It's a winner recipe tho! Handed it out many times! Thanks again!
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ptlyon 03:26 PM 02-13-2016
Originally Posted by Easy 6:
Man it turned out sooo good, and it was even better for lunch today, so many levels of flavor
Love it as well!
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Just Passin' By 04:42 PM 02-13-2016
First time ever spatchcocking a turkey, and I'm feeling a bit out of my comfort zone, since I really enjoy cooking whole turkeys in the traditional way. I'm going with a basic salt&pepper season, along with some garlic. I'll drop some light herbage on it at the end, along with some chili paste, baste it with a butter/oil combo, and give it a whirl.

The good news is that, even if the turkey turns out lousy, company's coming with several bottles of wine, so there's always the liquid dinner to fall back on.


edit: It cooked faster, and the flavor was about what was expected, though not as good as when I go with the full bird. Next time, I'll try it on a bed of carrots and potatoes (ATK style).
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Fire Me Boy! 10:55 AM 02-14-2016

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Fire Me Boy! 11:09 AM 02-14-2016
Shitty picture, but that's the best jambalaya I've ever made. Not spicy since the wife can't handle it, but otherwise don't think I'd change a thing.
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scho63 05:55 PM 02-14-2016
Nathan's hot dogs with dijon mustard and a slice of melted american cheese on toasted Martin's potato rolls, a large handful of Utz potato chips, Progresso Manhattan Clam Chowder soup, Claussen pickle, some kalamata olives, and 1/3 bag of baby lettuce salad with radishes, cucumber and fontina cheese.

Tito's vodka on the rocks with a little Simply Lemonade to drink.

Simple and tasty on a very cold night.
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