OT: Food Glorious Food ..aka..The Quarantine Canteen

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    In an effort to find something to bring us together what better than food?

    Favorite dishes?

    Recipes?

    Cooking tips?

    Great places to grab a bite?

    How’s about some dessert?

    Go for it.
     
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    Got a Sous Vide machine two weeks ago. Makes cheap top sirloin eat like a rib eye, and sirloin strip like filet.
     
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    I happened to making turkey tacos!

    We go through about 5lbs of ground turkey a week.
     
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    I had some relatives in last week and did a pot roast in the Instant Pot and it was fantastic. I modified this recipe

    Instant Pot Pot Roast

    Either way it comes out great
     
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    Can you please send a link jgatie? Thanks!
     
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    Just ate some home made flat bread pizza. Came out real good.
     
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    Pot roast in the instant pot/crock pot.
    Ketchup.
    Italian Seasoning.
    Onion Soup Mix.

    On a sandwich roll

    Amazing
     
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    I got the Precision model.

    Products | Anova Culinary

    Takes longer to cook than regular methods, but you just drop it in the water and walk away. Then just sear it in a cast iron pan.

    Strip Steak
     
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    Awesome, thanks man!
     
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    Had this last night. It's a cheesy kielbasa pasta and I can't get enough of it.
     
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    All I could think of Lonnie

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    I got top sirloin for $5 less a pound than strips. Salt and pepper, rosemary and thyme sprigs in the bag, then 2 hours at 131 degrees. Take out of the bag, pat dry, then sear for a minute on each side in peanut oil and butter using a rocket hot cast iron pan. Perfect medium rare, and could be cut with a fork. Stayed tender after being in the fridge when I used it for salad the next day, and cold beef is never tender, especially the cheaper cuts.
     
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    Pun intended, well done man, well done
     
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    This should be a good thread. We can title it the "Quarantine Canteen".

    Will post a daily the meal of the day just to show that us over here in Europe haven't given up on the good things in life and every night will "salut" to those absent and present.
     
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    Making sheppards pie tonight. No peas at the store, so with corn.

    Made a lasagna a few nights ago and fried rice yesterday.

    I recommend chicken marsala.
     
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    What pasta is that? Its fantastic!
     
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    that looks amazing
     
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    Went to a local wing place (DJs) that’s still doing take out

    Hot buffalo garlic wings >>>
     
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    I’ll be making this tomorrow from hello fresh

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    I get it. The title is from Oliver.
     
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    I've been all in on ground turkey for the last year as part of my plan to get healthy. Cook it in a pan with garlic & onion powder, save it off in a tupperware. Throughout the week I mix it with refried beans, salsa, guac, corn & hot sauce, then eat it in tacos/wraps/burrito bowls, whatever I'm feeling. It's healthy, super quick/only need to cook it at the beginning of the week, and it feels different enough each night that I don't get bored since I can change up the final format.
    Also its high in fiber so I can eat it at like 630 for dinner and I make it to bed without wanting to snack.
     
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    I like that idea a lot, may start incorporating it into my rotation
     
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    If you get the higher fat mix (still not bad, I think 93/7), pour out some of the liquid before storing it in the fridge. Cold turkey fat is gross looking. But you might not be as squeemish as I am about that. Was the only step I forgot to mention.
     
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    It looks great
     
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