Quarantine Canteen

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  1. tardigrade81 Registered User

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    This looks fantastic.

    I love fruit trays. Mix in some cold cuts and crackers. Mmmmm.

    I had white cheddar KD tonight lmao.
     
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    Yeah, nothing like having a meal and then making a sandwich right after lol
     
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    My fave pasta & quick n easy recipe.
     
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    I’m out of whisky.....

    This isn’t good....
     
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    Do you split the cooking duties? That looks like a yummy snack tray.
     
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    Pretty split, she was raised on a farm and was already a great cook, I only got into food around 15 years ago, we each know the others strengths.

    Last night, pork chops 2 ways, one with a mustard sauce and one with a Korean sauce

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    Nice sear on the chops!
     
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    So, as you might have gathered, I do quite a bit of BBQ. About 12 years ago I got one of the first sets of “Grill Grates” www.grillgrate.com These single handedly are the best investment anyone who has a grill can make. I can not recommend them enough. Everything cooked on them remains juicy. Everything. Chicken, Burgers, Pork...items that can dry out easily, don’t.
    No financial gain for me recommending them, but will seriously make all your grilling a step up. I’m still surprised how awesome they are.
    It’s an investment, but well worth it.
    Sorry, not to be pushy, but I tell a lot of people about them. As a side note, you can’t get better sear marks, although it’s just a bonus.
     
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    Not pushy at all. I had no idea that they even existyed to be honest. Had a quick look on the site but didn't see my model of BBQ. I'll have to measure and check into some pricing. Thanks for the tip.
     
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    Hickory smoked BBQ back ribs w/ garlic smashed potatoes, sautéed button mushrooms & BBQ baked beans...
    Accompanied by a chilled Moosehead lager and my favourite beer glass:
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    Thanks @Bobieque approved!!

    I can assure you the ribs are not burnt...it’s caramelized Demerara brown sugar from my home made dry rub mixture.

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    Haha! Those look great, you don’t need my like! I was thinking it looked like they had a nice bit of crust. There’s nothing better than a juicy, “shreddy” rib with a bit of crust for texture. Nice!
     
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    Tonight's supper...

    Barbecued Thai chicken curry thighs and a homemade satay peanut sauce, with sides of pan fried yellow zuchini and rice.
     

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    Looks amazing. I've visited Malaysia before and the satay with peanut sauce from street vendors are to die for.

    Found tenderloin on an incredible deal today, so I grilled that up with some caprese salad.
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    Thanks! It turned out pretty good. I didn't post a pic of the peanut sauce I made because it didn't look the most appetizing but damn was it tasty.
     
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    wrong thread

    But can still say, this thread makes me bummed that my deck and built in BBQ setup probably won't be done until mid/late July :)
     
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    Homemade wings + caeser salad tonight.

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    Has anyone had any luck with a cheaper air fryer? Using ours ($75 worth) for the 2nd time tonight and it takes for damn ever.
     
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    Made dessert tonight.

    Homemade Skor ice cream. I'm not a fan of Skor bars on their own but put it in gaw damn ice cream, and I'm air humping.
     

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    Instead of paying a small ransom to rescue a Smarties blizzard from the Dairy Queen...I came up with an *almost* perfect at home creation.

    Everybody probably knows how to make them at home but I'll share anyways.

    Vanilla ice cream
    Small amount of milk
    Smarties
    Two or three tablespoons of "Smuckers Sundae Syrup" (chocolate). Don't get the "topping" or shit that hardens like a dip cone...gotta be the sundae syrup.

    Add it all in a blender. Wear ear plugs as the Smarties make all kinds of horrendous noises, or pre smash them with a meat tenderizer hammer (or chew them up and add them :sarcasm:).

    Anyways, tastes pretty damn close to the real thing for way cheaper.

    *:cry: when I step on the weigh scale
     
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    Quick Ribeye from a local butcher from his own stock. Their stuff is awesome.
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    I really have to learn to cut my steak before a photo. Had a couple tenderloin left from the weekend but couldn't BBQ today. Pan fried in oil, butter, garlic, pepper flakes, onions and jalapenos. All put on after the 5 minutes for the blood gravy to rise to the top. :)

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    I had subway assorted sub last night. Doubled the meat

    wow! I was feeling it right in my guts last night.
     

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