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    Default Re: What are you cooking for dinner this weekend?

    I worked from home yesterday and hit the grocery after I dropped my daughter off at school. There I saw bone-in butts BOGO. Forecast said a high of 66F. I had no choice but to smoke some pork.




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    It’s Lent, it’s Friday, it’s Pittsburgh and it’s Fish Fry Friday…such a big deal here that they publish a map every year. Tonight’s Braddock Haddock was sampled at the Community Kitchen Pittsburgh. https://www.ckpgh.org/
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    That looks tasty. I miss the many choices of fish fry at the various parishes in Chicago. Pizza here tonight (store bought) to adhere to the no-meat tenet.
    Crab cakes tomorrow and Bo Ssam pork on Sunday.
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    Took a job one day a week brunch cook panckes french toast waffels ? Huge debate 47F6A4DF-E414-424A-8276-41B16826105E.jpg734A10F8-7B5E-41F5-B20B-90D0EA39931D.jpg58F65416-5600-4D48-BE77-32EB20684A26.jpg

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    my name is Matt

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    can you please go to hmart and buy some real kimchi? k squad is strong in nova

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    Quote Originally Posted by funcrusher View Post
    can you please go to hmart and buy some real kimchi? k squad is strong in nova
    Rest assured we make the occasional trip to H Mart on Gallows but the most recent Bo Ssam decision was reLatively spur of the moment so we do what we do

    I will admit that the salted shrimp is not to our tastes, so we do with the bean paste, kimchi, and lettuce cups.
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    Easter dinner is the traditional pot roast done with sun dried tomatoes, pepperoncini and cabbage. Followed up by a coconut custard tart with roasted pineapple. Very traditional.
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    I was going to do rabbit but Karen wouldn't let me.

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    The Easter cookie making machine that I married is hard at work in the kitchen.
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    Yikes. Those are some serious cookies.

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    Seafood (cod and shrimp) tacos on the barbie with ice cold cerveza in honor of Cinco de Mayo last evening.
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    Well, it's Mother's Day this weekend, so I will be manning the kitchen both days.
    Not sure in which order, but the lady of honor has requested steak au poivre and lobster rolls.

    My only humble request was no smoker or pizza oven since it's meant to rain from early this morning straight through to Sunday night.
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    Some Tomahawk Chops reverse seared on the Weber charcoal grills, accompanied by corn on the cob; Brussel sprouts halved, tossed in olive oil with garlic and pepper in the oven due to lack of Weber room; and mushrooms and onions sautéed in butter finished with some Johnnie Walker.

    As they were carried in from outside...



    The whole family got into it...

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    Tomahawks at home are always a flex. Respect.

    My fam flew to Ireland ahead of me and my wife hates jerk chicken, Brussels sprouts, and reggae music. So tonight was drumsticks prepared said way in the air fryer combo oven, charred shaved sprouts, and the newly released deluxe version of Exodus (loud!) on the hifi.
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    Corn pie. Crust is flour, melted butter, Crisco and a quarter cup water. Prebake it. Put two and a half cups corn kernels, half a cup sugar, a cup of milk, four eggs and some corn starch in a blender and puree it. Shove that through a fine mesh sieve squishing out every last bit of liquid. Add a little vanilla and lemon juice. Cook it in 325 oven until it doesn't jiggle much. You guys that get Milk Street have the details.

    It is quite edible.

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    We had some friends over for a BBQ and we kept it simple with Hoisin marinated chicken, potatoes with pancetta and asparagus. Too dark to photograph the peach cobbler that Mrs. RW put together…with a vanilla ice cream too.
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    Default Re: What are you cooking for dinner this weekend?

    Quote Originally Posted by htwoopup View Post

    The whole family got into it...

    I hope you're being careful giving your dog bones, as they can swallow pieces and that can cause problems.

    Otherwise, that looks good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanicaB View Post
    I hope you're being careful giving your dog bones, as they can swallow pieces and that can cause problems.

    Otherwise, that looks good!
    Yes, as they say in the credits…no animals were harmed in the making of this movie. Oddly, she only chews the meat off and then puts the bone down. Unlike any other dog I have seen, when you take the bone away she is fine with that. She also doesn’t eat her food out of the bowl all at once…just sort of grazes over the day like a cat.

    And yes, it was good. The trick on the “flex” of it is I think to pre-make the sides like mushrooms and onions so that they can just stay warm while you make sure the chops come off the grill when they are done right.
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