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

    I also prepared a chicken tonight (but didn't get a photo). Spiced with paprika, cumin, coriander, garlic, oregano, parsley, turmeric; roasted over a bed of onions and lemon slices. Came out deeeeelish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UnfilteredDregs View Post
    ...and, I don't know if I popped one of these in here already...Like Jacques Pepin says, "Make a roasted chicken once a week..."

    Tonight's Yardbird:
    That bird looks great. My wife makes the most amazing roast chicken in our enameled dutch oven. I'll take pictures next time. How did you do yours?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by winmonster View Post
    That bird looks great. My wife makes the most amazing roast chicken in our enameled dutch oven. I'll take pictures next time. How did you do yours?
    4.2 pound bird...Bell & Evans. S&P inside & out. I rip the little fat pads off and toss them in a cast iron pan. Truss the bird, lay it in the pan, and place a nice dollop of ghee on top.

    Convection oven set to bake at 455 degrees, lower third...Pop it in for 30 minutes, baste it generously, lower temp to 375, let it go another 20 minutes, repeat the basting, let it go another 20 and pull it. As it rests I fry up some thyme in the pan to dress it.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by UnfilteredDregs View Post
    ...and, I don't know if I popped one of these in here already...Like Jacques Pepin says, "Make a roasted chicken once a week..."

    Tonight's Yardbird:

    Is that an Itou knife? I'd be proud to nick my fingers on that.
     

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    Last night: Meatballs stuffed with goat cheese in a jalapeno cream sauce with some fresh linguini.

    IMG_4681 by Chris Chesebro, on Flickr
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by UnfilteredDregs View Post
    Anyhow...Starving problem solved.

    No photo, nevertheless I keep a lot of canned organic beans in the house...so:

    1 can of Fava beans, rinsed.
    1 can of cherry tomatoes, rinsed.
    1 Tbsp minced shallot
    1 Tsp minced garlic
    1 minced Serrano pepper
    Juice from half a lime
    1 Tbsp minced scallion greens
    1 Tbsp fresh cilantro
    1 Tbsp coconut cream
    Sea salt
    10'ish White peppercorns and an equal amount of Cumin seeds, ground up in the mortar.


    ^^^^^Toss it all together and chill for about 12 minutes in the freezer.

    Eat.
    I tried this one yesterday as a side to charcoal grilled skirt steak. Really good. I substituted lima beans & fresh tomatoes; and for the coconut cream I used a drizzle of California olive oil.

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    No pics but doing a little breakfast for dinner. Slow cooked and then refried some beans. Some eggs over easy on the cast iron. And took some pork belly that I have been curing and put it in the smoker to get some bacon.
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    Mrs. RW had an Eva Gabor moment and surprised the house tonight with some Goulash...awesome, especially after a long ride today. She keeps calling me Oliver...puzzling.
     

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    Finally have my smoker back, so today I cooked baby back ribs, a chicken, and a bunch of sausages.
    And, since we carved a punkin at lunchtime, I decided to smoke some pumpkin seeds with a little salt and pepper. Definitely worth it.
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    Cool. Huge fan of pumpkin seeds. Nice work.

    Freaking out over the responsibility to not eff' up a 70 lbs Berkshire Hog this coming Saturday.

    Quote Originally Posted by robin3mj View Post
    Finally have my smoker back, so today I cooked baby back ribs, a chicken, and a bunch of sausages.
    And, since we carved a punkin at lunchtime, I decided to smoke some pumpkin seeds with a little salt and pepper. Definitely worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Too Tall View Post
    Cool. Huge fan of pumpkin seeds. Nice work.

    Freaking out over the responsibility to not eff' up a 70 lbs Berkshire Hog this coming Saturday.
    Yo Brother, make sure the internal is at least 160* have a few adult beverages while it rest's (a few before hand never hurt) and have a good time. Wish I could be there with you. I picked up a new local Bourbon aged in Madera barrels, I'll tip a glass to the east next weekend.
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    I am listening. Using a remote thermometer should help. It is that time of year for great Vourbon. I'll dig up an old thread.


    Quote Originally Posted by rydesteel View Post
    Yo Brother, make sure the internal is at least 160* have a few adult beverages while it rest's (a few before hand never hurt) and have a good time. Wish I could be there with you. I picked up a new local Bourbon aged in Madera barrels, I'll tip a glass to the east next weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Too Tall View Post
    Cool. Huge fan of pumpkin seeds. Nice work.

    Freaking out over the responsibility to not eff' up a 70 lbs Berkshire Hog this coming Saturday.
    Oh man, good luck with that one. Looking forward to hearing about it.
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    ...and a quick dinner of Veal Chops Valdostano with Broccoli Rabe & Potatoes, for my honey...



     

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    Just put together a quick marinade on a couple of nice pieces of meat for later. Garlic, onion, molasses, mustard seed, chili powder, a pinch of cayenne, a dash of red wine vinegar, some canola oil (and of course S&P). The top round is going to get reverse seared and the two rib steaks are thin enough that they'll just need a quick sear each.

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    Im jealous of all of you making these well prepared meals. I used to do a lot more of this when living in an apartment than now with our home.

    Maybe this weekend I will come up with something nice to make, but im getting more and more limited with my wife being 7months pregnant and spices/ more radical flavors bothering her now.
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    So pleased with how this came out. Spent an hour and change in a 225* oven and then ~5 minutes on a blazing hot grill. Sliced super thin and served with sautéd broccoli and a salad.
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    Fear not. She'll need you to step it up once the baby arrives so any meal that you can make at that point is a welcomed event.
    Quote Originally Posted by Hellafab View Post
    Im jealous of all of you making these well prepared meals. I used to do a lot more of this when living in an apartment than now with our home.

    Maybe this weekend I will come up with something nice to make, but im getting more and more limited with my wife being 7months pregnant and spices/ more radical flavors bothering her now.
     

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

    Not dinner, but baked some brown-butter-chocolate-chip-M&M cookies. Kilgore wanted to help.
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    Wow, gorgeous cookies! Great form. Recipe?
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