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BarBee'd Sole Fillets and clams steamed in white wine & garlic.

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Old 05-10-2020, 12:11 PM
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Now that is a true FEAST!!! Looked around for Dungeness Crabs but all the stores had were Lobster. Much prefer Dungeness!!
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Old 05-12-2020, 12:18 PM
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Four Cheese Crab Melt:



Biggest damn Oyster I've ever tried:



Which was surprisingly mild and actually very good!



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Old 05-14-2020, 05:31 PM
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Maple Bacon Wrapped Tenderloin





With Cheddar Chipotle Pasta, Caramelized Brussels with Bacon & Pine Nuts:





AWESOME!!

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Old 05-15-2020, 07:17 PM
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Cabbage and Beef Bolognese Casserole
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My son made his own version of fish tacos tonight and I got to be sous chef. Beer battered walleye on red cabbage, topped with his own garlic aioli, and homemade pico de gallo with basil instead of cilantro. All I can say is IT WAS AWESOME!

Kid started working at Local in Sherwood Park before Covid and just started back there last week. Maybe heís picking up a few things.

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Old 05-18-2020, 06:59 PM
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My son made his own version of fish tacos tonight and I got to be sous chef. Beer battered walleye on red cabbage, topped with his own garlic aioli, and homemade pico de gallo with basil instead of cilantro. All I can say is IT WAS AWESOME!

Kid started working at Local in Sherwood Park before Covid and just started back there last week. Maybe heís picking up a few things.

Thanks for the Post. Made me smile thinking back to when my son's were that age and reached success cooking in restaurants and bars.
I looked up the menu and appreciate the profit potential of their KITS where you assemble at home.
His food looks fun. Congrats to both of you.

Screaming for a dusting of Gremolata next batch-IMO
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Old 05-22-2020, 02:12 PM
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Blacktail Backstraps sat in the marinade around 5 or 6 hours:



Then cut into steaks, and marinaded another hour. 



Meanwhile prep was done to ready for the caramelized Brussels sprouts. First up, bacon - cause everything goes better with BACON!



Remove bacon when crisp for making bacon bits and brown Pine Nuts:



Chop Brussels, add rendered bacon grease, olive oil, salt & pepper and toss well. Set on lined sheet. Can see bacon bits background right, and balsamic / maple syrup mix on the left. Put in preheated 425 oven for ~ 20 minutes (stir reasonably often) until tender & caramelized.



Drop steaks on hot BarBee and grill to medium rare:



Pull Brussels and toss with balsamic / maple mix, then top with bacon bits and Pine Nuts:



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And Have At 'Er!! 



Certainly hit the spot!

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My 17 yr old said he wanted fried chicken. He went to store and bought two birds. I taught him to break it down, and then he was off to the races. He made it spicy as hell. Triple coated. So crispy and absolutely delicious. So good it was all we ate. Honestly on par with Northern Chicken.



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Decisions Decisions Decisions...







Hmmmmm.....

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Bacon Wrapped Whitetail Backstrap. Unfortunately the last piece of backstrap from last fall's buck...

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Old 05-28-2020, 07:18 PM
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Pellet Grill Chicken Souvlaki tucked into Balady Bread with Tzatziki
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Want to thank ironnog and Omega, you dishes make me drool!!!
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Old 05-29-2020, 01:11 PM
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She Who Rules wanted a Fondue to celebrate 37 years together:



Whitetail, Russian Boar, Free Range Lamb and Free Range Chicken.





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Old 05-29-2020, 07:38 PM
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Smoked Lomo, Feta and Mushroom Pizza with Smoked Shallot Caesar Salad
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Smoked Lomo, Feta and Mushroom Pizza with Smoked Shallot Caesar Salad
Canít compete with you rich guys. Lol. Taco bake and salad tonight but it was good. Bought some Paul Newmanís salsa. Garbage. Taking it back tomorrow 😬
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Canít compete with you rich guys. Lol. Taco bake and salad tonight but it was good. Bought some Paul Newmanís salsa. Garbage. Taking it back tomorrow 😬
Grocery/Food Budget has been $100 week for the wife and I since I retired in 2010 including all pet food and cleaning supplies-TP, Dining out etc.
Forced me to get creative
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2 sticks pork
2 beef
4 STICKS YUMMY COW ELK BABy!!!!!!


Oh.... an a beerz........




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2 sticks pork
2 beef
4 sticks yummy cow elk baby!!!!!!


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Smoked Lomo, Feta and Mushroom Pizza with Smoked Shallot Caesar Salad
Thatís looks good guy. Lomo.? Not sure I have even heard of it but will look it up. Big fan of pizza.
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Thatís looks good guy. Lomo.? Not sure I have even heard of it but will look it up. Big fan of pizza.
Lomo Embuchado-Dry cured Spanish Pork Loin

Basically Smoked Paprika, Salt, Cure #2, Pepper, Sugar and Garlic
Dried a month then cold smoked then matured to lose 30% of Green Weight.

You can substitute Cecina if you prefer
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Lomo Embuchado-Dry cured Spanish Pork Loin

Basically Smoked Paprika, Salt, Cure #2, Pepper, Sugar and Garlic
Dried a month then cold smoked then matured to lose 30% of Green Weight
Wow. That would be good. Will look into getting some of that. Thanks
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Barbee'd prawn skewers, Cesar salad, garlic toast and a bucket of clams.

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Chicken Tikka Masala on the Pit Boss with Smoked Cauliflower Rice and Homemade Toum Naan
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Old 06-07-2020, 09:42 AM
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Default 28 Day Dry Aged Beef Ribeye

Finally the 28 days were up and the Umai Bag did it's job. Plate presentation is probably making Iron Noggin and Omega cringe but it tasted fantastic with some fresh morels.

Going to go to 35 days on the next one.

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