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Excellent. I'll try to contribute. Low and slow BBQ has been my thing for a while now...and chili con carne. Love making chili.
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Timely thread.

Today I made Pot Roast Beef with a French Onion Gravy and also turkey soup from the Christmas turkey (boil carcass, make stock, add veggies and remaining turkey meat and off you go).
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A friend of mine came over today to learn some BBQing. He works for the biggest beef exporter in Australia, so has access to top quality Wagyu beef.

Decided that pork ribs were an easy starting point so did a couple of racks and he also brought over a 500g piece of Wagyu rib fillet steak.

I made a rub for the ribs from:
  • salt
  • pepper
  • onion powder
  • garlic powder
  • hot paprika
  • cayenne pepper
  • celery salt
Coated them good and cooked them for 2 hours at about 130C (took them off at internal temp of about 74C).

Then I wrapped them in foil with a knob of butter and some Lillie's Eastern North Carolina BBQ sauce (vinegar, brown sugar and mustard based).

Cooked for about an hour more.

Then unwrapped them and basted them in the sauce to get some stickiness going. Cooked for another hour, basting every 15 minutes or so.











With the beef, I made a rub from:
  • salt
  • pepper
  • garlic powder
  • onion powder
We decided to reverse sear it because it was thicc.

Got it to about 50C internal temp indirect cooking and then seared it directly over the coals for a few minutes each side until there was a good crust.






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Will post my own recipe soon but its more or less based on this:


Definitely post recipe. Looks fantastic and I am always looking for new soup recipes for winter months
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Its fitting that people named Potato and Cauliflower of Love are driving this thread :)

I'm no real cook, I just really grill meat and roast vegetables, my fiancee does love to cook when she has the time. Last week she made a delicious beef bourginon but I don't think she took any pics :(
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Its fitting that people named Potato and Cauliflower of Love are driving this thread :)

I'm no real cook, I just really grill meat and roast vegetables, my fiancee does love to cook when she has the time. Last week she made a delicious beef bourginon but I don't think she took any pics :(
Post (grilled) hog!
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Not sure what's worse there...dude who clearly can't cook or the super annoying YouTube fuckhead voiceover
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Not sure what's worse there...dude who clearly can't cook or the super annoying YouTube fuckhead voiceover

you wont believe how onions caramalize!

*pulls out $500 asian chef knife*

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Bump, no idea why this thread was locked
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Been doing a lot of cooking recently.

Made lasagne and chili con carne.



I cheated and used bechamel from a jar. One of these days I'll be bothered to make it from scratch, but until then...

It turned out great and most importantly, no complaints from the kids.

I got back into making chili over the Christmas break and thought I would make a small batch with the leftover mince meat.



I mixed my own chili spices using:
  • Cumin
  • hot paprika
  • smoked paprika
  • garlic powder
  • onion powder
  • oregano
  • ground coriander
  • chilli flakes
  • ground cayenne pepper
  • salt and pepper
Cook some onion off with crushed garlic, add the meat (I usually use a mix of mince and cubed chuck steak), add some red kidney beans and then a can of crushed tomatoes and some beef stock.

I also made some corn bread (savoury not sweet) in my bread maker to go with it. Just followed a recipe from here minus the jalapenos (so the kids would eat it). Turned out great and goes fantastic with the chili.





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I just finished lunch, and I STILL want to bury my face in that. :drool

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I just finished lunch, and I STILL want to bury my face in that. :drool
I'm currently sitting on my couch in a post-lunch food coma (finished the leftovers) watching a cooking show and feeling completely unmotivated to get back to work.
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i mean you know exactly why. I locked it.

but I just made some tortilla soup.

so lets agreee to your facism.


https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/chicken-tortilla-soup-recipe-1939403

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i mean you know exactly why. I locked it.

but I just made some tortilla soup.

so lets agreee to your facism.


https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/chicken-tortilla-soup-recipe-1939403


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Also, pics of the soup please
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how do i make macos not take a 4k screenshot?


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Been doing a lot of cooking recently.

Made lasagne and chili con carne.

(Image removed from quote.)

I cheated and used bechamel from a jar. One of these days I'll be bothered to make it from scratch, but until then...

It turned out great and most importantly, no complaints from the kids.

I got back into making chili over the Christmas break and thought I would make a small batch with the leftover mince meat.

(Image removed from quote.)

I mixed my own chili spices using:
  • Cumin
  • hot paprika
  • smoked paprika
  • garlic powder
  • onion powder
  • oregano
  • ground coriander
  • chilli flakes
  • ground cayenne pepper
  • salt and pepper
Cook some onion off with crushed garlic, add the meat (I usually use a mix of mince and cubed chuck steak), add some red kidney beans and then a can of crushed tomatoes and some beef stock.

I also made some corn bread (savoury not sweet) in my bread maker to go with it. Just followed a recipe from here minus the jalapenos (so the kids would eat it). Turned out great and goes fantastic with the chili.

(Image removed from quote.)

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(Image removed from quote.)

The whole day I was planning the tortilla soup, I was like 'don't forget the oregano"

then when I sat down, I'm like what's missing?

the oregano you dolt!

Also tortilla soup and chili are like the same thing with a few changes.

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I cheated and used bechamel from a jar. One of these days I'll be bothered to make it from scratch, but until then...

Takes 5 mins you lazy git.

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I cheated and used bechamel from a jar. One of these days I'll be bothered to make it from scratch, but until then...

Takes 5 mins you lazy git.
Just seems like a lot of effort and mess for little reward
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Public holiday here today, so I am firing the BBQ up.

Chicken, lamb shoulder and pork ribs.





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I've got a good crop of lemons on my tree at the moment. I'm definitely going to try that once they ripen.
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I've got a good crop of lemons on my tree at the moment. I'm definitely going to try that once they ripen.

arnold palmer some of it.

Brew some fresh tea sweeten it by itself, then 50/50 mix or one way or the other if you swing that way.

Fucking bomb

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I cheated and used bechamel from a jar. One of these days I'll be bothered to make it from scratch, but until then...

Takes 5 mins you lazy git.
Just seems like a lot of effort and mess for little reward

So's masturbation, but look how we spend our time.

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I cheated and used bechamel from a jar. One of these days I'll be bothered to make it from scratch, but until then...

Takes 5 mins you lazy git.
Just seems like a lot of effort and mess for little reward

So's masturbation, but look how we spend our time.
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Fuck. When you put it like that, I have no choice but to make it properly
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Just finished cleaning cooking prepping for everything this week.

Cooking makes me hard.

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It's the eating that gets me going.
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I'll keep it in mind next time I'm cooking. I don't have a spit, but my Weber kettle will do nicely. That marinade sounds
 :lawd :obama :ohhh :preach :delicious :checkit
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I'll keep it in mind next time I'm cooking. I don't have a spit, but my Weber kettle will do nicely. That marinade sounds
 :lawd :obama :ohhh :preach :delicious :checkit


I did a sous vide with that marinade and then tossed it on a skillet.

mmmmmm

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Get a ricer

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I poached some chicken thigh fillets for my meal prep for the week (garlic, onion, thyme, cayenne pepper, pickled chilis and carrot, vinegar, cumin, bay leaves and pretty much anything else I had lying around with some flavour) and the stock turned out spicy and very tasty.

I thought is would be criminal to waste it, so I strained it, added some Japanese noodles, celery, snow peas, pre-cut coleslaw mix I had in the fridge, and some of the chicken pieces and it turned out amazing for a Sunday afternoon lunch.



Family enjoyed the hell out of it, so that's a win!
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Oh yeah, don't waste that chicken water especially with all the stuff you threw in.  JUS it, if you have the time.



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what makes it latin  ??? looks just like chinese fried rice  :thinking
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the love

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Fried rice is good comfort food
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the chopped garlic,onion, oil, rice and soy sauce all fried together is perfection on it's own. then you can add in eggs and meats or seafood  :rejoice
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filler just wikid fried rice

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the chopped garlic,onion, oil, rice and soy sauce all fried together is perfection on it's own. then you can add in eggs and meats or seafood  :rejoice

Fried rice without egg

 :gaben

Fried rice with egg and fish sauce

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Ok to answer filler

it's chaufa.

It has cilantro, and lime juice, and egg and sechuan wine and oyster sauce and just fuck my mouth flavor.

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thanks, bitch  :delicious
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didn't i warn you about coming around here?!

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enjoying your recipe right now, so good  :smug
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you mother....

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 :nope Thick white women


 :ohyeah Thick ethnic women
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thick ethnic women are a dime a cumin seed


Did you see those busted as teeth?  That's i gotta get away teeth





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Happy breakfast