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Old 12-02-2017, 04:05 PM
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Tell us what you are cooking today!!

This is a great meal to go with a football game,,
just a little slicing for prep,, then, let the grill do the cooking,,
all the spice smell stays outside!! especially the garlic!!

Any guesses what is under the foil!!?



This just came off the grill,, it took 60 minutes on charcoal.

If the tray is full,, it takes 75 minutes to cook.

Still steaming,, here it is!!




4 medium potatoes,
1/2 lb baby carrots
some celery,
1/3 pound of kielbasa
1/3 pound cocktail weenies
mushrooms
3 baby onions, peeled, whole,
2 tablespoons veg. oil
1/3 cup water,,,
AND,,,
whatever else is leftover in the refridge that needs cooked!!

use the oil to coat EVERYTHING!!
Sprinkle a little Tony Chachere Creole



Resist the temptation to add more garlic,, the kielbasa will garlic EVERYTHING just right.

2-4 servings,, depending on how hungry you are,,
and how long it has been since you last had it!!

During garden season, it gets squash, zucchini, snow peas,,,
we have never added tomatoes,, I think they would get too soggy.
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Old 12-02-2017, 04:35 PM
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That looks good. Haven't made kielbasa in awhile. We usually have it with cut up potatoes and sauerkraut. I think the wife is making a garlic pizza tonight. For Sunday I'll make a pork roast w/gravy, home made mash potatoes, salad and green beans or asparagus . Enjoy
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Old 12-05-2017, 05:03 AM
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Bride has some split pea soup going on the stove top, has a ham hock init and some ham from a butt that we'd baked mostly so I'd have a supply for ham sammiches or some ham & eggs more than anything else. Should be ready this evening. I've a skint & whacked yard bird marinating in the fridge w/bitter orange mojo, black vinegar & old vino tinto remnants & dregs. Will grill that to a nice burnish and until it no longer bleeds and the juice runs clear. Bone in takes a while longer, but I think it produces a better end product for gnawing.

BTW, your dish looks delish.

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Old 02-16-2021, 01:55 PM
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It's Fat Tuesday, so Etouffee.
I'm changing it up from our usual Fat Tuesday fare, Jambalaya
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Old 02-16-2021, 04:00 PM
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Iím thinking of making a batch of taco meat to eat throughout the week.

Fat Tuesday? Iím fat 7 days a week!
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Old 02-22-2021, 06:51 AM
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Nothing!

I do not have to cook anything today because yesterday I made what I call a traditional pork roast. You know with the red taters, onions, carrots, celery, garlic and spices. All dumped in the slow cooker on high for 5 hours.

A young lady friend came over late yesterday afternoon to pick up a couple kitchen knives I had for her. As she came through my front gate she said "I can smell the cooking out here! Smells so good!"

It was.
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Nothing! I grilled yesterday @ 35˚ and today is the wife's turn. I don't mind grilling or frying but do NOT like cooking in general.

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Old 02-22-2021, 09:07 AM
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Al, fyi, 95% of wive who kill murder their husbands do it by poison. I learned to cook as a child and have always made sure that I was the cook or that the person who was cooking for me did not bear me any ill will. But if i didnt cook it , i always wait till someone else eats first. Its just polite

Yesterday, beef stew with Shiitake mushrooms,

Today, pulled deer, like pulled pulled pork, cooked in a crock pot, with a chili sauce and garlic.

No grilling in the winter, too cold for me to stand outside to watch the meat

Besides since I am the cook, and Kp General, I escape from more menial chores like the garbage and snow shoveling. Like in the military, the Cook is untouchable
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Old 02-22-2021, 01:57 PM
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Al, fyi, 95% of wive who kill murder their husbands do it by poison. I learned to cook as a child and have always made sure that I was the cook or that the person who was cooking for me did not bear me any ill will. But if i didnt cook it , i always wait till someone else eats first. Its just polite
Similar to Quigley Down Under, I never said I don't know how, I just don't like to.
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Old 02-22-2021, 01:58 PM
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Jello. Someone showed me how to mix hot water and cold water to make jello and I have it everyday now. Use Walmart's or Aldi's store brand.

Getting a little crazy by adding fruit or a salad mix to it.
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Old 02-22-2021, 04:48 PM
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During the cold snap last week - homemade chicken and dumplings, then homemade green chile stew. Switching from one to the other was very satisfying during the cold weather.
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Pepper steak over rice. 1 thin cut steak. two green peppers. Rice. Soy sauce.

Cut steak into strips , cover in soy sauce , let it soak for 20 minutes.

Stir fry in hot olive oil. Remove from pan. Add peppers and stir fry until tender. Put meat back in pan and stir together. You can add some corn starch & water to make a sauce with the soy sauce.

Serve over rice.
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Old 02-25-2021, 09:26 PM
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Feb 2 at the end of our safety meeting they had a drawing and gave away five prizes, I ended up winning a Green Mountain Pellet Grill! Been to cold here In WI to fire it up, last week it made it up to 16 degrees so I put a couple pork tenderloins on, may have cooked them a little to long got a little dry but they sure tasted good! Gets a little warmer out wife said we will have to cook a prime rib on it.
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Old 02-25-2021, 09:42 PM
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Butterflied venison backstrap stuffed with cream cheese, minced shallots, minced garlic, and bacon bits. Cooked on my Traeger pellet grill.




And a crock pot of venison chili.

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Pheasant pot pie.

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