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Old 08-15-2022, 10:38 AM   #376
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Anyone do anything for the game?

Did waygu burgers on grill, good real juicy. At $7.99/lb it was a good deal. Doing alot of zucchini or squash on grill. Always corn.
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Old 08-15-2022, 11:39 AM   #377
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Didn't do anything for the game, but had t-bone steak, baby potatoes, and green beans last night. That was damn good. Green beans are my new favorite vegetable.
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Old 08-17-2022, 10:13 AM   #378
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Didn't do anything for the game, but had t-bone steak, baby potatoes, and green beans last night. That was damn good. Green beans are my new favorite vegetable.
I used to love a t bone or a NY but now .. its all either rib eye or waygu sirloin.

Bought some portabella mushroom from farmers market this weekend and didnt know how to store them so i kept them in a closed brown paper bag .. opened it this morning and theres a huge thick white blanket of mold

life tip - wash and store mushrooms properly after buying from farmers market? .. $8 in the trash can
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Old 08-18-2022, 06:17 PM   #379
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I used to love a t bone or a NY but now .. its all either rib eye or waygu sirloin.

Bought some portabella mushroom from farmers market this weekend and didnt know how to store them so i kept them in a closed brown paper bag .. opened it this morning and theres a huge thick white blanket of mold

life tip - wash and store mushrooms properly after buying from farmers market? .. $8 in the trash can
I'm normally a rib-eye guy too. But the price was too good to pass up on the t-bones this time around.

It's the worst when food gets wasted. I feel your frustration.
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This sauce is amazing:



I use it like a normal hot sauce.
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Old 09-06-2022, 11:19 AM   #381
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Changing up the way I do fried chicken/cutlets.

wet dredge of heavy cream and eggs then
almond flour w crushed up pork rinds and seasonings

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Old 09-08-2022, 11:49 AM   #382
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Just now seeing this thread, LOVE IT! After marrying right the 2nd time around, I dove into cooking for the family about 8 years ago. Always on the lookout for new ways to try different foods. Currently building an outdoor kitchen and have all kinds of grills.

With the start of football season upon us, can't go wrong with wings. What is everyone's favorite way to fix their own wings?
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Old 09-08-2022, 12:19 PM   #383
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Just now seeing this thread, LOVE IT! After marrying right the 2nd time around, I dove into cooking for the family about 8 years ago. Always on the lookout for new ways to try different foods. Currently building an outdoor kitchen and have all kinds of grills.

With the start of football season upon us, can't go wrong with wings. What is everyone's favorite way to fix their own wings?
I only do wings 1 way…on my smoker.

I buy the full wings in the big pack at Kroger fresh not frozen…make the 2 cuts…use a rub with lil olive oil to apply to chicken…charcoal bullet smoker with mesquite/oak…2 hours 230 and then run them hot to finish and crisp them. The smoke and heat will dry them out so you gotta watch it, but I like them crispy.

My rubs I’ve always used for smoking are from Oak Ridge BBQ which are now on Amazon.
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I only do wings 1 way…on my smoker.

I buy the full wings in the big pack at Kroger fresh not frozen…make the 2 cuts…use a rub with lil olive oil to apply to chicken…charcoal bullet smoker with mesquite/oak…2 hours 230 and then run them hot to finish and crisp them. The smoke and heat will dry them out so you gotta watch it, but I like them crispy.

My rubs I’ve always used for smoking are from Oak Ridge BBQ which are now on Amazon.
Awesome man, I really like them off a smoker myself and usually do them similar to that as well, but we got an air fryer a few months ago...so I made some in that to try and I was pretty impressed with the results. They were kinda crispy (not like deep fried though) but they were so juicy and tender, the flavor was awesome. We got the Cuisinart Air Fryer with the racks you can take in and out from Costco...really nice.
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Changing up the way I do fried chicken/cutlets.

wet dredge of heavy cream and eggs then
almond flour w crushed up pork rinds and seasonings

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wegmans charcoal -- DO NOT BUY, produces a mid to low heat, I had to use twice as many coals as usual second time around to get any type of sear.

Kingsford - its they brand for a reason. so reliable
Have you ever tried crushed Frosted Flakes, they are pretty good.
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Old 09-08-2022, 03:54 PM   #386
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Have you ever tried crushed Frosted Flakes, they are pretty good.
Disgusting

We need to keep cereals doing their job and that is remaining in bowls and eaten before 9am.

Also if you eat cereal for any meal but breakfast you should be thrown in gitmo
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I've had crushed corn flakes in a batter, but frosted flakes?
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I've had crushed corn flakes in a batter, but frosted flakes?
Maybe on fried ice cream...but certainly wouldn't think it would work on chicken.
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Old 09-09-2022, 09:57 AM   #389
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For fried chicken, frosted flakes would work and Id def try it. I like to do batches anyway. one spicy w lots of cayenne, one traditional

we do fried chicken and waffles, honey on fried chicken is the best

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We air fry our wings, so easy quick clean up. do the basic google instructions ... 6 mins at 350, flip, 6 mins at 350 flip .. then do it at like 440 for 4 mins to crisp them up good

Ive never done a wet dredge like for fried chicken in an air fryer though, id be worried
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I've had crushed corn flakes in a batter, but frosted flakes?
LOL, had on pork chops and it's vey much like a sweet dry rub, seriously not bad at all. Honey Fried chicken is awesome! All so have seen people use crushed Ritz crackers.
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