What are you cooking?

With all the other threads asking questions that begin with “What?”, I thought I would put this one out there...

Secret recipe chilli to eat on its own, and leftovers will go to make chilli burgers for Tuesday’s lunch!
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  • verb
    verb Posts: 9,912
    Looking good John! You can cook? :smile:
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  • FestYboy
    FestYboy Posts: 3,857
    So, what's the secret???
  • nooshinjohn
    nooshinjohn Posts: 22,982
    I can sir... it’s why my wife married me!
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  • verb
    verb Posts: 9,912
    I can sir... it’s why my wife married me!

    And all this time I thought it was your charming personality! Well maybe she got a 2fer! :smile:
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  • codycatalist
    codycatalist Posts: 2,661
    Looks good John. I was debating on making some Beef Stifado tonight. Braised beef tips in a red wine/roasted tomato sauce with pearl onions, rice and mashed taters.

    Im tired but it sounds soooo good that it's worth the trip to the store.
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  • gudnoyez
    gudnoyez Posts: 7,682
    edited April 2019
    Looks like you went all out on that chili looks good. I make a pretty good venison chili
    However tonight I took the easy way out, I told the missus dinner is on at 7:00 Kirkland Lasagna pre bagged salad and some avacado salad dressing. Hey this kirkland Lasagna ain't bad preheat the oven at 375 listen to a few CDs and dinner is served.
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  • verb
    verb Posts: 9,912
    I'm impressed with so many cooks here! The Mrs never lets me get near the kitchen! :smile:
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  • stangman67
    stangman67 Posts: 1,356
    Both my fiancé and myself know our way around the kitchen. Which is pretty great!
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  • verb
    verb Posts: 9,912
    Mmm! Looking good! Tastes good too I'm sure! :smile:
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  • nooshinjohn
    nooshinjohn Posts: 22,982
    I gave it way too much of a kick this time. This recipe, sometimes it’s hard to get perfect because a fair amount of heat comes as it simmers down. Last time I needed to give it a boost and this time, I will end up making a bit more to mix this into and settle it down some.
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  • mrloren
    mrloren Posts: 2,386
    edited April 2019
    After simmering off most of the excess water, I end up with this...
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    Hmmm looks like something my coworkers would pay me not to eat. As I get older I tend to leak more

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  • codycatalist
    codycatalist Posts: 2,661
    I got lazy... Plus kids out of it from being sick. The start of from scratch bacon Mac and cheese. rpzehuh85dxf.jpg
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  • PSOVLSK
    PSOVLSK Posts: 4,515
    edited April 2019
    stangman67 wrote: »
    Salmon and Brussels tonight. Nothing too crazy but an excellent and healthy meal

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    I've been doing salmon lately with nothing but salt and pepper (and a little butter) as seasoning and my family loves it. I'd be all over the meal you've got there Zach, but unfortunately I'm the only one around here who likes Brussels sprouts. Also, nice plates. Almost exactly like ours:)

    John: I'm normally not a fan of chili with beans, but I'd darn sure give yours a shot. That looks pretty good.

    Paul: Drool!!! Love me some brisket. From looks alone, you're first effort was a success.
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  • codycatalist
    codycatalist Posts: 2,661
    Finished er on up. I ain't fancy by any means but I CAN cook and do it well. This is just a quick dinner.

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  • codycatalist
    codycatalist Posts: 2,661
    la2vegas wrote: »
    I got lazy... Plus kids out of it from being sick. The start of from scratch bacon Mac and cheese. rpzehuh85dxf.jpg

    That's an interesting twist on regular mac and cheese Cody. After all everything tastes better with bacon, or so they say.

    By the way is that a Wagner skillet?

    Why yes it is, 12 incher. Got it on sale for $12 at my local grocery store.

    I do some twists on Mac and cheese to spread out my dinner lists. Sometimes I make a shredded BBQ pork Mac and cheese or green chili and ground beef. If I have steak I need to make but don't want to finish it traditionally I will slice it thin, brown it in the skillet then make my rue for my cheese sauce with the left over fats and scraping.
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  • joecoulson
    joecoulson Posts: 4,944
    Fed 20 with 14lb smoked pulled pork on the egg today.
  • ZLTFUL
    ZLTFUL Posts: 5,483
    No pics but last night I grilled 2 6oz Corriente Beef Filets, 8 jumbo Tiger Prawns and fresh asparagus. The filets got the first 3 minutes on the grill alone at 600* with a pellet box full of cherry pellets.
    The pellet box then came off and the steaks were flipped. Asparagus and prawns went on for 3 minutes.
    Steaks came off, flipped the prawns and the asparagus while moving them to the indirect heat. Rested the filets for 3 minutes and pulled the prawns and asparagus while the filet rested.

    Served it all with a nice Ruffino Borgo Conventi Pinot Grigio (whites can go with steaks too!).

    Fun fact about Corriente Beef... ounce for ounce, it has lower fat, lower cholesterol and lower calories than Salmon, Bison or even wild harvested venison.
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  • xschop
    xschop Posts: 2,020
    Y'alls makin' me hangry up in here. Think I'll make some Cajun yard bird when I get to the abode.
  • audioluvr
    audioluvr Posts: 3,621
    John that's funny. The day before you started this thread my daughter and I made a giant pot of chili. Cooking is a family event in this home. Sometimes that's the only time we have to get together. I always have quart Mason jars handy to can the excess. Keeps a long time that way in the fridge. Also, you're right, chili only gets better the longer you simmer.

    Last night we made steak fajitas. YUM!
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    1 TBSP Taco Seasoning
    1 Chopped Onion
    1 Chopped Green Pepper
    1 Chopped Red Pepper
    1 Chopped Poblano Pepper
    1 Cup Chopped Crimini (small Portabella Mushroom)

    With the meat chopped up in a bowl, sprinkle the seasoning on it and knead in until mixed well. Set off to the side to marinade at least 30 minutes. This is when I chop the veggies and combine all in a big bowl. Next I add a tablespoon of olive oil to a large cast iron skillet, preheat, then add the meat to brown. Once the meat is browned add all the veggies and cover stirring occasionally for about 15 minutes. Uncover and cook off excess moisture.
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  • codycatalist
    codycatalist Posts: 2,661
    edited April 2019
    Two things that are the BEST the day after sitting in the fridge, Chili and Enchiladas.

    Hot dang I want some Mexican food now. Some Flautas sound great, we shred Chicken ****, add salt/pepper then mix in green chili, sour cream, roasted corn. I use that mixture to fill corn tortillas, roll em, pan fry them (not deep fried so we maintain some chewiness to the tortilla) then serve with a nice dipping sauce. Usually either an Avocado Crema, Salsa Verde or my wife's favorite half cream of chicken half cream of mushroom soup.

    Even if I cook I LOVE having a wife from the border of Mexico, her family gives me all sorts of ideas I go wild with.

    We came up with a deconstructed Tinga, get Chicken ****, butterfly them, stuff with Chorizo (cooked and not the cheap tube kind, if you need a homemade recipe PM me, I got that Grandma recipe gents). Rub the chicken with chipotle and tie with chef's twine. Bake at 350 for 20 min then flash sear on a hot cast iron pan.

    Man, I need to take a lunch break at work. Be back.

    I'm pretty sure I am going to gain a 1000 more posts from this thread alone.
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  • pitdogg2
    pitdogg2 Posts: 19,230
    Fixin a well marinated ribeye at the moment on the grill.
  • audioluvr
    audioluvr Posts: 3,621
    A buddy of mine told me he likes to buy a half a cow of locker beef and wanted to know if I was interested. I told him until they invent a cow that is all ribeye that will never happen.
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  • gudnoyez
    gudnoyez Posts: 7,682
    edited April 2019
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    Brought back from San Diego, actually National City 4 dozen Tamales, Pork & Chicken 2 dozen each. I was worried they wouldn't let me take them on the Plane but they did best Tamales ever along with a little Gaucamole.
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  • nooshinjohn
    nooshinjohn Posts: 22,982
    Tonight I cleaned up my chili by cooking up another pound of ground beef, and adding all the other ingredients without any seasoning whatsoever. I then folded in yesterday's batch and blended the two together... perfection!
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  • xschop
    xschop Posts: 2,020
    Tonight I cleaned up my chili by cooking up another pound of ground beef, and adding all the other ingredients without any seasoning whatsoever. I then folded in yesterday's batch and blended the two together... perfection!

    Reminds me of my Lazy chili....
    1 lb beef
    1 small can Ranch Style beans
    1 can Rotel
  • Irrenhaus
    Irrenhaus Posts: 980
    Did this one's the other night.
    Honey Glazed Chicken Tights

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