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PostPosted: Sun Mar 26, 2017 21:18 
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Wookie's steak Odyssey: an antidote to doc's beautiful creations.


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Good work! Especially ending on empty pint glass, nothing to do with the food after the full plate. Suggests you downed the pint and forgot the steak :)


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Beef brisket and pork shoulder in the smoker, chicken wings standing by in the kitchen.

Last time using it at this shitty rented house, next weekend should be the first at a good house that we own.


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You know, I think I've picked a hobby that fits.

There's a photo of pulled pork, but the forum tells me it's invalid. Maybe that's for the best.


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 Post subject: Re: Food & cooking
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A highly accurate description of the following half hour.

I just put the leftovers in the fridge. The brisket tip, mostly consisting of smoke ring and bark, was still lovely and moist.

Bless you, hipster charcoal, for making me seem suddenly competent.


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 Post subject: Re: Food & cooking
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Short ribs were glorious, lamb needed to be on longer. We may have overcatered.

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 Post subject: Re: Food & cooking
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We may have overcatered.

What have you done with the real Craster? You monster!


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We may have overcatered.

What have you done with the real Craster? You monster!

My thoughts exactly!

I've just had a Smurf, but Beex won't let me upload the picture.

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I've just had a Smurf,

You painted Joans blue?

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 Post subject: Re: Food & cooking
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Bacon revelation!

Usually I grill bacon but the element on our grill packed up months ago and I've still not got around to fixing it. So on the odd occasion I could be bothered I'd been frying it instead. Anyway fed up with that I tried putting it on the grill pan on some baking paper and putting the whole thing in the oven on about 210. Seven minutes, turn it over for another four or five and it's the best bacon I've made. All the fatty bits perfectly crisped but the meaty bits still moist and meaty and nothing to clean up!


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I've just had a Smurf,

Is that legal?

I hope so...


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 Post subject: Re: Food & cooking
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I'm fairly sure that that is, in no way, shape or form, legal.


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 Post subject: Re: Food & cooking
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Lamb barbacoa, with smoked peppers and corn, guacamole, and sour cream.

Recipe: http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2013 ... ecipe.html The lamb gets rubbed then smoked for three hours (with corn and peppers added because why not?) Meanwhile, dried chillis are toasted then simmered in chicken stock, and onions and garlic and also fried and simmered in more stock. Both of those get blended, then poured over the lamb, which goes into a low oven for another three hours (but mine took six...) Finally, the lamb is shredded and the source poured over, although I chilled it overnight first and separated the fat out from the rest of the sauce.

All credit to MrsCurio for making us barbacoa at their place recently and giving me the idea, as well as showing me the existence of these rather nifty fajita boat things.


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 Post subject: Re: Food & cooking
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The order of those photos is pissed.


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Good grief that looks superb!

Also:
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...and the source poured over...

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Zardoz wrote:
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...and the source poured over...

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 Post subject: Re: Food & cooking
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Looks brilliant

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 Post subject: Re: Food & cooking
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Looks really nice

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as well as showing me the existence of these rather nifty fajita boat things.


Can you buy these or did you make them as well??


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 Post subject: Re: Food & cooking
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Looks really nice

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as well as showing me the existence of these rather nifty fajita boat things.


Can you buy these or did you make them as well??


El Paso make them, if the ad I saw in the cinema last week is true. It had Danny Trejo in the ad, which I found amusing as I imagine him selling, ooh, I dunno, hunting knives, not fajitas.

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I like Danny Trejo. I often imagine going fishing with him and the stories we would tell. It'd be a brilliant warm day in the summer, light filtering through the leaves of the forest as we walk to the lakeside.

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I like Danny Trejo. I often imagine going fishing with him and the stories we would tell. It'd be a brilliant warm day in the summer, light filtering through the leaves of the forest as we walk to the lakeside.


Reading thatt back, aloud, doesn't give quite the idea I was aiming for.

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He's way out of your league.

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I like Danny Trejo. I often imagine going fishing with him and the stories we would tell. It'd be a brilliant warm day in the summer, light filtering through the leaves of the forest as we walk to the lakeside.


Reading thatt back, aloud, doesn't give quite the idea I was aiming for.


Subconsciously I think it's exactly what you were aiming for

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I'm sure Danny Trejo would be a generous and sensitive lover.


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I'm sure Danny Trejo would be a generous and sensitive lover.

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 Post subject: Re: Food & cooking
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Not cooked these yet but very pleased with this year's crop, sounds stupid but I just sort of noticed them as they have been green for so long and blend in with the plant


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Wait! You can grow bananas indoors in the UK? amaze. Please share your growing recipe!

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In all seriousness, they look great. Let us know what they are like on the tasteometer!

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 Post subject: Re: Food & cooking
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Now my son is at school we have a birthday party every other week as everyone invites the whole class.

My wife and I were talking about how this spells the end of me doing a barbecue for 20 and having a bouncy castle at home, there are 20 kids in his class and at least one adult per child plus family and NCT baby group friends

But then on the way to work I started thinking maybe I could do it... :)

I was thinking I could do as much Brisket as the Sous Vide will take and at the same time a 20lb plus lump of pulled pork, that way it would all be ready to eat shortly after people arrived. Once that was served burgers, sausages etc could be done.

My wife thinks I'm insane and she's probably right!

Do you think this could work? Note my sons birthday is June 2018 so lots of planning time :DD


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Certainly can be done, depends on the size of your sous-vide container. We managed to get a whole 6kg brisket in for the BBQ over the summer, but I've got a pretty large SV tub. Brisket wants a long SV cook, we did 36 hours.

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Also, tell the adults to go away and leave their children with you.

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Certainly can be done, depends on the size of your sous-vide container. We managed to get a whole 6kg brisket in for the BBQ over the summer, but I've got a pretty large SV tub. Brisket wants a long SV cook, we did 36 hours.


I have 2 Sous Vide Supremes, only done brisket once using one of them but it fed 6 and I could have put more in. Could maybe borrow a 3rd as well.

Then for the pork I have XL BGE so that will take 20lbs or more of pork, done a lump this size before.

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Kids too young for that really, also I can't control 20 of them even with a bouncy castle, so parents are needed!


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Grim... wrote:
Also, tell the adults to go away and leave their children with you.

We did that for MiniPaz's 6th and the parents were super flustered.

"You don't want me to stay?"

"Nope. See you in 2 hours!"

"Oh. Right. Erm... I guess I'll go shopping or something..."


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Grim... wrote:
Also, tell the adults to go away and leave their children with you.

We did that for MiniPaz's 6th and the parents were super flustered.

"You don't want me to stay?"

"Nope. See you in 2 hours!"

"Oh. Right. Erm... I guess I'll go shopping or something..."


I've helped my bother out over the years with his kids parties, once they get to 9 or so you get parents with a desperate look in their eyes asking you if its a "drop off" party :)


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Grim... wrote:
Also, tell the adults to go away and leave their children with you.

We did that for MiniPaz's 6th and the parents were super flustered.

"You don't want me to stay?"

"Nope. See you in 2 hours!"

"Oh. Right. Erm... I guess I'll go shopping or something..."


I've helped my bother out over the years with his kids parties, once they get to 9 or so you get parents with a desperate look in their eyes asking you if its a "drop off" party :)


Oh, mate. Opportunity missed. This was an invitation to say "It's turning into a "pick up" party" and play it out.

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Just ordered an AGA cooker to replace our conventional range cooker, which basically means learning to cook all over again (not that my skills were, ahem, too much to shout about, but still). Should be an experience.... old dog new tricks etc.

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Just ordered an AGA cooker to replace our conventional range cooker, which basically means learning to cook all over again (not that my skills were, ahem, too much to shout about, but still). Should be an experience.... old dog new tricks etc.

They put on an event here last year to help sell those. We wen't along to the AGA do but were surprised that only pushed pineapples and ground coffee.

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Zardoz wrote:
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Just ordered an AGA cooker to replace our conventional range cooker, which basically means learning to cook all over again (not that my skills were, ahem, too much to shout about, but still). Should be an experience.... old dog new tricks etc.

They put on an event here last year to help sell those. We wen't along to the AGA do but were surprised that only pushed pineapples and ground coffee.


L-lol

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IDGI... :)

He went to the AGA Do... Agadoo... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agadoo

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Ah... :D
I think most AGA enthusiasts are listening to Buddy Holly from what I've seen so far. :p

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My parents have an Aga - in a rather snazzy dark green - and they love it. Getting the bloody thing into their kitchen through the hallway was a bloody nightmare though, as they weigh a chuffing ton and are huge.


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