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Discussion in 'Food Preparation, Camp Cooking and Recipes' started by barney, Oct 22, 2017.
I’m thinking pork carnitas! Or maybe cubano sandwiches.
Carnitas sound good. Just going with simple and easy straight into a crockpot in the morning before I leave for work.
We had leftovers today. Woohoo BBQ chicken thighs, mashed taters with packet brown gravy, and a slice of stale, Texas toast. Wife is still naggin me about gettin rid of them frozen strawberries.
Barney is not only leaving out key ingredients in recipes, but he left out an entire cheese cake in the leftover description above....he's gettin a little more slippery all the time.
Stuffed spinach chicken breast. One of the best chicken dishes I’ve ever ate. This was our second time having it and soooo good. Roasted taters and roasted broccoli covered with Parmesan
One of the new steel skillets was delivered yesterday. After unpacking and looking it over, quite frankly I was impressed with the quality for under $20! I sure wasn't expecting a carbon steel skillet to rival good cast iron in weight, and feel but this one does. I was expecting something thinner and lighter. After a quick search I learned that steel skillet thickness varried from company to company. Just eyeballing the thickness (I'm pretty good at eyeballing) I'd say it's 3/16 th's thick, and weighs just under 3 1/2 lbs. I'm really liking using carbon steel once again, and I will probably add a 12 inch skillet soon. The bad part was I impulsively bought it, partly because of price, but mainly because of the misleading name "American Metalcraft". The skillet is Chinese manufacture.
After a scrub and seasoning, it was so slick I almost lost a pone of cornbread just lightly tilting the pan takin it out of the oven!
I tried Alton's egg cooking method again this morning only substituting solidified bacon grease for the butter. I was almost sure that the skillet being as heavy as it was would overcook the eggs. I was wrong! If you like over easy eggs, these eggs were as absolute perfect as any I have ever had in my life! The whites were tender and perfectly cooked, and the yolks were warm with no hard cooked parts even on the bottom.
Those ain't store bought eggs for sure
I've been feeding the girls some cooked sweet taters and carrots as a treat over the winter.
Oughta be agin the law to use names with American in the brand(or any other country) and not be from that origin.
I see ALOT of tools have big made in USA on the box flag n all then read the fine print that says with foreign materials...ugh
Breakfast looks good btw
Yep yep and thanks!
Any guesses as to whats frying in the skillet?
I got 2 thawed out for this weekend along with 2 rabbits
Not backstrap. It did have 4 legs though.
Ding ding ding! You are correct.