So what's for supper tonight?

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Hannie Caulder, Mar 30, 2018.

  1. Intolerant

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    Pan fried green beans with soy sauce, sherry cooking wine, ginger, garlic, red pepper flakes.


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    Very nice. Perfect cook on the beans, too. :)

    I cook them the same way, except sub the soy-sauce for liquid aminos.
     
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    Last night, bbq pulled pork sandwiches, homemade coleslaw and corn salad, with freshly cut sweet watermelon for dessert.
     
  4. JohnnyE

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    This look great!

    My favorite Chinese restaurant makes this by request and will add shredded pork for a protein.
     
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    Cultural appropriation, for shame for shame! :whistling: :couch: :waving:
     
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    Grilled Steelhead, CC and home grown toms. IMG_0059.JPG
     
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    Last night it was a gochujang roast chicken with potatoes. It was a new dish for me and turned out better than I expected.
     

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    Thanks so much! I get my wok smokin hot, 2 tbs peanut oil, when it begins to smoke, i dump in the beans, keep`em moving just to sear the outsides of the beans. It keeps the beans still pretty much crunchy in the middle doing it this way. I`m not a fan of mushy green beans. Its about a total of 6mins cook time from start to finish. I mix all my ingredients in a separate bowl, one minute before coming off the flame, i add the ingredients to the beans. Stirring vigorously. I have sesame seeds that i toast for those who want them sprinkled on top when served.

    I gotta try some of that liquid aminos next time, that sounds like the ticket right there. Straight up soy-sauce seems to be pretty salty at times. I usually put a little dab of sugar in it to counter the saltiness. I changed my recipe awhile ago, i use fresh garlic cloves, chopped up tiny, what a huge difference that made. It is amazing the difference between canned minced garlic and the fresh chopped garlic. As for shredded pork, that is a GREAT idea, i never thought about doing that. I sometimes will chop up fresh bacon, real crispy, to add flavor and texture. Next batch i make, i`m going to try the shredded pork. Drooling as i type this, damn`it...lol.
     
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    Here’s an organically raised, free range, bone in Misty Knowledge chicken breast draped in McKenzie bacon. Done on the Weber (Propane), indirect heat at 225° for about 3 hours.
    Healthy yet bacony. Mmmm. IMG_3298.JPG
     
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    Tonight it's Salisbury steak and corn on the cob. tom. :eat:





    ETA and mashed potatoes.
     
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    It’s a subway night for me. Foot long tuna on wheat, tomato, onion, black olives, drenched in oil and vinegar.
     
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    Absolutely. I keep a garlic press at arm's length to finely press fresh garlic in dishes...only slice when adding 'crispy garlic' to a dish. The garlic press is one of my best friends in the kitchen. :)
     
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    I don't eat meat, but that gave me pause...serious eats right there. Very nice.
     
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    That looks great!
     
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    Garlic press, my best kitchen friend, second to my coffee grinder...AMEN!!! ;)
     
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    Surely you have a coffee grinder built into your coffee maker, no? Few things rival the sound of that burr grinder automatically doing its thing in the morning after a night of adult beverages. :)

    I like how you roll.
     
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    I have a separate burr grinder, does that count? :cheers:
     
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    Sure, that's better than slumming it with beans ground more than a year ago. Just having a burr grinder definitely moves you up into coffee's middle-class. In fact, I use a standalone when I am pressed for time and just whipping up a French press full of Joe.

    It doesn't rival using a burr grinder as an alarm clock, but it's the next best thing. :)
     
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    Well, last night, it was steaks and wine at Carrabba's. Tonight, it's looking like sushi and sashimi at our local joint.
     
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