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      02-12-2012 10:47 PM #106
      So a quick update.

      in preparation for Valentines Day I have done a few things, tonight I made a nice dinner.


      Enjoy the update!!



      included
      smoked gouda mashed potatoes
      organic corn
      Rosemary garlic leg of lamb
      with a side of tomato and cucumber salad in a vinaigrette.















      after dinner, i went to grab some bakers chocolate and made some chocolate covered strawberries for the wife (yeah im a sucker but I love her )

      these are made with some crazy toppings. i used maldon flake sea salt and crushed Cape Cod kettle cooked potato chips. Sweet, savory and a bit tangy from the strawberries are the ultimate sensory overload!


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      02-14-2012 03:15 PM #107
      Today for Valentines day I made some waffles, used a new recipe b/c i hate waffles. the only waffles i love are the crispy type ones, stuff like eggos are perfect, so I found one that resembles Roscoe's chicken and waffle recipe. they were AMAZING! super light, fluffly not cake like at all, very airy, absolutely delicious. if anyone wants the recipe let me know and i'll post it up.

      enjoy the pics and happy valentines day!










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      02-20-2012 03:55 PM #108
      So i went to costco and bought an entire Filet Mignon it was about $80.00 but I managed to carve about 9 steaks out of it. saved the trimmings for making a stir fry or something. Last night decided to do bacon wrapped filet Mignon on the BBQ. served with some brussel sprouts, corn and some golden yukon mashed potatoes. damn good!




      Enjoy the pictures!! and as always, thanks for reading!!!























      I also bought 4lbs of strawberries from costco.... people are sick of eating them! so what did i make this morning?

      Strawberry Jam!


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      02-20-2012 08:59 PM #109
      Just looked through this thread... Awesome looking food!! Will be checking for updates

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      02-22-2012 11:42 AM #110
      decided to bake some biscuits for breakfast again delicous!



      used some buttermilk






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      02-24-2012 03:00 PM #111
      nice! I can embed facebook videos! here is one of me making pizza on the grill

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      02-25-2012 05:33 PM #112
      its the wifes birthday today but I am a cook not a baker, i hate baking but decided to try my hand at it today, her favorite is chocolate so of course I set out to make a chocolate cake.

      I call this cake "Death by Chocolate"

      enjoy the pics! recipe is available if interested




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      02-27-2012 01:32 PM #113
      Awesome thread! You guys eat well (because you cook well...) Lots of good ideas in here.
      Not red, not blue- red, white, and blue

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      02-27-2012 02:01 PM #114
      Quote Originally Posted by reddfoxx View Post
      Awesome thread! You guys eat well (because you cook well...) Lots of good ideas in here.

      thanks!!! my wife said the "Death by Chocolate" cake was insanely good! its so rich and decadent that she couldn't finish a slice. its like super chocolate x 1000.

      the cake was chocolate sponge (made from scratch) whipped chocolate ganashe in the middle with a layer of thick shaven chocolate for some texture, another layer of sponge then a ganache on top, sprinkled with some cake crumbles and more shaved chocolate.

      must have used about 3 lbs of dark bakers chocolate to make it

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      03-18-2012 02:01 PM #115
      just made some slammin chicken chili... im sweating bullets b/c of my Tabasco habanero sauce though! delicious! if anyone wants the recipe comment and i'll post it up!

      enjoy the pictures!





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      04-10-2012 12:47 PM #116
      please post chili recipe...i love tabasco habenero

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      04-17-2012 09:51 AM #117
      Quote Originally Posted by LGBoogie19 View Post
      please post chili recipe...i love tabasco habenero
      absolutely

      2-3 lbs of home ground chicken thighs
      1 vidalia onion
      1/2 a jar of salsa (leftovers)
      3 tomatoes
      1 can of tomato sauce
      6 cloves of whole garlic
      1 stalk of celery
      1 can of heinz baked beans! (yes i know! trust me its awesome!)
      cumin
      paprika
      salt/pepper
      cayenne pepper


      I know I am missing quite a few ingredients but I will try to remember them then come back to edit this post. it was a last minute thing that I decided to "throw" together.

      lightly cook the onions in a tablespoon of olive oil. add the chicken, and the garlic. cook to about 50%

      add your remaining ingredients in whatever order you want. allow to simmer for about 30-60 minutes. serve.



      I add the habanero sauce on each spoonful (yeah i love it hot hot hot)

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      04-22-2012 08:37 PM #118
      Just made more chili this time it's beef and ground chicken. Amazing stuff! Last time I forgot to thicken it. Not this time!




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      05-10-2012 09:04 PM #119
      made some L.A. Kalbi for dinner tonight... it was so good! Fresh beef, ribs, had the butcher cut them up, only $3.99/Lb!

      enjoy the pics!


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      05-16-2012 11:20 AM #120
      cross posted in the breakfast thread



      Breakfast for yesterday and today included...



      Yesterday we had caviar with butter on bread,



      Today we had Everything bagels, with sweet onions, tomato, lox and cream cheese


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      05-18-2012 02:28 PM #121
      Yesterday decided to make some Brats. home made my friends

      ingredients

      pork shoulder skin on.
      white pepper, salt, fresh sage, onion powder, garlic powder, bread crumb, half and half, milk powder, sausage casings (natural)

      chop up meat and triple grind with spices and mix well.

      par-freeze

      stuff, then grill

      all in all it takes about 5 hours. but its well worth it in the end!

      enjoy the pictures!














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      05-19-2012 08:27 PM #122
      Everyone knows when its summer you BBQ, whether it's steak, chicken, pork or... Salmon or even...


      lobsters!

      dinner tonight was lobster with salmon lightly seasoned and grilled on a cedar plank, lemon, salt olive oil pepper asparagus and zucchini for the veg.

      lobsters as is.

      does anyone have any know-how on cleaning lobsters before cooking them? (removing the intestines)

      some pictures for the masses enjoy!



















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      05-20-2012 01:02 AM #123
      I've never eaten or cooked lobster, but won't it get dry if you cook it directly on the grill like that? Just curious, food looks great as usual.


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      05-20-2012 11:56 AM #124
      Quote Originally Posted by mrivera View Post
      I've never eaten or cooked lobster, but won't it get dry if you cook it directly on the grill like that? Just curious, food looks great as usual.

      Tip to cooking lobster is high heat quick cook. Lid down. Takes about 7 minutes high heat. Flip them front to back so they cook evenly. The head takes longer than the tail so I start tail first then head then tail then head. Prevents overlooking. Here are some after shots







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      05-20-2012 11:59 AM #125
      After dinner i Decided to make some mango ice cream!!!! It was amazing






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      05-20-2012 12:01 PM #126
      Correction I start head first then tail then head again. Allows time for it to cook thoroughly



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      06-03-2012 04:28 PM #127
      did some cooking a few days ago, made some killer ribs again, dry rub then douse them with Sweet Baby Ray's Honey BBQ Sauce when they are done, also went out to Mile End Deli in Park Slope, got some Dim sum, enjoy the pics! feel free to comment with any questions or recipes!



      My Ribs, removed the silver skin





      Seasoned with

      Garlic Powder
      Onion Powder
      Paprika
      Salt, pepper
      and a touch of Lawry's season salt



      Ribs Done.







      Sometimes I love the ribs naked, simply seasoned and then smoked a little to give it that amazing flavor, the family prefers with the BBQ sauce. this was amazing!







      Served the ribs with some mushrooms, fried potatoes




      Next was Dim Sum!




      This is a sweet/salty egg bun, i don't know how to describe it in English but they are slammin.



      Har Kow and Shui Mai



      Har Churn




      Dan Tat



      This is a chive and shrimp fried dumpling




      roast pork in a flaky pastry




      Roast pork in a Steamed bun





      This dish is awesome, its chicken with a special type of noodle, this noodle is called E-Mein (i think) usually used for dinner banquets and special occasions, its fluffier and has a bit more of a rubbery/al diente bite to it. delicious also







      Last night was date night with the misses, went to Mile End Deli in Park Slope Brooklyn

      Got some smoked meat, poutine and borscht. delicious!


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      06-04-2012 11:44 PM #128
      This thread makes me so hungry.

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      06-16-2012 01:03 PM #129
      Yesterday was National Lobster Day! so what better way to celebrate my favorite crustacean than by cooking 2 x 2 Lb lobsters and eating them?! [video in the middle!!]







      one of them trying to escape








      The cooking video










      and served:









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      06-16-2012 04:18 PM #130
      while I'm at it, we had so much lobster that we actually had leftovers! so what does one do with left over lobster meat?! its obvious! HOMEMADE LOBSTER ROLLS!

      if you want the recipe all you have to do is ask!






















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      06-30-2012 10:41 PM #131
      stunning!

      Good to see a fellow foodie shopping at costco, a lot of people on other forums criticize costco, dunno why

      where did you order your paella pan?

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      07-01-2012 12:59 AM #132
      Quote Originally Posted by 71DubBugBug View Post
      stunning!

      Good to see a fellow foodie shopping at costco, a lot of people on other forums criticize costco, dunno why

      where did you order your paella pan?
      whats wrong with Costco?! the meats are top notch, you can buy an entire rib eye roast and dry age it yourself the salmon is fresh enough (on the day they pack it) that you can eat it like sushi (yes I have done that!)



      amazon.com its a traditional pan from spain. i forget how large but it was pricey (about $50)

    28. 07-01-2012 01:13 AM #133
      i wish i didnt have to live on a ramen noodle budget since i also like to kick it in the kitchen myself lol but i did make your tilapia inspired dish tonight just couldn't take it anymore after licking my computer screen and all your wife made borscht is she eastern European? Anyway good job and keep emmmm coming...

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      07-01-2012 02:20 AM #134
      Quote Originally Posted by mk2-ing-it View Post
      i wish i didnt have to live on a ramen noodle budget since i also like to kick it in the kitchen myself lol but i did make your tilapia inspired dish tonight just couldn't take it anymore after licking my computer screen and all your wife made borscht is she eastern European? Anyway good job and keep emmmm coming...
      Nice! Where are the pics!? And yes my wife is Ukrainian and I'm Asian :-)


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    30. 07-01-2012 01:38 PM #135
      lol sorry next time. i wasn't really thinking about pics while munching on the tilapia Yea i figured shes from Ukraine im from Poland and make Ukrainian borscht all the time. Poland has there version but it has less ingredients and less labor intensive..i always try to make this version so if you want to impress her try it out http://www.ukraine-travel-advisor.co...ht-recipe.html

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      07-02-2012 11:04 PM #136
      so in response to the U-10 Thread I created earlier, i decided to make some linguini with shrimp scampi and a nice red pepper and cucumber salad tossed with a tangy vinaigrette. enjoy the pictures!


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      07-30-2012 01:40 PM #137
      decided to make some Falafel from scratch as well as some tahini sauce.

      A-M-A-Z-I-N-G-!

      enjoy the pics and if you want the recipe, comment!














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      07-31-2012 10:42 AM #138
      Quote Originally Posted by dieselraver View Post
      decided to make some Falafel from scratch as well as some tahini sauce.

      A-M-A-Z-I-N-G-!

      enjoy the pics and if you want the recipe, comment!


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      07-31-2012 11:27 AM #139
      Quote Originally Posted by Deltac View Post
      recipe please


      ingredients -

      canned chic peas (fast way)
      dried chic peas (best way!)
      garlic
      onion
      parsley/cilantro
      salt
      cumin
      corriander
      flour
      baking soda
      hot pepper flakes

      soak your dried chic peas for at least 24 hours (i throw a little baking soda to help speed up the process)
      *if using canned you can skip this step and go to the next*

      when finished soaking, in a food processor (or by hand) combine onion, garlic, parsley cilantro and pulse till finely chopped

      add your chic peas and blitz until broken up into smaller pieces (see my picture for reference.)

      add remaining ingredients, flour, soda and combine well. mixture should be a bit pasty but not dry and not soaking wet.

      ***** LET SIT FOR 2-4 HOURS REFRIGERATED! *****

      integral part of the recipe, it allows everything to bind together.


      when finished chilling remove from fridge, heat up some oil to fry, i shallow fry in grape seed oil

      1. its not as oily and smelly as conventional oils
      2. it is a light oil and does not make your food crazy greasy.

      use relatively high heat but be sure to fry where the outside doesnt burn and the inside is uncooked. figure about 4-5 minutes on each side. or until toasted golden brown (see pics for reference)


      serve with tahini sauce or put in a pita with some coleslaw (trust me!) itallian short peppers or jalapenos, cucumbers, tomato and serve!


      tahini sauce recipe

      you will need

      tahini
      1 lemon
      salt and pepper
      oil
      5 cloves garlic
      parsley/cilantro
      water


      combine about 1/2 cup tahini with about 1/2-2/3 cup of oil, add your juice of a lemon, salt and pepper to taste, blitz everything including garlic and parsley/cilantro in food processor.

      drizzle in water to thin the mixture out. should resemble motor oil viscosity. liquidy, but not runny.

      serve chilled or immediately.

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      08-02-2012 11:36 PM #140
      made some shrimp and lobster gumbo!





      what's that LOBSTER in a gumbo?! they eat crayfish down south, why not a bigger (ok they aren't related) one?!



      Shrimp stock




      developing the roux



















      adding shrimp stock to roux



      Andouille sausage being sauteed



      lobster














      enjoy the pictures!

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