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Old 07-04-2011, 09:36 PM
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Ok guys....I love to cook and have seen a couple food/recipe threads on other sites so thought I would start one here. I can't tell you very many of my recipes because I don't use them. I usually just start grabbing stuff and make it work. Here's a few of my creations.

Here are some pictures of some of my creations.

This was T-bones, bacon wrapped shrimp stuffed jalapeno poppers, and grilled squash.




Burgers topped with sauteed onions and mushrooms with pan fried red potatoes.



Ok...finally found another picture of one of my creations.



Not sure what to call it, but it was awesome! Two lil carne tacos and a bowl of stuff that turned into a soup. The soup had Mexican squash, red onion, red bell pepper, a lil jalapeno, cilantro, cream corn, and garnished with cheese, fresh cilantro, and red onion.



Here is tonight's creation. I had a pork roast in the fridge so I decided to crockpot it today. I threw in a couple red bell peppers, some mexican squash, red onion, red potatoes, a can of diced tomatoes, and the pork roast. Didn't add any seasonings. Occasionally I like to keep it simple with the food and just enjoy the flavor of all the ingredients without all the fuss.
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Old 07-04-2011, 09:59 PM
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If your gonna post the food, you have to post the recipe.


Chilli Dog.jpg



Shredded Cheese
Mustard
All Beef BallPark brand Dogs 8 pack
Sweet Relish (Optional) Two spoon fulls per Dog
Chilli 2 Cans (Wolf Brand Beans optional)
Buns (Mrs. Baird's)
And if you get excited you can Throw on two table spoons full of chopped onion
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Old 07-05-2011, 05:32 AM
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right on !!

i love to cook to im just not good at posting pics
im the same as you no recipes just flavour and whatever i have on hand
and makin burgers gets that rael stainiy diesel grease outa my hands
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Old 07-05-2011, 07:03 AM
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I love to try new things but the wife would sit on the same 4 or 5 meals for the rest of her life.

My best so far is basically a bag meal with 2 pork tenderloins, half cut baby carrots, 3/4" cut red potatoes, sliced red and green bell pepers and some onion slices with a bunch of seasoning Then I put a cup or two of water in it and put it in the oven for an hour and a half. No pics though as I've always been in a rush to eat it and not look at it.

Otherwise, I do pretty good with chicken, pork chops and steak on the grill with either a rub or some good spicing and corn on the cob and big red potatoes cut in half with a slice of onion, some butter and some garlic mashed in the middle and wrapped in aluminum foil. The flavor all soaks into the potato and is awesome.

Looking forward to more ideas. Keep them coming.

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Old 07-05-2011, 08:14 AM
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ive done that bag meal in lots of foil and in the campfire add some bbq sauce to
playin with different foods is a great way to relax for me and u can eat your ****ups LOl
i do scalops in a cast iron dutch oven
layer sliced potatoes thin in a parchment lined dutch oven i butter the paper where it contacts the potatoes
add some slices onion and small chunks of butter cheese too if u like green onion whatever you want sail and black pepper lots of cracked pepper
build layer by layer till pot is full then add a good 2cups of heavy cream
cover with parch paper and then a lid
i cook on fire and put coals around and on lid or in my bbq oven too at 350 for around 3 hrs
its done when the potatoes are soft liquid is absorbed and the outside should be a beautiful golden brown
now the fun take lid off put a large plate upside down ontop of pot invert the whole mess and carefully lift off pot
remove parchment and you should have a beautiful brown cake of scallops i cut it like a pie there is never any leftovers its a great side to pulled pork or turkey dinner
Mike im gonna try yours looks yummey
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Old 07-05-2011, 01:16 PM
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Me I am a grill man I use rubs and normally some olive oil and balsamic vinegar that's if I make a marinade tho I will get some pics soon.
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Old 07-05-2011, 06:23 PM
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I make a mean Chicken Cordon Blue with a marsala wine sauce.
I unfortunately have no pictures at this time.
The subject did not exist long enough to film.
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I cheat I use the premixed seasonings and rubs for some of my food experiments.
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Old 07-12-2011, 09:29 PM
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Guess I'll keep it goin since everyone else is slackin....

Breakfast skillet from the Home Sweet Home Cafe in Escondido this morning. Had some semi-spicy sausage, bell pepers, onions, cheese, taters, eggs, seasonings, and some grilled sourdough. Was pretty yummy....


Made my first trip to Eureka Burgers in Claremont tonight too. They have 30 beers on tap, all of which are small brewery/craft beers. Had a sampler first and then a glass of the Black Market Brewing Company Brown Ale. For dinner it was a Pearl Street Blues Burger. Medium patty with melted blue cheese, herb sauteed wild mushrooms, and grilled onions.

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Old 07-13-2011, 04:58 AM
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someone has to do it keep it up im gonna get a new camera so i can post pics
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