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Bloodfart McCoy
Jul 20, 2007

"The A+ TCC poster
you did nazi coming."





Frittata with a bunch of leftover veggies and cheese.

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ogarza
Feb 25, 2009


Went full health retard

Tacos de rajas con queso y elote







EDIT - well maybe 98% retard, that is not tofu, it is frying cheese, but I would have used queso fresco had I had it on hand.

ogarza fucked around with this message at 21:27 on Mar 22, 2021

Casu Marzu
Oct 20, 2008

SHUT
THE
FUCK
UP!
BIIITCH!




ogarza posted:

Went full health retard

Tacos de rajas con queso y elote

EDIT - well maybe 98% retard, that is not tofu, it is frying cheese, but I would have used queso fresco had I had it on hand.

Looks good but ya don't really need to drop the r-word

kumba
Nov 8, 2003

I posted my food for USPOL Thanksgiving!

enjoy the ride



Lipstick Apathy

it's burger time



bacon and cheddar patties from Publix; I cut about 1/3 off each then reformed as 4 patties to do these the same way kenji did in a burger video I saw recently - 2 thicker patties and 2 smash patties



order: toasted bottom bun, mayo, lettuce, tomato, red onion, thick patty, cheese, smash patty, cheese, mustard, mayo, smashed garlic, toasted top bun





best burger I've ever made, easy

Bloodfart McCoy
Jul 20, 2007

"The A+ TCC poster
you did nazi coming."





kumba posted:

it's burger time



bacon and cheddar patties from Publix; I cut about 1/3 off each then reformed as 4 patties to do these the same way kenji did in a burger video I saw recently - 2 thicker patties and 2 smash patties



order: toasted bottom bun, mayo, lettuce, tomato, red onion, thick patty, cheese, smash patty, cheese, mustard, mayo, smashed garlic, toasted top bun





best burger I've ever made, easy

Just got a brand new Weber delivered this afternoon. Iíll assemble it just in time for delicious burgers this weekend.

toplitzin
Jun 13, 2003


Last night was tortellini and sausage in brown butter and sage.


Also garlic bread, by the babka method


Tonight was french toast.

ColHannibal
Sep 17, 2007


toplitzin posted:

Tonight was french toast.


With tomato sauce?

Big Willy Style
Feb 11, 2007

How many Astartes do you know that roll like this?


ColHannibal posted:

With tomato sauce?

my mum would feed me and my brother French toast with tomato sauce/ketchup/BBQ sauce. it was some derro poo poo and I wasn't an adult until I learnt that people have dessert style French toast.

toplitzin
Jun 13, 2003


ColHannibal posted:

With tomato sauce?

Its the leftover garlic bread, of course it's tomato sauce.

Edward IV
Jan 15, 2006



toplitzin posted:

Its the leftover garlic bread, of course it's tomato sauce.

Is it soaked in just egg, milk, and maybe salt, then? I can't imagine that would go well with sugar, vanilla extract, or cinnamon in the mixture.

toplitzin
Jun 13, 2003


Oh yes, savory only.

A little habanero jelly did go nice though.

Gentleman Owl
Apr 29, 2013



Carnitas time.

Had to shave a couple pounds off a 10-pound shoulder to get it to fit in my stock pot.


Eight hours later:


Portioned out into a bunch of 2-cup containers, majority get frozen for meals over the next couple months. A bit of the excess fat gets portioned in each, makes it easy to crisp in a frying pan at a later date.


Carnitas.

MadFriarAvelyn
Sep 25, 2007



First time making butter chicken for meal prep tonight.



Tasted pretty good! I followed Joshua Weissman's recent recipe for it, but had some issues with the fond starting to burn before I got a decent sear on the chicken, so it didn't turn out as well as I'd hope. But it was tasty and I don't think I'm going to have an issue gobbling up the rest over the next week.

pro starcraft loser
Jan 23, 2006

Stand back, this could get messy.



Tried a mushroom and beef sauce for some noods.

Bloodfart McCoy
Jul 20, 2007

"The A+ TCC poster
you did nazi coming."





Wife put together some yummy chicken meatballs with pesto tonight.

Salvor_Hardin
Sep 13, 2005

I want to go protest.


Nap Ghost

I always wanted to try this so I made a tofu bahn mi:



Came out extremely well. My tofu searing technique is improving.

Bloodfart McCoy
Jul 20, 2007

"The A+ TCC poster
you did nazi coming."





I usually bake tofu until itís grilling weather. Then I toss it on the grill and it usually comes out perfect.

LifeSunDeath
Jan 4, 2007

I hated your old avatar so much I paid for this one from a gay furry visual novel. gay rights and smoke weed every day

Bloodfart McCoy posted:

I usually bake tofu until itís grilling weather. Then I toss it on the grill and it usually comes out perfect.

oh drat, I don't know why I haven't done this...I need to do this.

mdxi
Mar 13, 2006

to JERK OFF is to be close to GOD... only with SPURTING



I've been trying to get more comfortable with just making up stir-fries, as opposed to using commercial sauces or recipes for sauces. It's definitely not the hardest thing in the world, since you can very safely lean on soy, garlic, ginger, and chili in any combination as your base. This is my latest attempt:



The sauce on the veg is tamari, black soy sauce, chili-garlic paste, shaoxing wine, and MSG. I had never used black soy sauce except in my attempts at pad se ew, and I thought that used in moderation it added a really lovely depth without becoming overtly sweet.

The tofu was lightly panfried, then tossed in a mixture of tamari, mushroom sauce, and chili-sesame oil. Holy poo poo that was a good choice. It was legit difficult to finish cooking, rather than just eat the tofu straight out of the pan. This is definitely a keeper.

Side note: youtube suggested a 4 year-old Chef John video on steaming eggs instead of boiling them, and for the first time in my life I cooked a "boiled" egg that I didn't hate.

Bloodfart McCoy
Jul 20, 2007

"The A+ TCC poster
you did nazi coming."





mdxi posted:

I've been trying to get more comfortable with just making up stir-fries, as opposed to using commercial sauces or recipes for sauces. It's definitely not the hardest thing in the world, since you can very safely lean on soy, garlic, ginger, and chili in any combination as your base. This is my latest attempt:



The sauce on the veg is tamari, black soy sauce, chili-garlic paste, shaoxing wine, and MSG. I had never used black soy sauce except in my attempts at pad se ew, and I thought that used in moderation it added a really lovely depth without becoming overtly sweet.

The tofu was lightly panfried, then tossed in a mixture of tamari, mushroom sauce, and chili-sesame oil. Holy poo poo that was a good choice. It was legit difficult to finish cooking, rather than just eat the tofu straight out of the pan. This is definitely a keeper.

Side note: youtube suggested a 4 year-old Chef John video on steaming eggs instead of boiling them, and for the first time in my life I cooked a "boiled" egg that I didn't hate.

Nice looking tofu. Whenever I pan fry mine and toss it with the rest of the stir fry it always crumbles to hell.

MrYenko
Jun 17, 2012

#2 isn't ALWAYS bad...


Took a little excursion to Everglades City. Paddled around, got shouted at by the locals, all in all a success.



Those had been crabbing around in the water earlier that morning. There's no loving mustard sauce, because gently caress that, it was the best stone crab I have ever had in my life.

Holy poo poo it was amazing.

Hurt Whitey Maybe
Jun 26, 2008

I mean maybe not. Or maybe. Definitely don't kill anyone.


MrYenko posted:

Took a little excursion to Everglades City. Paddled around, got shouted at by the locals, all in all a success.



Those had been crabbing around in the water earlier that morning. There's no loving mustard sauce, because gently caress that, it was the best stone crab I have ever had in my life.

Holy poo poo it was amazing.

HOLY poo poo

This looks so good, Iím incredibly jealous

Casu Marzu
Oct 20, 2008

SHUT
THE
FUCK
UP!
BIIITCH!






Walleye kabayaki cuz gently caress paying for eel

Olpainless
Jun 30, 2003
... Insert something brilliantly witty here.

MrYenko posted:

Took a little excursion to Everglades City. Paddled around, got shouted at by the locals, all in all a success.



Those had been crabbing around in the water earlier that morning. There's no loving mustard sauce, because gently caress that, it was the best stone crab I have ever had in my life.

Holy poo poo it was amazing.

Want this. drat, I've not had good fresh crab for an age.


Casu Marzu posted:



Walleye kabayaki cuz gently caress paying for eel

And this.


My own effort this evening...



Cod fillet, chorizo and pork sausage, braised fennel and shallot with aniseed, crispy fried potato, orange, cream and cointreau sauce.

Bloodfart McCoy
Jul 20, 2007

"The A+ TCC poster
you did nazi coming."





The new grill slays burgers.

I bathed in blood tonight.

prayer group
May 31, 2011

$#$%^&@@*!!!


Olpainless posted:

chorizo and pork sausage

sir do you know what chorizo is

Casu Marzu
Oct 20, 2008

SHUT
THE
FUCK
UP!
BIIITCH!






Impossible meat mushroom & swiss burg

kumba
Nov 8, 2003

I posted my food for USPOL Thanksgiving!

enjoy the ride



Lipstick Apathy

Casu Marzu posted:



Impossible meat mushroom & swiss burg

drat. that looks fuckin tasty

honey jalapeno glaze salmon, asparagus, romanesco florets



we candied some jalapenos last weekend and opened a jar today, they're so good. used some of the syrup for the jar for a cocktail. I dub thee "the farmer tan"



jalapeno syrup, 100 proof vodka, that new watermelon mountain dew, and a splash of lime

could have used more jalapeno, but not bad

Bloodfart McCoy
Jul 20, 2007

"The A+ TCC poster
you did nazi coming."





Casu Marzu posted:



Impossible meat mushroom & swiss burg

Iíve had the Impossible meat and it definitely tastes pretty good. I just wish it was healthier than real meat, then it would be something I would use more.

TychoCelchuuu
Jan 2, 2012

This space for Rent.

Bloodfart McCoy posted:

Iíve had the Impossible meat and it definitely tastes pretty good. I just wish it was healthier than real meat, then it would be something I would use more.
It's healthier for the cow!

Olpainless
Jun 30, 2003
... Insert something brilliantly witty here.

prayer group posted:

sir do you know what chorizo is

This was some post blended thing. Not quite as firm, pretty nice.


Casu Marzu posted:



Impossible meat mushroom & swiss burg

I've wanted to try an impossible for a bit... This might just push me to get hold of some.

toplitzin
Jun 13, 2003


Lunch!

Olpainless
Jun 30, 2003
... Insert something brilliantly witty here.


A good burg. Fresh fried crisps looks like it'll be an excellent side.




Tea tonight... Mixed pepper rubbed duck breast, medium rate, on a bed of charred red green lettuce, served with charred shallot, buttered crushed potato, poached egg, a drizzle of orange, and garnish with spring onion, chilli and celery seed.

freelop
Apr 28, 2013

Where we're going, we won't need fries to see







First time deep frying, made crispy chili Chinese chicken.

iajanus
Aug 17, 2004

#GOAT


Pizza night!



toplitzin
Jun 13, 2003


Jerk fried rice

Waterbed Wendy
Jan 29, 2009

airy tender puffs



iajanus posted:

Pizza night!





pizza fright

BrianBoitano
Nov 15, 2006

this is fine





First pizza I eat tonight

prayer group
May 31, 2011

$#$%^&@@*!!!


toplitzin posted:

Jerk fried rice


You're telling me a jerk fried this rice?

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toplitzin
Jun 13, 2003


prayer group posted:

You're telling me a jerk fried this rice?

Steve Martin lives in my crawlspace.

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