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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #180 on: May 25, 2020, 05:35:18 PM »
Grilling my yearly steak today.
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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #181 on: May 26, 2020, 02:34:16 AM »
Grilled one too. But it’s more like weekly steak.
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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #182 on: May 26, 2020, 03:50:12 PM »
Grilling my yearly steak today.

   That's about how often I can afford a beefsteak myself ;D.
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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #183 on: May 26, 2020, 03:52:51 PM »
Grilling my yearly steak today.

   That's about how often I can afford a beefsteak myself ;D.

I really prefer seafood.  Steak maybe once a year, burger maybe 2-3 times a year, bison a few times.  Maybe pork once a year if I'm at a restaurant where they have something that looks good.  But mainly chicken and fish.
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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #184 on: May 26, 2020, 03:59:34 PM »
Grilling my yearly steak today.

   That's about how often I can afford a beefsteak myself ;D.

I really prefer seafood.  Steak maybe once a year, burger maybe 2-3 times a year, bison a few times.  Maybe pork once a year if I'm at a restaurant where they have something that looks good.  But mainly chicken and fish.

We buy half cow each year from my brother-in-law.  We haven't been able to find hogs to buy off a farm for years.  I would have loved to get one this year and help out a farmer but all the local locker plants are booked up though August or later (my wife has absolutely no interest in butchering a hog ourselves).

That said, we smoked a 14lb turkey yesterday and it's delicious!  Now I'm hungry. 8^(

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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #185 on: May 26, 2020, 04:47:00 PM »
Grilling my yearly steak today.

   That's about how often I can afford a beefsteak myself ;D.

I really prefer seafood.  Steak maybe once a year, burger maybe 2-3 times a year, bison a few times.  Maybe pork once a year if I'm at a restaurant where they have something that looks good.  But mainly chicken and fish.

We buy half cow each year from my brother-in-law.  We haven't been able to find hogs to buy off a farm for years.  I would have loved to get one this year and help out a farmer but all the local locker plants are booked up though August or later (my wife has absolutely no interest in butchering a hog ourselves).

That said, we smoked a 14lb turkey yesterday and it's delicious!  Now I'm hungry. 8^(

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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #186 on: May 27, 2020, 06:35:30 PM »
Grilling my yearly steak today.

   That's about how often I can afford a beefsteak myself ;D.

I really prefer seafood.  Steak maybe once a year, burger maybe 2-3 times a year, bison a few times.  Maybe pork once a year if I'm at a restaurant where they have something that looks good.  But mainly chicken and fish.

We buy half cow each year from my brother-in-law.  We haven't been able to find hogs to buy off a farm for years.  I would have loved to get one this year and help out a farmer but all the local locker plants are booked up though August or later (my wife has absolutely no interest in butchering a hog ourselves).

That said, we smoked a 14lb turkey yesterday and it's delicious!  Now I'm hungry. 8^(

Paul

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I really dig that - that's the main reason why I hunt and fish. I don't do it frequently, or successfully, enough to supply much of my family's food, but it helps keep perspective.

I could never raise and butcher my own hog, mainly because it would become a new 600 pound pet for my wife, like all our chickens and ducks  ;D
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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #187 on: May 27, 2020, 06:46:40 PM »
Grilling my yearly steak today.

   That's about how often I can afford a beefsteak myself ;D.

I really prefer seafood.  Steak maybe once a year, burger maybe 2-3 times a year, bison a few times.  Maybe pork once a year if I'm at a restaurant where they have something that looks good.  But mainly chicken and fish.

We buy half cow each year from my brother-in-law.  We haven't been able to find hogs to buy off a farm for years.  I would have loved to get one this year and help out a farmer but all the local locker plants are booked up though August or later (my wife has absolutely no interest in butchering a hog ourselves).

That said, we smoked a 14lb turkey yesterday and it's delicious!  Now I'm hungry. 8^(

Paul

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I once raised and butchered a hog myself to get in touch with where my food comes from.  Once was more than enough for me.
I really dig that - that's the main reason why I hunt and fish. I don't do it frequently, or successfully, enough to supply much of my family's food, but it helps keep perspective.

I could never raise and butcher my own hog, mainly because it would become a new 600 pound pet for my wife, like all our chickens and ducks  ;D

We named ours after our landlord, so we had no qualms...
Life begins at 60.....1.060, that is!

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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #188 on: May 27, 2020, 07:19:20 PM »
Grilling my yearly steak today.

   That's about how often I can afford a beefsteak myself ;D.

I really prefer seafood.  Steak maybe once a year, burger maybe 2-3 times a year, bison a few times.  Maybe pork once a year if I'm at a restaurant where they have something that looks good.  But mainly chicken and fish.

We buy half cow each year from my brother-in-law.  We haven't been able to find hogs to buy off a farm for years.  I would have loved to get one this year and help out a farmer but all the local locker plants are booked up though August or later (my wife has absolutely no interest in butchering a hog ourselves).

That said, we smoked a 14lb turkey yesterday and it's delicious!  Now I'm hungry. 8^(

Paul

Paul

I once raised and butchered a hog myself to get in touch with where my food comes from.  Once was more than enough for me.
I really dig that - that's the main reason why I hunt and fish. I don't do it frequently, or successfully, enough to supply much of my family's food, but it helps keep perspective.

I could never raise and butcher my own hog, mainly because it would become a new 600 pound pet for my wife, like all our chickens and ducks  ;D

We named ours after our landlord, so we had no qualms...

I have no place to raise hogs but if I needed I could butcher one.  I don't have the correct tools, of course, so I'd end up chroastibs (Chop/Roast/Ribs) cut.   ;)

We did 100+ chickens and a dozen ducks every year so conceptually I understand the process.  I really don't want to butcher, but I'd give it try.
I don't have current need to know where my food comes from after helping raise 5000+ hogs, 500+ Cattle, 2500+ sheep and other critters too diverse to mention, as a kid.   ;D  I know exactly where (and how) our food comes to our tables.  That's why I love marinated lamb, chops grilled to perfection.

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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #189 on: May 27, 2020, 08:39:35 PM »
I contracted alpha gal syndrome from a tick bite a few years ago so I get a pretty intense allergic reaction several hours after eating any meat from a mammal. I eat a lot of chicken, turkey, duck, and seafood as well as vegetarian dishes. I am actually getting really good at making great tofu dishes. I didn’t eat too much meat, maybe once a month, because I had given up factory raised meat years ago, which left fewer and more costly options.
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What is cooking today?
« Reply #190 on: May 27, 2020, 09:26:19 PM »
When I bought this place there was only one restriction: I can’t raise hogs. LOL


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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #191 on: May 27, 2020, 11:13:48 PM »
Chicken Piccata with Garlic/Rosemary Roasted Yukon Gold Potatoes




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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #192 on: May 30, 2020, 11:58:26 PM »
Charcoal grilled lamb chops with an olive oil and red wine vinegar sauce, Brussels sprouts and rice.



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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #193 on: May 31, 2020, 10:25:33 PM »
Turkey kofta. Serving with homemade grilled pita, collard greens from the garden braised  with garlic and preserved lemons, fermented beets, tahini dressing.

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Re: What is cooking today?
« Reply #194 on: May 31, 2020, 10:52:49 PM »
Brisket French Dip Sandwich




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