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    Veal rib chop - stuffed with Fontina, Proscuitto and sage...grillled on the BGE....served with whipped potatoes, brussels sprouts and mushroClick image for larger version

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    Every part of that looks sooo... Good! Did you sous vide that veal chop first or just grill it? That is one heck of an appetizing meal!

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    Grilled pompano escabeche.



    And a smoked turkey I did on my day off...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Deckhand View Post
    Every part of that looks sooo... Good! Did you sous vide that veal chop first or just grill it? That is one heck of an appetizing meal!
    Thanks Deck! I just grilled the chop. I'm a fan of the reverse sear method...but these veal chops, although thick, cook quickly. With the BGE, I sear them at 500 plus on both sides, then kill the heat down to 350 or so, and it's less than 8 minutes to 140 internal. Very different than how I would cook a steak.
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    Bread pudding tonight with extra bits that were laying around.
    Basic custard base with the addition of coffee and cinnamon.
    In with the bread there are toasted pecans, banana and semi sweet chocolate.
    Boiling that can of condensed milk for a couple hours to make dulce de leche and add a bit of meyers dark rum and cinnamon to that.


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    @K-Fed, that pompano with escabeche sounds and looks great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TamanegiKin View Post
    Bread pudding tonight with extra bits that were laying around.
    Basic custard base with the addition of coffee and cinnamon.
    In with the bread there are toasted pecans, banana and semi sweet chocolate.
    Boiling that can of condensed milk for a couple hours to make dulce de leche and add a bit of meyers dark rum and cinnamon to that.

    That sounds good. Love bread and rice pudding. Comfort food to me.

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    TamanegKin, did you instagram that photo? Where is the finished result, you can't just tease us with with your mise en place?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Namaxy View Post
    Veal rib chop - stuffed with Fontina, Proscuitto and sage...grillled on the BGE....served with whipped potatoes, brussels sprouts and mushroAttachment 7515oms.

    +1,837,083 !!!!!!

    That sounds absolutely delicious
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    K-Fed,

    Your grilled pompano escabeche, looks and sounds delicious. Did your pops catch it or is that from the local market for your restaurant?
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