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  1. Sep 11, 2019 #4591

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    Looks yummy! I like 135 for brisket, but I cook it for about 72 hours. One thing I don't like is how much it dries out when finished at 300 over smoke for a couple hours. How do you reheat the tri tip?
     
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    We actually didn't reheat it. It came out of the fridge cold and I tried to slice it as thin as possible. Toasted the slider buns, melted provolone, mushrooms (which were warm), tomato, avocado. I had a hard enough time keeping their little hands out of the cold cuts prior to plating.
     
  4. Sep 11, 2019 #4594

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    It is grey outside, but hummus inside!
     
  5. Sep 11, 2019 #4595

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    Hummus is my kryptonite food, I can gain 5lbs a week eating nothing but hummus and veg ....
     
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  6. Sep 12, 2019 #4596

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    Haha, I hear you. Delicious and dangerous! It’s supposed to be very healthy (maybe it is) but it’s a real gainomax in disguise.
    It’s also beige, which means my son loves it. And he needs plenty of kryptonite.
     
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    Well, fat and carbohydrates. The tahini is over half fat, and the chickpeas are ⅔ carbohydrates.

    Despite that, it's actually not too bad. There isn't that much tahini in hummus, and the chickpeas contain a reasonable amount of protein (nearly 9%). Because the chickpeas are cooked (and are over one-half water after that), the caloric value is quite low, and hummus contains a decent amount of fibre. There are lots of snack foods that are tons worse…

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5188421/
     
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    Let me pump the brakes on all this food awesomeness.

    Steel cut oatmeal with a touch of maple syrup.

    (Drops the mic!)

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  9. Sep 13, 2019 at 3:15 PM #4599

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    Chicken dinner
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  10. Sep 13, 2019 at 3:45 PM #4600

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    Happy Mid-Autumn Festival. Homemade mini mooncakes.
     

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  11. Sep 14, 2019 at 5:35 AM #4601

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    Had to do a second test run on the new tabletop gas grill. Pork tenderloins.

    It even does pretty good in the wind when the lid is closed.

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    Chili relleno
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    Going to a potluck picnic. I’m bringing Ratatouille. Hope to get in some surf fishing while the lady talk about their feelings. :)
     

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    Simple breakfast before heading to the beach
     
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    Meatloaf the other night on the Rec Tec. Fantastic
     

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    Today a small prime rib to try out along with some brats and mild Italian sausage to snack on beforehand.
     

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  19. Sep 15, 2019 at 11:09 AM #4609

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    We’ve been working on learning some basic chocolate work. They’re filled with banana and passion fruit purée ganache. Later this week we’re going to work on developing a good Earl Grey ganache and should be getting some Madagascar chocolate and vanilla beans to test as well.


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    More Semmeln (Bavarian style bread rolls):
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    To my chagrin, I made these, beginning to end, without touching any knife at all, not even once. I guess that provides me with a firm reservation for an extended period in purgatory.

    In my defence, once it was all done, I used a Wüsthof Super Slicer to cut them into halves. "Your honour, would you please consider the extenuating circumstances of this case, just this once?"
     
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  22. Sep 15, 2019 at 12:31 PM #4612

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    The results
     

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    0914192027.jpg Sous vide butter poached salmon on grits with fresh corn kernals.
     
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    I will add peas to the leftovers tonight
     
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    lol that coleslaw looking like fettucine
     
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    southern boy? my ma makes mango upside down.
     
  28. Sep 15, 2019 at 10:48 PM #4618

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    I'm a New Mexican. I had to restrain myself not to put green chile in it!
     
  29. Sep 15, 2019 at 11:29 PM #4619

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    This one is beginning to go out of season so we are changing it up with similar components but for now:
    • Financier (Almond + Browned butter cake)
    • Sweet Crema (Mascarpone+Cream+Condensed Milk)
    • Honey sponge crumble (Think inside of a crunchie bar but made w/honey)
    • Cherry gel
    •Roasted cherries (lemon, sugar, salt, 500 oven)
    • with quenelle of Apricot Sorbet and micro green
     
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  30. Sep 16, 2019 at 6:46 PM #4620

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    Made a batch of Masaman curry (for the first time. Had it before from some local Thai restaurants, but wanted to make some so the kids could try it.

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