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Jalapeno cornbread, fresh out of the oven
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Was having a get together with some old friends, roasted 4 pork knuckles. Put the meat and crackling in buns with pickles, dijon mustard, and pickled cabbage. Also roasted some potatoes under the knuckles in the drippings.

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First time making pheasant… didn’t want to risk drying it out, so I opted for sous vide. Did a basic stuffing with onion, mushroom, apple, and sage. Sous vide at 145 for 4 hours, smoked for 2 to dry out the skin, then finished it with a torch. Was a success, and turned out moist!


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Well, that's what my little granddaughter declared when she served up this plate for her aunt. 😁 It's a pretty cool kit that has a plastic santoku and all the parts are velcro'd together so she can pretend to cut and a bunch of pans for pretend cooking. :)

But, per usual, she insisted on cooking (real) eggs so today we went for...

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Muffin tin frittatas. :)
 
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Pulled out the wok and made a big pan of shrimp Pad Thai. The wok seasoning is coming along, but I definitely don't use it enough... gotta try out some new stir fry dishes.

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I just spoke with my father in law about that wok. I have a small grill and said that I need to buy a wok like yours. My father in law saw the pics and said I have such a wok at home - what a match!!! Thanks for the idea!
 
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Damn, looks awesome, I’m jealous! I want this setup so badly
I do 95% of my cooking outdoors and love it. Luckily with the southeast Florida weather I can do it year round, although with a 200,000 BTU burner, 69000 BTU grill and a 5000 watt induction I've got enough heat to cook in a blizzard!

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I do 95% of my cooking outdoors and love it. Luckily with the southeast Florida weather I can do it year round, although with a 200,000 BTU burner, 69000 BTU grill and a 5000 watt induction I've got enough heat to cook in a blizzard!

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Nice! I'm in Florida also, albeit the other coast, but idk if I could ever fully commit to something like that... the flies are the worst!!
 
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Nice! I'm in Florida also, albeit the other coast, but idk if I could ever fully commit to something like that... the flies are the worst!!
You'd have to have something screened in. Not too bad with flies here, but we have a ton of mosquitos. I have one of these electronic zappers... works great on flies too!

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You'd have to have something screened in. Not too bad with flies here, but we have a ton of mosquitos. I have one of these electronic zappers... works great on flies too!

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Here we have serious fly seasons, where leaving a door open for 30 minutes means killing 45 flies. I don't know what I would do without my Bug-A-Salt with laser sight.

Never did get the skill of hitting flies out of the air with an electrified tennis racket.
 
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