What's for dinner tonight ?

Discussion in 'Recipes, Storage and Preparation of Seafood' started by scott craven, Jan 31, 2014.

  1. sasqman

    sasqman Crew Member

    Surf and Turf a la anchor............ and yes that's a pool of butter on my steak. :)
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  2. Chasin' Dreams

    Chasin' Dreams Well-Known Member

    Apple wood smoked back ribs, potatoes, onion, garlic, peppers from the garden on the bbq, zucchini, cherry tomatoes, garlic, red onion, basil also from the garden cast iron sauteed, and salad with some ingredients from the garden and some bought with candied nuts, dates, raspberries, strawberries, sweet corn, red onion, feta cheese, sweet peas, cherry tomatoes lightly tossed in my wife's home made honey lime vinaigrette dressing. With orange creamsicle pie for desert. Trying to grow more and more foods we eat regularly at home now. Really enjoying growing the veggies, fruit and berries.








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  3. tubber

    tubber Well-Known Member

    I went to Save-on to get a $3.49/lb whole brisket which is a smokin' deal. More on that once I decide what to do with it.
    While there I spotted the english muffins beside the eggs.
    Smoked kokanee Eggs Benny with grainy dijon Hollandaise. Homemade, homegrown boysenberry jam on the side. Don't grow them if you have access to free blackberries. They are just as prickly, with bigger, but fewer berries than wild.
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  4. tubber

    tubber Well-Known Member

    Did the flat side of the brisket on the gas grill on indirect heat with a smoke box for 6 hours and then 3 more in foil then one more of rest.
    Was good and tender, but could be a little more moist. I need to get a real smoker that can do steady 225*F. And a better camera, but the 2011 Nokia won't die.
  5. Gear'n'beer!

    Gear'n'beer! Well-Known Member

    Brisket is a tough one.......you gotta go full brisket nerd. Don't be too tough (pun intended) on yourself.....looks great!
  6. walleyes

    walleyes Crew Member

    Some hard core traditional foods here tonight. These are all Romanian dishes ( Fathers side of the family )

    Full of flavours you don’t search for the flavour in these dishes they jump out and grab you.

    This is Chiftele ( Romanian Meatballs ), Marosszeki ( Romanian Pork Goulash ) with Traditional Mamaliga. You put the goulash on top of the mamaliga when you eat it and eat the meatballs dry in the side.


    Marasszeki. Pork simmered for 4 hours in tomatoes, tomatoe paste, 4 heaping table spoons of Hungarian Paparika, onions, half pint of sauerkraut, carrots, dill, Bayleaves and other spices. All vegetables from the garden of course.

    Chiftele. Half Pork half beef burger mixed with potatoes, onions lots of dill and seasonings.

    Mamaliga. Corn Meal cooked in milk, chicken stock and simmered onions in butter. Topped with Feta cheese and Dill.

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  7. Rain City

    Rain City Crew Member

    Man that's my kind of meal! Stick to your reeeeibs.
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  8. Big Green Machine

    Big Green Machine Well-Known Member

    Very nice, the cornmeal is grits on steroids!
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  9. sasqman

    sasqman Crew Member

    Looks so good!!
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  10. Reeltime

    Reeltime Well-Known Member

    Great looking dishes, i really like the sauerkraut touch in the goulash, gonna give this a definite try
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  11. tubber

    tubber Well-Known Member

    Osoyoos sockeye sushi. Frozen for 6 days. Good taste and texture. soosh.jpg

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