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Discussion in 'Geek Food' started by Amfibius, Aug 9, 2007.

  1. broccoli

    broccoli Member

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    Yum, that looks perfect. (although I'll now have that song in my head all day....)
     
  2. wwwww

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    Any thoughts on what to do with this bad boy? - 1kg of MBS8 Striploin

    Last time I had 500mg of MBS9+ chuck roll I couldn't decide and ended up serving it to a bunch of drunk socialites raw - in my defence it was delicious.
     
  3. Benno1988

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    Recipeeee
     
  4. Foliage

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    Sous vide then sear the shit out of that fat.
     
  5. scon

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    Sous vide definitely sounds interesting, I didn't want to try a new technique with such a fine piece of meat so I just roasted it.

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  7. scon

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    I've been making a lot of donburi lately. This is Teriyaki Salmon Donburi with Cucumbers, Dressed Bean Sprouts, Grated Radish, Avocado, Shallots and Furikake.
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  8. scon

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    I made tortellini en brodo, mrs scon made shaved asparagus salad w/pine nuts.

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    Went out for a nice dinner for housemate's birthday. This was a selection of the things we enjoyed!

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  10. Quadbox

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    mmm... tartare...
     
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  11. MR CHILLED

    MR CHILLED D'oh!

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    Yeah pretty much just one thought :D
     
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  13. broccoli

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    That looks delicious. Some of me would go nicely in there, if you make it again.
     
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  14. illdrag0n

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    Some of my more recent smokes on the akorn

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  15. scon

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    Looks great. How good are smoked beef short ribs?
     
  16. BlueRaven

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    Never had pasta en brodo, looks delicious! Just a light vege broth, or chicken stock based...? How was the interesting shaved asparagus idea?

    Well done, that sounded really weird for just a split second. :lol:

    Dammmmmmmm... second from right, those are some JUICY looking ribs, nicely done.
    Brisket on the right? All looks delicious.
     
  17. illdrag0n

    illdrag0n Member

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    Yes and yes. Really getting into smoking over the last couple years
     
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  18. BlueRaven

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    The best I have is a a Weber (*cough* sorry, "Jackaroo") that's been sitting lonely and abused by the weather these many months...
    Pale imitation for a proper smoker, but time to go and give it clean and find a good local butcher for a properly cut pork butt, not the prepackaged Coles/Woolies gahbidge.

    I'd say enthusiastic things about building a UDS during the summer, but realistically....
    It would just be one more thing on a veeeerrrryy long to-do list. And that's just regarding food/cooking. :lol:
     
  19. illdrag0n

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    Still put out plenty good meat on the 'roo. Set up a good snake and keep an eye on temp and you're golden. I started on a Weber and moved to to the kamado which is more well rounded and has better heat control
     
  20. Stooge007

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    i've done several cooks on an imitation Weber i traded for a 6 pack

    never had anyone complain about the taste ;)

    probly due for another cook actually
     

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