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PostPosted: Mon Sep 04, 2017 7:24 pm 
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My wife wanted to try the deli Mac and cheese but she didn't realize it was $6/lb.

So now we have $12 worth of Mac and cheese. Better be good.


It was pretty good. Don't know if it should cost more than turkey but I'd get it again.


Nothing like harmony for 12 bucks

Yesterday's harmony cost $35, but the remaining at home vacuum son at least got a second steak dinner tonight as a no cook dinner tonight.

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 16, 2017 7:47 pm 
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3 lb sirloin roast & potatoes.

Oddly enough my youngest had a game and wanted this over pizza.

Thankfully, because this means he'll eat this again at 1am and won't make a mess in the kitchen

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3 lb sirloin roast & potatoes.

Oddly enough my youngest had a game and wanted this over pizza.

Thankfully, because this means he'll eat this again at 1am and won't make a mess in the kitchen


Thanks for posting this.

Now I know my phone is broken.

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 16, 2017 7:55 pm 
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Confirmation my phone doesn't work.

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Confirmation my phone doesn't work.


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Dr. Kenneth Noisewater wrote:
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3 lb sirloin roast & potatoes.

Oddly enough my youngest had a game and wanted this over pizza.

Thankfully, because this means he'll eat this again at 1am and won't make a mess in the kitchen


Thanks for posting this.

Now I know my phone is broken.


Too bad. This and the gravy were amazing

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PostPosted: Sat Sep 16, 2017 10:39 pm 
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Dr. Kenneth Noisewater wrote:
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3 lb sirloin roast & potatoes.

Oddly enough my youngest had a game and wanted this over pizza.

Thankfully, because this means he'll eat this again at 1am and won't make a mess in the kitchen


Thanks for posting this.

Now I know my phone is broken.


Too bad. This and the gravy were amazing


You're just a mean person.

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PostPosted: Fri Sep 22, 2017 9:22 pm 
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Beer brats from the butcher.

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Burgers later on this afternoon/evening.

A turkey breast tomorrow.

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Pork tenderloin

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Pork tenderloin

Did the same tonight. It is true for almost anything, but especially with pork tenderloin, the flavor develops so much more with grilling as opposed to baking. Find yourself a beer, a fifteen minute youtube video you've wanted to watch for a while, and a couple of pork tenderloins and you can make dinner fantastic.

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Pork tenderloin

Did the same tonight. It is true for almost anything, but especially with pork tenderloin, the flavor develops so much more with grilling as opposed to baking. Find yourself a beer, a fifteen minute youtube video you've wanted to watch for a while, and a couple of pork tenderloins and you can make dinner fantastic.


I ended up cooking it tonight. I made a marinade this morning. Wife made a kale salad and some broccoli soup. Glorious.

Pork tenderloin is an affordable, yet high quality cut of meat. Underrated.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 25, 2017 7:50 am 
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Agree on pork tenderloin. I probably grill at least one of these a month, even during the winter. Its a perfect meal for just us two, or if you have two little ones like CHUSE who likely won't eat a very big portion.

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A turkey breast tomorrow.
Despite being pre-made patties and slightly overcooked, the burgers tasted pretty good. I was slightly drunk by the time I got the grill going.

The turkey breast turned out amazingly well. I also diced some potatoes with butter, garlic, chives, and a few other spices, wrapped them in foil and put them on the grill. Topped them with cheese that melted while the turkey rested. Good stuff.

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Marinated some flank steaks with the Weber Carne Asada powder you mix with lime juice -- it had a lot more kick than I would have expected off a grocery store shelf. Not bad.

Also took some sweet potatoes and peeled them, then cut them in finger sized wedges. Toss in some oil and then put them on direct heat for about three minutes per a couple sides each to get a little bit of char and smoke. Took them and spread them on a baking sheet and then baked them for about 15 minutes at 350 so they were cooked through. Made a lime vinagrette with some salt and pepper and brushed it on before serving -- those things were pretty, pretty good. Never tried grilling sweet potatoes before, but it was a good mix of sweet, smoky, salty, sour... all the S's were there.

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Smoking some baby back ribs in the electric smoker for about 4 hours and some potatoes as well. Maybe have a beer or two to drown my sorrows.

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Will be there for dinner around 7, and then I'll no show.

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Dinner was ready at 6:15 Frank

Spoiler alert it's gone and it was delicious.

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$4 box of pulled barbq chicken and a 2ft long take n bake French loaf from Aldi.

I microwaved the chicken (the box said it recommends this) and toasted the bread in the oven

It's pretty good

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I microwaved...
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Is there a "what's for dinner?" thread? This seems sort of like a catch-all.


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I microwaved...
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5lb rib roast and potatoes with shallots, rosemary and beef fat trimmed from the roast. And Knob Creek a great friend gave me.

But between my sons and the Rottweiler puppy, I probably won't get any :lol:

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5lb rib roast and potatoes with shallots, rosemary and beef fat trimmed from the roast. And Knob Creek a great friend gave me.

But between my sons and the Rottweiler puppy, I probably won't get any :lol:


Did you actually grill the roast? I've never done that before.

I used the reverse sear method to cook my Christmas rib roast. It turned out awesome.


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A mixture of direct & indirect work on the Weber. It's become pretty foolproof.

Oddly the reverse sear seems like the better way to go, but I've never tried it out. I probably will go that route on the next session.

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