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Old 07-12-2011, 01:11 AM   #1081
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is that Shank braised? looks good....creme brulee too
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Old 07-18-2011, 12:38 AM   #1084
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^^ You eat that in you car?????

Just got a slow cooker, very excited. Pulled pork sandwiches are one of the first things on my list
We do that about every two months. Just salt, pepper and chilis, maybe some Ms Dash, on a 1/4 pork shoulder and one chopped medium onion. Once cooked, drain out most, but not all of the juice, shred it with forks and add salt, pepper, chilis and maybe a little BBQ sauce, but not too much. Serve with good white rolls or even cheap white hamburger buns and then make sandwiches with pork, bbq sauce and homemade coleselaw. The coleslaw is key. SOooooo good.
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Old 07-27-2011, 10:34 AM   #1088
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Butter poached shrimp on top of a spinach pasta tossed with a roasted red pepper mainara sauce served with a roasted garlic and italian cheese crostini.

Last night, I guess the best way to describe it would be a blackened shrimp club. (Bottom up) Turkey bacon, blackened shrimp, tomoato, avocado, romaine lettuce and a sauce that was made from light mayo, light sour cream and a little sriacha.
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Old 07-28-2011, 09:42 AM   #1089
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Sesame seared tuna with a string cucumber salad... julienne the eff out of the cucumber, added some rice vinegar, oil, soy sauce, salt, and pickled ginger juice, let sit for at least an hour in the fridge, shaking or stirring every once in a while

Dipping sauce was made with soy sauce, rice vinegar, honey, and pickled ginger

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Steamed mussels in a white wine broth with leeks, jalapeno, and garlic, served with some ciabatta crostini

oven at 400, cut and bake bread until somewhat crispy but chewy... once it cools off it will firm up and become crispy, shouldn't take more then 10 or so minutes... brushed with evoo and a little sprinkle of kosher salt and fresh ground black pepper

PEI mussels... sautee the leeks and jalapeno... you can wait until caramelizing, however i only used one leek so i didn't want to cook it that much or else there would have been nothing in the pan lol... add garlic the last minute, some salt and pepper, then pour in a cup of white wine, add mussels, let steam/low boil for 8 minutes... next time i'll be adding a couple tsp of flour to the broth once i get the mussels in the bowl... broth was great, however it would have been nice a little thicker

toss with fresh parsley right before plating

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That tuna looks soooo good!! had something similar last night


i should start taking photos of my food.. i just feel weird doing it..lol
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Russo, your cooking skills make me question your sexuality, FYI. No normal man should be that good at cooking food, nor that kind of presentation.
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hahaha thanks guys... more to come, bring some life back to this forum
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Was tired after the gym... Mac n cheese with mixed veggies



Other night was taco night. Didn't take pictures of anything else.


(just to show the size)
Chicken fried steak

las vegass

So this is all in the span of about half a year, I guess I'll start taking more pictures of my food..
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Russo, your cooking skills make me question your sexuality, FYI. No normal man should be that good at cooking food, nor that kind of presentation.

there's no question in my mind....he's a h0m0 (no h0m0).................. and prolly french too (he knows a sh!tload about wine)
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Old 08-07-2011, 08:26 PM   #1098
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there's no question in my mind....he's a h0m0 (no h0m0).................. and prolly french too (he knows a sh!tload about wine)


italian and bi-curious actually
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I knew it!

On a food note, anyone of you ever been too shy to take a picture of your food in a restaurant.....had an awesome meal on saturday night, but I just couldn't get myself to pull out the camera in the restaurant (we were seated in the middle of the room, and I didn't want to draw any more attention)
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