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Mitch f last won the day on August 29

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About Mitch f

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  • Birthday 05/03/1961

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    Ellisville, MO
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    Fishing, Golf, trying to offer meaningful guidance to my kids

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  1. Here here, that is the kind of criticism up with which I shall not put!
  2. Mitch f

    What's Cooking?

    We brought our baby with us. But sometimes I need it
  3. Mitch f

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    I always thought he was from Belleville, IL. But maybe he was born in kS
  4. Mitch f

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    Hint: I was there 29 years ago at Medinah Country Club when he won the US Open.
  5. Mitch f

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    Ok here I am at my anniversary dinner last night. Can anyone name the guy in the background? He was celebrating his anniversary dinner too.
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    I’ve got a question for you guys. I’ve come full circle on cooking steaks.I’m back to the method I started with, but this journey has at least given me the understanding as to why it works so well. My question is, how do you cook and sear your steaks? Let’s talk about how I used to salt the steaks first. I was taught to only salt right before cooking. I’ve since read that salting right before cooking is kind of true, but not the best way. The salt draws the liquid out then and forms small puddles, then it will eventually re-absorb back in. If leave the salt on for about 45 minutes then cook, you run the risk of cooking a mediocre dryish steak. I now salt them the day before and the flavor is always good. The other old school thing I was taught was to sear at first to lock in the juices...this turned out to be false. At least for me. The newer method was to sear at the end. It kind of makes sense to do that if you’re cooking your steak Sous Vide or smoking them on a pellet grill and need something to sear them at the end. My favorite and now what I consider the best method is to take my steaks that were salted the day before, wipe them dry then apply an ever so thin coat of Olive Oil, then put on the grill straight under a single layer of coals and flip them every 30 seconds to one minute until they reach about 135 degrees. The crust on the outside is unreal and the flavor is so rich. So what kind of methods do you guys use?
  7. I’d love to catch a meth head stealing from me. I’d probably be in jail the next day
  8. How has traffic on Taney picked up after Bill caught this fish?
  9. Mitch f

    What's Cooking?

    Martini 🍸 with Cilantro clippings! Broiled red snapper with a fried small crab on top. oh yes, started with Lobster Bisque
  10. Mitch f

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    I love Fuzzys, we have one on Manchester rd.
  11. Mitch f

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    My brother tells me Mission Tacos is a good place.
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