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             I was so ready to start stuffing cubanelle peppers. One of our favorite summer meals. Pat made some arrabiata sauce, cooked some ground venison and mixed in the sauce. Split the peppers and stuffed them. Covered with shredded Asiago cheese. Popped into the smoker at 250 for awhile until cheese began to melt and get a good smoke color. 

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Painted a bit of cod with lemon butter, then topped it with bruschetta and panko. 11 minutes at 420 degrees. Peas too.

 

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         Good day here and got a lot of things done including some cooking. Started off the day with a bagel and cup of coffee on the back porch. Wonderful weather right now even though we have been missing the rain some of you all have been getting. Then it was time to make some bread out of the new book we just got. This would be white bread, called Saturday morning bread. May need to rename it depending on when you make it. So dough was mixed and turned. Within an hour and a half needed to turn twice more. Then a five hour first raise. While this was going on dirt was worked and a bed of Bok Choy was planted for Fall. Then more tomatoes sliced and another five trays went into dehydrator. A couple other projects then it was time for second raise. This involved a bit more dough work and splitting for two loaves. These two loaves went into cane banneton proofing baskets for five hours,

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   While this raise was going on the oven was preheated to 450 with two Dutch ovens  lids on. Oven hot in went the dough for 30 minutes lid on and then 20 lid off then we were gifted this,

thumbnail_0802201610.jpg   Bread now cooling off it was time for the afternoon meal. Grill fired up and coals hot duck breasts on and Pat went out to garden to pick basil. Balsamic vinegar working down to a syrup on the stovetop. She went to work on the Caprese  salad,thumbnail_0802201633.jpg       Plated up and consumed. I will spare you the pic of me slurping the juice off the side of the plate,thumbnail_0802201648a.jpg      Then dessert was a slice of the bread,thumbnail_0802201718.jpg    

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3 hours ago, ness said:

Made a batch of sauce and rub yesterday. Did a pork butt and made sliders with some slaw, pretty good corn and fries. 

You didn’t have your smoker on the deck did you?  Wouldn’t want to burn down an icon of the famed oaf “What’s cooking” thread. 😁

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             So after a morning of fishing we came home to what are we going to cook this afternoon? A trip to the freezer for a package of wild turkey carnita meat. Then to the garden for squash, cubanelle peppers and a couple jalapenos. As the turkey was thawing the grill was fired up and the veggies were cut up. A splash of olive oil and some tajin seasoning for some citrus flavor. With grill hot and apple wood smoking on the coals the basket put on and cooking. Pat heated the turkey meat and put on some BilletHead BBQ sauce. That became a sandwich and there was some of the microwave bread and butter pickles @ness led us to making. They were put on the sandwich too. Too nice a day to be eating in the house. We sat on the screened in porch enjoying the north breeze. Eating we were treated to the swarm of hummingbirds at three of the six feeders we have out,

 

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          Anybody seen one of these? A waring SB30 professional single burner. This thing is neat. it has a cast iron hot plate. I looked on Amazon it is a 175 dollar item. Did I pay that? HECK NO! We have found a lady that does some estate work. Ends up with a bunch of stuff that she sells. I spied this plus a couple other items. We asked her how much. She said fifteen bucks for all three pieces. I had no idea what I had until on the way home. It was brand new. So it got a work out this evening. We cook a bunch of bacon at a time for BLT's. No sense in stinking up the kitchen so we turned on this think and Pat went to work in the outside kitchen. No remarks about the fading paint on the picnic table!

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20 minutes ago, snagged in outlet 3 said:

I cook in my garage all the time, @BilletHead.  Specially fish or fried.  The girls have been hitting the garage sale circuit around here.  Can't beat a great find....

                Yep we cook all we can outside. Yes to watching out for bargains all the time. 

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