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On 1/27/2019 at 4:34 PM, Chief Grey Bear said:

I'm not good with it one bit! My wife demands I cook all flavor and moister out of her steak so she can rehydrate it in ranch dressing!

 

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On 1/27/2019 at 5:34 PM, Chief Grey Bear said:

I'm not good with it one bit! My wife demands I cook all flavor and moister out of her steak so she can rehydrate it in ranch dressing!

 

Well get over it numbnuts. We went out Saturday night and she ordered a steak, well done, and smothered it with Country Bobs. Said it was very tasty and she was very happy. If that makes her happy then I'm good. 

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Speaking of ruining steaks, where in this area can you get a decent Chicken Fried Steak??? Anyone?? The last several I have tried would get that establishment burned to the ground if they tried to serve something like that in south Oklahoma. 

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30 minutes ago, Flysmallie said:

Speaking of ruining steaks, where in this area can you get a decent Chicken Fried Steak??? Anyone?? The last several I have tried would get that establishment burned to the ground if they tried to serve something like that in south Oklahoma. 

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Before Christmas if there was a kitchen gadget that I would have said we don't have a use for, it would have been an instant pot.

Then we got one and I had to feign excitement.

Then we used it.

Now I am a believer in it.

It's not that it makes incredible food, though it does make some really good rice.

It is great though that instead of going out to eat because we forgot to thaw something out we can actually toss some stuff in there, head to the gym or clean around the house, and have a pretty good, cooked from frozen dinner. 

It also made some of the easiest I have ever done "hardboiled" eggs. Babies peeled just perfectly, every. single. one. of. them.

 

I made the chili recipe listed in Rinella's "Meateater" cook book. went a little heavier on the chipotles in adobo, and two poblano's and an anaheim instead of three poblanos. 
next time definitely going to go even a little more chipotle's, all poblano's to up the spice level a little bit, but may add some carrots or something to add a little sweetness to some of your bites. Used venison that was cut with about 25% pork since I mostly feed it to people who don't love ground deer. Was very meat heavy (delicious), did enjoy the lack of beans compared to my wife's normal bean and vegetable heavy chili. 
Going to try the coconut curry fish packs sometime soon as well when I eat alone since the wife doesn't love coconut, or curry.

Academy has some beer but chicken racks that hold your can and allow you to just lift a chicken off without it getting stuck to the grill grates. Definitely glad I grabbed a couple of them. Going to whip up some grilled chicken salad this evening for lunches this week. 

 

Another note - How can I post pictures on here from my phone? Do I have to upload them to something like I used to do with the IMG codes or can I just insert them from my camera gallery?

 

That's all my current and recent cooking exploits from the last week or so.

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