Recipe and Food Pics thread.

James

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Ok...kind of :lame: but wanted to record some cooking shows (FLN channel...extention of food network) in the not so distant future. While I was searching I came across some show that had in the topic section....fried "cow" testicles........You've got to wonder how some people manage to get by each day. :banghead: :shocked::shocked:
Once when we went snowboarding we sat with some older guys (70s maybe) in the fireplace lounge to eat. And holy damn did they have some f'd up stories about eating bull testies. :puke:
 
Once when we went snowboarding we sat with some older guys (70s maybe) in the fireplace lounge to eat. And holy damn did they have some f'd up stories about eating bull testies. :puke:
I think the worst "recipe" I've ever heard of and read about is something called "Son-of-a-Bitch". Cowboy cooks came up with this one...It's a soup or stew that sounds good at first then turns real bad...I don't remember what was in it that made it sound good but the bad part is ...they throw in all the organs!! WTF???? :eek: Apparently it got the name because it suppose to taste REAL good but once you learn what's in it your thoughts turn immediately to "you SOB"...:mad:
 
I think the worst "recipe" I've ever heard of and read about is something called "Son-of-a-Bitch". Cowboy cooks came up with this one...It's a soup or stew that sounds good at first then turns real bad...I don't remember what was in it that made it sound good but the bad part is ...they throw in all the organs!! WTF???? :eek: Apparently it got the name because it suppose to taste REAL good but once you learn what's in it your thoughts turn immediately to "you SOB"...:mad:
sounds like menudo :smirk:
 
WHile out at JV last weekend I fixed a meal of chicken thighs, squash and grilled pineapple and avocado

* a little garlic salt and pepper on the chick
* butter salt and pepper on the squash in a foil pouch and placed on the grill (10 minutes each side)
* a little salt and red pepper on the pineapple (cut into 4ths)
* a little garlic salt on the vacadoo (cut in half, remove the pit)
* an onion cut in half, oiled, salt and pepper and rolled with foil and placed on the grill (the longer you leave it the better it tastes)

When everythings about done I splashed a little tequila on the chick, pineapple and vacadooo (got to watch out for the flare ups) :shocked:
thn squeeze on some lime on all of it...:banana:
 
Perfect side for a good bbq::banana::banana:

Weathergeek"s baked bean casserole:

2 cans Bush's grillin' beans
1 can Bush's maple brown sugar baked beans
1 can Texas style beans
1 can Pork and Beans
1 can kidney beans
1 lb pollo asada
1 lb hamburger
8 oz. chorizo
8 oz. breakfast sausage
6-8 slices of bacon
6-8 oz. BBQ sauce of choice (something vinegar based is better)
6-8 oz. or so of mustard
1 onion chopped
1 serrano or jalapeno (optional if want heat) I do
Tbl spoon of Worcestershire
2 tbl spoon of brown sugar
4-6 oz maple or pancake syrup (cheap stuff works)


In a big pot, saute all the meats, onion and jalapeno and bbq or fry up the asada. Cook bacon 1/2 way. Remove bacon and set aside. In a baking dish or disposable large foil pan which makes clean up easier (like you would use for Thanksgiving), add all the cooked meats(except bacon) and the rest of the stuff together in foil pan and mix well. I also drain some of the juice from the beans so the dish is not so liquidy. Lay bacon strips on top of casserole and put in oven from 3-4 hours uncovered at 225-250 degrees. 1/2 way thru cooking, dab top of casserole to remove extra bacon grease.

Guaranteed crowd pleaser and not at all hard to make. 45-60 minutes prep time
 
Perfect side for a good bbq::banana::banana:

Weathergeek"s baked bean casserole:

2 cans Bush's grillin' beans
1 can Bush's maple brown sugar baked beans
1 can Texas style beans
1 can Pork and Beans
1 can kidney beans
1 lb pollo asada
1 lb hamburger
8 oz. chorizo
8 oz. breakfast sausage
6-8 slices of bacon
6-8 oz. BBQ sauce of choice (something vinegar based is better)
6-8 oz. or so of mustard
1 onion chopped
1 serrano or jalapeno (optional if want heat) I do
Tbl spoon of Worcestershire
2 tbl spoon of brown sugar
4-6 oz maple or pancake syrup (cheap stuff works)


In a big pot, saute all the meats, onion and jalapeno and bbq or fry up the asada. Cook bacon 1/2 way. Remove bacon and set aside. In a baking dish or disposable large foil pan which makes clean up easier (like you would use for Thanksgiving), add all the cooked meats(except bacon) and the rest of the stuff together in foil pan and mix well. I also drain some of the juice from the beans so the dish is not so liquidy. Lay bacon strips on top of casserole and put in oven from 3-4 hours uncovered at 225-250 degrees. 1/2 way thru cooking, dab top of casserole to remove extra bacon grease.

Guaranteed crowd pleaser and not at all hard to make. 45-60 minutes prep time
Mmmmmm.................I can see the sheets...they be floatin already!!! :smirk: :naughty:
 
Another resurection.............

I tried this one the other weekend...

Tri-Tip (sterak) and potatoes...

Tri-Tip - seasoning;
Worchestershire sauce - apply onto outside of tri-tip
Liberal amount of black pepper,
Garlic salt
*PLace over hot coals to really sear in flavor...turn until outside is completely seared then move aside and close lid...cook to 140-150

Potatoes - Small golden or new red potatoes
Boil until tender
Take out of water let cool a little, place towel over pototaoe and press until almost flat. Potatoe should be in one piece if breaking apart, it isn't cooked enough
Season each side with S & P
In a skillet pour in a little oil or butter with some garlic
Place potatoes in skillet and brown each side until crispy.........:thumb:

Beer or mixed drink...woops, wrong thread!
 
Perfect side for a good bbq::banana::banana:

Weathergeek"s baked bean casserole:

2 cans Bush's grillin' beans
1 can Bush's maple brown sugar baked beans
1 can Texas style beans
1 can Pork and Beans
1 can kidney beans
1 lb pollo asada
1 lb hamburger
8 oz. chorizo
8 oz. breakfast sausage
6-8 slices of bacon
6-8 oz. BBQ sauce of choice (something vinegar based is better)
6-8 oz. or so of mustard
1 onion chopped
1 serrano or jalapeno (optional if want heat) I do
Tbl spoon of Worcestershire
2 tbl spoon of brown sugar
4-6 oz maple or pancake syrup (cheap stuff works)


In a big pot, saute all the meats, onion and jalapeno and bbq or fry up the asada. Cook bacon 1/2 way. Remove bacon and set aside. In a baking dish or disposable large foil pan which makes clean up easier (like you would use for Thanksgiving), add all the cooked meats(except bacon) and the rest of the stuff together in foil pan and mix well. I also drain some of the juice from the beans so the dish is not so liquidy. Lay bacon strips on top of casserole and put in oven from 3-4 hours uncovered at 225-250 degrees. 1/2 way thru cooking, dab top of casserole to remove extra bacon grease.

Guaranteed crowd pleaser and not at all hard to make. 45-60 minutes prep time
WHile out at JV last weekend I fixed a meal of chicken thighs, squash and grilled pineapple and avocado

* a little garlic salt and pepper on the chick
* butter salt and pepper on the squash in a foil pouch and placed on the grill (10 minutes each side)
* a little salt and red pepper on the pineapple (cut into 4ths)
* a little garlic salt on the vacadoo (cut in half, remove the pit)
* an onion cut in half, oiled, salt and pepper and rolled with foil and placed on the grill (the longer you leave it the better it tastes)

When everythings about done I splashed a little tequila on the chick, pineapple and vacadooo (got to watch out for the flare ups) :shocked:
thn squeeze on some lime on all of it...:banana:
Please show pic of finshed recipe Next time you make those.:thumb:
 
Please show pic of finshed recipe Next time you make those.:thumb:
I would but.....1) I've yet to remember to take a picture of my Qing...2) I'm :lame: when it comes to down/up loading pci's (etc) onto this site...and others for that matter. Did it once and can't remember for the life of me how. Hell I don't remember waking up this morning :shocked:
 
Please show pic of finished recipe Next time you make those.:thumb:
OK...since you know I'm lame when it comes to pictures...picture this.

*Tri-Tip smeared with "WHATSTHATTHERE SAUCE", garlic salt and lots of black pepper...no other sauce necessary!
*A batch of new potatoes boiled then pressed flat and grilled golden brown, serve with sour cream
*Lettuce and tomato salad topped with grilled mexican scallions chopped up and Bacon Ranch dressing

Your favorite beverage to go along with it!
 
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