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Looks fantastic, but why don't they call it what it really is, boeuf bourguignon?

Yep, and there are good instapot versions of BB that are excellent and they take about 45 min start to finish. I did one two weeks ago that looked just like the one above.

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11 minutes ago, HouTex said:


Yep, and there are good instapot versions of BB that are excellent and they take about 45 min start to finish. I did one two weeks ago that looked just like the one above.

Indeed, I've done a couple and they're great. Just feel like busting out the dutch oven on occasion 

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4 hours ago, hopkinsnhorns said:

Looks fantastic, but why don't they call it what it really is: boeuf bourguignon?

 

2 hours ago, elfenix said:

missing pearl onions, not beef burgundy

Not to mention the mushrooms are cooked along with the beef, whereas in beef bourguignon they're sauteed separately and added back just prior to serving.  Also you're sieving and reducing the cooking liquid (something I didn't see listed in the methodin BB before serving.  Small differences, yes, but ones I imagine would impart a slightly different flavor to the sauce than you'd get with a traditional BB. The wine braised beef with mushrooms nonetheless looked amazing, and I fully intend on trying it in the near future.

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Trader Joe’s mix. Add a beer, a quarter cup of cheese, and a half a stick of butter. 350° for 50 minutes.

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Garlic-Lime Avocado Scrimps

3-4 Tbs Butter

4 cloves garlic, minced

cilantro, as desired.

salt/ pepper/ paprika/ cayenne

juice of one medium lime

15-18 medium, frozen shrimp peeled, deveined, and no tail

1 medium to large avocado, diced

 

melt butter in large skillet over medium high heat( 6-7 on a 10 pt scale) add garlic. Saute for about 2-3 minutes.

add scrimps, cilantro, and seasoning, Stir. Add lime juice.  Let it cook until meat is defrosted and warm.

Add avocado. Stir gently.  Serve over/ with pasta, rice, or plain( works for Keto)

Made this today and it was just freaking great.  Sorry no pics.

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My wife doesn’t like pork chops. I do like pork chops. My wife is out of town. I made a pork chop.

Before

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After 12 hours in whole milk and spices

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After 2 hour in sous vide, followed by cast iron sear

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With some butternut squash

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4 hours ago, Reynolds Woodcock said:

My wife doesn’t like pork chops.

How is this possible? I can only hope she has certain qualities that compensate for such a terrible shortcoming.

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