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Dinner last night: Stuffed jalapeños and BBQ Shrimp
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Leftover lunch today:
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Almond, blackberry and toasted pecan ice cream:
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Mother’s Day, Quarantine style

Chicken and waffles (Cook’s Illustrated yeasted waffle recipe is the best IMO), Andouille breakfast casserole, Cheddar biscuits with chorizo gravy

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French 76

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Texas Sheet Cake

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4 hours ago, ERhine said:

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Jalapeño Cornmeal waffle covered with crawfish/queso sauce:
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Pizza rolls:
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Boudin stuffed pork tenderloin:
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I would do to that waffle what the kid in American Pie did to the apple pie.  

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9 hours ago, DCA_HORN said:
11 hours ago, ERhine said:
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Jalapeño Cornmeal waffle covered with crawfish/queso sauce:
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Pizza rolls:
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Boudin stuffed pork tenderloin:
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So hypothetically what is the recipe for this waffle?

Yep I am wondering the same. That whole spread looks so badass

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3 hours ago, Bert Orange said:

Only the best jumbo Baltimore MD crab cakes and some lobster bisque for Mrs Orange

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Pics aren't showing up for me, but I'll take you word that the crabcakes were legit. Care to share a recipe?

Tried to wing some Faidley's-style cakes a couple of years back but weren't as good as what I remember picking up at Lexington Market.

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22 hours ago, DCA_HORN said:

So hypothetically what is the recipe for this waffle?

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Smoked a couple chickens yesterday for mother's day. Leftovers went into some kinda gumbo fridge soup with all the sausage I had in the fridge. Not traditional but did not suck at all. 5b4f66901cebd757e452d0238a468b82.jpg

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Oatmeal made with milk, vanilla, cinnamon, brown sugar, and chopped pecans, served in a warm Hull bowl. The secret is to mix the milk and vanilla and allow the flavors to combine for 7-8 seconds before adding it to the dry Great Value oatmeal. 
 

Don’t get too jealous

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Super scampi

Secret ingredient was
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Crusty bread for sauce soaking was dessert

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On 5/11/2020 at 12:40 AM, Braff Zacklin said:

Pics aren't showing up for me, but I'll take you word that the crabcakes were legit. Care to share a recipe?

Tried to wing some Faidley's-style cakes a couple of years back but weren't as good as what I remember picking up at Lexington Market.

1 cup mayo
1 tbsp Dijon 
1 egg
1 tsp Worcestershire
1 tbsp old bay
1 tbsp fresh tarragon
1 tbsp dry parsley
Salt and pepper

Mix together

Add 1 lb jumbo lump blue crap
Add 1/2-3/4 cup saltines or Ritz crackers mashed into crumbs

Toss gently

Form into patties and chill in fridge for 15 mins

Low broil for about 15 mins until browned

Enjoy
 

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3 hours ago, huge said:

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Super scampi

Secret ingredient was
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Crusty bread for sauce soaking was dessert

Man, last week I found a can of hearts of palm in the pantry. So I cooked some spaghetti (with the can juice added into the water) and tossed it with some olive oil, the hearts of palm, lemon juice, and Greek seasoning (mostly a blend of salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder). Man was it good. Some shrimp or scallops would have probably really set it off, but we work with what we have right?

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On 5/10/2020 at 2:56 PM, AustinMT said:

Mother’s Day, Quarantine style

Chicken and waffles (Cook’s Illustrated yeasted waffle recipe is the best IMO), Andouille breakfast casserole, Cheddar biscuits with chorizo gravy

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French 76

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Texas Sheet Cake

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Might need that casserole recipe.

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On ‎5‎/‎10‎/‎2020 at 2:56 PM, AustinMT said:

Mother’s Day, Quarantine style

Chicken and waffles (Cook’s Illustrated yeasted waffle recipe is the best IMO), Andouille breakfast casserole, Cheddar biscuits with chorizo gravy

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French 76

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Texas Sheet Cake

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That looks great, and if you don't plan on getting laid on Mother's Day, why not send her to the shitter all day?

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32 minutes ago, Rip76 said:

Might need that casserole recipe.

This is it.  I smoke the sausage as opposed to cooking it in a skillet and omitted the tomatoes.  I also mixed it up the night before to let the flavors meld and let the mixture soak into the bread.  Took it out of the refrigerator an hour before cooking

https://www.thespruceeats.com/spicy-breakfast-casserole-3051879

 

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Osso Bucco

Doesn’t look like 6 lbs of veal shanks
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Because it’s in the biggest Staub they make
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Served with polenta. Awesome as always.
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Felt like having some seafood tonight. Whipped up some crawfish étouffée. Good shit. Kids even ate it.


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Felt like having some seafood tonight. Whipped up some crawfish étouffée. Good shit. Kids even ate it.


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Looks fantastic, recipe?

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1.5 sticks butter

1/2 cup flour

Trinity

garlic

Crawfish to your hearts content (i used 2 bags of the frozen American crawfish from H-E-B)

2T tomato paste 

2-3 cups of Low Na+ chicken stock (depending on how thick u like it)

1T paprika

2T tony cacheres creole seasoning

1T dried parsley

1T worcestershire sauce

Take roux to a peanut butter color. Add trinity (With a pinch of salt). Sautée until softened, took me about 15 min.  Add tomato paste and spices. The creole seasoning is very salty so be careful how much added salt you add. Let it simmer for 10 min.  Add Worcestershire and crawfish. Simmer 10 more minutes and serve with white rice. 

Finish with Squeeze of lemon And hot sauce at table side 

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On 5/10/2020 at 12:35 PM, DCA_HORN said:
On 5/10/2020 at 10:33 AM, ERhine said:
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Jalapeño Cornmeal waffle covered with crawfish/queso sauce:
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Pizza rolls:
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Boudin stuffed pork tenderloin:
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So hypothetically what is the recipe for this waffle?

 

On 5/10/2020 at 9:56 PM, Zepol87 said:

Yep I am wondering the same. That whole spread looks so badass

 

On 5/11/2020 at 11:30 AM, squib said:

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I don't have a go to recipe for it.  Found a random one online, but then had to substitute like three ingredients based on what was in my fridge and then add jalapeños to it.

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On 5/10/2020 at 6:51 PM, Errestaurants said:

Smoked some chicken and made banana pudding aca45bd882ca0d94856aeb37dd612f1e.jpgdb3c9ebc035f19a51da14459ddc69c96.jpge73b090aeb0c77691b928f6c6d30af3b.jpgcf5e36dbcdd09ef7f20a0466118dbb11.jpg71f3e848145ca88209929eb3c4d9160b.jpg

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Ah, I see the PBC chicken in action.  That's some good chicken.

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Went to Sprouts for a salmon filet to smoke. Since they had some great deals on seafood I went ahead and picked up some skrimps and scallops (wife doesnt eat shrimp).

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52 minutes ago, ImissWallyPryor said:

Whole grain oat and almond flour pancakes with pecans, topped with pure maple syrup. Prepared on cast iron, served on Hull. 
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What is the deal with Hull?  You seem proud of it.

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20 minutes ago, Spur08 said:

Went to Sprouts for a salmon filet to smoke. Since they had some great deals on seafood I went ahead and picked up some skrimps and scallops (wife doesnt eat shrimp).

I present to you shrimp/scallop and grits, accompanied by smoked salmon. bb28ed32e54138a9b8cc4117b5fcbdb4.jpg0b50dd6e249f69bf3cbd1e28acf96b7f.jpg52d28861e9e8e1c6649cc2b9cb3de3f2.jpg

+rep for the shrimp. Salmon is never my first - or second - choice, but yours looks strangely appealing to me. 

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Daughter requested something “exciting” for dinner. Wasn’t sure if it went here or in the SteelShank thread. But since it’s on a real plate figured this one. Frito Pie Cheeseburgers:
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Jalapeño cornbread waffle, boudin, poached egg, Crystal Hollandaise:
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Posted (edited)
2 hours ago, ImissWallyPryor said:

What’s in the Fiesta package?

Bay leaves.

This recipe is very simple, but one of the best soups I’ve ever had.  
 

Mikey B’s White Bean and Sausage Soup

Ingredients
*  1 1/2 lb andouille sausage (sliced)
*  4 slices thick-cut bacon, chopped
*  1 cup chopped yellow onion
*  ½ cup chopped celery
*  3 (16-ounce) cans white beans, drained
*  3 (14.5-ounce) cans chicken broth
*  1 (10-ounce) can tomatoes with green chiles, drained
* 3 Bay Leaves
*  1 teaspoon kosher salt
*  1 teaspoon ground black pepper
*  ¼ teaspoon cayenne pepper
*  Garnish: fresh parsley and celery leaves
Instructions
1. In a large Dutch oven, cook sausage over medium-high heat until browned; remove and drain. Add bacon, and cook until browned. Remove, and drain, reserving at least 3 tablespoons grease in pan.
2. Add onion and celery, and cook, stirring frequently, until tender, Add Bay leaves (Be Careful not to break) and Cayenne.
3. Add beans, broth, tomatoes and green chiles, reserved sausage, and bacon, and stir to combine. Bring mixture to a boil over medium-high heat; reduce heat to medium low, and simmer, uncovered, stirring occasionally, about 30 minutes. Season with salt, pepper, and cayenne. 
4. I like soups a little thicker so I mash up about 1/2cup of the beans and stir back in for 5 to 10 min. 
5. Garnish with parsley and celery leaves, if desired. Serve warm.
6. Serve with cornbread and a beer of your choice.

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I know this isn’t authentic Jambalaya but the family loves this recipe.
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Dice some andouille sausage and fry it up so it’s crisp.

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Remove sausage and add shallots garlic and bell peppers and sweat them for a little. Left the sausage grease in the pan to sauté the veggies cause why the fuck not.

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After veggies are soft add a cup of white wine, Cajun seasoning and shrimp.

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Once shrimp turn pink at cooked white rice, crawfish tails and some butter.

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Cook a little bit and squeeze a fresh lemon over it, salt and pepper to taste.

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Serve with charred broccoli covered with olive oil, fresh garlic, fresh lemon and salt & pepper. Cook at 475 for 30 min.

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Dog is ready for some jambalaya.

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Time to eat.


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14 hours ago, Errestaurants said:

Smoked some spares again. Really like the Altstadt Amber Altbier with BBQ4c019a0456711376ca65280d4114ed04.jpg5e7bf049de78b0d7792a8ef6ff55ed81.jpg3e97858d313429de0bd2afb747e19d9f.jpge96597e0debea102152e2f4e69115c34.jpgeaa0c01ec1cecf928b284df462205e15.jpg

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Do you have a sister? I’d make one hell of a brother in law, and will bring the beer.

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1 hour ago, South Austin said:

Do you have a sister? I’d make one hell of a brother in law, and will bring the beer.

Yea. She is 5'11" and weighs about 190. Wears size 11 in men's tennis shoes. 

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