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#2826 2021-07-25 11:55am

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cool Very nice, Chef.

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#2827 2021-07-25 2:21pm

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#2828 2021-07-25 9:41pm

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#2829 2021-07-25 9:42pm

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Made In Taiwan #1.....You Have Chosen Wisely!  Guaranteed Strength
Would you trust a fat ugly lazy drunk to weld up a frame that will be ridden hard?
$20 goes a long way here
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#2830 2021-07-26 10:52am

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Lamb culotte (Against my better judgement I followed the cooking instruction on the package. So it ended up well done, but, luckily, not dry), green salad, potatoes baked with herbs, and tzatziki.

https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/513 … 3d46_c.jpg

Looks good to me. cool

It was. But it would have been better if I had followed my gut feeling and pulled it out of the oven 10 minutes earlier, so it could rest to medium...


Saturday's last day of the summer holiday dinner (with my sister and niece, who had just started theirs).
First, grilled sausage, salad, mustard, left over garlic/lemon mayo from Friday's langoustine/shrip-fest:

https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/51336150407_a146f41d06_c.jpg


Then, the most perfect rare entrecôte I've cooked on a grill:

https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/51337093863_0747bfee21_c.jpg


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#2831 2021-07-26 11:34am

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K_50 wrote:

AJ Macaroo wrote:

K_50 wrote:

Lamb culotte (Against my better judgement I followed the cooking instruction on the package. So it ended up well done, but, luckily, not dry), green salad, potatoes baked with herbs, and tzatziki.

https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/513 … 3d46_c.jpg

Looks good to me. cool

It was. But it would have been better if I had followed my gut feeling and pulled it out of the oven 10 minutes earlier, so it could rest to medium...


Saturday's last day of the summer holiday dinner (with my sister and niece, who had just started theirs).
First, grilled sausage, salad, mustard, left over garlic/lemon mayo from Friday's langoustine/shrip-fest:

https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/513 … 1d06_c.jpg


Then, the most perfect rare entrecôte I've cooked on a grill:

https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/513 … ee21_c.jpg

Mighty tasty looking indeed my friend. cool

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#2832 2021-07-26 12:35pm

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#2833 2021-07-26 4:09pm

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#2834 2021-07-26 4:09pm

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#2835 2021-07-26 5:43pm

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wink


So...Being nosey...
I.see the.clock says 9:37.
You eat that late at night?  No heartburn etc?

I ate a steak at 11pm once..
Tossed and turned all night.  Hot flashes, sweating etc...
Never again!

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#2836 2021-07-26 6:02pm

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Grilled wild salmon, with caprese salad. Tomatoes and basil fresh from the garden and homemade croutons…

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/232402/06c21932-bc3d-41a8-adbf-82c020c8b76c60ff5b2809.jpeg

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#2837 2021-07-26 6:03pm

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I have a question for you AJ.Have you ever made a dish that was so visually appealing,you did not want to eat it,with fear of ruining it?


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#2838 2021-07-26 6:34pm

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spyker wrote:

The preparation is perfect!

Thanks Neil, appreciate the kind words as always. smile

I have a question for you AJ.Have you ever made a dish that was so visually appealing,you did not want to eat it,with fear of ruining it?

That I’ve made or someone else?

Made myself at home for personal consumption that would be no. Made in a professional setting before events or sent to tables yes, more times than I care to share. My crews and I would always say before sending out finished meals trays after trays perfectly prepared and presented “Those are some f*cking heartbreakers right there…f*cking go before it gets cold” lol

Man, just good times beyond belief. Could tell stories for days of my 26 years in the industry. Kinda miss it tbh. I’m getting to old for the stress levels it brings especially how f*cked up the industry currently is financially with owners trying to make a profit. Glad I got out when I did but still support my people as much as I can. I’ve been saying that forever and ever.

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#2839 2021-07-26 6:40pm

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If I did not see the stove in the background...I'd be calling your bluff and asking "which restaurant?"

smile

Haha! Yes sir, it was made in house of course. cool

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So...Being nosey...
I.see the.clock says 9:37.
You eat that late at night?  No heartburn etc?

I ate a steak at 11pm once..
Tossed and turned all night.  Hot flashes, sweating etc...
Never again!

Yes, late night meals almost happen on a every other day basis. My wife and I work extremely odd hours that are never permanent. I hardly ever get any heartburn eating late and can work long hours with only 5 hours of sleep. Late night owls we are…cool

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#2840 2021-07-26 6:47pm

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Grilled wild salmon, with caprese salad. Tomatoes and basil fresh from the garden and homemade croutons…

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … b2809.jpeg

That is a perfect summer meal right there! Excellent work! Love the homemade croutons. It’s so simple to knock out when you have some not so fresh bread laying around. Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Fresh Garlic, Salt, Black Pepper, Onion Powder, Crushed Red Pepper,  Pinch of Sugar. Toss and bake til golden and cool. Won and Done!

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#2841 2021-07-26 7:09pm

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AJ Macaroo wrote:

tacoman wrote:

AJ Macaroo wrote:

Haha! Yes sir, it was made in house of course. cool

wink


So...Being nosey...
I.see the.clock says 9:37.
You eat that late at night?  No heartburn etc?

I ate a steak at 11pm once..
Tossed and turned all night.  Hot flashes, sweating etc...
Never again!

Yes, late night meals almost happen on a every other day basis. My wife and I work extremely odd hours that are never permanent. I hardly ever get any heartburn eating late and can work long hours with only 5 hours of sleep. Late night owls we are…cool

Nah...i need 7 to 8 hrs. smile

I can function off of 5 hrs for a day or two...then the wall hits.


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#2842 2021-07-26 7:21pm

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tacoman wrote:

AJ Macaroo wrote:

tacoman wrote:

wink


So...Being nosey...
I.see the.clock says 9:37.
You eat that late at night?  No heartburn etc?

I ate a steak at 11pm once..
Tossed and turned all night.  Hot flashes, sweating etc...
Never again!

Yes, late night meals almost happen on a every other day basis. My wife and I work extremely odd hours that are never permanent. I hardly ever get any heartburn eating late and can work long hours with only 5 hours of sleep. Late night owls we are…cool

Nah...i need 7 to 8 hrs. smile

I can function off of 5 hrs for a day or two...then the wall hits.

I feel ya, everyone is different.

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#2843 2021-07-26 9:01pm

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Surf & Turf; steak, fried shrimp, rice, and crab cake with a little mango salsa.
https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/201992/05d3fc8d-56b1-426d-aff3-800caf62fa3e60ff8452b9.jpeg


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#2844 2021-07-26 9:51pm

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Surf & Turf; steak, fried shrimp, rice, and crab cake with a little mango salsa.
https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 452b9.jpeg

That’s a smoking looking meal right there. Excellent work Chris! cool

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#2845 2021-07-26 10:02pm

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AJ Macaroo wrote:

Vert Ripper wrote:

Grilled wild salmon, with caprese salad. Tomatoes and basil fresh from the garden and homemade croutons…

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … b2809.jpeg

That is a perfect summer meal right there! Excellent work! Love the homemade croutons. It’s so simple to knock out when you have some not so fresh bread laying around. Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Fresh Garlic, Salt, Black Pepper, Onion Powder, Crushed Red Pepper,  Pinch of Sugar. Toss and bake til golden and cool. Won and Done!

Thanks man! It was bomb!

Agreed! It’s the little touches that take it to meals next level! Fresh tomatoes, fres mozzarella, and homemade croutons! Boom cool


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#2846 2021-07-26 10:11pm

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Vert Ripper wrote:

AJ Macaroo wrote:

Vert Ripper wrote:

Grilled wild salmon, with caprese salad. Tomatoes and basil fresh from the garden and homemade croutons…

https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … b2809.jpeg

That is a perfect summer meal right there! Excellent work! Love the homemade croutons. It’s so simple to knock out when you have some not so fresh bread laying around. Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Fresh Garlic, Salt, Black Pepper, Onion Powder, Crushed Red Pepper,  Pinch of Sugar. Toss and bake til golden and cool. Won and Done!

Thanks man! It was bomb!

Agreed! It’s the little touches that take it to meals next level! Fresh tomatoes, fres mozzarella, and homemade croutons! Boom cool

Absolutely! You rocked it! Thank you for sharing with us. big_smile

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#2847 2021-07-30 6:31pm

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Breakfast for dinner…wink

Corned beef hash, 3 over medium eggs, fresh Pico and homemade salsa and toast. https://s3.amazonaws.com/uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/248463/b5ba3d9b-7b20-4f03-8955-bf518474189c6104a7f567.jpeg


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#2848 2021-07-31 5:15am

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Half tray pan pizza, sizzled to perfection.


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#2849 2021-07-31 7:56am

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#2850 2021-07-31 8:35am

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I gladly have this for breakfast anytime of the day!


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