FOOD THREAD VOL. GRUB LIFE

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Tried this sweet and sour chicken recipe I found online

Cut up chicken breasts.
For the "breading" I used pork rinds, almond flour, parmisean cheese, and a jab step of garlic powder.

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I was hesitant on what type of crust I would be getting but it turned out surprisingly well.

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After cooking the "nuggets" I made a sauce using ketchup, sugar, Apple cider vinegar, and soy sauce, then tossed the nuggets in it.

Turned out pretty tasty.
I thing I'll use this breading on future dishes.
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Tried this sweet and sour chicken recipe I found online

Cut up chicken breasts.
For the "breading" I used pork rinds, almond flour, parmisean cheese, and a jab step of garlic powder.

20200114_152838.jpg


I was hesitant on what type of crust I would be getting but it turned out surprisingly well.

20200114_152713.jpg


After cooking the "nuggets" I made a sauce using ketchup, sugar, Apple cider vinegar, and soy sauce, then tossed the nuggets in it.

Turned out pretty tasty.
I thing I'll use this breading on future dishes.
20200114_152520.jpg

"You ate those by themselves?" SC kid SC kid
 
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Filet Mignon may be my new favorite cut of steak. The choice cut I just fried up was one of the best steaks I’ve had in a long while. I can only imagine how a fatty dry aged steak would taste.
Inspired me to do a one pan meal, found some filets on sale and roasted a bunch of veggies with it. Not pretty but the texture was perfect
 
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Bro what kind of smoker you got? Been thinking of getting a green egg
So I have a deal with Traeger, nothing crazy but they take care of me. So if I'm on anything electric that's what I'm using.

Green Egg is nice and I've cooked on them a bunch, that's a good investment.

I bulit a cinder block smoker in my backyard that I love smoking on and I think it's the best flavor. Mesquite is my wood of choice but being in the mid-west there is a lot of maple available, just too sweet for my liking.
 
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isnt that what they do for thai ice tea which is pretty good i might add... but i never thought of putting creamer in ice tea... might have to try it sometime
As long as someone outside of America does it, it is fine. :lol:


Lmao my best friend is like this. Ordering extra crispy, well done, extra this that. At a ****in fast food restaurant.
Your friend is a class act.
 

Mark Antony

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Man I enjoy Thai tea, Vietnamese iced coffee, bubble tea and all that good stuff that's essentially tea/coffee and milk. The idea of McDonald's tea and those little creamer packets is gross to me though. Probably a suitable alternative in a pinch but different quality ingredients. Plus I've gotten solids in those little packets so that kinda turns me off.
 
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