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**Official 3.7 Cooking Thread**

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Derick, Mar 18, 2011.

  1. Holly

    Holly it's all in your head

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    My ma made mac and cheese yesterday and it was probably the best I've ever had. Called for 10 cups of cheese and a half gallon of milk :eek:
     
  2. Gcrop

    Gcrop Grit and Grind

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    FF51614D-DD2F-404C-844B-D0533F1B8298.jpeg Just curious. (And assume each item is made exactly as you like it)
     
  3. Derick

    Derick Best Of The Best

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    grits gtfo. its a far second ,but pancakes after that.
     
  4. Jeff

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    Damn. Probs pancakes
     
  5. Gcrop

    Gcrop Grit and Grind

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    Same. But it’s tough.
     
  6. Wandler

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    What's that thing on the top right?

    Since I'm not even sure what it is, that's gotta go.
     
  7. Holly

    Holly it's all in your head

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    I don't like pancakes so that was an easy choice for me.
     
  8. Jeff

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    God damn you're a northerner. Them there be some grits!
     
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  9. Derick

    Derick Best Of The Best

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    i've at least seen grits, and tasted them................****in gross. that pic is missing hash browns. it's the staple that replace grits up here in civilized country.
     
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    Ah, that's why Dur mentioned Grits. Never had em.

    Hash browns are tier one breakfast food.
     
  11. Derick

    Derick Best Of The Best

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    there is a crummy bar pretty close to our house that servers breakfast all day. for 4 bucks you can get a whole order of loaded has browns. i prob couldn't eat just the hash browns by myself and they come with whatever you want.......bacon, sausage, peppers, cheese, eggs, etc. :drool: best hangover food ever.
     
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    PurpleStang DON'T PANIC

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    Grits are gross.
     
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    Shrimp & Grits are a top 10 food
     
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    Derick Best Of The Best

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    Butterfly cut a couple whole chickens last bc the kids had friends over. I rarely cook whole birds but will say this worked great. Cooked more evenly and bottom pieces of meat not soaking in juice. Next time I'll probably elevate them off the bottom. Barely took over an hour to do both and they were pretty good size....about 6lbs each.

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  15. Gcrop

    Gcrop Grit and Grind

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    Wife got an InstaPot for Christmas (as did half of the US).
     
  16. Derick

    Derick Best Of The Best

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    :lol: yeah everyone did. after i got mine everyone kept telling me they were waiting for xmas to get theirs. we don't use ours much since we got the air fryer. we didn't use our insta pot much for meat though.
     
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    My brother got a traeger (spell check) grill. It's badass
     
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  18. Derick

    Derick Best Of The Best

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    anyone smoke meat? i've had an electric smoker for a while, and just never used it. ordered a thermometer probe thing just now though b/c im gonna give it a shot.

    thinking ribs or chicken first shot, but not sure what kind of chips to get. mesquite sounds teh best though.
     
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    Mesquite can be overwhelming so be careful. I prefer something a bit more mellow like Cherry wood. I have a rack of ribs sitting in the fridge waiting to be smoked.
     
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    Derick Best Of The Best

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    does it have a fruity taste at all? i did mess with it one time the first day i got it. just had some chops laying around so tried them with the mesquite chips the guy gave me. they were pretty strong. wish i knew what the place we go to alot uses. my wife isn't the biggest fan of smoked stuff so def need something mild. prob pick up a variety pack and just see what her favorite is.