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    Re: What's for dinner?

    Well I managed to pull off a butter chicken that had no dairy, wheat, soy etc (see reoccurring dreams thread) using coconut oil/milk and who knew there is non dairy yogurt? Was pretty good. Halfway through dinner she tells me she has been craving all the things baby can't handle (breastfeeds) and she really craved a creamy pasta. FFS that was original dinner!

    However more pressing today is I'm going to use a sous-vide for the first time! Anyone ever use one? Got any tips or tricks?

    I'm thinking steak or pork, use the blowtorch to brown em up later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwtoxman View Post
    It seems to me that one could easily sous vide cook anything vacuum packed. By all means try and report back. Though the best steak restaurants are the grill type.

    As for current reg's about BPA and food, I have no idea, try reading up, but imo it's not much of an issue to try.... as that steak is far more unhealthy than a single cook in BPA plastic.

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    That cabbage and cabbage roll talk spurred me to confirm and source an Instant Pot cook. Here's a cabbage roll recipe for the Instant Pot. Enjoy.
    http://www.pressurecookingtoday.com/...cabbage-rolls/





    Here's another recent on-topic cook by me. Had a hankering even before that discussion. A 5 lb bone in pork shoulder smoked with apple wood, cherry wood and hickory on a (no compromise) low and slow cook with my weber grill. Started final prep around 1:40 am and the meal was on the table for lunch at 12:30. Served on bakery fresh buns with fresh apple cider coleslaw. The bear claws I bought to separate the meat into pulled pork are really starting to shine.

    Just ready to take off the grill after almost 10 hours.






    Got a large portion and had to make an open-faced sandwich on this one.




    Another meal was a home-made caesar salad. Romaine lettuce, garden spanish and white onions, strong gourmet caesar dressing, real reggiano and parmesan powder cheeses (sourced from the best boutique cheese supplier), fresh squeezed lemon and butter croutons. Excellent.
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    Re: What's for dinner?

    Thanks Joe (and k-man).

    Off to Bruno's for a lovely piece of red meat. I don't eat a lot of it so this will be a treat

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    Re: What's for dinner?

    Made this (it's been on the list to do) http://www.pressurecookingtoday.com/...en-cacciatore/ came out great.

    Meme, I want to try sous vide but I've been informed I have enough kitchen gadgets. Not sure how much I'd use it because our pressure cooker has replaced our slow cooker.

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    Re: What's for dinner?

    I'm accused of the same thing doll. However MY kitchen, gtfo if ya don't like it!

    It's on loan. Looking after a pup while cousins are out of country and they offered to let us try it.


    Report back as soon as I come out of meat coma

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    Re: What's for dinner?

    Quote Originally Posted by meme View Post
    I'm accused of the same thing doll. However MY kitchen, gtfo if ya don't like it!

    It's on loan. Looking after a pup while cousins are out of country and they offered to let us try it.


    Report back as soon as I come out of meat coma

    I'll have more gadgets, but being that we don't use the slow cooker since getting the pressure cooker and the charcoal smoker not sure sous vide is one of them. Here's the next gadget I will have once I get some income or a birthday https://www.lowes.ca/grill-tools-acc..._g2681883.html

    Made tandoori chicken from a kit tonight. wasn't expecting this level of spice, I can tolerate it but the other half not so much. Thankfully there was a pizza in the freezer for emergencies.

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