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    Quote Originally Posted by Fear The Spear View Post
    The Tsaziki sauce is the clincher, and surprisingly easy to make.
    How does one make a 'homemade' gyro? I believe *real* gyros are made with a special meat made up of both lamb and beef, aren't they?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boone View Post
    How does one make a 'homemade' gyro? I believe *real* gyros are made with a special meat made up of both lamb and beef, aren't they?
    You're my gyro!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boone View Post
    How does one make a 'homemade' gyro? I believe *real* gyros are made with a special meat made up of both lamb and beef, aren't they?
    Yea, technically not entirely homemade, as you will have to buy those strips of the hybrid processed lamb/beef.
    Although I suppose you could create a reasonable facsimile by manually mixing the meat at home.
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    Chomped these babes down at literally 12am, so it wasn't dinner, but too big to be Midnight Snack.
    After grillin, sliced up and added Worcestershire, sliced tomato, slices of egg on toast with mayo, and used cheap ass camera to take pic of final product.

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    Since it's too damn wet to golf, I'm watching football, drinking a beer, and I'm going to do some cooking. First off, making some traditional NC pulled pork. Gonna treat my co-workers on Monday with pulled pork, sauces, slaw, and some baked beans. After I get done doing the prep work on that, I'm going to make two different kinds of kimchi, the first using brussel sprouts, and the second version featuring kale.
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    Made this last night. I smoked it for an hour or so and then moved it to the oven. Made the sauce, which is fantastic btw, with a Malbec. Off the hook amazing dinner. Did some sliced roasted potatoes with garlic and olive oil.

    Beef Tenderloin with Red Wine Sauce

    The wife is not the 'foodie' I am, but she was pretty happy.
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    Anyone ever have a food allergy test done on them? My Dr ordered one a few weeks ago and results are a few foods I shouldn't be consuming. According to it I shouldn't consume chicken, corn, wheat, chocolate, bananas, soy, egg whites, milk protein, and most importantly BEEF.

    Pretty sure that leaves grass and Styrofoam for my menu. FFS
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    Seriously? Unless your windpipe is swelling shut or you are breaking out in a rash, sounds dubious to me. I think your MD just hates seeing people enjoy life ... lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by Boone View Post
    I think your MD just hates seeing people enjoy life ... lol
    HA - you must have seen this bit from Brian Regan - practically the exact words to describe his doctor's orders on food sensitivities to avoid

    "No more happiness ! Away with you !"

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    Nah, not going into shock or anything close just upset stomach. So I need to find a gerd diet somehow.

    If a certain food genre has a positive number beside it that's the indicator for acid reflux. Most are like 2 or 2.5 out of 10 (I think). Beef tested at a friggin 9, but I think my Dr is using sorcery to manipulate my #`s higher than they actually are. What type of monster informs someone they're allergic to beef?!?!
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    I've got some GERD issues. I find that if I avoid some trigger foods (for me, that's chocolate, peppermint, dairy products) I generally don't have any major issues. I'm supposed to avoid caffeine and alcohol too - but that's crazy talk If I have a flareup, I'll do a couple weeks of Prilosec and usually it calms down.
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    Italian wedding soup tonight. I'm home alone but I love to cook so what can I say? Homemade beef/hot sausage meatballs with fresh garlic and herbs. I like to add some tomato to the mix although I know it's not called for but what 'Italian Wedding' lacks tomatoes?

    It's just a great cold rainy day soup.

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    I love that ****
    One of my favorite soups.
    I don't make the time to throw it together homemade, so usually get the Progresso in a can.
    But I don't really like doing that, because they put a ridiculous and ungodly amount of Sodium in it.
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    First brisket on the Big Green Egg.





    It came out moist, tender, and amazing. In other words, nothing like previous brisket attempts


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    I'm needing some pepper connoisseur advice. Really craving a Jamaican jerk sauce lately and I've researched like 5 recipes so far. Every one of them have a "scotch bonnet pepper" as a key ingredient. I have no idea what that is and fairly certain its nowhere to be found up here.

    Is there a close substitute in taste to this type of pepper?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Win4us View Post
    I'm needing some pepper connoisseur advice. Really craving a Jamaican jerk sauce lately and I've researched like 5 recipes so far. Every one of them have a "scotch bonnet pepper" as a key ingredient. I have no idea what that is and fairly certain its nowhere to be found up here.

    Is there a close substitute in taste to this type of pepper?
    This may not answer your question, and you may not consider it too relevant, but maybe you'll be convinced to try this stuff at some point.
    When I used to visit the Virgin Islands, I came across this variety of carribbean hot pepper sauces, made there by a small business, in the USVI...and these things are friggin awesome if you are tempted to order some.

    https://blindbetty.com/
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    Scotch bonnet is a habanero - same thing


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