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post #2146 of 27536
The girlfriend had a rare t-bone for dinner last night. I threw what she didn't eat into a pot with four cups of water, some ground cloves, salt, pepper, celery, carrots, garlic, and parsley. Let it cook for 3 hours, strained it out, threw some orzo into it, steamed some broccoli over the stock the orzo was cooking in, and had myself a nice little lunch.
post #2147 of 27536
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Originally Posted by lhooq View Post
The girlfriend had a rare t-bone for dinner last night. I threw what she didn't eat into a pot with four cups of water, some ground cloves, salt, pepper, celery, carrots, garlic, and parsley. Let it cook for 3 hours, strained it out, threw some orzo into it, steamed some broccoli over the stock the orzo was cooking in, and had myself a nice little lunch.

WTF is 'not finished steak'???

K
post #2148 of 27536
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WTF is 'not finished steak'???

K

The bone, and some scraps of meat?
post #2149 of 27536
I made chilli Rellenos last night. Not as easy as it looks, not as hard as somethings. Came out great though.
post #2150 of 27536
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Originally Posted by DarkNWorn View Post
The bone, and some scraps of meat?

You dont gnaw on the bone like a wild animal?

K
post #2151 of 27536
striploin, turned out a little to well done

post #2152 of 27536
Pasta Carbonara, and immediately remembered why I don't often order this dish -- even at restaurants I otherwise really enjoy. It just has a tendency to be bland and disappointed. Plus, I really enjoy making it at home. The only exception I've found is Rigsby's. I'm sure Alana's could cook up a pretty delicious carbonara as well (both located in Columbus).
post #2153 of 27536
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Originally Posted by VKK3450 View Post
You dont gnaw on the bone like a wild animal?

K

I do. My gf doesn't, so I sometimes do hers too. Best part is the morsels of meat and fat next to the bone. Yummm....
post #2154 of 27536
Having a nice bone-in ribeye tonight, with roasted cauliflower and some green stuff. Washed it all down with Yuengling.





post #2155 of 27536
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Pasta Carbonara, and immediately remembered why I don't often order this dish -- even at restaurants I otherwise really enjoy. It just has a tendency to be bland and disappointed. Plus, I really enjoy making it at home. The only exception I've found is Rigsby's. I'm sure Alana's could cook up a pretty delicious carbonara as well (both located in Columbus).

What's your recipe? Good carbonara shouldn't be bland.

Butter/olive oil
pancetta or thick bacon
garlic
egg yolk
parmesan
little bit of butter at the end

parsley if you want a little colour
post #2156 of 27536
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Originally Posted by Alter View Post
What's your recipe? Good carbonara shouldn't be bland.

Butter/olive oil
pancetta or thick bacon
garlic
egg yolk
parmesan
little bit of butter at the end

parsley if you want a little colour

My preference is:

pasta
olive oil
pancetta
eggs
parmesan

it's still pretty tricky to do perfectly, but so damn good.
post #2157 of 27536
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Having a nice bone-in ribeye tonight, with roasted cauliflower and some green stuff. Washed it all down with Yuengling.






That looks beautiful. Nice cooking. I may have to do steak tonight.

Last night I had 1/2 a packaged sandwich, about 12 beers and a couple of shots.

K
post #2158 of 27536
Bowl of oatmeal w/protein powder followed by a plate of eggwhites 2 hours after.
post #2159 of 27536
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Originally Posted by VKK3450 View Post
That looks beautiful. Nice cooking. I may have to do steak tonight.

Last night I had 1/2 a packaged sandwich, about 12 beers and a couple of shots.

K

Nice to see you on the liquid dinner again.
post #2160 of 27536
I still haven't gotten back into the routine of cooking extensively on weekends, so last night was dinner out. Good izakaya fare: various sashimi, duck, pork cheek, chawanmushi (savory egg custard), miso beef tendon stew, kobe steak (three orders, in fact).
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