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Mamie
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Re:Sandwich King Offerings 2010/08/23 22:08:45 (permalink)
Grits-N-Gravy

Here's an item I made last night.  Its Sauteed Shrimp, Onions, bell peppers, with bacon over cheese grits.


that's a pretty plate of shrimp and grits ... will you have  plain and cheese grits, or just cheese?
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Re:Paella composite 2010/09/17 14:21:04 (permalink)
Why would someone waste money on McDonald's? These pictures are making me hungry. lol
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Re:Paella composite 2010/09/17 15:07:17 (permalink)
yancey.sanford
Why would someone waste money on McDonald's? These pictures are making me hungry. lol

 
me too ... I can't figure out how people can spend $6.00+ on a  hamburger/fries/drink combo that they pick up at the drive-thru and then complain about lunch costing  $9.00 or $10.00 where they are served with  ice tea, baskets of bread and  expect their lunch to be served in 15 mins or less - if they want fast food, they should stick to the drive thru.   It takes longer than 15 minutes to prepare a dinner at home.



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Re:Member's Food Gallery 2011/01/15 20:04:18 (permalink)
BBQ Parfait....?  Is this a best seller. Looks a bit rough...
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Re:Member's Food Gallery 2011/03/30 19:18:54 (permalink)
man that burger  looks MONEY !!!!!
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Re:Member's Food Gallery 2011/03/30 19:19:03 (permalink)
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Re:Member's Food Gallery 2011/04/04 11:00:17 (permalink)

top photo pork butt & brisket 7hrs into the smoke, Bottom photo 10hrs just before I wrap in foil and heat for 3-4 more hrs. try to have in the smoker 14hrs.
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Re:Member's Food Gallery 2011/05/06 05:15:28 (permalink)
its 5:15am..... and im sitting here drooling
 
Dr, Chewing, Florida, Grits, Mike, and anyone else i may have missed......
you guys have me sitting here nearly in a sweat.....lol
 
im really curious about that BBQ parfait.... please details 
 
are those peaches ?......cause ya know, peaches are the bacon of the fruit world..... they go good with anything !
 
dang !... now i want a fuzzy navel.....
post edited by BackAlleyBurger - 2011/05/06 05:19:02
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Re:Member's Food Gallery 2011/06/21 20:56:44 (permalink)
BackAlleyBurger its 5:15am..... and im sitting here drooling

Dr, Chewing, Florida, Grits, Mike, and anyone else i may have missed......
you guys have me sitting here nearly in a sweat.....lol

im really curious about that BBQ parfait.... please details 

are those peaches ?......cause ya know, peaches are the bacon of the fruit world..... they go good with anything ! dang !... now i want a fuzzy navel.....

 
Peaches no we don't need no stinking peaches! LMAO No but your right peaches go with BBQ hand in hand. Damn now I'm thinking how to incorperate peaches into my parfait? Actually the parfait didn't last long on my menu. People didn't seam to want all those items in one cup. But it was awesome I promise. The people that tried it loved it.
 
Here is the original

 
And this is a natural at evens when your walking around you can carry it with you and eat it with no mess, unlike my smoked pork sandwich which requires a fork and large hard to balance container. But I agree peaches are a good idea. Maybe a peach BBQ sauce? I just got done tinkering with an orange BBQ sauce and it is awesome. But I'm not serving it yet....maybe never I don't want to end up with 3 or 4 different sauces. People would want to taste this and that and take forever to make up their mind......... god customers are so goofy.
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Re:Member's Food Gallery 2011/06/27 07:34:24 (permalink)
Dr. did you ever try switching things around? say the cole slaw on top, then the pulled pork, BBQ sauce,cheese, then beans, maybe sub. the cheese for croutons or cut up bun ??? dont laugh just thinking. dont know if I would like the cheese on my BBQ.  or one i may try soon ( i dont do a BBQ) "pot roast sundae" you could do it with brisket.. rice in the bottom, brisket, a small cherry tomato on top, with a drizzle of BBQ sauce
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Re:Member's Food Gallery 2011/06/27 09:16:48 (permalink)
Buck,
The people that tried it loved it. But I had a bunch of those "Oh I don't like my food touching my other food" types. And others with the "I'll try it next week" answer. And just like one poster on here wrote "Well you don't get much pork in it". The drawing is a cartoon or characterization of the food product not a picture! People are so goofy. Of course I grew up in a house where you ate what ever your folks put on your plate and now love spinach, and in fact almost all vegetables. But what the heck, you try some things and they work and others don't. 
By the way if you made a parfait with brisket your increasing your cost about 25%. And a parfait is a multi layered thing so that's why the numerous layers and finally there is the color part of a parfait that is important. Just a thought or two.
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Re:Member's Food Gallery 2011/06/27 19:22:11 (permalink)
Dr of BBQ

Smoked Chicken Thighs ...most people don't know the thigh is the best tasting part of a chicken



 
I know it is, the Wife does not like them,  More for me
 
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Re:Member's Food Gallery 2011/07/18 13:36:07 (permalink)
I made these to sell at our neighborhood block party (It's pretty cool, every house sets up a booth and we sell food to each other for dinner. All proceeds go to a local charity). It's marinaded chicken breast, green pepper, and onion wrapped in turkey bacon. Don't get me wrong, I love beef and pork, I was just trying something new!

 

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Re:Member's Food Gallery 2011/07/24 17:48:22 (permalink)
Dan,
Your food pictures look great send me a step by step on what you did when you prepped and grilled the chicken breast, or post it here. I need to do something with chicken and your creation looks like a winner.
Jack@DrofBBQ.com
Thanks
Jack
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Re:Member's Food Gallery 2011/07/25 13:22:28 (permalink)
Dr of BBQ
Dan,
Your food pictures look great send me a step by step on what you did when you prepped and grilled the chicken breast, or post it here. I need to do something with chicken and your creation looks like a winner.
Jack@DrofBBQ.com
Thanks
Jack

 
I'm glad you like it! I actually posted the recipe on my blog here: cooking blog
Check it out and tell me what you think
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Re:Member's Food Gallery 2011/07/27 23:11:15 (permalink)
Sounds good and looks good although like you not a fan of turkey bacon. LOL
Thank you
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Re:Member's Food Gallery 2012/02/22 21:40:11 (permalink)
Peruvian Ceviche

 
Papa Rellena w/ Arroz Chaufa stuffing

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Re:Member's Food Gallery 2012/02/23 07:56:39 (permalink)
That looks awesome Vic!!!
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Re:Member's Food Gallery 2012/02/23 11:34:30 (permalink)
Thank you! I knew you'd appreciate it, my peruvian-cuisine-familiarized brother!
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Re:Member's Food Gallery 2012/02/23 11:43:12 (permalink)
Well Sugar I am actually your sista!!!

As well as the girl your Momma warned you about...when it comes to building and fixing things.
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Re:Member's Food Gallery 2012/02/23 13:40:33 (permalink)
 Oh, my bad!
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Re:Member's Food Gallery 2012/02/23 14:03:39 (permalink)
No problem. Now you may not think I am a "funny" dude when I am sippin Asti Spumante and such when the construction is happening.

You might want to also put those pictures in an additional thread (your existing intro) for those who would love to visit you...when you are rollin out. Things can get overlooked at times up here when people cruise through quickly to see what's happening...and that food looks great enough for a nice trip around SLC!!!
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Re:Member's Food Gallery 2012/02/23 15:53:07 (permalink)
Yeah, for sure. I have them on my facebook and twitter pages. I'll add them to my build thread too.
 
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Re:Member's Food Gallery 2012/02/28 03:57:31 (permalink)
All Vegan, All Good.
 

Vegan Footlong Hotdog
 

Polish Soysage
 

Savory Italian Soysage
 

Our famous Vegan Cheesesteak Sandwich
 

Hickory Smoked BBQ Sandwich
 

Tempeh Reuben Sandwich
 

Tempeh Satay w/ Peanut Dipping Sauce
 

Buffalo Tempeh
 

Tempeh Tacos
 

Vegan Cashew Based Soft Serve Ice Cream (It's as good as it looks).
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Re:Member's Food Gallery 2012/02/29 11:30:39 (permalink)
I greatly prefer tempeh, seitan and tofu to TVP, myself. For a vegetarian group, years ago, I added liquid smoke to seitan (home-made), and rolled it up and served it as hot dogs (with Chicago-like toppings). Went over pretty well. As for me, I have one of those metabolisms which do very poorly on a vegetarian diet (even a low sugar/low grain one/low fat one).
 
Bart
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Re:Member's Food Gallery 2012/11/16 14:13:57 (permalink)
All the food looks delicious!! Why hasn't anyone posted any lately?
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Re:Member's Food Gallery 2012/11/30 15:30:56 (permalink)
I haven't posted because I'm not up to 30 posts yet, but I'm not going to go and revive old threads just to get there 
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Re:Member's Food Gallery 2013/02/09 15:46:36 (permalink)
ham and cheese crepe:

 
 
Lamb Savoury Pies made with local Lamb, herbs, and veggies

 
Dutch Apple Pie from our new sweet and savoury Pie (pasty) Menu:

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Re:Member's Food Gallery 2013/04/12 17:45:47 (permalink)
Raw oyster with chunky fresh salsa ketchup and jalapeno slices
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Re:Member's Food Gallery 2013/09/26 18:11:58 (permalink)
Mango glazed duck

 
Lemongrass Pig Ears with brown rice

 
Pan seared U10 Scallops with Thai Guy Chili sauce

Grilling Satays

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