Please delete. Problem solved

Discussion in 'Technical Corner' started by Anthony, Oct 8, 2012.

  1. flhrci

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    Sounds like there is indeed a problem to be solved now. Mods, please do not delete this thread until the problem is in fact solved.
     
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    So anyway, um, here's a sirloin roast. I dry rubbed it with some dry rub and let it sit for a few hours first. Not my very favorite cut for roasting but it came out pretty well.
     
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    Here we go, I didn't eat much in the way of dinner last night, so I earned this...
     
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    now THAT looks freakin goooooooooood.
     
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    Wait. Sac ate carbs?
     
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    I did, and boy did they jack me up. I can do this once in a while, but not often.
     
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    Breakfast burrito, with egg, bacon and cheese. Dimensions are approximately 10" long x 3" dia. It is quite substantial. Not shown are the chips and salsa. Chips and salsa are free.
     
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    Carbs alert!
     
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    Okay, I wanted to see what the hype was about. Five Guys. IMG_3085.JPG

    Do you see a burger patty in there? There is one but you have to look really hard. Nearly seven bucks a pop. For a single. Tiny little burger.

    Overpriced, underwhelming.

    Oh yeah, and they forgot to put the mayo and mustard on. I found a couple tubs of mayo in the bag, plus packets of ketchup. I'm not sure why they put packets of ketchup in the bag.
     
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    Triple Whopper with Cheese. I posted the pic in the burger thread.
     
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    This'll do.

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    Nice steak, I here's a picture of one I ate as well. Put some salad on the plate too, you know..cuz greens=good.
     

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    That's a good looking ribeye.
     
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    Tri tip and chicken...
     
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    crabssss....
     

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    YUM. oops, wrong thread.
     
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    Sashimi salad. Yumm.
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    Heard on the radio today a local "reservations only" type of restaurant has 21-day aged steaks. Huh, what? I hear meat goes bad after a period of time. How does one "age" a steak and safely eat it? Learn me please.
     
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    For a steak that old, start with a full primal like an untrimmed standing rib roast, chuck it in the fridge covered with cheese cloth, on a wire rack. Pull any dirty dressing materials out for the first couple days. After 21 days, cut off the outer 1/2 inch or so, mold and what not. Slice into steaks. Grill. Enjoy. Doesn't go bad since it is a whole cut, just some enzymes working away.
     
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    Or just hang the quarters. The refrigeration isn't required.
     
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    Pre digestion.
     
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    Wow... I knew Ohio had a lot of corn, but didn't know you guys ate EXCLUSIVE corn!


    Just kidding with you - I didn't know what it was until I was 22, and I moved to another country. Nowadays it's just: "The stuff you get at Whole Foods".

    It truly is a lot better when it's aged. BUT, it's about twice the price.
     
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    It allows the steak to dry out, a lot of the internal moisture evaporates off and you're left with a steak that has a much stronger, more concentrated natural flavor. This is how the best steaks are prepared.
     
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    Vegetarian "UnWich"

    Surprisingly not bad.
    Not so surprisingly, I'm still hungry.

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    That just looks like a really poorly made salad. Haha
     
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    Looks like somebody forgot to put in something.
     
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    dude....when did you become a vegan? :eek:
     
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    Chicken 65, Chicken Tandori, Chicken Tikki Masala, and other chickens.
    And ooooooh the Spicy Pickle. I could eat that stuff w/ a spoon.
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    I like it. Chicken three ways.
     
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    Hey, what happened to our gratuitous food shots?
     
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    Filet-O-Fish sabotage?
     
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    I knew I should have taken a picture of the calzone I had tonight. That thing was YUGE!!
     
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    Warm Brownie ala mode at Jack Stack's in KC. Should've come with a small group to help eat it...
     
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    Where my jersey peeps at?!?



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    I don’t think anyone from New Jersey is going to say in public that they like your pork roll. That’s more of a San Fran thing. :)
     
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    They do that in Boulder too.
     
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    And Dallas and pretty much everywhere else too.