Butter and Bread and Sandwiches Oh My! (II)

raggie33

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im loving my ninja non stick pans i a course got a deal on them 20 bucks forba 12 inch andba smaaler pan.
 

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:yellowlaugh: Turkey, Sweet Onion, Pickled Asparagus, Mayonnaise, and Horseradish. 😁 👍 👍
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juuuuust foolinround
Just think, someone invented the BLT

Simple is always best with food.
 

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Onions, we go through a 3# bag every 10 days or so. Prefer Walla Walla when in season but these Vidalia are just as sweet, coming all the way from the great state of Georgia!

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I'll still avoid riding shotgun with CG :grin2:
 

raggie33

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dont be jealus but i have eaten 3 bugs in the last few weeks.a smarteer man would learn to keep mouth shut when riding motorcycles but i guess i needed protien
 

raggie33

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i just googled how to make captain ds fish if it works out ill dance the jig stuff is so yummy
 

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Tonight we had Drumsticks, roasted/grilled red pepper, corn on the cob, rice, and lima beans.
The drum sticks took 25 minutes flipping them every five. I sat in the yard, with music bluetoothed to a Ryobi speaker, from my phone, while enjoying a glass of wine.

Hmmm, maybe this belongs in the "living the good life" thread.

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Tonight we had Drumsticks, roasted/grilled red pepper, corn on the cob, rice, and lima beans.
The drum sticks took 25 minutes flipping them every five. I sat in the yard, with music bluetoothed to a Ryobi speaker, from my phone, while enjoying a glass of wine.

Hmmm, maybe this belongs in the "living the good life" thread.

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By the L@@Ks and read of it, I'd say both threads. 👍👍 Do you use a thermometer when cooking?
 

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By the L@@Ks and read of it, I'd say both threads. 👍👍 Do you use a thermometer when cooking?
Yes. Chicken comes off at 165F.
My wife never cooked with a thermometer. She'd cook it until it was sahara desert dry. When I started doing the cooking and using a thermometer, I was stunned that a chicken breast could be done in a mere 20 minutes!

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IMO this is a must have tool. Well, at least for the non-professional.
Although, we went to an upscale bar and grill, locally, and my burger came out BLACK, once, and RED another time. Terrible! Maybe their chef was NOT a professional, but he certainly did not use a thermometer.

I ate the black one, and returned the red one, with a complaint to the manager.

My daughter managed an upscale bar and grill, and said that her chef used a thermometer, and NEVER had a burger sent back.
 

raggie33

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divorce her !!!!!!! im kidding kind of lol. but i must use thermometer. i hate over cooked meats o i will even take it out early so it arives at perfect temp
 
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Yes. Chicken comes off at 165F.
My wife never cooked with a thermometer. She'd cook it until it was sahara desert dry. When I started doing the cooking and using a thermometer, I was stunned that a chicken breast could be done in a mere 20 minutes!

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IMO this is a must have tool. Well, at least for the non-professional.
Although, we went to an upscale bar and grill, locally, and my burger came out BLACK, once, and RED another time. Terrible! Maybe their chef was NOT a professional, but he certainly did not use a thermometer.

I ate the black one, and returned the red one, with a complaint to the manager.

My daughter managed an upscale bar and grill, and said that her chef used a thermometer, and NEVER had a burger sent back.
Cooking chicken was never my Better 3/4s forte. We were having chicken for dinner at her mom's house when I asked wifey - "What is this?" She said with a shocked look, "It's chicken." I retorted - "It can't be. It's too moist." My sense of humor has gotten me into more trouble than anything else. It's a good thing she married me in part for it. I'm still making her laugh after 40 years.
 
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