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Post #1 by selyar » Mon Oct 17, 2016 8:09 pm

Is anyone else really excited about the fact that Alton Brown is inside appliances again?

no?

yeah. i guess its just me.

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Post #2 by vonbonds » Mon Oct 17, 2016 8:12 pm

You know I have your back girl! I love AB..does he have a new show?
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Post #3 by Balki Bartokomous » Mon Oct 17, 2016 8:13 pm

Move it to the right thread nerds.
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Post #4 by vonbonds » Mon Oct 17, 2016 8:13 pm

I only do server/app side stuff. I don't ever moderate here :crossarms:
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Post #5 by deLOUsional » Mon Oct 17, 2016 8:24 pm

maybe u should do more moderating and less server/app side stuff.

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Post #6 by selyar » Mon Oct 17, 2016 8:25 pm

vonbonds wrote:You know I have your back girl! I love AB..does he have a new show?

he's hinting at something new. from inside a microwave. so the assumption is that it's Good Eats 2.0. He's is basically the reason i'm a food nerd and i love him.

and eh. wrong thread. oops. my b. deal with it.
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Post #7 by vonbonds » Mon Oct 17, 2016 8:41 pm

selyar wrote:
vonbonds wrote:You know I have your back girl! I love AB..does he have a new show?

he's hinting at something new. from inside a microwave. so the assumption is that it's Good Eats 2.0. He's is basically the reason i'm a food nerd and i love him.

and eh. wrong thread. oops. my b. deal with it.

Same.
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Post #8 by Boring Choice #2 » Mon Oct 17, 2016 9:04 pm

vonbonds wrote:
selyar wrote:
vonbonds wrote:You know I have your back girl! I love AB..does he have a new show?

he's hinting at something new. from inside a microwave. so the assumption is that it's Good Eats 2.0. He's is basically the reason i'm a food nerd and i love him.

and eh. wrong thread. oops. my b. deal with it.

Same.


His shows were good when he was cooking /talking food. It's all the game show shit that he does that I can't stand.
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Post #9 by selyar » Mon Oct 17, 2016 9:13 pm

Brown Socks wrote:
vonbonds wrote:
selyar wrote:he's hinting at something new. from inside a microwave. so the assumption is that it's Good Eats 2.0. He's is basically the reason i'm a food nerd and i love him.

and eh. wrong thread. oops. my b. deal with it.

Same.


His shows were good when he was cooking /talking food. It's all the game show shit that he does that I can't stand.

yeah. i never really watched much of the game show stuff. he's at his best with stuff in the style of Good Eats. He's been doing shorts on YouTube lately which are similar, so i'm hoping he gets back into that.
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Post #10 by Brattman » Mon Oct 17, 2016 9:14 pm

vonbonds wrote:
selyar wrote:
vonbonds wrote:You know I have your back girl! I love AB..does he have a new show?

he's hinting at something new. from inside a microwave. so the assumption is that it's Good Eats 2.0. He's is basically the reason i'm a food nerd and i love him.

and eh. wrong thread. oops. my b. deal with it.

Same.
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Post #11 by selyar » Tue Oct 18, 2016 9:20 am

well now that I have a thread for food....

have any of you tried those meal services like Blue Apron?

I did the free trial for Blue Apron just to see what the deal was. i still have one more meal left to try, but overall i've found the recipes are okay, not really well composed. the ingredients are good quality, but i hate that there is so much packaging involved.
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Post #12 by GM17 » Tue Oct 18, 2016 9:22 am

I'm trying to work more balance into my eating, but it's so damn hard when you love meat and potatoes.
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Post #13 by Boring Choice #2 » Tue Oct 18, 2016 9:26 am

i can't imagine that those things are better than anything you could just do yourself. the only thing it might help are for people who don't want to buy excess food that will rot and don't mind paying the price of 4 portions for each portion that they use.



on another note, the wife and i have recently decided to change our food intake and eat more healthily. we've cut out a lot of the crap we used to eat and started counting everything that we consume using the myfitnesspal app. slowly, but surely, i'm moving towards no longer being disgusted when i look at myself in the mirror.
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Post #14 by Boring Choice #2 » Tue Oct 18, 2016 9:39 am

GM17 wrote:I'm trying to work more balance into my eating, but it's so damn hard when you love meat and potatoes.


it's about volume and adding other crap to your meals. some things we changed in our eating was moving from an unhealthy version of something to a more healthy version.

e.g.
old meal ======> new meal
steak, potatoes (usually mashed, sometimes wedges), and a couple of veggies ======> steak (smaller portion) + half potato (wedge) + half a plate of salad
pizza with lots of toppings ======> flatbread with sauce + spinach + tomato + goat cheese topped with a balsamic fig reduction
hamburger + fries / chips + soft drink ======> hamburger (no bun) + salad + water
fast food (incl burgers) ======> pita pit (falafel on a pita filled with veggies and topped with tzatziki sauce)
restaurants meal ======> healthier option (look at calories and fat and salt) or take a meal and bring half of it home.


sometimes i find it sucks, but that's when i use will power to just suck it up.
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Post #15 by Dr. Doom » Tue Oct 18, 2016 9:44 am

selyar wrote:well now that I have a thread for food....

have any of you tried those meal services like Blue Apron?

I did the free trial for Blue Apron just to see what the deal was. i still have one more meal left to try, but overall i've found the recipes are okay, not really well composed. the ingredients are good quality, but i hate that there is so much packaging involved.

My dad and his gf tried it and didn't like it.

Also just accidentally liked your post bc i guess that's a thing now.
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Post #16 by selyar » Tue Oct 18, 2016 9:58 am

Brown Socks wrote:i can't imagine that those things are better than anything you could just do yourself. the only thing it might help are for people who don't want to buy excess food that will rot and don't mind paying the price of 4 portions for each portion that they use.


yeah its not better than anything i'd do myself if I had a plan. it was kind of nice to not have to think about it, but i wouldn't actually pay for it. i'll take a free box of food though. haha
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Post #17 by GM17 » Tue Oct 18, 2016 10:10 am

Brown Socks wrote:
GM17 wrote:I'm trying to work more balance into my eating, but it's so damn hard when you love meat and potatoes.


it's about volume and adding other crap to your meals. some things we changed in our eating was moving from an unhealthy version of something to a more healthy version.

e.g.
old meal ======> new meal
steak, potatoes (usually mashed, sometimes wedges), and a couple of veggies ======> steak (smaller portion) + half potato (wedge) + half a plate of salad
pizza with lots of toppings ======> flatbread with sauce + spinach + tomato + goat cheese topped with a balsamic fig reduction
hamburger + fries / chips + soft drink ======> hamburger (no bun) + salad + water
fast food (incl burgers) ======> pita pit (falafel on a pita filled with veggies and topped with tzatziki sauce)
restaurants meal ======> healthier option (look at calories and fat and salt) or take a meal and bring half of it home.


sometimes i find it sucks, but that's when i use will power to just suck it up.


Pretty similar to what I've been doing. Not overly concerned about my weight, but am about health in general. Balsamic fig reduction sounds neat, but figs are literally $2 a piece here because the Maritimes.
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Post #18 by Boring Choice #2 » Tue Oct 18, 2016 10:20 am

GM17 wrote:Pretty similar to what I've been doing. Not overly concerned about my weight, but am about health in general. Balsamic fig reduction sounds neat, but figs are literally $2 a piece here because the Maritimes.


i bought a bottle from the grocery store. i'm not some kind of crazy person (sorry selyar) who would make that myself.

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edit: says 10 years. i guess no one is that crazy, including selyar. :danson:
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Post #19 by selyar » Tue Oct 18, 2016 10:40 am

no i wouldn't make it myself. i'd try to just source the best possible balsamic within my price range. there's huge variability in the balsamic market, and most of what's on the shelves isn't actually real balsamic at all.

http://www.seriouseats.com/2014/05/ever ... negar.html
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Post #20 by Mike. » Tue Oct 18, 2016 11:21 am

GIVE ME RECEIPES THAT ARE HEALTHY AND GOOD
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Post #21 by Boring Choice #2 » Tue Oct 18, 2016 11:52 am

Mike. wrote:GIVE ME RECEIPES THAT ARE HEALTHY AND GOOD


Steak: (varies based on size)
- grill steak on grill to a proper medium rare
- don't eat too much of it (100g of top sirloin = 193 calories)

Salad: (170 calories total)
- mixed greens (2 cups) = 11 calories
- shredded carrots (2 oz) = 23 calories
- cucumber (if you like them) (30g peeled) = 4 calories
- grape tomatoes (if you like them) (1.5 oz = 12 tomatoes) = 12 calories
- goat cheese (costco) (15g) = 40 calories (sometimes we vary it to 20 or 30 grams)
- kraft balsamic vinagrette (or you could make your own, but i'm lazy) (3 TBSP) = 135 cal (i usually use about 2 TBSP)

Flatbread pizza: (approx 300 calories)
- flatbread (the one i use is called flatout) each bread is 140 cal
- pizza sauce (4 TBSP) 40 cal
- cayenne pepper for added spice
- spinach (don't even bother counting because you don't use much)
- goat cheese (see above) 30g = 80 cal
- diced roma tomatoes / halved grape tomatoes = 10-20 cal
1) bake flatbread for 2 minutes to make crusty
2) put on topping usually in order of above
3) bake (or preferrably broil to cook top and not burn flatbread) until cheese looks to the doneness you want
4) drizzle with balsamic fig reduction (see above post) 1 TBSP = 33 cal

I just use volume control for most stuff (steak, chicken breast, lean beef hamburgers) to make calories not excessive. And I add a little flavour here or there to change things up. I also increased the veggie intake by making a salad that I actually enjoy eating and making it half of the plate or more. Also drink lots of water. It takes away some of the hunger from eating like a fattie.
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Post #22 by selyar » Tue Oct 18, 2016 12:27 pm

honestly portions are my biggest downfall.

find ways to eat more vegetables. with the change in season, roasted veggies are some of my favorite side dishes. and if you roast them in bulk, they can be used to top salads for lunches, added to sandwiches, etc for left overs.
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Post #23 by Calvin's Duplicate » Tue Oct 18, 2016 10:27 pm

You have a phone call to make, Selyar.

OFS can go to Monza or something.

http://www.bbc.com/travel/story/20161014-the-secret-behind-italys-rarest-pasta
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Post #24 by selyar » Tue Oct 18, 2016 11:06 pm

thats awesome.
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Post #25 by selyar » Tue Aug 15, 2017 5:09 pm

for the last three years, there has been a cookbook release that i have been stupid excited about.

this is the one for this year.

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Post #26 by Scott04 » Wed Aug 16, 2017 10:27 am

I'm not any more motivated to cook something now that this thread has been brought back, but now I'm reminded that I'm hungry. Someone buy me lunch.
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Post #27 by Walter White » Wed Aug 16, 2017 10:28 am

I bought a Weber grill like 3 months ago and haven't even bought propane yet because I suck...just been so busy

I can't wait to fire this thing up and start using it consistently.
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Post #28 by selyar » Wed Aug 16, 2017 11:28 am

my coworker has a prolific garden and this week he started bringing in tomatoes. i have several dozen on my desk right now. i think i'm going to go to store and get some bread and make a panzenella for lunch
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Post #29 by Boring Choice #2 » Wed Aug 16, 2017 11:47 am

we did tomatoes a few years back, but the squirrels always get them as soon as they are ripe and then take one bite and throw it out. fuckers.

but yeah, one big tomato plant will produce more tomatoes than a family can reasonably eat. more than that is a waste.


re: grilling... i have a weber and have it attached to the natural gas in the house. i use it all year long. it's great. we've had ours for 13 years and i rarely cover it and it's still in great shape. you just have to plan out your meals, but the meat, and have it ready to go when you get home at night. it's really no different than using regular appliances.
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Post #30 by MP » Thu Aug 17, 2017 2:12 pm

Boring Choice #2 wrote:we did tomatoes a few years back, but the squirrels always get them as soon as they are ripe and then take one bite and throw it out. fuckers.

but yeah, one big tomato plant will produce more tomatoes than a family can reasonably eat. more than that is a waste.


re: grilling... i have a weber and have it attached to the natural gas in the house. i use it all year long. it's great. we've had ours for 13 years and i rarely cover it and it's still in great shape. you just have to plan out your meals, but the meat, and have it ready to go when you get home at night. it's really no different than using regular appliances.

I do six plants every year... I end up blanching and freezing them for sauce over the winter.

You need to pick the tomatoes just as they start to ripen to avoid critters eating them. Vine ripe tomatoes are asking to be eaten.
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Post #31 by selyar » Thu Aug 17, 2017 2:31 pm

same coworker's brother in law is the owner of Joe Leones (https://www.joeleones.com/), so today he brought in more tomatoes and basil, along with a load of fresh mozzerella.

omg. so good.
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Post #32 by Wavering Transient » Fri Aug 25, 2017 1:50 am

Apprentice chef who works in fine-ish dining here.

I take photos of most of what I cook at home, but I stopped posting them here because the Habs broads are more interested in talking about their kids and their various neuroses.

Here are some canapés that I made for a church service a couple of months ago. Herb flatbread rounds, roasted red pepper/roasted eggplant cream cheese, pulled pork.

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Post #33 by vonbonds » Sun Aug 27, 2017 10:59 am

I just put ribs on the smoker about an hour ago. Pics in 5 or so hours!
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Post #34 by Dr. Doom » Sun Aug 27, 2017 11:26 am

franklin bbq had a fire during the storm. apparently only outside where the smokers are but idk what the full damage is.
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Post #35 by vonbonds » Sun Aug 27, 2017 12:26 pm

2 hours down..

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Post #36 by Dr. Doom » Sun Aug 27, 2017 12:29 pm

what kind of rub did you use?
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Post #37 by vonbonds » Sun Aug 27, 2017 12:34 pm

My wife doesn't like spicy so I usually make this one (as I did last night)

http://allrecipes.com/recipe/14556/dry-rub-for-ribs/
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Post #38 by Dr. Doom » Sun Aug 27, 2017 12:40 pm

nice. that's a pretty straightforward rub. the paprika makes it look like there's more spice.
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Post #39 by vonbonds » Sun Aug 27, 2017 12:42 pm

I prefer his rub but my family all said it was too hot for them

https://www.thespruce.com/carolina-bbq-rub-335939

The one I used last night is simple and tasty nonetheless
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Post #40 by Dr. Doom » Sun Aug 27, 2017 12:46 pm

that looks good too. i was trying to find the rub i used to use but not sure if i found the exact one. they're all pretty close to each other.
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Post #41 by vonbonds » Sun Aug 27, 2017 12:52 pm

That's the thing, I'm into western North Carolina flavors so every rub and BBQ sauce recipe are all similar due to their flavor profile. You need to go from Texas to KC to Georgia up to NC to see major differences in recipes.
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Post #42 by Dr. Doom » Sun Aug 27, 2017 12:57 pm

texas is more about brisket. most people here only use salt and pepper for their brisket.
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Post #43 by vonbonds » Sun Aug 27, 2017 1:01 pm

Yup, that's why I'm not a huge fan of Texas Q. I enjoy brisket now and then but I prefer pork to beef on the grill
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Post #44 by Dr. Doom » Sun Aug 27, 2017 1:04 pm

the thing is that brisket has enough fat that it doesn't need the extra flavor. that's why texas doesn't really know how to do ribs or pulled pork like KC or NC.
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Post #45 by vonbonds » Sun Aug 27, 2017 1:07 pm

I hear ya on that. Half of my fun is messing with recipes imparting different flavors into each cook. When my wife cooks brisket I rarely do anything more than salt and pepper
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Post #46 by Dr. Doom » Sun Aug 27, 2017 1:08 pm

that's what franklin does for brisket so if it's good enough for them, it's good enough for everyone.

yeah, they just are more about the smoke flavor here than the other flavors, so pork based bbq is a little different.
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Post #47 by vonbonds » Sun Aug 27, 2017 1:19 pm

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Post #48 by Walter White » Sun Aug 27, 2017 1:23 pm

made cheddar and ranch stuffed burgers last night and they were amazing

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Post #49 by Gay4Clemmer » Sun Aug 27, 2017 1:24 pm

Everything in Kentucky is either bland as all hell. I love Indian food but nowhere down here makes it with any flavour because they know if they did no one would eat it. The boyfriend and I have taken to just making our own Indian and other Asian style foods which I must say have turned out really well.
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Re: Food: a topic for discerning broads

Post #50 by vonbonds » Sun Aug 27, 2017 1:34 pm

Walter White wrote:made cheddar and ranch stuffed burgers last night and they were amazing

super easy too
Gay4Clemmer wrote:Everything in Kentucky is either bland as all hell. I love Indian food but nowhere down here makes it with any flavour because they know if they did no one would eat it. The boyfriend and I have taken to just making our own Indian and other Asian style foods which I must say have turned out really well.

Pics required. I love Indian food and a tasty sharp cheddar on a burger is crack for me

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