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  1. Cast iron is the best for getting the caramelized...

    Cast iron is the best for getting the caramelized flavor like a grill. If they are thin then you won't have a lot of time for them to sear. Try a garlic, pepper, and salt paste/marinade. It will...
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    Use an egg indicator in the water with the egg. ...

    Use an egg indicator in the water with the egg. When it's red in the center it's ready. Also, drop in a pinch of baking soda for easy peeling.
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    The one thing that stalls me is alcohol. One cup...

    The one thing that stalls me is alcohol. One cup of red and I'm done for a week.
  4. Thanks for the reply. I've now used it for any...

    Thanks for the reply. I've now used it for any marinade, paste, or sauce that calls for garlic or herbs. A few examples are chimmichurri sauce, balsamic Vinegret, and aioli. Most of the recipies...
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    One great way to Figure out portions is listed in...

    One great way to Figure out portions is listed in the book "well fed". Check out the link if you're interested.
    Well Fed: Paleo Recipes For People Who Love To Eat | theclothesmakethegirl

    I...
  6. Really??? I've heard of crockpot recipies,...

    Really??? I've heard of crockpot recipies, pressure cooker recipies, and recipies for a smoker. Besides, if you look at my post, the question I ask is "if you have one how do you use it?"
  7. My new favorite goto for the week is chicken...

    My new favorite goto for the week is chicken breast/ chicken thighs marinated from frozen. Do it the day before and let them thaw In the fridge. I also pound them flat before cooking on the grill or...
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    Stew meat is a generic name for a combination of...

    Stew meat is a generic name for a combination of different cuts that are often left over from butchering a side of beef. It usually has lots of fat and connective tissue. Slow and low (crockpot or...
  9. Any Mortar and pestle recipies out there?

    Hey there,
    I just got a mortar and pestle, and I'm looking for a few ways to use it besides pesto.

    So, if you have one, how do you use it? Please be specific... Don't say dressing.... Give 1...
  10. You can start with Costco rotisserie chicken, $5,...

    You can start with Costco rotisserie chicken, $5, large size, and primal. Next, I'd say hit the grill 2 times a week. If you cook on sun and wednesday you can have enough meat for the week.

    I'd...
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    Wrap it In lettuce.

    Wrap it In lettuce.
  12. Thread: Kimchi?

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    I have a quick...non fermented version. 6...

    I have a quick...non fermented version.

    6 cups veggies (napa, daikon, or cucumber)
    1 cup carrots chunked or julienned
    1 -2 tablespoon salt
    1-2 cups scallions

    1 inch grated ginger
    2 cloves...
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    Slow and low...or use a pressure cooker. You...

    Slow and low...or use a pressure cooker. You need to cook it long enough for the connective tissue to melt and make it juicy. That's the tough part that you spit out.
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