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Old 03-27-2012   #8131 (permalink)
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Fun with farm animals. What can I say?

I like big butts and I can not lie.
You other brothers can't deny...
Baby got back.

Smoked pork butt and baby back ribs. Kinky BBQ at its best.

Although "pork butt" is actually the butt cut off a pork shoulder and "baby back ribs" aren't from a baby pig. Kinda misleading.

First grill of the season tonight.
Mesquite angus surloin steaks, cilantro lime shrimp, zucchini spears, and baked potatoes. All on the grill. Spring is here!
All those pork butt's are shipped out of Boston.
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All those pork butt's are shipped out of Boston.
Then you'll get to eat some food "from back home" when your here.

Venison tonight. Thin sliced, dredged in flour and pan fried. With cornbread stuffing and green beans.

Then I'm bottling a batch of beer. (That kinda fits the food thread doesn't it?)
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Tonight is leftover Cochinita Pibil that I made on Sunday. Also cooking some chicken breasts to make meat and broth for homemade Chicken & dumplings tomorrow.
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Then you'll get to eat some food "from back home" when your here.

Venison tonight. Thin sliced, dredged in flour and pan fried. With cornbread stuffing and green beans.

Then I'm bottling a batch of beer. (That kinda fits the food thread doesn't it?)
I want to eat at YOUR house!
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Beer with a side of Blackened Grouper tacos..
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Homemade spaghetti and meatballs tonight.... I make really good spaghetti and meatballs!!!
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Homemade spaghetti and meatballs tonight.... I make really good spaghetti and meatballs!!!
We are having spaghetti and meatballs too, but not homemade! Do you share your recipe, I would love to try it!

I have a new hobby, making motzerella and it is delish! I oven roast tomatoes and garlic, pack it in olive oil and serve the cheese with the tomatoes, garlic and fresh basil.

I could eat my weight in it....where's the diet thread....?!
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We are having spaghetti and meatballs too, but not homemade! Do you share your recipe, I would love to try it!

I have a new hobby, making motzerella and it is delish! I oven roast tomatoes and garlic, pack it in olive oil and serve the cheese with the tomatoes, garlic and fresh basil.

I could eat my weight in it....where's the diet thread....?!
Ok, truth be told... it's not "my" recipe ... but it is homemade and it is good!! I've made it a bunch of times and my family really loves it. It's pretty easy too and you just cook the meatballs right in the sauce. Here you go:

Italian Spaghetti Sauce with Meatballs Recipe - Allrecipes.com

Your turn now... share that mozzarella recipe!! Sounds delish!
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Chicken breasts stuffed with provalone cheese and asparagus spears, baked red ptoatoes.
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Your turn now... share that mozzarella recipe!! Sounds delish![/QUOTE]

Thanks for the recipe! If I hadn't made spaghetti and meatballs last night, I would make this today!

Making motzerella is surprisingly easy. The best way to learn is to start with a kit that contains the rennet and citric acid. You can get a great one at Amazon for $25, with free shipping! It only takes about 30 mins to make! Be sure to find milk that is not ultra pasteurized, the kits maker has a great website with lots of helpful info and lists milk sources by state. Have fun!

Amazon.com: Mozzarella and Ricotta Cheese Making Kit: Kitchen & Dining
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I'm the chef.
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Chicken breasts stuffed with provalone cheese and asparagus spears, baked red ptoatoes.
We had the first cutting of asparagus from the garden last night, over the coming weeks we'll be cutting 8-10 pounds a day.
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I'm the chef.
WOW! That looks outstanding! Too pretty to eat!
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We had the first cutting of asparagus from the garden last night, over the coming weeks we'll be cutting 8-10 pounds a day.
I love asparagus. Colleen makes a side dish with chopped asaragus, mushrooms, onions, and lots of garlic sautted in a bit of olive oil and butter. Its awesome served over the top of a nice grilled beef steak, or chicken breast.
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Thanks for the recipe! If I hadn't made spaghetti and meatballs last night, I would make this today!

Making motzerella is surprisingly easy. The best way to learn is to start with a kit that contains the rennet and citric acid. You can get a great one at Amazon for $25, with free shipping! It only takes about 30 mins to make! Be sure to find milk that is not ultra pasteurized, the kits maker has a great website with lots of helpful info and lists milk sources by state. Have fun!

Amazon.com: Mozzarella and Ricotta Cheese Making Kit: Kitchen & Dining
Our local home brew supply store has cheese making supplies. Ive always wanted to try it.
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WOW! That looks outstanding! Too pretty to eat!


I love asparagus. Colleen makes a side dish with chopped asaragus, mushrooms, onions, and lots of garlic sautted in a bit of olive oil and butter. Its awesome served over the top of a nice grilled beef steak, or chicken breast.
Wait! Those are photos I grabbed from the recipes I found on the net! I'm going to prepare this tonight. Vegetable Tian: Zucchini/tomato/potato slices; baked and topped with cheese. Scampi is scampi...kind of hard to mess it up.

I'll be sure to post photos to see if mine is as pretty.
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