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Rambo John J

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I found it really takes thinking everything through to get the pics. Nobody wants to see raw food, but when things are done, especially when you're hungry, the last thing on your mind is taking pics. Once food is digesting the light bulb goes off that maybe I should have taken pics and shared. Story of my life, but from time to time I come through.
I never take pics
like 1% of the time
and I'm a good cook
 

Papi Chingon

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I'm a big time gardener but I don't know or practice latin names for the most part.
I do know the family cauliflower belongs to makes me fart strongly.
mizuna, mustard greens, cabbage, broccoli and a few others are in the same family. Do the greens make you fart as well, or just the florets?
 

Rambo John J

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mizuna, mustard greens, cabbage, broccoli and a few others are in the same family. Do the greens make you fart as well, or just the florets?
cabbage broccoli cauliflower are good for my farting, but anything you start eating a lot of, that you haven't eating a lot of, can create gas in the system, greens included...I love that family of plants/edibles so I eat a lot when available
 
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sparkuri

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I found it really takes thinking everything through to get the pics. Nobody wants to see raw food, but when things are done, especially when you're hungry, the last thing on your mind is taking pics. Once food is digesting the light bulb goes off that maybe I should have taken pics and shared. Story of my life, but from time to time I come through.
It's all about plating. If you don't plate then you're not gonna pic. But if you plate you'll pic, assuming your plating is a pic-worthy plating.

#Plating
 

Papi Chingon

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It's all about plating. If you don't plate then you're not gonna pic. But if you plate you'll pic, assuming your plating is a pic-worthy plating.

#Plating
I agree, yet disagree. Meals you make for yourself and no one else often times look amazing. Some though, can look like complete diarrhea but taste awesome, like my pot roast a few pages back.
 

Papi Chingon

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New York strip on top of fresh yard fresh Mizuno and greens with roasted potatoes and garlic. No need to "plate" it's awesome.
 

Papi Chingon

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Fucking spell correct always rapes me on mizuna. What is Mizuno anyways? Just those ugly volleyball shoes right?
 

Papi Chingon

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I was thinking baseball

I knew it was some sort of green though, likely asian in origin
mizuna is an asian mustard green with serrated leaves. awesome flavor, ben hoshi has purple stems, then there is pink as well (plus just the normal green varieties). adds not just flavor, but good color to salads. you could garnish with it as well, but unless someone is eating it, no need to waste.

 

Rambo John J

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mizuna is an asian mustard green with serrated leaves. awesome flavor, ben hoshi has purple stems, then there is pink as well (plus just the normal green varieties). adds not just flavor, but good color to salads. you could garnish with it as well, but unless someone is eating it, no need to waste.

Nice, love those types of greens
I grow those with that same leaf pattern and the top of the leaves are purple-ish
bit of spice to them...we save our own seeds and at this point they are just labelled "mustard greens"
 

Papi Chingon

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Nice, love those types of greens
I grow those with that same leaf pattern and the top of the leaves are purple-ish
bit of spice to them...we save our own seeds and at this point they are just labelled "mustard greens"
Sounds like a variety called red streaks mizuna. I've got some of those seeds but haven't tried them out yet. I was introduced to ben hoshi and pink and have been growing those exclusively. Ran out of pink, so I purchased the red streaks literally a week ago. Excited to see what they look like.
 

Papi Chingon

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Butt fingers seasoned with honey hog
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Covered with foil at 300 for 2 hours
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then sauced with whomp naked and dropped temp to 275 for another half hour uncovered

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Walla, buttfingers with steamed rice, mushrooms, and carrots
 

crowbar

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Huge 4 pound tri-tip.

Just waiting on my cousin to call me back with the recipe on how to cook it.

Also took out some mushrooms to saute.

Top it off with some broccoli.
 

Papi Chingon

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Huge 4 pound tri-tip.

Just waiting on my cousin to call me back with the recipe on how to cook it.

Also took out some mushrooms to saute.

Top it off with some broccoli.
Season, score fat cap, preheat oven to 425 and cook with fat cap side up for 50 minutes approximately. Pull from oven when it's 125ish and let rest.
 

Papi Chingon

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Wednesdays are usually beans and rice days for me but today I switched it up with rice and beans. Added citrus and garlic marina
Lets not call them buttfingers please
country style ribs is their common name, but they're from the pork shoulder/pork butt. I can't call them something they are not, and they are most definitely not ribs.
 

Rambo John J

Eats things that would make a Billy Goat Puke
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Wednesdays are usually beans and rice days for me but today I switched it up with rice and beans. Added citrus and garlic marina

country style ribs is their common name, but they're from the pork shoulder/pork butt. I can't call them something they are not, and they are most definitely not ribs.
Nope
 

Papi Chingon

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Tuesdays are usually beans and rice days for me but today I switched it up with rice and beans instead. Overcooked the beans a bit but they were still great. Marinated chicken breaststroke in citrus juice and garlic, then cut them into straps, skewered, and dusted them with some seasoning. May not look like like anything spectacular but it was awesome. Went to bed and forgot about posting. I'll be eating leftovers of that in some variation tonight. Maybe in tacos?