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  • #204564

    Alex Silbajoris
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    When it’s cooked to tenderness, run it through a food processor to make a slurry. You could stop here.

    #204565

    Alex Silbajoris
    Participant

    Then push it through a seive with the back of a ladle to remove the seeds and pulp. The pulp can be used to infuse vinegar.

    #204566

    Alex Silbajoris
    Participant

    The result is a sauce that’s thick, but still smooth enough to go through a squirt top on a hot sauce bottle.

    In the business, those bottles are called “woozies” as a corruption of Worcestershire.

    #204567

    misskitty
    Participant

    Sausage Gravy, Egg’s, pancakes, fried potatoes
    Breakfast for dinner = Best thing ever

    #204568

    Rockmastermike
    Participant

    found a chicken on sale nice and cheap. seasoned it and slowgrilled it up. served with lightly grilled asparagus with herbed goat cheese and a nice homemade sourdough bread. Gave some to my contractor and still have a good 1/3 of a chicken left for lunch tomorrow. Bu-ya!

    #204569
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
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    Decided that I didn’t want some apple cider in the fridge to go to waste, so I made a marinade/sauce out of it to bake with some family-farm pork chops tonight. Turned out quite well! :D

    #204570
    Snarf
    Snarf
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    Walker wrote >>
    Decided that I didn’t want some apple cider in the fridge to go to waste, so I made a marinade/sauce out of it to bake with some family-farm pork chops tonight. Turned out quite well! :D

    Sounds delightful. God I love pork. I made some chops last night with a nice rub served atop this roasted red pepper sauce that was SO FREAKING GOOD. I used roasted red peppers from a jar bc I didn’t have any red bell pepper, but I did have a yellow bell pepper that I roasted and threw in. Also didn’t have chipotle paste but a half teaspoon of chipotle tobasco did the trick.

    Roasted Red Pepper Sauce:

    4 red bell peppers, roasted, peeled, seeded, and chopped

    2 shallots, chopped

    1/4 cup red wine vinegar

    4 cloves roasted garlic, peeled

    1 tablespoon honey

    1 tablespoon Dijon mustard

    1 tablespoon chipotle chile puree

    Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper

    1/2 cup canola oil

    Combine the peppers, shallots, garlic, honey, mustard, and chipotle puree in a blender, season with salt and pepper, and blend until smooth. With the motor running, slowly add the oil and blend until emulsified.

    #204571

    Rockmastermike
    Participant

    Walker wrote >>
    Decided that I didn’t want some apple cider in the fridge to go to waste, so I made a marinade/sauce out of it to bake with some family-farm pork chops tonight. Turned out quite well! :D

    It doesn’t ever have to go to waste… http://lifehacker.com/5373351/brew-hard-cider-from-scratch

    #204572

    hungrywoolf
    Participant

    Walker wrote >>
    Decided that I didn’t want some apple cider in the fridge to go to waste, so I made a marinade/sauce out of it to bake with some family-farm pork chops tonight. Turned out quite well! :D

    You can also use it to bake/caramelize squash[/url]. really delicious.

    #204573

    AnneD
    Member

    hungrywoolf wrote >>
    You can also use it to bake/caramelize squash[/url]. really delicious.

    +1 That is my favorite squash recipe ever, and I eat a lot of squash!

    #204574

    dashinhilliard
    Participant

    Thick cut pork chops with kraut, rivel dumplings, and fresh picked Ohio Melrose apples from Lynd’s fruit farm. Added a dash of cider as well…..

    #204575

    mikegetsit
    Member

    My girl and i made pork last night as well. We made a pork tenderloin in a cranberry balsamic sauce. It waqs very simple, and we used up the leftover cranberries we had from making a dessert over the weekend!!!!!!

    #204576

    joev
    Participant

    I’ve been a pie making machine lately. Pear Butterscotch twice and Rum Raisin Apple Pie twice, the second time with the addition of star anise.

    #204577

    Mercurius
    Participant


    Maryland Chesapeake Bay Oysters from a new fishmonger in Columbus.
    http://www.franksfishandseafoodmarket.com/.

    I grated Honey Crisp Apples from Lynd’s Fruit Farm and made a sauce of the juice from them, ponzu soy sauce, garlic hot sauce and garnished with rosemary sea salt. Scrumptious but I think next time I’m going to add a sprig of fennel to the mix.


    Oyster Motoyaki with homemade mayonnaise and smoked paparika

    #204578

    Rockmastermike
    Participant

    i used to love oysters so much… but part of that was the enjoyment of watching my mom look ill when she saw me eating them (steamed).

    I’m so allergic now I cant go near ’em. :(

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