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vinny

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Ohhhh my...

Rotisserie rib roast.

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This was suggested on @jswordy's venison thread. I got lucky and got my slicer for $50 when a cafe closed in town. If you can find one under $250 its worth a single feed of this!
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I may be slightly delirious, but I suggest you make any variation you can.

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Garlic toasted
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Oh, and parmesan French fries with a simple balsamic basil salad

If I fail to wake tomorrow, it was worth it!
 

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Vietnamese salad rolls - with shrimp - made a dirty dozen
vermicelli shredded carrots cucumbers basil and mint rolled with rice paper - dip in peanut sauce and shirachi hot sauce
Vietnamese bowl with chicken - vermicelli, carrots , cucumbers, basil, mint
and of course Gewürztraminer to was it all down!

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I have not been able to eat beef for 5 years! That in itself made digging into this beauty an epic experience, but the fact that it was a 3 napkin burger made it the best damn thing I could have asked for tonight.

Mushroom, bacon, cheddar... Juicy! Sloppy! Delicious!

Full, but pain is love!

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Served with fresh greens from the garden tower, and bruschetta as a starter.

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I pulled a pork roast out earlier this week. No skin? WTF... So, I pulled out another one and had that for dinner. This one got a maple syrup brine. I also haven't been able to tolerate smoked foods, so no smoker. I figured if I'm turning the BBQ into a smoker, why make a sauce to mop... Rotisserie smoker!
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Today has been a busy one. Started a sourdough to bake tomorrow, made a pasta salad, and potato salad to serve with the ham. Maybe some beans still to come?

Decisions, decisions...
 

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Big weather change, +5 to -20 and blowing hard. Made for an uneventful day. Ended up having calamari and an IPA in town around 3:00.

I was aiming for a snacky meal, and it gave me some time to play with my food.

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This one is for @BigDaveK. I like to branch out, but I grew up a peasant, and I still enjoy me some quality peasant food!

Ground beef stroganoff... A little brandy and mustard for effort, but still a classic.

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Burger night with a slight twist this time. Made my own ground beef w/ the grinder attachment on the KA. This was just my first attempt, so I went with straight chuck. I'll start experimenting with adding other cuts like short ribs and brisket now. Not much to look at in the pics, but they were definitely good. A little roasted broccoli and oven onion rings on the side.

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