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Old 05-25-2011, 05:09 PM   #151
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Old 05-25-2011, 05:29 PM   #152
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Can someone throw a rib-eye on the barby for me too!!!
Here's a NY topped w/herbed cream cheese. Will that work 4U?
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Old 05-25-2011, 05:32 PM   #153
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Asiago~All your porn all p5 looks Sooo Delish!
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Old 05-25-2011, 05:52 PM   #154
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Your foods all look great! I'm interested in the way he makes the veggies. My BF always added mayo to hers, which sounded horrid to me, until i got a bite. WOW. And since we need fat, i figured what the hey! But yours looks fantastic too.

I also find that posting photos of my concoctions keeps it fresh and interesting for me instead of getting boring. Thanks for sharing!
Ooooh....mayonnaise on veggies...that intrigues me!!!

DH just steams the veggies and then adds lots (some may say too much!) butter. Then he shakes on Krazy Mixed Up Salt and lots of grated parmesan and stirs until it all melts together. So flippin good!

Maybe something like that with mayo instead of butter? Could you share your friends recipes?
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Asiago~All your porn all p5 looks Sooo Delish!
Thank YOU! I have always loved yours...! I always look for the green chili pepper somewhere on your plate...

could you please share your goat cheese salad recipe??
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! I always look for the green chili pepper somewhere on your plate...
could you please share your goat cheese salad recipe??


Half or quarter cherry maters or use whatever maters you have.
Slice up some onions into slivers
Tear up or chiffonade fresh basil leaves
Add chunks of goat cheese
Cracked black pepper
In a small bowl-Drizzle some Balsamic into some EVOO while whisking.
Pour onto salad and toss.
Garnish w/pepperoncini or whatever.
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Here's a NY topped w/herbed cream cheese. Will that work 4U?
OMG YES!!!! Looks so delicious!!!
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Dinner last night...low carb coleslaw and beer brats. So good!

Please ignore the carrot in this...not induction friendly. Dill LC Coleslaw:



And the brats and coleslaw on my plate...



had the same thing for lunch, great leftovers!!

I have two pork tenderloins smothered in salt, garlic, olive oil and herbs marinating in the fridge for DH to grill up tonight.. Can't wait! Had to get two since DS (9 yrs old) will eat almost one on his own...
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Asiago~Yum! Luv Brats and Slaw. Think I'll make up a batch this wknd to go w/my Ribs.

2 Porkers between 3 peeps! Wow!
I usually roast mine. I've never tried one on the Barbie. Do you use a gas or charcoal grill and how long does DH grill his Porkers? Does he use foil to hold in the juices? Just wondering.

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Dinner last night...low carb coleslaw and beer brats. So good!

Please ignore the carrot in this...not induction friendly. Dill LC Coleslaw:



And the brats and coleslaw on my plate...



had the same thing for lunch, great leftovers!!

I have two pork tenderloins smothered in salt, garlic, olive oil and herbs marinating in the fridge for DH to grill up tonight.. Can't wait! Had to get two since DS (9 yrs old) will eat almost one on his own...
how do you make this cole slaw?
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Just made a Broccoli Cass:


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Asiago~Yum! Luv Brats and Slaw. Think I'll make up a batch this wknd to go w/my Ribs.

2 Porkers between 3 peeps! Wow!
I usually roast mine. I've never tried one on the Barbie. Do you use a gas or charcoal grill and how long does DH grill his Porkers? Does he use foil to hold in the juices? Just wondering.
Oh -you have to try the grill sometime! DH usually uses our gas grill since he just bought the Weber this year. We had two 1 pound tenderloins and he grilled them on medium heat over a sheet of foil for about 4 minutes on each side. This seared the seasoning on it. Then once the oil rub was seared he grilled it on medium heat directly on the grill for about 5 minutes, flipping it. Then he moved it up to low heat for about 4-5 more. He kept the grill open the whole time.

It came out done medium with a slight pink center. Super good!!!

What do you do with your ribs? I want to try something new this weekend and DH does amazing high carb beef ribs...I am hoping to discover good ideas for low carb.
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how do you make this cole slaw?
Hi!

I put about 1/2 c. real mayonnaise in a large bowl. Then I added a few tablespoons each of apple cider vinegar and red wine vinegar, 3 packets splenda, celery salt, fresh cracked pepper, a squirt of yellow mustard and some fresh chopped dill and stirred with a fork to taste. I pretty much tasted after I added each item until the sauce tasted like a nice sweet coleslaw and not mayonnaisy. Once I liked it, I mixed up a full bag of coleslaw mix - shredded green cabbage and a little carrot.

It was great an hour later at dinner and even better for lunch today!
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Dinner tonight...

At lunch today, I mixed minced garlic, kosher salt, cracked pepper, red wine vinegar, olive oil and fresh rosemary, sage and thyme. Then I schmeared the whole mess on two 1 lb pork tenderloins and let marinate until 6:00 tonight. DH grilled them up and we had parmesan broccoli again (plain broc for picky DS).

I have never used this marinade before - got it in a new outdoor cookbook "Get Fired Up!" by the Deen Brothers - and it was amazingly tender and good. Definitely a do over!

After letting it rest and slicing:



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We ate outside on the deck and it was a very pleasant meal together!
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Asiago~Thx. I was wondering about the foil part. We have a gas grill too. I'll try the grill next time.

Not going to do anything to this rack of ribs. I'm buying them already Cooked!:blush:
Problem is...they come covered w/a too sweet of a sauce on them. So...I rinse/rub the sauce off the rack when I get home and then add my own.
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Asiago~Thx. I was wondering about the foil part. We have a gas grill too. I'll try the grill next time.

Not going to do anything to this rack of ribs. I'm buying them already Cooked!:blush:
Problem is...they come covered w/a too sweet of a sauce on them. So...I rinse/rub the sauce off the rack when I get home and then add my own.
That is BRILLIANT!!! DH loves Famous Daves ribs...how easy would it be to order some of them nekkid for me and add my own sauce...genius!

Buy them done so if it rains, who cares?
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That is BRILLIANT!!! DH loves Famous Daves ribs...how easy would it be to order some of them nekkid for me and add my own sauce...genius!

Buy them done so if it rains, who cares?
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NY w/a side of Blue Cheese salad:


Fajitas topped w/salsa and a side of Slaw:


Goat cheese salad w/maters/basil/onions and slaw:


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is edamame legal on induction??
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Hmm...I don't know. It's just a wittle soy bean.
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Just read this:
At Trader Joe's and the nutritionals souind great
for low carbing. 1/2 c. serving = 8 gm car, minus 5 gram fiber which
only leaves 3 gm carb and 10 gram protein.
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THIS looks awesome! Is that ham in there too?
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tuna salad - tuna, red onion, mayo
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Yay! So happy that all the regulars are posting food porn again.

Everything looks delish!
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THIS looks awesome! Is that ham in there too?
Thx. Canadian Bacon is in there. Tastes like Ham and looks like ham and comes from the same animal.
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