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Fresh salmon? Fresh spinach?

One of the guys at work was trying to tell me about mixing egg whites and spinach, but not exactly sure how.
Salmon was cooked, leftover from yesterdays lunch.

I start off by cooking the peppers and onions down in the pan, cook for a bit, then Ill add the raw spinach and cook till it wilts down, then Ill add the eggs.
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I don't like peppers... I'll try with onions and mushrooms instead. Thanks!
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Cast iron seared and oven finished chicken thigh with garlic and thyme.







Did another egg/ egg white omelette this morning with the caviar and goat cheese, the caviar adds a nice salty pop to each bite also the brine jives well with the richness of the goat cheese, its addicting and I will experience it again at lunch time.




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Things are so heavy on here lately, Jeeze, calm down and make some facking fooood.

Been really getting into cooking with cast iron lately, here's a few things from the past few nights.

Also discovered I have been wasting bacon grease all my life, put that in a jar and in the fridge to use instead of butter- profit.

Bacon fat MMMMmmmmmm



Roasted veggies and chicken 1/4


Cast iron cornbread, substituted 1/2 the butter for bacon fat.





Chicken thighs out of the oven


Sunday nights dinner
Chicken thigh, asparagus, sunny side egg, corn bread and a pureed mireproix ancho-tomatillo sauce
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Chicken thigh, asparagus, sunny side egg, corn bread and a pureed mireproix ancho-tomatillo sauce
Looks tasty! But I'm curious, why the sunny side egg? Or is the theme "all things that taste amazing cooked in bacon grease?"
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Looks tasty! But I'm curious, why the sunny side egg? Or is the theme "all things that taste amazing cooked in bacon grease?"
Thanks!
Mostly wanted to see if my cast iron was seasoned enough yet to fry an egg on it. Also, asparagus topped with eggs and hollandaise is a very common dish, I was too lazy for the hollandaise, that stuff can be a pain to make.
Either way I felt it worked with the rustic feel of the dish.

Fack, I'm in love with cast iron now, I want to find some vintage pieces.
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Fack, I'm in love with cast iron now, I want to find some vintage pieces.
I went through a cast iron phase for a bit and searched around for a nice vintage piece. Never did find one, but I learned there is quite the following for old cast iron. IIRC, estate sales are your best bet if you want to find something affordable.
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I went through a cast iron phase for a bit and searched around for a nice vintage piece. Never did find one, but I learned there is quite the following for old cast iron. IIRC, estate sales are your best bet if you want to find something affordable.
I have been estate saling , but yes, you are right, a quick you tube search made me realize there is a whole culture out there that has a hardon for old cast iron. Unfortunately everyone knows this and a good 50 year old sand cast piece like a 50s or 60s wagner ware will go for hundreds.

Since she doesn't use it, I asked my grandmother if I could have her old Griswold that her mother passed down to her and her adorable response (she losing it a bit) was "but I still cook with it"
She probably hasn't touched it in 15 years, shes 93 and probably couldn't lift it up.
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Bacon, jalapeño and cheddar cast-iron cornbread from scratch and mushrooms cooking down.



Steak, shrooms, rice and bjc cornbread.




Asian inspired, wild boar lettuce wraps with kimchi



Because buying PB is for the birds



Key bumps anyone? I hear it's all the rage in Europe.


Jackfruit, tangerines, grapes, rasberries, strawberries, blackberries and blue berries. Greek yogurt with lime zest, orange blossom honey and bee pollen.



Coconut curry slow cooker pull apart chicken breast


Sweet and savory tartines.

On the left: dates, tangerines, fennel on a spread of yogurt blended with assort berries. Drizzled with a tangerine infused balsamic vinegar. (Go to Olive Tree, awesome store)
On the right- coconut curry chicken, spicy yogurt spread, sweet and spicy slaw, onions, fennel and carrots






Sweet and spicy slaw, big thanks to USNGT for the recipe, really wanted to throw sesame seeds in but I was fresh out.




Bonus dessert tartine.

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Took my first crack at banana bread yesterday, house smells glorious.


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Busted out some meringues made from garbanzo bean water Saturday morning before cars and coffee.
Turned out lovely.


Stiff peaks bitches





Was trying to make steak tacos but my dough turned too dry to bend, so I just settled on a steak tostata instead.
With homemade mango salsa of course.



Got some lime juice and chili rub on the cow strips

Deglazing with onions after searing steak



Cornmeal, flour, salt, baking powder for the dough.



Kinda looks like the Millennium falcon, dontcha think?



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Ahi toooooona with cucumber tartine with a sauce made of greek yogurt, honey, ginger and lemon balm leaves from my grandma's garden.




Jackfruit, pears and lemon balm drizzled with a tangerine infused balsamic vinegar.



Cast Iron seared/oven finished chicken thighs with string beans, shrooms and onions.




Marinated lamb shoulder with creamy garlic rosemary mashed parsnips, sautéed oyster mushrooms with a balsamic pan sauce, and a cucumber, dill and feta tartine to keep things fresh.











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God damnit man, how many threads are you gonna post your meat in?!
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Ya, like you haven't done that before to see what it tastes like.
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Ya, like you haven't done that before to see what it tastes like.
Pineapples, bro.

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Pineapples, bro.

The ladies always thank me. Sti Lynn knows what I'm talking bout.
Mango and peaches work well too.
Avoid red meat, booze and dairy, it makes it bitter.

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Here KCSR, since I know you all enjoy looking at pictures of my "meat".

Yesterday was national burger day, did you celebrate?

Coca cola onions, you have to try this!





All teh bacons!


Cast Iron is the only way for burgers




Yaaaasss




Made some spaghetti carbonara for the first time the other day, spaghetti + bacon+ egg yolks +parmigiano+cracked black pepper =sex



Also first time ever making cookies
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