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Old 03-14-2011, 03:29 AM   #26
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Yesterday, I slow cooked some beef skirt with garlic and cayenne pepper in chicken stock. Left it overnight (it will only improve) and tonight I'm making Roast Beef Po Boys. This is me and my wife's favourite sandwich now. I try to be as authentic as possible, French bread, mayonnaise, shredded lettuce and debris gravy.

I love this style of Louisiana/Cajun cooking. We knock up different types of Jambalaya in the deli, a massive seller. Does anyone else have any other recipes from this area/style?
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I am planning on making some sugar cookies for my grandma's birthday this weekend. The recipe is from Joy of Cooking.
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I'm making the Pioneer Woman's Spicy Dr. Pepper Shredded Pork.



I had to go to two stores to get chipotle peppers in adobo, but at least the Dr. Pepper was easy to find! I'm going to have it with multigrain tortillas with whole beans, greek yogurt, and salsa. I probably should've gotten some avocado but oh well. I was in a hurry.
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I'm making the Pioneer Woman's Spicy Dr. Pepper Shredded Pork.



I had to go to two stores to get chipotle peppers in adobo, but at least the Dr. Pepper was easy to find! I'm going to have it with multigrain tortillas with whole beans, greek yogurt, and salsa. I probably should've gotten some avocado but oh well. I was in a hurry.
That's an great recipe, great food blog, and anything with Dr. Pepper is doubly great! I'd rep you twice if I could.
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I altered the recipe slightly. I poured the Dr. Pepper before adding the peppers, and the pureed 2 cans and covered the roast. Baked six hours in a turkey roasting pan, I've already shredded it, and decided to strain off the big bits and chill the drippings overnight to discard fat later.

I had some of the pulled pork on hard rolls with Texas-style slaw and cottage fries for dinner. I plan to have some later using her pork-wrap suggestion.
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I have a big pot of chicken stock to be simmering away on the stove.

I had a whole chicken, so I skinned and trimmed it, removed the breast portions so we could grill them for supper and cut the rest of the body into pieces. I chopped up some onion, garlic, carrot, and celery and spread it on a pan and put the chicken pieces on top, sprinkled it all with poultry seasoning and baked it 'till done. Once it was cool enough to work with, I picked all the meat off the bones and put it into a container in the fridge so that I could have some for soup and some for whatever other recipe we come up with that needs cooked chicken. The bones, baked veggies from the pan, and all the pan juices went into the pot to become stock. That's pretty much my weekly chicken ritual, to get multiple meals from one bird.

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That's an great recipe, great food blog, and anything with Dr. Pepper is doubly great! I'd rep you twice if I could.
It was my first foray into Dr. Pepper cooking and it turned out delicious! I foresee many more meals comprising Dr. Pepper, a soda I do not drink but, apparently, cook with! Who knew!
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It was my first foray into Dr. Pepper cooking and it turned out delicious! I foresee many more meals comprising Dr. Pepper, a soda I do not drink but, apparently, cook with! Who knew!
My dutch oven potatoes recipe also uses Dr. Pepper, that I add last just before baking (using hot coals), producing Dr. Pepper Steam.

I would imagine you would find other bbq, and dessert recipes using the State Beverage of Texas.
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My dutch oven potatoes recipe also uses Dr. Pepper, that I add last just before baking (using hot coals), producing Dr. Pepper Steam.

I would imagine you would find other bbq, and dessert recipes using the State Beverage of Texas.
Yummy!!! Funny how I don't like to drink it, but cooking with it? Loverly. And I've never been to Texas!

Tonight we're having leftover pork stuff, along with sauteed onion, cabbage and zucchini in the aforementioned whole wheat tortillas. I felt guilty for not having a vegetable to speak of. I added in some of the Dr. Pepper sauce when cooking the veggies so they have a little pepperage deliciousness on them, too. You know, depth of flavor and all that jazz.

I wonder how barbecue chicken would be with a Dr. Pepper type glaze/sauce.
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Dr. Pepper BBQ Sauce .. you could cheat that way..

or you could make your own like this, for example:

* 2 cups of Dr. Pepper soda, pop, soft drink...whatever you call it.
* 1 cup tomato ketchup
* 1/4 cup chili sauce
* 3 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
* 3 tablespoons cider vinegar
* 2 teaspoons finely chopped garlic
* 1/2 to 1 teaspoon black pepper, to taste

Whisk all ingredients together, then bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low and simmer the Dr. Pepper sauce for 20 to 30 minutes, just until the sauce is slightly thickened.
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today I am baking a folded cherry pie with cinnamon nutmeg & brown sugar
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I just watched one of those yesterday on Foodwishes.com on Youtube! I'd never heard of it before.
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I've been in the mood for homemade jerky lately. I made a very small experimental batch of buffalo jerky a few days ago that came out really well. Now I've got a fair amount of meat sliced and marinating for a much larger batch of beef jerky.

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Yesterday I made a double layer very moist choc mint cake with pink cream cheese icing
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I'm a complete blank for this weekend.

What are y'all planning to make this weekend?
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Made apple crisp for the first time today since I had a bunch of apples and nothing better to do with them. Used the Joy of Cooking recipe. Turned out really well, except I had to use a little bit of milk for the topping to get it to hold together a bit better.

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Once a year my mom makes huge amount of beef vegetable soup which is awesome and she gives most of it away. She uses a lot of canned veggies in hers and I wanted to try it with all fresh veggies.

She always uses lots of beef so you should have shredded roast in every bite with the veggies.

I used: LOTS of beef,
Fresh: potatoes, baby carrots, tomatoes, yellow squash, zucchini, asparagus, spinach, cauliflower, cabbage, mushrooms, red peppers, green peppers, fresh garlic, snow peas, corn fresh off the cob, brussell sprouts.

Canned: 2 cans of V-9 juice, Butter beans, black beans, and peas.

This is the important part....only use Club crackers.
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We are having a morning tea at work tomorrow... YUM!!

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I experimented tonight and made Crispy Collard Balls with Vidalia Onion Vinaigrette. There’s no recipe… I made a thick batter with added spices, threw in lots of shredded greens, rolled it into balls with a dash of breadcrumbs, sprinkled on garlic powder, and baked until crispy. The vinaigrette was courtesy of Kraft.

They weren’t half bad, much to my astonishment. And they might even be a worthy Southern appetizer in the hands of someone who actually knows how to cook.

(My mother, however, is still laughing at me for nuking collard greens in a microwave … oh, the sacrilege.)
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Just about to take some butterscotch banana walnut bread from the oven. I love baking so much that my dad was afraid I was going to drop out of graduate school this year to open my own bakery! Haha No worries, dad, that'll be my next endeavor after getting my doctorate degree!
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I have no idea why I'm reading this thread right now.. I haven't had anything to eat yet - and now I'm starving for things I can't have.
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