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I remember coming home as kid & seeing one of these in a pot on the stove..

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There are some Korean seafood restaurants in Flushing, Queens that serve live baby octopus....

It comes as parts of a seafood tower sort of...I'm an adventurous eater, but the moving pile of seafood is a little unsettling.
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Slumming tonight, using up some picnic ham leftovers.



Ham & Cheese Crêpes.

Good but not as good as the crêpe I had in Paris from that tiny kiosk in the 5th . . .

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That ain't slumming. Slumming is a handful of sunflower seeds and a fruit bar. Crepes are pretty high on the hog.
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All items from a Moroccan Cookbook.

Honey stewed lamb,

Preserved Lemon Chicken,

Mint,Pepper,Carrot Couscous,

Grilled Shrimp,

Bastilla,

Anise rolls
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Tequila-Lime BBQ Grilled Jumbo Prawns.

Cookstr - Tequila-Lime Grilled Shrimp



Bought some special Gulf of Mexico wild caught 15 count/pound jumbo prawns that the store doesn't normally carry.


I used a smidge more tequila ~1/2 cup, Add about 1/4 cup of diced Cilantro, marinade with everything but the lime juice for about 2 hours, then just 1/2 hour before cooking add lime juice.

I don't use or add the suggested olive oil, or the cummin.


QUICK sear only 3-4 minutes a side. DON'T overcook!

YUM YUM YUM YUM







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Chicken wings. I put tobasco pepper, and seasoning salt. I cook at 200 deg. F and flip them every 5-7 min. Just before they are done I brush on honey garlic sauce. Total time to cook is around 2 hours. Slow but worth it. The beer helps.
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This steak is actually cheaper than a Big Mac...

Go figure, this 1.5" thick AAA (USDA Choice) top sirloin grilling steak from Costco, that end up at about $3 per meal.

The leftover end up in a curry or a sandwich.



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Ha. Ha. That's is actually how I mentality price meat when I buy it. If I can feed them for $5-6 per head (meat/main only) - the cost of a basic McD meal (less drink) - then I feel that I am 'within budget'.

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Ha. Ha. That's is actually how I mentality price meat when I buy it. If I can feed them for $5-6 per head (meat/main only) - the cost of a basic McD meal (less drink) - then I feel that I am within budget.

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You got it... Sometime I look at family table at McDonald with a $25-$30 bill and I'm going "You can get a Prime on sale" for less than that.

I only go there when I need a grease fix (morning after) and stick with the value deal.
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Speaking of economics.........

Lea and Perrins...there is no substitute!

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you ready for this?!!

i slow braised some turkey drumsticks in my homemade NM red chili sauce with MOLE. then shredded it, made some mexican rice..BURRITO CITY!! nice to make the legs early, so you can remove all the fat.

topped with fresh avocado, some jalapeno, salsa..all on a local tortilla joints "today's" flour tortillas..

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I like the pizza on the grill idea, that looks just about perfect.

Vash - how do I place an order?
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Haven't been cooking much of anything, but did incinerate some meat recently.
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Vash - how do I place an order?
same here!
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Shopping for Peruvian roast chicken ingredient right now. Tomorrow is going to be off the hook!
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Bah!!! Peruvian roast chicken!!

Live a little... roast a Coy :-)
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Good old Costco... This piece cost $4.50. They had 30" long pork loin at $18 minus $5 Instant saving

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