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09-29-2013 06:00 PM - edited 09-29-2013 06:09 PM
'Bout time to breathe some life back into this thread.
I present to you, the Coal Miner's Wet Dream.
Country fried steak. Fried in italian bread crumbs and egg batter topped with gravy made from what was left in the pan after cooking the steaks.
Green bean casserole. With french fried onions and cheesy broccoli soup.
Even Williams Honey Bourbon.
09-29-2013 07:47 PM
09-29-2013 09:40 PM
looks good, man.
hey, how's that e.w. honey? i tried the beam sh*t and it was too thick with honey, really sticky.
was looking for just a touch. the beam was waaay too sweet.
It's still pretty sweet. I haven't had the Jim Beam version, but it's about on par with Jack Daniels Honey liquor.
It's all just candy booze. Not my normal thing, but the weather here's getting funky and a mint julep just doesn't seem right.
09-30-2013 01:08 AM
....the countertop looks prettier.
That would be an awesome wrap finish!
Food looks awesome as well! I am now drooling all over my keyboard!
09-30-2013 06:53 AM - edited 09-30-2013 06:55 AM
thanks gremmy. maybe i'll just do the honey drop myself. eh, prolly not. been drinking more screwdrivers and bloody marys lately.
back on food track, my dad and i have been doing the omaha steak thing for a few months now. we both get some crazy $50 deal and split it up.
here's how my last shipment went: 8 pork chops, 8 burgers, a bunch of chicken breasts and they threw in some small steak filets for free. not bad. the burgers are ok, the filets are awesome, chicken breasts are good (if not a little on the small side,) and the chops are pretty good. which begs my next question:
how do you cook your chops?? i've tried a number of ways, but have mostly come out with some really dry sh*t. i've marinated/grilled, pan-fried and baked. seems the only way that they still had some juice to them is when i crock potted.
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09-30-2013 10:38 AM
...how do you cook your chops?? i've tried a number of ways, but have mostly come out with some really dry sh*t. i've marinated/grilled, pan-fried and baked. seems the only way that they still had some juice to them is when i crock potted.
Braising seems to work the best for me. I'll sear them in an oven-safe pan, then dump in some cream of mushroom soup or similar and bake for 40 min. @ 350 or so. OR, I've recently experimented with baking them "low and slow" - 275 - 300 for 90 min. Worked out great!
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