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About In2Fish

  • Birthday December 15

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    Centreville, VA
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    Cooking / BBQ, Tropical Fish, and Photography.
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    Akorn,Kamado Joe,Other Kamado

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  1. Akorn to PB K22 step up?

    She's really missing out...
  2. Thx CK, I will pass on the good word. Thx Bgosnell151.
  3. This month was a fun kamado challenge cook; I enjoyed and spent a couple weekends in advance making experimenting with different proteins , homemade sauces, and even flour & corn tortillas. My 3 tacos: · Spicy Shrimp tacos on flour & corn tortilla: o Marinade/spice mix: 1 ½ T olive oil, 1 minced garlic clove, ½ t cumin ½ t chili powder, ½ t onion powder, and ¼ t salt o Shrimped cooked on the kamado, o Topped with pico de gallo, green sauce, and white cotija cheese · Tacos al pastor on corn tortilla, o Pork marinade: ¼ cup olive oil, 2 ounces homemade achiote paste, 1 T adobe sauce, 4 Chipotle peppers, 1 minced garlic clove, and ½ t salt. (marinade for 2 hours) o Pork cooked on the kamado, finished inside with pineapple and onions. o Topped with a little white cotija cheese and green sauce. · Chicken Fajita taco on flour & corn tortilla. o Fajita marinade: 1/3 c soy, ¼ c lime juice, ¼ c canola oil, ¼ cup sugar, 1 T paprika, 2 t cumin 1 T chili powder, and 3 minced garlic cloves o Chicken cooked on the kamado, onions and red peppers started on the kamado finish on the stop (didn’t’ want too much smoke) o Topped with cotija and cheddar cheese, and pickled onion. Various topping and sauces/salsa include: Homemade pickled onions Pico de gallo (fresh diced tomato, onion, jalapeno, & lime juice) for the shrimp dish Green Sauce - 1 cup sour cream, 1 bunch of cilantro, and 2 T lime juice. ( @KismetKamado no peeking at the secret green sauce...) Homemade guacamole on the side. All tortillas were homemade. One batch was all corn, the other 2/3 flour and 1/3 corn The variety of flavors for this cook was just incredible. The fajita marinade is one of my new favorites, I recommend reserving some of the marinade to add to the onion and red pepper the end. We also had fun platting, as my daughter helped out this month for the final taco photo shoot layout and arrangement, I geeked-out with an untold number of photos… Achiote paste Pork prep for the tacos al pastor Pre slided the chicken thinly. Spicy Shrimp marinading Green sauce in making tortilla prep cooking time... Ignore the Irish Bangers that was just prep for the next nights dinner. finishing the taco prep inside. Fresh guacamole, yum... Final shot..
  4. Muy bien tacos

    @shuley you have a great looking taco cook, i bet the family loved it !
  5. Dry aged Steak and Potatoes

    @pesto3 That's one great looking cook. Nice job.
  6. Chorizo Tacos

    That's a great looking weekday taco cook, homemade chorizo - nice !
  7. Chorizo Tacos

    You're a bad influence Ck....
  8. Pizza night

    Nice looking pizzas,yum.
  9. Grilled Shrimp

    Great looking shrimp
  10. Custom Stainless Grate

    Great looking custom grate!
  11. Base@1234

    Welcome to the forum, Akorns are a great way to enter into kamado cooking.
  12. Taco Challenge test cooks...

    We all look forward to your entry.
  13. Detroit Style Pizza Pan

    That was a good read. Until this post I didn't realize there was a Detroit style pizza. it's another cook I need to add to my growing to-make list. @ckreef nice post and a great cook.
  14. I'm sure it helped, but I had no real measurement of salt, it is still salty tasting as are most cured meats, but not over powering. If I was smart I should have noted how much salt was listed on the label and I should have cooked a small portion to taste test for the salt level after the 1 hour soak. Next time I may try a 2 hour water bath.