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Panchango

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  1. A Restaurant Ruined My Life

    I saw this the other day and just thought I would share... https://torontolife.com/food/restaurant-ruined-life/
  2. Food porn!

    No Bow Chikka Wow Wow sound track? Nice cooks...
  3. That looks great. The last time I made media noche, I used a thick cut dense potato bread and it turned out pretty well. I actually sliced and vacuum packed some of the pork and ham so I could have it during the cold of winter.
  4. ABT's

    That's a very nice gift. Enjoy. NIce cook too.
  5. Nothing but the money!

    Maple smoked Mac and Cheese. Started with butter and roasted garlic, then built a roux. Added a little milk and a bunch of cheese, salt, pepper, and a pinch of dried habanero powder. Spread over al dente cooked medium shells and topped with some shredded sharp cheddar. I used the smoking box with some maple chips for a nice clean smoke. Baked at 350F for about 35 minutes on the primo jr until it was done. Took it my mother's house where we had it with steamed broccoli and spiral ham from the slow cooker. It was a nice fall comfort food meal. Thanks for looking.
  6. A Simple Spatchcocked Bird...

    Just a habit I picked up a while ago when cooking on the Joe Jr. It gives me a little more room around the edges to add veggies etc and in my opinion makes moving it around the grill easier.
  7. Smoked Burger Test Fire!

    That's a nice looking burger. Will you partially pre-cook them and toss em on the grill the day of the event?
  8. A Simple Spatchcocked Bird...

    Thanks. I had a bountiful harvest of them this summer. I have been hitting the slices with a little olive oil, salt and pepper. I just give it some grill marks then move it indirect to finish cooking. It is normally about 20-25 minutes and really tasty.
  9. A Simple Spatchcocked Bird...

    Thanks. It was a tasty bird.
  10. It has been a busy week and unfortunately today was no exception. When I finished with work, I wanted to break out the grill and relax a bit. Unfortunately, it has been pouring all day, so I dragged the Jr around to the garage and stayed as dry as I could. I spatchcocked a 4lb chicken and seasoned it with Meat Church Holy Cow. I know it is made for beef, but I have been enjoying it on chicken as well. I cooked raised indirect at first with some orange wood smoke at roughly 400F. Towards the end, I moved it to raised direct to give it a little more color and crisp it up. Roasted some Yukon Gold potatoes and butternut squash. Overall, it was a nice simple and tasty meal. Thanks for looking.
  11. Fresh pork belly

    Almost as healthy as grilling some salmon It looks great. My local market slices it by company doctrine, but if you ask they will cut you a hunk or even sell a whole one.
  12. I don't know what you are talking about.... They look delicious to me. My first few attempts at pizza were inedible... I tried feeding to pups but ended up having to pitch them. It takes a while dial things in. You are miles ahead of where I was after my first try. Nicely done.
  13. Sweet Baby Jeebus!!! I could go for some of that. Looks awesome.
  14. Looks like I’m going ghost hunting

    For just about 12 years, I've worked at restored vaudeville theater which is purported to have a ghost named Fred. Below is his pic and a blurb from the website. I have not seen him, but he does get blamed when something unexpected happens here. We have had a few groups come through and do the ghost hunting thing. They have all had fun doing it. I don't think their equipment has yielded any definitive results, but it doesn't stop them from coming and giving it a shot. Here is Fred with Leo, one of the MGM Lions, sometime in the 30's. Here is his story from the website.
  15. Looks great. I also like how you raised the fire. Nicely done.
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