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wiltznucs
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Sunday cooking thread...


So I took my inspiration from a thread posted here a week or so ago. I decided to give it a Florida twist.

I bought a pork loin and stuffed it with salchica sausage (an Argentine chorizo), cream cheese and diced jalapeños. I then wrapped the whole loin in a bacon weave and topped with a homemade rub. Dropped it on the Primo smoker at 8am. Looking good thus far...




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StinkDog12
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That shall make a tasty chew.

I'm working on some home made empanadas. Won't have pics until, later though.

Whatcha sip'n on W?

I went with a Sunday morning bloody to kick it off this morning.



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wiltznucs
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quote:

Whatcha sip'n on W?


I'm thinking I'm gonna skip beer today, it's hot and I got some ginger beer and fresh limes yesterday. I think I'm gonna start sipping on some Moscow Mules after lunch...






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YES YES YES!!






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CHEDBALLZ
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Loin looks good.

Cooked a big breakfast for the crew. Grilled pork chops, eggs and rice for me an my son. Wife had some fried eggs and cinnamon toast. My daughter and her friend had frosted flakes and red cap milk spiked with a sliced banana.

Mother in law is cooking a big gumbo for supper.



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That looks like it should make a decent turd.

I'm frying some speckled trout, bream and bass today.






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wiltznucs
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Cooked right at 4 hours and hit 165 internal temp. The smell is intoxicating and it tastes superb. The chorizo was the perfect choice as its typically a bit fatty and added moisture to the loin. Cheers...







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StinkDog12
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Looks fricking fantastic. Didn't go crazy with the cream cheese, nice little herbish action going on inside, crispy bacon on the outside...and of course,....fine swine!





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B&TCoonhound
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Looks great! I hope my thread was the one that inspired you.





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NoSaint
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Grabbed a bunch of hatch green chiles at the store. Made a nice sauce to smother some burritos, and likely pulling together some green chile mac n cheese with the leftover peppers and the odds and ends around the house





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TigerHam85
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That thing looks boss





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G Vice
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Looks awesome, wilt.

My kid had a sleepover, so we just wrapped up cheese eggs, bacon (regular center cut and Canadian), and chocolate chip pancakes.






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fatboydave
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Nice! I have to try that.





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G Vice
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Go for it, Dave!

Just don't cut corners with cheap eggs. I use Egglands Best for its nutritional advantages and superior flavor.

Happy to post my recipe if you want.......







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Capt ST
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Making a seafood gumbo. Back to school time, I freeze stuff they like so they can eat it if I'm out of town during the week. About to do some yellowfin, deer sausage and burgers on grill for SIL's 50th birthday get together. Cold coors lights.





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LouisianaLady
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Sounds awesome and looks good

Serious question: What kinds of phones do you people have where you get blurry/crappy quality photos?






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wiltznucs
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quote:

you get blurry/crappy quality photos?


iPhone 4...

The wife snapped the first pic and was a bit timid with the heat of the pit and the smoke..



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making a pumpkin curry with chicken on the stove in a little bit. gone be guud.





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LouisianaLady
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a bit timid with the heat of the pit and the smoke..


Understandable, for sure.






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Sherman Klump
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This is going on the smoker tomorrow morning bright and early. 7.5lb brisket flat.

This for tonight.






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