What's for Dinner Tonight?

Ironman

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Leftover turkey jambalaya

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Melensdad

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Just tossed a large rack of pork ribs into the INSTANT POT. The ribs cook for about 30 minutes but it takes about 15 to get the pressure up to cooking temp/pressure and then they sit for about 10 more minutes before I release the pressure. So in total the ribs will be in the pressure cooker for about 1 hour.

There is a bottle of Guiness Extra Stout that I poured into the pressure pot. Then a rack and then the dry rubbed ribs onto top of the rack above the Guiness.

After taking them out of the Instant Pot they will go onto a sheet pan, get brushed with some BBQ sauce, and will go under the broiler for a few minutes to caramelize the sauce. Served with some garlic bread and some skillet fried potatoes and that will be our dinner tonight!
 

Melensdad

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Store bought bake & serve rolls dressed with better, granulated garlic and a dash of mustard along with a side of homemade pickled onions, peppers and pickles were added to the ribs and skillet potatoes.
 

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Ironman

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I thought about smoking my ribs but it’s raining/sleeting outside and I’m just too damn lazy to mess with the smoker in crappy weather.

Just curious but how long do you smoke a meatloaf?
I go by temp, not time. It’s been 4 hours @ 225*F and is at 145 internal temp, I wanna go to 165ish. It’s about a 4 # loaf, lol, so I estimate 4.5 hours.

it’s been raining all day, and I was chilled out on the recliner... but I had 3#’s of ground beef to use up, and I’m a tight ass, so....
 

jillcrate

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I had Corn dogs tonight :)

Thankfully they dont seem to be bothering me.. (They arent Organic and l havent had them for along time (I have been eating nothing but organic for a few years now as I started having stomach issues with convential food (GMO food specifically))
 

Ironman

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Sous vide USDA prime aged steaks.
I remember asking about the best steak one could find one day a long time ago and Waybomb said go find a dry aged steak, in a nutshell. He was right.
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300 H and H

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Waybomb knows food like few ever do. He suggested 16 year old cheese to me, and by gosh he was right!!!
He knows his Scotch whiskey as well.... ;)

Regards, Kirk
 

pirate_girl

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There once was a man called Joe Bury...

Who made awesome hamburgers.
I know, because I made them for dinner.




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Melensdad

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That does look like a tasty burger.

We are having an assortment of Chinese take out.
 

olivegirl

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I’m making a salad with chicken. I try to eat properly. I lost a little weight during quarantine in spring. I think it's because I had more time and I was more attentive to my nutrition. But at the end of the summer I returned to my usual way of life, so I gained 4 kg. But now it's lockdown, and I plan to monitor my diet again. I liked my body in the summer, I want it back. But it’s difficult when your family continuing eating cakes, burgers, pasta and you just look at that and think “I want it too”.
 
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