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Old Apr 28, 2011, 10:42 AM   #31
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Yummy Yummy Marawder, Excellent shot.
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Coconut?
Hahaha...exactly !
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Im going out now with the kids for a sub supper. This one has become my favorite. Thanks again JimC.
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Food related picks. As a pretender home cook i own a humble collection of knives, specially Japanese knives. Sometimes i customize cheap blades. Here's a $5 Tramontina Carbon Steel.

Original knife


Customized as a Gyuto
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LOL, those aren't muffins, but a gastronomic desert !
With that hole punched in the middle, they look like monuts to me (muffin/donut)
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Old May 13, 2011, 10:29 AM   #35
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Default Wild Blackberry Pie

Here is one of my wild blackberry pies (picked from my pasture) fresh out of the oven. I have trouble with the crust cracking, & sometimes it gets a little overdone on top. I'm working on solving those problems, but it is the BEST blackberry pie you'll ever eat. The bad news is that my pies are so good that my wife stopped making any pies!

That reminds me, the wild blackberries are almost ready to pick. YUM!

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I always wanted to try a real genuine American blue/blackberry PIE !
The ones they sell at Starbucks here in Geneva aren't that great, except for the cheesecake !
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Steak and Cheese on Parmesan Oregano bread (toasted), with lettuce, tomato, pickle, onion, chipolte southwest sauce, mayo, salt and pepper:
When I first saw it I immediately thought of an old tennis shoe.
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Default Nathan's Hot Dogs - Hot Off the Grill

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Chicken breast.

Mash the chicken breast to get an even thickness.
Marinate for a while in a mix of:

1 minced garlic.
Black pepper. Do not add salt cause of the soy sauce.
Oister sauce, 1 tb spoon.
Soy sauce, 1 tb spoon.
Drops of tabasco sauce.

Grill over hot grill adding lemon juice drops on top while grilling.

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