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  1. @NightmareOnElmStreet What kinda chicken are you frying? Bone in? Deep oil. Boneless, smash it out before breading AMD use a lot less oil than youd think. Fried chicken is a very good example of simplicity and execution being more than enough. START there. Learn a dredge station. Learn tricks like using some of your buttermilk marinade in the final dredge flour to make it crumbly (that's why the last pieces of chicken you make are the sexiest). Techniques cannot be taught through a recipe.
  2. Yall are killing me! This is why I'm saying me and @Mercerwife could write a whole ass cookbook and I've seen the stuff at the @misteravencasa. Let's go!
  3. @NightmareOnElmStreetwhoa whoa slow down there buddy I never said texting I said talking about movies that are on while at home. I rarely go to the movies.
  4. @Dirty_habiTI'm down the road bro. But do try it out. Let me know I had to just write all these recipes out of my mind right now. They're just eyeball recipes to me.
  5. @SMdoubleXLI'm super guilty of this. Like my wife and my boy verbally frisked me. I dont say shit in theaters either. But at home something in the air. We sipping. I'm a fuckin talker all day I'm not gonna stop cause fuckin last action hero or old boy is on. This is shit we gotta discuss going on.
  6. Yo I cant bro. I drive next to fucking idiots too often to be mad on the internet. I'd die. But I feel you. It's a big ocean man lots of weird ass fish.
  7. Orange chicken. This one has a lot of mise en plas I wont teach lol as with all stir frys, they're fast and hot. Sauce: 3 tbps orange juice Zest of one orange 3 tbps soy sauce 1/4 cup water or chicken stock. 1.5 tbps shaoxing wine 3 tbps white vinegar or rice vinegar 3 tbps white sugar 1 tbps brown sugar 1 tsp honey 1/2-1 tsp chili flakes 3 dried chiles. 1/2 tsp of hoisin 1 tbps of corn starch. Reserve 1/2 tsp of fine diced garlic and ginger. Combine everything but garlic and ginger, this is your slurry. Batch fry the salted chicken in a 2:1 salted. cornstarch to flour mixture. Using an egg dredge station. Set chicken aside on wire rack. Heat a very small bit of oil in your wok, saute the garlic and ginger. Add sauce, once it boils and thickens remove from heat and toss chicken. I did bigger pieces because I didnt want to batch fry all night. Bone apple teeth
  8. Thanks bro, tried to make it as simple as possible in the way I do it. This meal is usually done within 30 mins for me which is a huge bonus. Somebody quote bump that beef recipe to the top of this page. Just played myself posting em back to back haha
  9. This ones even easier. BBQ beef I make for pot lucks. Buy a large roast I like chuck cause it has some good fat. Salt and pepper well. Get some coals going on the grill in an offset fire style, throw a piece of oak on top and get a hot ass fire. Set the grate low and sear the roast. Set it to the less hit side and choke the chimney. Let it smoke for 20 mins. While its smoking add about a cup and a half of water and 1 cup of your face bbq sauce to a slow cooker on high. Remove from grill and add to hot braising liquid. Turn slow cooker to low and simmer for 4 hours or so. Chop the beef up and return to the braising liquid and combine. Serve on kings Hawaiian rolls with pickles or pineapple or pickled pineapple. Slainte
  10. I'll try to keep this one real simple. With a couple options. Meatballs: 1lb of beef (or a combination of pork, veal etc equaling 1lb) 1.5 tsp Salt 3/4 tsp Pepper Garlic 1/2 cup Panko bread crumbs 1 egg 3 tbsp milk ----------- Let's start. All of your pots for pasta should have water simmering ready to bring to a boil. Oven heated to 375* or so. Mise en plas all your ingredients have all your utensils out. Saute a very small bit of garlic, fine diced, in butter, maybe half a clove. Set aside IN the butter to cool off. Or use a very small sprinkle of garlic powder (later on the meat). You can use the same pan you'll heat up the sauce in for this. Salt the meat, probably a tsp and a half (I eye ball this. I just sprinkle a decent coating across the surface of the meat. But dont be afraid to salt it.) Pepper in a similar fashion but roughly 50% less than the salt. Add your cooked garlic and butter, or sprinkle the garlic powder Mix all the meat well, wash your hands In a small ramekin or cup whatever, add the egg and whisk. Add the bread crumbs and milk and combine quickly and add into meat. Combine well. Form golf balls and place on parchment lined baking sheet. Turn (pre-heated) oven to broil, have the rack closer to the top and toss them in. Sorry for the blurry picture. Now grab your favorite store bought sauce (I'll give yall my slow cooked Dutch oven sauce recipe later) and get it up to a simmer in the low walled sauce pan or a big skillet whatever. They'll probably broil about 10-12 mins to get to that point in the picture. Take em out when they're nice and brown on top I mean crispy boys. And toss em right into simmering sauce. You're done! Let em simmer while you boil some pasta. Drain pasta, add a couple big spoonfuls of sauce to the pasta pot that's now empty and dry. Add about 3 tbps of butter. Return to a low burner (which should still be pretty hot if you're working fast) let the sauce melt the butter mix well and toss the drained pasta in. Toss to coat. Serve in a bowl topped with fresh parmesan and chiffonade basil. Picture for example.
  11. Recipe in the other thread. In a min.
  12. I got a novel to write in the recipe thread that's why I've been stalling. @misteraven12oz cook book or what?
  13. @NightmareOnElmStreetep1 of The Hoarders Table. Orange chicken. Pro tip: dont forget your microplane when zesting. Hence the fork.
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