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Did you say garden? I'm about to plant seeds for the fall. Only thing that produced for this spring/summer has been herbs and argula and some undersized radishes... Will post food stuffs later..

 

Totally agree with you Mercer... Making food for friends is something I really dig doing. Sitting around and burning time used to be normal.. Now it's slave, slave, slave away.

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Ramen style egg. First time trying it.. No more normal hard boiled eggs for me. Funk that. Marinara sauce from scratch, well canned toms but with the right ones, generally gonna be better than what passes for fresh these days. Generally make two batches of veggie stock a week as well. I save all the scrap from onions and the like for the stock.

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Since you guys are going in big with the burgers... I've been making mine with half 85% lean ground beef and half ground chorizo (Mexican style spiced ground pork). Add a healthy bunch of Worcestershire sauce, salt, pepper, garlic powder and cut fresh garlic and then crisp up some bacon, chop and add that. Then form into patties and grill... So freakin good! I'll take pictures next time I make some, but the chorizo takes the burger to the next level.

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44 minutes ago, fatalist said:

So proud of all you boys cooking all badass and shit. I'm taking notes.

 

Raven, I'm putting your chorizo burgers on my list of things to make. Time to change it up. 

Good stuff! I’ll generally top off with velveeta or kraft sliced cheese because you want something that melts all gooey, but you can flip it a lot of different ways. Soooo good!

 

Post pictures and feedback if you make it. 

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TONIGHT I MADE A PESTO ALFREDO WITH FETTUCCINI, BROCCOLI, SPINACH AND BABY PORTABELLA MUSHROOMS... THE SAUCE WAS OF COURSE MADE FROM SCRATCH. BOTH STORE BOUGHT PESTO AND ALFREDO SUCK DICK. YES THAT IS A LIGHTSABER FORK. 

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12 minutes ago, aLBERThOFFMAN said:

Looks good man, but I'm gonna go ahead and say Costco's Kirkland pesto is fucking tasty. Just can't be too liberal with it because it's pretty oily. 

NEVER TRIED IT. NO COSTO’S HERE. SHAME. 

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