What do stoners eat? 🍴 (2)

Continuing the discussion from What do stoners eat? 🍴 (Part 1) - #5024 by bassman5420.

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A fresh start for some good food!

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Wow, 5000 posts!
Brisket likes low heat and time to breakdown the collagen and connective tissue. Marinades and dry rub work well with the meat. Trim a little of the fat off, but not too much as that helps keep the meat from drying out. Good luck!

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Some more smash burgers, pizza dough, and some “boutine” :laughing: One has a small tenderloin on it the other has shredded oxtail. Marble Cheddar cubes.

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Some jerk chicken on my pellet smoker :slight_smile:

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Cut up a half striploin to have some steaks in the freezer.



Figured I better test one.



It passed!

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Apple bourbon and mesquite smoked pork loin… saved half for tomorrow…friggin good

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Roasted pork belly…


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Prime rib sick of looking at it :sweat_smile:

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Giant apple turn over :sweat_smile:

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That’s about as valuable as gold bars stacked on that rack

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How could I not buy it :sweat_smile: best $4.95 buy of the season

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Told my buddy that I will cook a ham today for the bar and just have people bring side dishes…I also told him that I was gonna keep the ham bone…I’ve never deboned a ham bone and it was pretty damn easy…



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Beef tenderloin
We cooked for a customer

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Yeah these are more expensive than the one I got,I get a good discount at work but still,I’m not paying stupid prices for prime rib

If I had my way I would be sitting
In the Indian restaurant up the street for Christmas dinner

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A lot of pultry and fresh veggies roasted garlic

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Steak, fries and roasted garlic 3 days in a row. 2 strip 1 ribeye.

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That steak looks cooked to perfection. I personally love a blue Streak. I had to stop having it well done when I had a plate fitted in my jaw and it was painful to chew it.

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Christmas Dinner.

Pineapple Spice Ham, neeps’n’tats, steamed broccoli & cauliflower with cheese sauce, home made bread, corn, cranberry sauce with ginger & pears, hapukapsas (washed & drained sourkraut with chopped apple, onions & caraway seeds fried long and slowly until its pure caramel goodness)

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