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Discussion in 'GMD Social Forum' started by mutantllama, Dec 13, 2007.
I don't have a picture of my own, but I did this recipe this evening:
dem Jews know how to salami ...
True pizza aficionados know that alongside the Chicago deep dish there also exists a Chicago thin crust style. This is my attempt at it:
Notice that the sausage is raw rather than precooked, in accordance with the recipe I have.
Although some might have reservations against doing so, the 12-15 minutes baking in a 500 degree oven are enough to cook the sausage as long as it's in manageable pieces.
As you can see, the sausage cooked up nicely, and it stays in those lovely chunks rather than the crumbles I'd get if I precooked it.
Trying interesting walleye recipes, starting with this (substituting the crab out)
Today's haul as reference on how often I need to cook fish (these guys are all around 18 inches, limit is 12 fish a day)
The Famous Breakfast Burrito...
eggs, hash browns/potatoes, cheese and your choice of bacon, sausage, ham or chorizo. I usually go all out minus the chorizo but this time went with just bacon+sausage. Best breakfast burrito in town.
GRILL 'EM ALL!
Did my Chrissie ham on the weekend. (Christmas is just an excuse to go a bit over the top from the standard half leg I buy every few weeks, it's not exclusively for Christmas)
Nothing overly fancy just a single smoked ham with a pineapple and honey glaze that is both brushed on and injected into the meat then cooked.
Apart from getting up to brush it every 15 minutes effort is minimal but the taste is amazing for such little effort.
Just some fried rice I whipped up tonight.
Fuck me that looks good.
The wife made megabagels this morn. Much happiness
Some gingerbread Krampus cookies I made for Yule:
Fish and Chips
French fish and chips, looks good.