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post #21 of 49
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& to finish things up here are the homemade crunchy brownies.

 

 

 

 

 

Lightly dusted with coarse Mediterranean sea salt & covered with freshly made caramel they are an easy, satisfying treat.

 

 

 

 

First one cut & on the plate.

 

 

 

 

 

Nice close shot so you can see the goodness  :icon_mrgreen:

 

 

 

 

It didn't last long & I would have liked to eat another one or two but I am way too stuffed right now!  :frown:  At least I know I will have plenty of them for tomorrow though  :biggrin: 

post #22 of 49

That is a feast u always have great food!

post #23 of 49

Spectacular! Love the look of that spiced up garlic bread!  :drool

post #24 of 49
Awesome looking meal SB!!
post #25 of 49
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That is a feast u always have great food!

 

Thanks man  :smile:  It was some good eating & I have some leftovers for today  :biggrin:

post #26 of 49

What a feast! Everything is so perfect. Your posts are getting me closer and closer to try making bread again. That bread and those buns.......wow!

post #27 of 49
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Spectacular! Love the look of that spiced up garlic bread!  :drool

 

Thanks man  :smile:  The spicy garlic bread really hit the spot - it's great done on the grill!

post #28 of 49
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Awesome looking meal SB!!

 

Thanks man  :smile: 

post #29 of 49
Awesome meal as usual SB, man that looks tasty ! drool.gif We gotta figure out how to do samples thru this forum ! laugh1.gif But on second thought maybe that would not end well.... I would need to go shopping for a new wardrobe ! icon_lol.gif Again, looks really good ! icon14.gif

Justin
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Great start to what appears to be a great day for cooking!

 

I use the UltraShip 35, I really like mine. When I first started I found the need here to weigh vice measure. I had thought of it in the past but..... never really got that push. Then getting all the help that you would expect here I was really confused. I finally looks around as asked Pop. He said it was a great one, he used it, liked it, and if and when I got to needing a finer measurement I could always get a smaller one. So far its done all I have needed. I do tend to fall back to volumes when ever possible though!

 

BTW.... You got me smiling this AM, I am scrolling down following the post see those red roasts (which I still don't know what a red cow is) then I see a bowl of sliced grapefruit. I think to myself, "self (I call myself self sometimes), self, watch this and learn, this will be ground breaking!" And then you just eat the dang grapefruit. Pffffft!

 

Excited to find a thread while its all happening.

 

Thanks Foam  :smile:  This one is actually an UltraShip 55. I found it cheaper than the 35 was - $28.91 to my door so I went with it. I gave it a few tests & I really like it. It will be perfect for all the meat/sausage projects I will use it for. For cure & spices I use a smaller one that is accurate to 1/10th gram.

 

Here is a red cow

 

 

 

It's a Hereford but people just call them red cows around here  :smile:

 

& sorry about the grapefruit - I was starving  :tongue: 


When you mention Red Cow it always reminds me of NEPAS's black kielbasa made with Black Angus.

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/139698/kielbasa-sticks

post #31 of 49
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What a feast! Everything is so perfect. Your posts are getting me closer and closer to try making bread again. That bread and those buns.......wow!

 

Thanks Todd  :smile:  If you have any questions when you get ready to try the bread again let me know  :beercheer:

post #32 of 49
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Awesome meal as usual SB, man that looks tasty ! drool.gif We gotta figure out how to do samples thru this forum ! laugh1.gif But on second thought maybe that would not end well.... I would need to go shopping for a new wardrobe ! icon_lol.gif Again, looks really good ! icon14.gif

Justin

 

Thanks Justin  :smile:  It's all gone now so I have to make something else today  :icon_mrgreen:

post #33 of 49

Woo that all looks great!

post #34 of 49
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Woo that all looks great!

 

Thanks man  :smile:  It was good eating  th_anim_burp.gif

post #35 of 49

Any secrets to making those brownies?

post #36 of 49
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Any secrets to making those brownies?

 

There was some more interest in them so I'm actually gonna put the recipe in the dessert section today when I get a chance - they're easy to make  thumb1.gif

post #37 of 49

Thx! I be watching for it

post #38 of 49
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Here you go Foam & anyone else who was wondering - I put the recipe for the brownies here...

 

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/160854/homemade-crunchy-brownies

post #39 of 49

Thank ye Thank ye

post #40 of 49

THX!!

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