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post #21 of 35

That gravy looks delicious and it will be even better on Sunday when the flavors have melded together!    Great job.

post #22 of 35
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Originally Posted by whistech View Post

That gravy looks delicious and it will be even better on Sunday when the flavors have melded together!    Great job.

Thanks so much! I'm really looking forward to it. In all the chaos I'll try to take some pics of the final product tomorrow
post #23 of 35

Awesome sauce. Points!

B

post #24 of 35
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Awesome sauce. Points!
B

Thanks B! Much appreciated!
post #25 of 35

Dang, NOW THAT'S GRAVY.

Never saw any like that before.

It' sad what is happening to the old traditions.

Very nice, thanks for showing it to us.

I tried to give you points don't know if it worked.

                           Ed

post #26 of 35
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Originally Posted by Gearjammer View Post

Dang, NOW THAT'S GRAVY.
Never saw any like that before.
It' sad what is happening to the old traditions.
Very nice, thanks for showing it to us.
I tried to give you points don't know if it worked.
                           Ed

Thanks so much! We all have to keep those traditions alive!
post #27 of 35
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Well it was a bit hectic during the gravy time. All sorts of bowls of meat and sauce and pasta being passed around. Managed just one shot of my bowl.


That's some penne with gravy, ricotta, parmigiano reggiano, a hot Italian sausage and a meatball. Probably hard to tell from the picture but the pork rib meat and veal meat had shredded and become part of the gravy. Really delicious! Everyone loved it. I'm excited because with the leftover sauce, meat, and pasta, I made up a tray of baked ziti to freeze. I also ground up some leftover sausage to make quick meat sauces in the future.

Here is a sample of the main dishes that were served maybe an hour and half after the pasta... Hahah Everyone was pretty full:

Prime rib with horseradish sauce (cooked on the PBC):



Chicken cutlet with caprese relish:

Brined and maple glazed pork loin rub end roast (cooked on the Akorn)




Lamb souvlaki with grilled pita and tzatziki on the Blackstone:




Roasted potatoes


And every vegetable dish on earth thanks to my brother in law:




Overall it was quite a feast. Sent everyone home with doggy bags and still have plenty of leftovers for us. Dessert was equally ridiculous but no pics.

Hope everyone had a great holiday and thanks for looking!

-Chris
post #28 of 35
That is a gargantuan family meal! impressive falls short!
post #29 of 35
Wow. That's a boat load of great food.




POINTS.
post #30 of 35
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That is a gargantuan family meal! impressive falls short!

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Wow. That's a boat load of great food.




POINTS.

Thanks so much guys! In my family everyone always says "you made too much food" but then when it's their turn to host they do the same thing haha. We love to eat... Food is family!
post #31 of 35

WT, Awesome looking gravy !!!!

post #32 of 35

Chris that make my spread look small LOL nice job it looks great

Richie

post #33 of 35
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WT, Awesome looking gravy !!!!

 

Thanks so much!  Family loved it...I think making it only once a year or so makes it special!

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Chris that make my spread look small LOL nice job it looks great

Richie

 

Haha thanks Richie.  I warned you all it was going to be a ridiculous amount of food!  I haven't been on the forum much lately as I have spent all my time cooking all this stuff.  I need to go back and check out everyone else's easter spreads!

post #34 of 35
this is my sauce as well with the exception of I add onions with the garlic. (Different meatballs recipe) Don't forget the homemade wine and the yelling and screaming!
post #35 of 35
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this is my sauce as well with the exception of I add onions with the garlic. (Different meatballs recipe) Don't forget the homemade wine and the yelling and screaming!

Hahah we don't do the homemade wine but there is a ton of yelling and screaming. Italians are a loud people haha
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