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post #21 of 31
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Sliced and ready for vac-sealing into meals for two... pig.gif

 

 

 

 

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post #22 of 31
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Vac-sealed into individual portions and ready for our roadtrip to work/play at the Amador Four Fires event... :rotflmao:

 

post #23 of 31
Awesome looking MEAL...
post #24 of 31
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Originally Posted by FATBOYCOALITION View Post

Awesome looking MEAL...

 

Thanx!!!

 

We enjoyed it!!!

 

And will again on this weekend's road trip!!! :rolleyes:

post #25 of 31
Nice meal, prankster! Your "sides" always look as good as the main.
Points for the GF who likes to bake!
I'll have to try that 6-0-1...

Dan
post #26 of 31
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Thanx for the points!!!

 

 

The ribs came out great with the 6-0-1 method, some of the best I've done. Along with a few handfuls of hair, trying to figure out why it was taking so long to finish... 102.gif 

 

Personally, I always gotta have the sides to go with the meat course... thumb.gif

 

Man, nor woman, cannot survive on meat alone... :icon_cool: 

 

Well...

 

Maybe a few here on SMF can... :eek: 

 

 

 

 

 

The gf that loves to bake can be a huge plus...

 

...and a curse at the same time...

 

...depends on how you look at it...

 

We have bread pudding, apple pie and chocolate chip cookies to eat, from the last three days of baking... jaw-dropping.gif

 

...along with 2 different flavors of ice cream in the freezer... icecream.gif 

 

 

 

EDIT:

 

Cookies hot out the oven...

 

Chocolate chip made with Belgium chocolate chips...

 


Edited by sfprankster - 5/5/16 at 4:30pm
post #27 of 31
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Thanx for the points!!!


The ribs came out great with the 6-0-1 method, some of the best I've done. Along with a few handfuls of hair, trying to figure out why it was taking so long to finish... 102.gif  

Personally, I always gotta have the sides to go with the meat course... thumb.gif

Man, nor woman, cannot survive on meat alone... icon_cool.gif  

Well...

Maybe a few here on SMF can... eek.gif  





The gf that loves to bake can be a huge plus...

...and a curse at the same time...

...depends on how you look at it...

We have bread pudding, apple pie and chocolate chip cookies to eat, from the last three days of baking... jaw-dropping.gif

...along with 2 different flavors of ice cream in the freezer... icecream.gif  



EDIT:

Cookies hot out the oven...

Chocolate chip made with Belgium chocolate chips...


A Chocolatier with a GF who bakes sweets. My dentist would love you! LOL
post #28 of 31
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A Chocolatier with a GF who bakes sweets. My dentist would love you! LOL

 

I pride myself on making chocolates that are not considered as sweet. :icon_mrgreen:

 

We make chocolates for adults. Most of the kids find them to bitter for their tastes. :tongue:

post #29 of 31

:Looks-Great:Man I'm hungry and I just finished dinner love that smoked food and I'm one of those that can live on meat alone I hate veggies.  You should open a bakery for that GF.  

                                         points1.pngMy friend.

 

Warren

post #30 of 31
Nice looking ribbies! I should do that for road snacks between that and a few White Castle stops the wife would go off the deep end!biggrin.gif
post #31 of 31
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:Looks-Great:Man I'm hungry and I just finished dinner love that smoked food and I'm one of those that can live on meat alone I hate veggies.  You should open a bakery for that GF.  

                                         points1.pngMy friend.

 

Warren

 

Thanx!!!

 

C'mon, you know veggies are good for you... :cool:

 

 

Between the travel, chocolate production and office work, a bakery would be a stretch to open at this time... :icon_wink: Besides, we much prefer to travel to wineries and wine festivals every weekend and call it work, rather than sit behind a glass counter selling baked goods and chocolates everyday. 

 

 

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Originally Posted by b-one View Post

Nice looking ribbies! I should do that for road snacks between that and a few White Castle stops the wife would go off the deep end!biggrin.gif

 

Thanx!!!

 

This is the beginning of our busy travel season and we always take something from home with us on the road. Much too difficult to have to search for quality food on the road. Some locations where we do events, wineries and vineyards, are off the beaten path and there is not much choice in places to eat. Just the basic fast food/diner types of places. 

 

Once our food is heated and the smells begin to encompass the area around us, the comments are fun to hear. Everyone from the winery owners, winemakers and executive chefs from well known high-end restaurants, are making comments and asking where the food came from. I like to tell them "my freezer", just for the look of shock on their faces. :thumbsup: 

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