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    Quote Originally Posted by TownieDeac View Post
    You can grow garlic scapes from putting garlic in water, basil will continue to grow after cut in water, lots of cool ways to propagate from scraps or leftovers.
    http://lifehacker.com/kitchen-scraps...ter-1531011995

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeaconPeach View Post
    Slow Cooker Meatball Stew is easy & tasty.
    Quote Originally Posted by getsomeDEACinya View Post
    this for sure...it's super comfort food

    http://www.familyfreshmeals.com/2015...een-beans.html
    Might have to put both of these in the rotation. Although I don't think the toddler would eat either (she doesn't like much these days).

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    Smoked tri tip and homemade chimichurri. Sooo gudt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhysDeac View Post
    Enjoy your well done steak.

    I've never cooked a steak for 17 minutes in my entire life.
    I cook mine 6 minutes in a Pan (flip every 30 seconds then after 4 minutes add butter and baste). But I haven't made many steaks on a grill, so don't know the difference. All these 10+ minute things sound goofy to me as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by discdude View Post


    Smoked tri tip and homemade chimichurri. Sooo gudt.
    We had almost the same meal except sub tri tip for sous vide NY Strips.
    Hungry

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhysDeac View Post
    Enjoy your well done steak.

    I've never cooked a steak for 17 minutes in my entire life.
    That's 13 minutes with 4 resting. Still slightly too long, but not on the grill for 17.

    Did one tonight with 3 per side over direct and then 6 total indirect and rested 5 and it was medium rare. A little more done than I wanted, but nowhere near well.

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    Hit me with those dank ass chili recipes.

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    This recipe for chipotle chili came in 3rd of 17 entries at the charity chili cookout held by the Grassy Knoll Tailgate 6 ( ) years ago: http://dawnanded.blogspot.com/2011/0...tle-chili.html

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    cookout = blabbermouth?
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    I know it's turkey chili, and thus not real chili, but this recipe is really fucking good. I've won two chili cook-offs with it: http://www.foodandwine.com/recipes/smoky-turkey-chili

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fayettenam View Post
    Hit me with those dank ass chili recipes.
    I've made this one over the years and won my company's chili cook off with it once. There's a lot in it but it is really damn good.

    http://allrecipes.com/recipe/78299/b...d=cardslot%202
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bears and Deacs View Post
    I've made this one over the years and won my company's chili cook off with it once. There's a lot in it but it is really damn good.

    http://allrecipes.com/recipe/78299/b...d=cardslot%202
    Another buddy sent me this one as well, so I'm gonna go with this one. I'm going to try that Chipotle one soon though. Thanks for the recs.

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    Anybody have any killer Indian food recipes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JuiceCrewAllStar View Post
    Anybody have any killer Indian food recipes?
    I cook a lot of Indian. What kind of stuff are you looking for? And you can never go wrong with anything from Madhur Jaffrey.

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    Did a modified Madhur Jaffrey chana masala tonight. It worked out pretty well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JuiceCrewAllStar View Post
    Anybody have any killer Indian food recipes?
    http://nomnompaleo.com/post/66176702...-spinach-sauce

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    Why don't more people cook flat iron steak? 2nd most tender cut and crazy cheap. $5.99 a pound at the teet. Cooked some beef and broccoli tonight. Delicious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tigerswood View Post
    Why don't more people cook flat iron steak? 2nd most tender cut and crazy cheap. $5.99 a pound at the teet. Cooked some beef and broccoli tonight. Delicious.
    We don't cook steak at home a lot but do get this from time to time. Always a great deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fayettenam View Post
    Hit me with those dank ass chili recipes.
    This has probably been posted before, but this is my favorite:

    http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2...li-recipe.html

    I don't do just short rib because its a bit too rich for me, and expensive, but love everything else.

    Serious eats is my first stop for most things food. He also has some other chili recipes.

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    I did the Serious Eats vegetarian chili and it was a lot of work, but turned out well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeaconSoDear View Post
    This has probably been posted before, but this is my favorite:

    http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2...li-recipe.html

    I don't do just short rib because its a bit too rich for me, and expensive, but love everything else.

    Serious eats is my first stop for most things food. He also has some other chili recipes.
    Kenji is a god. Whenever I wanna make something but don't have a recipe, first step is to Google "Kenji _____(food)"

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