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Food Porn Thread


#923

Stomachgasm.


#924

I love cooking. This is how I mark the end of my Christmas holidays.


#925

I freaking love pork chops and sweet potatoes. Oh! and buttermilk pie!


#926

Can’t figure out what it is. Care to explain? Looks good.


#928

Im also interested about it, I would guess its a cottage cream cheese cracker with caviar, along with veggies, eggs, nuts, and fruits. Basically an all-in-one meal.


#929

I’m gonna guess salmon with cream cheese and roe.

Looks very good!


#930

I want to puke just thinking about it


#931

We got a cast iron last month, because of all the talk on here. Made my first steak on it last night. It was very good, although, slightly more cooked than I wanted. It was approaching medium… which my wife was happy about. Also had Brussels baked in olive oil and red pepper flakes.

Tonight was pork and cabbage baked in olive oil.


#932

You forgot raw eggs and milk.


#933

@samul @vvfoo @SkyzykS What we have here is indeed a mix of veggies to the top-left (carrots, peas, green beans, and cauliflower), some strawberries thawed alongside some chopped chili. A hard-boiled egg, clearly. Bottom right, we have white turnip, almonds, walnuts and some cloves of garlic fried in grapeseed oil.

And, piece de la resistance, salmon made poor-mans sous vide (i.e. you put in in a breadpan and pour boiling hot water on it every now and again for 20 minutes) with quark blended with red onion and caviar.


#934

I prepped some veggies yesterday:

Made a pasta with veggies and chicken:

Packed My meals for today:

And lastly, this morning’s post workout breakfast:


A Mountaineer's Meanderings
#935

Nah. I need to lose a couple tons of fat. Milk would be the wrong way to go.


#936

Gluten free crepes. She asked “what do you want for breakfast?” I say crepes as a joke. Payoff.

Crepes: eggs, coconut flour, milk, butter, honey, salt, vanilla.

Sauce: creme cheese, maple syrup, vanilla extract, almond extract.

Blueberries/walnuts/cinnamon/nutmeg filler.


#937

Father in law likes to buy food appliances, use them twice and give them away after they collect dust for a year. So I have a smoker now. Did my first trial run with chicken legs and sweet potatoes. Chicken legs just had olive oil and some spices on them. No marinade in this instance.

Want to try a Turkey, but figured I’d work out the details on cheaper food first. Tasted amazing. 1.5 hours at 250 with oak chips from Jack Daniel’s aging barrels. Didn’t soak the chips, had a separate water pan instead with a shot of bourbon in the steaming water.



#938

You got any more trees laying around out there that need whacked, Ole buddy? :slight_smile:

“will work for food”.


#939

Some food porn from the holidays:

“salsiccia and zafferano” rice

Meat rolled in bacon and zucchini

Sea salad with potatoes

Orecchiette!

Salsiccia!

Panettone and Nutella

Paccheri pancetta and nduja

Homemade pizza with provola and nduja

Homemade pizza with salmon

Homemade pizza with onions and tuna

“Turtiera” (potatoes and chicken)

Fusilli radicchio, pancetta and smoked provola

Mega chocolate donut cake

You just saw the reason(s) of my love handles.


#940

Ground beef, sweet potato, kidney beans, olive oil. Hadn’t had sweet potatoes in a while. This meal was extremely satisfying.


#941

that looks very tasty!!! Can I ask please how you use the olive oil? Do you add it to your meal after cooking? thanks!


#942

Yes! I just added a tablespoon after putting everything onto the plate.


#943

Thanks for responding to my question. How much do you add usually?