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    Re: USCHO Cooks: Maybe We Can Beat Bobby Flay

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    I'm having the time of my life going through the Fannie Farmer and Joy of Cooking cookbooks. They're the classics. Honestly, they're all I need.
    My mom had a Betty Crocker cookbook bought shortly after she married my father. The ingredient of the day was lard. Lots of lard. Every once in a while she'd make something from that cookbook when I was a kid in the 80s, and it was the purest instance I've had for Heaven on Earth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by St. Clown View Post
    My mom had a Betty Crocker cookbook bought shortly after she married my father. The ingredient of the day was lard. Lots of lard. Every once in a while she'd make something from that cookbook when I was a kid in the 80s, and it was the purest instance I've had for Heaven on Earth.
    The other thing is the original Betty Crocker book has recipes that can be followed and ingredients that can be obtained without living next to a f-cking Brooklyn Trader Joe's.

    And as you point out, it has meals a human would enjoy consuming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    The other thing is the original Betty Crocker book has recipes that can be followed and ingredients that can be obtained without living next to a f-cking Brooklyn Trader Joe's.
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    Re: USCHO Cooks: Maybe We Can Beat Bobby Flay

    Quote Originally Posted by St. Clown View Post
    My mom had a Betty Crocker cookbook bought shortly after she married my father. The ingredient of the day was lard. Lots of lard. Every once in a while she'd make something from that cookbook when I was a kid in the 80s, and it was the purest instance I've had for Heaven on Earth.
    I have my grandmother's Betty Crocker cookbook, from 1951, I think.
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    I have my grandmother's Betty Crocker cookbook, from 1951, I think.
    My mom's was from 1959 or 60, I forget which. My oldest brother has it now.
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    My mom's was from 1959 or 60, I forget which. My oldest brother has it now.
    This one is the Bible. 1950, 1st ed.
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    Re: USCHO Cooks: Maybe We Can Beat Bobby Flay

    Adapted a recipe for cheese and spinach stuffed portobello mushrooms from eatingwell.com. All I really did was swap out the low fat cheese for the good stuff.

    Speaking from my anorexic days, low fat cheese is nasty.
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    RlBS!!

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    Alton Brown shared this yesterday.
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    RlBS!!
    I had ribs a couple weeks ago where the cook soaked them in pineapple juice for a few hours (overnight?). It tenderizes the meat, and they practically fell off the bone when eating them. I'm sure somebody's written a recipe for them.
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    I'm trying a few things different this time. I always did a wet coat of mustard to hold the rub and give it a nice crust. Skipped that this time.

    I'm also adding a pan of water to the bottom of the smoker. Never done that.

    Since I added the water, I'm also skipping the wet mop this time. I usually used a mix of apple juice or cider with olive oil. Skipping that since I'm thinking that every 45-60 minutes I open the door and it ends up drying them out.

    I'm also giving great foil method a try. I don't mind over smoking so I've never tried it.

    I love dry rubs that give it a good almost mealy bark. I don't like the naked KC style, I don't do BBQ sauce, and I have a great rib rub.

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    didn't know I was out of honey for my cornbread so ran to target to get some. Get up to the cash register and realize I forgot my wallet. No Apple Pay there either.

    Didn't want to run back so I *ahem* improvised. This is going to be interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by St. Clown View Post
    I had ribs a couple weeks ago where the cook soaked them in pineapple juice for a few hours (overnight?). It tenderizes the meat, and they practically fell off the bone when eating them. I'm sure somebody's written a recipe for them.
    I don't know what the enzyme is, but there is an enzyme in pineapple that breaks down the proteins in pork. I've seen it used successfully and, apparently if it's left on too long, it can make the meat mealy.

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    Oh my god. These are the best ribs I've ever made. I've only had a few that are better or even close.

    They have just enough chew to them. Tender and juicy. With a little kick too. My roommate who doesn't even like BBQ (yeah, I know right?) said they were really good. And she's told me when my food sucks before.

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    Re: USCHO Cooks: Maybe We Can Beat Bobby Flay

    Quote Originally Posted by bostonewe View Post
    I don't know what the enzyme is, but there is an enzyme in pineapple that breaks down the proteins in pork. I've seen it used successfully and, apparently if it's left on too long, it can make the meat mealy.
    Yes, I've experienced this with kebabs. It is NOT a good thing.
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