Post by Shaxspear III Esq. on Mar 24, 2013 20:25:23 GMT -8
Oh man I have no idea. Just figure out where there's some good farmers markets and butchers near your place. We can pick things up while you're at work and have a martini ready for you when you get home like a good housewife.
Fry up onions, garlic and meat (if meaty). Once cooked (and drained), add a can of smashed tomatoes, kidney beans, corn, black beans maybe, chopped up peppers, jalapenos, celery, mushrooms, and a couple canned chipotle peppers. Add chili powder, garlic, italian seasonings and a little cinnamon. Then simmer for a couple hours. That's my go-to recipe, I add and subtract depending on what I have and what I'm feeling like! Good luck!
So when you make raspberry syrup, after you strain out all the seeds and solids you're left with what looks like raspberry jam albeit with about 1,000,000% more seeds. Seemed like a shame to let it go to waste, so I ate it. It tasted like raspberry jam too, unsurprisingly. With extra fiber.
Here's a BBQ recipe so simple, I hesitate to share. Buy a flank steak, it's cheap. It's a very thin piece of meat, but they roll it up or fold it over at the market, so it looks more like a roast in the meat isle. Throw the slab in a bag with a 16 oz. bottle of marinade. I usually use Teriyaki. A day later, BBQ it on high heat about five minutes per side. Let it chill for a couple minutes, then slice it thinly against the grain. Boom, meat candy.
Post by Shaxspear III Esq. on Apr 24, 2013 22:28:46 GMT -8
Confirmed for delicious. Coincidentally I have a flank steak marrinating right now to grill up tomorrow. Going to do it up with some chimichurri. The two key points to doing a flank steak is to marinate it for at least a night and you MUST cut it against the grain. Otherwise you will be creating some steak flavoured bubble gum, because it will be that chewy.