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Old 08-15-2013, 02:19 AM
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This thread is 'killing me!' Been so 'under the weather' for so long, eating a whole 'Whooper Jr.' and a small 'fry' is more than I can handle. Taco Bell breakfast 'egg wraps' have become a personal fav. Just get the damned thing up to your mouth ..... BBQ hasn't fired up for months.

Probably why I've dropped close to 20 pounds. Starting at 186 I don't need to loose the weight.
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home fired pizza with italian pork sausage, spring onions, marinated artichoke hearts and garden fresh spinach.

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Tried my hand at the smoked pizza tonight. The wifey is gluten intolerant so we used Udi's brand crusts. We used a butter infused olive oil for the base, layer of fresh spinach, a few slices of sweet red onion, a couple strawberries thinly sliced, shiitake's, a few thinly sliced pieces of the pork tenderloin I smoked last night (with my first attempt at my own rub recipe), all topped of with a 50/50 mixture of provolone and white cheddar and a balsamic reduction drizzled overtop.
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I got a good smoke on the pizza as a whole but had a little trouble getting the cheese all bubbly and such so I slid it into the oven under the broiler for about thirty seconds.

Paired with a good beer, what could be better?
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Casey and Seth man you guys just have me a major case of the munchies without any outside influence ! Great looking pies!!
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Food at the cabin during summer is usually pretty simple but last weekend I grilled some seasoned salmon and zucchini with some steamed corn.

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The rest of the squash...........

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It made a good meal, the next day I made potato corn chowder with a healthy batch of smoked salmon diced up and cooked into the chowder. It came out well, I had never done that before but now I think it'll be a regular stew here.

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My plate had 2 salmon steaks and more corn and squash but I photoed the human size serving
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Wifey has two tomato soup recipes that are some of her specialties. A tomato bisque and then this more rustic recipe. It's incredibly simple but oh so good.
Served with a dollop of sour cream and shredded gruyere on top.
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a little sun dried tomato action

freshly harvested
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sliced in half
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roasted in a 200 degree oven for 6 hours
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such a fine food imo

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a little sun dried tomato action

freshly harvested
Click the image to open in full size.

sliced in half
Click the image to open in full size.

roasted in a 200 degree oven for 6 hours
Click the image to open in full size.

and packed in olive oil
Click the image to open in full size.

such a fine food imo

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Dang!! Sun dried tomatoes oh do I love them!! So good!! Get some smoked trout , cream cheese crackers and feast!!
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