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Old 01-21-2012, 11:22 PM
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huli huli sbs

pork, peppers and pineapple on the grill

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the marinade

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turn it once

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then baste and finish

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simple grilled skirt steak with fresh garlic and salt and pepper

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and yeah, i like my red meat rare


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not a bad meal

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Casey,

I am lax for not photographing the food here but I've gotta tell you that the Sushi classes were worth their weight in the stuff. I've got it down very well. Next time I prepare it I will photograph it. Last night was Halibut taco's and a South West salad
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I am lax for not photographing the food here but I've gotta tell you that the Sushi classes were worth their weight in the stuff. I've got it down very well. Next time I prepare it I will photograph it. Last night was Halibut taco's and a South West salad
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Man, I thought I was the only one that loves Escargot.
Pretty young to be eating those old french recipes my man. Nice
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hoisn pepper stir fry

8-10 oz beef (i used caribou)
3 tablespoons soy sauce
1 teaspoon cornstarch
3 tablespoons dry sherry
2 tablespoons hoisin sauce
2 tablespoons water
1 tablespoon grated fresh ginger
2 cloves garlic minced
1 teaspoon granulated sugar
1/4 teaspoon crushed red pepper flakes
1 tablespoon canola oil
3 red, yellow or green bell peppers cut into bite size chunks

trim fat from meat and toss with 1 tablespoon soy sauce and one teaspoon of cornstarch and set aside for ten minutes.
meanwhile for sauce, in a bowl stir together 2 T soy sauce, 3T sherry, 2T hoisin sauce, 2T water, garlic, sugar and red pepper.
In a wok over high heat add 2T canola oil, add meat fry for 2 to 3 minutes, add peppers and fry for 4-5 minutes. push peppers from center of pan and add sauce and cook till thick and bubbling. let stand for one minute and serve over rice or noodles.

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garnished with fresh scallions and spicy dry roasted peanuts.

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Pretty young to be eating those old french recipes my man. Nice
My kids love Escargot (11 & 13), and my wife calls it escargslug.

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Camp Food - this one is hard to beat
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It always gets said - we eat better in camp than we do at home.

The dutch oven and all can be a pain in the kayak so an easy meal on the river is a stir fry.
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Matter of fact, I'm camping this weekend and doing the stir fry.

From the looks of it, we all eat pretty well.
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moose meat balls-

the first part-
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i like a melon scoop to portion, then finish with a quick hand roll-
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now brown them in a medium skillet on both sides. i prefer olive oil.
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transfer to a baking sheet and bake for 15 minutes at 350
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now it gets funky
combine 1 1/2 cups grape jelly with 1/2 cup chilli sauce
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simmer 15 minutes and add pickled cabbage/carrot. i use my moms recipe, but sauerkraut would be fine.

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now add meat balls to sauce and simmer for 35 min. on low
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serve with buttered noodles and corn
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Casey,

You are definitely putting some effort into these posts and that looks great! We had the sausage tonight with pasta and green beens. It was really a good batch, we got the spicing just right. Here's another picture but this one I'm in there too.

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