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  1. #321


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    No - I braised it in water, orange juice, lime juice, and cumin, and then browned it in the fat that rendered as the water cooked off.
    "They can kill you, but the legalities of eating you are a bit dicier." - David Foster Wallace

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew View Post
    Took advantage of the rain from the tail end of Harvey blowing through Boston last Sunday to make a couple pounds of carnitas as well as a batch of pico de gallo. Since then I've been having carnitas tacos as a snack pretty much whenevr I want to eat somehting, either nor bothering to reheat the carnitas, or briefly pan-frying it to sear it up a little.

    Attachment 21761

    For a first crack, it was pretty good, not much work, but also something I think I can easily improve - I followed this recipe, and I thought the citrus was a little too strong.

    https://smittenkitchen.com/2011/11/h...exan-carnitas/
    thats a cute little snack you got there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumpintofinity View Post
    thats a cute little snack you got there.
    That's pretty much what I did with them all week, though occasionally I'd also make 4-5 of 'em as a meal.

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  6. #324


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    Looks awesome! Carnitas are so goddamn good. If you're looking to experiment a little, maybe give this recipe a shot. I've had really good results with it.

    No-Waste Tacos de Carnitas With Salsa Verde Recipe | Serious Eats

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    Bumping this with my beef burrito/taco mix

    1/4 yellow onion small dice
    1/2 red pepper small dice
    5-6 garlic cloves minced
    2 tsp chili powder
    tsp cayenne
    pinch old bay
    pinch salt
    pinch black pepper
    2 tbl grape seed oil

    Heat an 8-10 inch pot to medium heat and add above mix until veg is soft and thoroughly cooked

    Add 8 oz of tomato paste and tbl of ground cumin, continue on medium heat while stirring regularly for five minutes

    Add lb of ground beef seasoned with salt and pepper, kick the heat up to high and stir continually until beef is fully cooked.

    Add 12 oz re fried beans (optional but decrease spices by half if you aren't going to use), and 2 tsp of Spanish paprika. Turn heat to low and stir. Once the beans are hot you're all set to go.

    Personally I generally do burritos with a dollop of sour cream, iceberg lettuce, cilantro, and shredded cheddar cheese.

    I'd take a picture but a burrito isn't exactly exciting to look at.

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    We've been experimenting a bit with sourdough during the last few months and we now have a very good and active rye sourdough. I thought why not try it in a pizza. This is how it turned out:



    The dough was a bit sticky and hard to handle, should have perhaps done more stretch and folds or something, but the final pizza turned out delicious anyway. Soft and chewy, but not dough-y crust with loads of taste - probably the best pizza I've made.
    "How can less be more? It's impossible. More is more."
    -Yngwie J. Malmsteen

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    As a guy who knows a thing or two about making pizza, that's a great looking pizza.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drew View Post
    As a guy who knows a thing or two about making pizza, that's a great looking pizza.
    Thanks, it was pretty great.

    This is how the breads made with the sourdough turn out - took this out of the oven a few hours ago. I'm not that great at scoring the breads yet but otherwise it at least looks pretty nice!


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