Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by -stew-, Oct 3, 2016.
Wow that looks good!
How do you get the stuff to stay on the bun like that ??
The upside down picture or for real?
For real- melt cheese on the bun first. After the steak comes off the grill buns go on, cut side down. Once toasted flip them and add the cheese. Turn the fire off for gas or raise the grate for charcoal. Let the cheese melt.
The picture- I’m dumb. I don’t know why it posted upside down. I know I could go back and flip it. But I’m just going to put the PBA* on it.
(*Probably Be Alright)
PBA for sure.... just took me a minute to figure out what I was looking at!
looks tasty !
Sometimes I put buns on the grill top all loaded up, and right before I take them off,
splash a few drops of water or wine on the
flat top and throw a steel bowl or colander
over it a give it a quick steam.... finish's melting the cheese and softens up the bun a little...
Grilled pizza, it's what's for dinner.
Don’t know what the f is wrong with me today, but 1970s mac&cheese for lunch, rice with butter, salt, and pepper for dinner, and cookies for a snack. Carbo loading like I am still a runner.
Ok I’ll bite. Why did you eat 40 year old Mac and cheese?
Lol. No, just the crap in the box we used to eat as kids. Not even sure why I bought it. Must have known I was going to want it.
Our annual family food competition is tomorrow and this year’s ingredient is apples. My daughter is cooking some sort of apple/cheese soup that I haven’t tried yet. The wife and I are BBQing baby back ribs basted with a apple bourbon sauce. The cooking process is similar to what I normally do however the ingredients and flavors are new to me. The rub is missing several traditional BBQ spices that are typically used and the ribs are foiled with apple cider and onions instead of apple juice. We all thought the ribs tasted pretty damn good and you could really taste the apple. We have a chance to win this but we have new judges this year too....
That is a cool tradition
It’s a lot of fun and normally held at the cabin with our neighbors blind judging. The $hit talking has been going on for weeks...
Paella in the rain, under a tarp.
I don’t cook very often but I can. Me and the girls haven’t had chicken pillows since I got divorced. Damn they were good!
Those look delicious!
But I think there should be a new rule for this thread that you can’t post unless you make enough for the rest of us.
Stop by, that’s only half the batch!
I’m sure they’d all be gone by the time I got there.
Turkey breast and rib meat cooked in the foodi. 5.5lb in 1.5 hrs with perfectly crisp skin and awesomely juicy meat.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
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