Discussion in 'The Bar' started by VAsiCkBoy, Nov 25, 2013.
I just boiled some sweet potatoes.
I wish I could eat sweet potatoes. They smell so good, but as soon as that nasty slick, yet grainy, texture hits my tongue, my gag reflex kicks in.
Yep made a batch of kicked up cranberry sauce...with hot chills peppers
I smoked a turkey and a Boston butt.
Do you pour that over a block of cream cheese?
Holy shit thanks!
That's just how I'm gonna serve it thursday
Serving leftovers Thursday?
It's good that way as an appetizer or a side dish.
Froze the turkey. We've been gnawing on the pulled pork all week!
even with candied sweet potatoes?
What about sweet potato fries?
I find those delectable.
i'm psuedo dry-aging a prime rib roast in my fridge. can't wait to try it on thanksgiving.
i used to have the same gag reflex until i loaded a baked sweet potato with butter and brown sugar. it was awesome. they almost taste like pumpkin pie that way.
You mean using a dry rub? What is dry-aging?
I'm cooking a spiral ham on Wednesday to take over to my daughter's. I want to try to make it like a Honeybaked ham. I have the propane torch and all. Anyone ever done that?
I'm gonna eat this pound of prochiutto for Thursday if I don't stop knawing
Never tried that at home but I LOVE Honeybaked ham. I would love if you did a picture thread.
i wrapped the roast in cheesecloth that i change every day and i keep it in a designated fridge for 4 to 6 days like that. when you pull it out, you shave off the dry bits and/or discolored bits from the edges and then roast it. the dry aging allows amino acids in the meat to break it down and reduce moisture which intensifies the beefy flavor. i've heard this makes the best roasts.
I probably won't be able to. I just had shoulder surgery today and will be operating on one wing. I will let you know how it comes out.