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    Les Paul Forum Member Texas Blues's Avatar
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    Re: Come on in my kitchen..

    Dirty...the marbling in that steak looks like Kobe or Wagyu beef. If it was.....melt in your mouth goodness right there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatentAppliedFor View Post
    OK, camera workin - on the menu tonite - Italian sausage & cream cheese stuffed jalapenos & southern pecan crusted chicken =)



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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas Blues View Post
    Dirty...the marbling in that steak looks like Kobe or Wagyu beef. If it was.....melt in your mouth goodness right there.
    It sort of reminds me of veal since the meat is so light in color...

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    Sure does DB but, the fat content if it is Kobe, makes it lighter. What makes the kobe so good too is that when you cook it, the fat melts as if the steak was infused with butter. I bought some wagyu filet, for mrs. blues a while back and grilled it up. Sex on a plate that stuff!

    And thanks for mentioning veal...now I have to dream about veal marsala all week!

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    PAF....snausage poppers and chix....pure gold!

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    Made up a batch of pork tamales a short while ago. Vacuum packed 'em for the freezer. Last night I pulled out a pack. Nuked 'em. Cheesed 'em. Enchilada sauced 'em. Foo foo'd 'em. Ate 'em. Killer!



    Here's a gratuitous pulled pork pic for the filling...



    Golden hotness!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas Blues View Post
    Made up a batch of pork tamales a short while ago. Vacuum packed 'em for the freezer. Last night I pulled out a pack. Nuked 'em. Cheesed 'em. Enchilada sauced 'em. Foo foo'd 'em. Ate 'em. Killer!



    Here's a gratuitous pulled pork pic for the filling...



    Golden hotness!

    Damn those look good!!! I am going to do some cooking tonight. Sort of a way to say thanks to my better half for putting up with me getting yet another Les Paul. Tonight's menu will be my signature chimichangas stuffed with marinated grilled steak and shrimp, roasted poblanos, and chihuahua cheese. After I fry them up, I top them off with a classic ranchero sauce and serve it with mexican rice and black beans. Getting hungry already! I'll be sure to get some pictures tonight as I will be doing some pics of my new Gold Top too. Are there three more exciting words anywhere than...."Out for delivery"?

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    Damn those look good!!!
    Big +1 that.

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    Man, you guys are killing me....

    I used to LOVE EVERYTHING HOTTTT......

    But now, my stomach won't let me.


    I am making some red beans, it being Monday and all...

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    Damn that all looks good... can't cook a lick but I can give some good accompanying music...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MquKxlcoJZw
    back where it all begins...

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    Re: Come on in my kitchen..

    Quote Originally Posted by Texas Blues View Post
    Dirty...the marbling in that steak looks like Kobe or Wagyu beef. If it was.....melt in your mouth goodness right there.
    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleBoogie View Post
    It sort of reminds me of veal since the meat is so light in color...
    Hey guys,
    It is just regular supermarket grade (Choice?) beef, handcut about a half hour before the photo. It is ready for the grill in that pic so I think what you are seeing is the oil and Kosher salt. Also it is a cell phone pic.

    That steak is almost 3 lbs. so if were Kobe we would have needed a small loan! Here is a pic to show the relative size:
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    On the grill:
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    Money Shot:
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    WHAT WOULD KENNY POWERS DO?

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    Re: Come on in my kitchen..

    Dang it!!! I can't find the drool emoticon!!!!!

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    It's Chimichanga time.....

    First the assembly line....




    Then after a short bath in hot oil....Some more cheese...A little mexican rice...Pot black beans with jalapenos...and a little more mix of the green onions and cilantro garnish.....Man I love cooking and eating this stuff!



    Today was a kick butt day!!!

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    A new darkback GT, a cranked Marshall, and a plate of Tex-Mex Double Boogie mojofied chimi hotness....good 'Gawd ya'll, I reckon it don't get much bettern' that! Beautiful plate DB!
    I reckon you make a damn good fish taco too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas Blues View Post
    A new darkback GT, a cranked Marshall, and a plate of Tex-Mex Double Boogie mojofied chimi hotness....good 'Gawd ya'll, I reckon it don't get much bettern' that! Beautiful plate DB!
    I reckon you make a damn good fish taco too!
    Actually, I haven't really tried doing the fish taco thing. I need to though because I love 'em. There is a local joint here that has a fine version (along with their shrimp version too) and I always head that way when I have a hankerin' for one. I bet some of my BC Ling Cod would make a fine one.

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    These pics remind me so much of the inside of the "Tres Hombres" album!!!!

    Oh yeah!!!


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    Dano...I've been looking for that shot for a long time but only could find small files and fuzzy contrast. I'd like to dupe that whole spread. That pic might be almost as famous as the album itself. Thanks heaps for posting.

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    Re: Come on in my kitchen..

    Quote Originally Posted by Texas Blues View Post
    Dano...I've been looking for that shot for a long time but only could find small files and fuzzy contrast. I'd like to dupe that whole spread. That pic might be almost as famous as the album itself. Thanks heaps for posting.
    Yeah, I've had this album since the mid 70's....

    Then, I when I started to cook, I wondered what everything was. I see tacos, enchiladas, but what else is there?

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    Re: Come on in my kitchen..

    Quote Originally Posted by bluesforstevie View Post
    These pics remind me so much of the inside of the "Tres Hombres" album!!!!

    Oh yeah!!!

    I always wanted to eat that

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluesforstevie View Post
    Yeah, I've had this album since the mid 70's....

    Then, I when I started to cook, I wondered what everything was. I see tacos, enchiladas, but what else is there?
    My ex stole that LP from me years ago. Guacamole, chips and salsa covered with cheese on the right plate. Main plate looks like beef tacos, enchiladas rice, beans with salsa, and a flat looking something with melted cheese and the red 'peno slices. Cheese everywhere. The 'penos seem to be fresh that have been dropped in the fryer for 20 seconds or so, not canned. It's my understanding this pic was shot at a Tex-Mex joint around Houston in the 70's that Billy and the boys frequented. I've wanted to duplicate it for years. I could do the food easy enough but setting it up for a shot like that....difficult to say the least. That table screams Tex-Mex soul and mojo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas Blues View Post
    My ex stole that LP from me years ago. Guacamole, chips and salsa covered with cheese on the right plate. Main plate looks like beef tacos, enchiladas rice, beans with salsa, and a flat looking something with melted cheese and the red 'peno slices. Cheese everywhere. The 'penos seem to be fresh that have been dropped in the fryer for 20 seconds or so, not canned. It's my understanding this pic was shot at a Tex-Mex joint around Houston in the 70's that Billy and the boys frequented. I've wanted to duplicate it for years. I could do the food easy enough but setting it up for a shot like that....difficult to say the least. That table screams Tex-Mex soul and mojo!
    LEFT TO RIGHT.......... Lets EAT!!!

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    Damn skippy! But I doubt I could finish all that in even 3 days! Be fun tryin'.

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    Re: Come on in my kitchen..

    what kinda beer izzat?


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    I see a Chile Relleno on the left side of that plate and Nachos on the small plate along with what looks like tacos and enchiladas with Spanish rice and
    some other little goodies in the back right side of the plate..

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    I think it's extinct (it was made in Galveston):

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    Well I couldn't leave it alone ya'll. I was taken over by some unseen Texican force and was compelled to whip this out inspired by the ZZ pic from Tres Hombres. And with a small tribute to DoubleBoogie thrown in...

    For maximum enjoyment, check this little ditty while perusing the post...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzFYd7Xo-8w

    Steak and shrimp chimmichangas
    TB's Notorious Tamales
    Rice and refrieds
    Nachos
    Chile rellenos
    Guacamole
    TB's picante sauce
    Heaps of limes, pickled 'penos and deep fried fresh 'penos
    Liberal use of jack, cheddar and cotija cheeses
    A heapin' of TexMex mojo

    Here 'tis ya'll TB's Combinacions Plato Grande









    Cheers ya'll!

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    Re: Come on in my kitchen..

    YUM !!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas Blues View Post
    Well I couldn't leave it alone ya'll. I was taken over by some unseen Texican force and was compelled to whip this out inspired by the ZZ pic from Tres Hombres. And with a small tribute to DoubleBoogie thrown in...

    For maximum enjoyment, check this little ditty while perusing the post...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzFYd7Xo-8w

    Steak and shrimp chimmichangas
    TB's Notorious Tamales
    Rice and refrieds
    Nachos
    Chile rellenos
    Guacamole
    TB's picante sauce
    Heaps of limes, pickled 'penos and deep fried fresh 'penos
    Liberal use of jack, cheddar and cotija cheeses
    A heapin' of TexMex mojo

    Here 'tis ya'll TB's Combinacions Plato Grande









    Cheers ya'll!
    Ya buddy!!!! That's what I'm talkin' about!!! I was goin' to behave myself and eat light tonight....not anymore!!! I feel a Chili Relleno attack comin' on! Wish I could do them tonight! I like my Chili Rellenos stuffed with a mixture of cheese and shredded duck breast meat that was marinated and roasted in a red chili adobo sauce. Stuff and fry them with the traditional egg and corn meal fluffy batter and top them off with my signature dark cajun mole' and jicama relish. It is BAD ASS goodness at its finest!! Pardon me while I slobber!!!

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    Re: Come on in my kitchen..

    Quote Originally Posted by DirtyRobber View Post
    Killing me with that pork shoulder. The only decent BBQ place in town just went under without warning...

    Here is a pic of the steak my wife got me for Father's Day ready for the grill.
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    That does look like Wagyu beef!!!

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    Re: Come on in my kitchen..

    Who's up for a little schmeer? Got it gettin' down brown the other night...

    Cream cheese, sour cream, garlic, fresh cracked black pepper, sea salt, lemon juice and zest, capers and tery smoked salmon.



    Mojo workin' in 'da queeze...



    You don't want the salmon to be on the chunky side...



    Toasted bagel and a bit of schmeer....done up Alaskan style.




    This should bring out the New Yawkers to critique. Will it pass the test?

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    Hey ya'll, got the mojo workin' last night in The Blues Kitchen with some fresh salmon and Alaskan king crab. I decided to tex-mexify it by doing the salmon up with garlic, onions, red bell, pequin and 'peno's. Slapped that on a tortilla with the crab, rolled it up and tied it off and then into the deep fryer. These seafood chimmichanga's were HOT SEX ON A PLATE ya'll. The hotness was so good I whooped up a little thai sweet chile cream sauce to go with the seafood love loglettes.

    Here's some of the chaos..



    The salmon could stand alone on its own.



    Lets make it more killer!





    Look at that golden love hotness!!



    And the money shot....unfunkingbelievable!



    Get your mojo workin' ya'll! Cheers.

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    Damn that looks good!!! That's got me droolin on the old keyboard TB!I'll be home next weekend and I plan to do my signature chili rellenos. Pics to be posted then!

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    DB, I am quite sure that plate will be nuthin' but hot, blue, and righteous! I've seen your work sir and it's always been killer!

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    man those chimis look killer =-)

    cookin up a mess of beef bourguignon here tonite


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    Re: Come on in my kitchen..

    Best food thread ever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluestar View Post
    Best food thread ever!
    NO DOUBT.....You guys are killin' me...


    How 'bout some Viet' food? I love the cold (not fried...which are killer too) spring rolls in rice paper wrappers. With the sweet and spicy peanut sauce!!!

    Then a bowl Bun Bo Hue....I think that's the spelling...??? Or the soup with the clear noodles with shrimp and pork!!

    I float a couple sliced fresh Serrano chile rings and a little extra fish sauce!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluesforstevie View Post
    NO DOUBT.....You guys are killin' me...


    How 'bout some Viet' food? I love the cold (not fried...which are killer too) spring rolls in rice paper wrappers. With the sweet and spicy peanut sauce!!!

    Then a bowl Bun Bo Hue....I think that's the spelling...??? Or the soup with the clear noodles with shrimp and pork!!

    I float a couple sliced fresh Serrano chile rings and a little extra fish sauce!!!
    What? We're taking requests now? Well, at least it wasn't Freebird. I shall consult my witch doctor as per the possibility of fulfilling your request.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texas Blues View Post
    What? We're taking requests now? Well, at least it wasn't Freebird. I shall consult my witch doctor as per the possibility of fulfilling your request.


    Not a request...merely a menu suggestion. I don't have good enough kitchen hardware to throw down like I'm capable.....


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    Damn, this thread makes me hungry!

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    Anyone up for tequila sunrises? How 'bout crabcakes 'wit hollandaise and asparagus and shitaki 'shroomage?



    This plate needs no foo foo.....

    Note: Careful with the Samiclaus brewhaha...14% alcomohol....it'll get you drunker than a ship load of sailors on payday!


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