Lastnight: sausage gnocchi bake. Very tasty!
RON PARRISH twilliams I agree with HerbcoFood , it takes some time and practice. My wife and I have been cooking together nearly every day for the past 5 years. I recently upgraded to an iPhone11 with the portrait mode and that takes killer plated pictures very easily. This cook was a solo cook that I made for my wife and I for Valentines day this year. I watch a ton of youtube channels on cooking and found this recipe that I wanted to replicate. It came out really well. I’ll see if I can post the original video that I sourced it from as well. The meal was three courses, the starter was simple toast with a ricotta spread, topped with pan-seared tomato and garlic with an olive oil drizzle. Main dish was a stuffed chicken thigh, rolled/tied then pan-seared and baked to finish cooking. The chicken medallions were plated on a bed of creamy pureed cauliflower. Desert is a baked pear on a slather of greek yogurt with a homemade caramel sauce and granola. I didn’t have regular granola so I chopped up a granola bar! Whatever works! Joshua Weissman was the original creator that I followed for the recipe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zU9OP776xcE&list=PL4WiRZw8bmXt9q1_5MhZWqfhIdFg3eINH&index=30
IVERYAN nice. I was reading up on them on the amazing ribs site and they mentioned a limited temp range. They are pretty popular with the guys on the BGE forum. Do you really find yourself having to stoke the firebox every 30 minutes? That is also what amazing ribs claims.
calldoctoday Supposedly been very successful here.
This article is about remote control drop traps and aerial gunning control in Kansas
I got a buddy that commercially heli-hunts them in Oklahoma.
Jonathon Man, you shot Flint Oaks for your first clay-shoot! That’s a heck of a place. I shot sporting clays, trap and skeet in college. Went to nationals on a couple occasions outside of San Antonio. Flint Oaks is a crazy nice facility! I can relate to the not having a place to shoot, that one thing that has kept me from buying a long-range rifle. I’ve got some short range targets set up at my place now, can at least plink and check zero’s at 100 yrds. Shooting has gotten very expensive and ammo is still hard to come by, much harder than it should be. I didn’t dove hunt this year because of how difficult 12 gauge shells are to find.