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Better-Than-Restaurant Quality Skillet Fajitas

Monday, July 1, 2019 Food

What do you usually think of when you think of fajitas? Steak or Chicken ? Well Today we are going to try something else.

 LET’S MAKE DELICIOUS FAJITAS IN A SKILLET !

It’s all in the seasoning for these fajitas! Toss shrimp in some chili powder and red pepper flakes, and then quickly cook them in a skillet with some veggies. Better-than-restaurant quality fajitas are yours in no time! You can do this indoors or outdoors on your grill. I like using my pellet grill or my weber kettle grill

WHAT KIND OF SHRIMP FOR FAJITAS?

I have no idea how they size shrimp. There are large shrimp that seem medium compared to other shrimp in the store. I’ve never really seen small shrimp, so I’m not sure who is making this scale.

Anyway, for fajitas, I like large shrimp, which usually come 31-35 shrim...

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Chipotle Hamburger Recipe To Try

Monday, June 24, 2019 Food

Chipotle Hamburger Recipe

I love a good Hamburger and have many ways I like to make them, I got a recipe from a buddy for chipotle hamburger you have to try, 

Hamburger

1 Roast the  poblano chiles: If including poblano chiles in your burger, you will need to roast them first. Coat the poblanos with a little oil and grill or broil them until they are blackened on all sides. Alternatively, you can take the plain, un-oiled peppers and place them directly on a gas stovetop burner, turning them as needed, until they are blackened on all sides.

Place the blackened peppers in a covered bowl for 15 minutes or so to steam. Peel off the charred skin and remove all the seeds. Slice into thick ribbons and toss with a little vegetable oil and salt and set aside.

2 Make chipotle burger mix: Mix the ground beef, ...

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Time To Smoke Us A Beef Brisket

Monday, April 22, 2019 Food  One comment

It’s time to smoke us a Beef Brisket. This is a pretty popular cut of meat that people love to smoke. I am always seeing someone posting about cooking one in the smoker or on the grill. There are so many different ways people are cooking them these days. The brisket is essential in two parts the point and the flat, The point has more fat and the flat has more meat. The brisket has a grain, the point runs a different direction and most don’t notice this causing an issue with slicing the brisket. Look at the meat before cooking and when you are finished and you will notice.I wouldn’t worry about cutting the meat until you are finished cooking it, unless you would rather separate and cook separately, maybe making burnt ends with part of it like with the point.beef brisket

I decided to give this l...

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Recipe Jalapeño Cream Cheese Stuffed Meatloaf

Monday, February 18, 2019 Food  No comments

Going to do a jalapeño cream cheese stuffed meatloaf wrapped in bacon. Got this idea off Pinterest, I am going to put my own twist to it, they just used cheese but I thought I would add a little kick and stuff some jalapeño peppers with cream cheese and stuff that into the meatloaf also will be cooking on the pellet grill.

See video below..

Ingredients used: 

2 lb. ground chuck

1 lb. of mild Italian sausage

tops of green onions

2 packages of your choice of bacon

2 eggs

I used buffalo chicken flavor pretzel bites “was going to use the honey mustard but changed my mind”

jalapeno peppers

Cream cheese

Seasoning :

black pepper to taste

I used Project Smoke  “Kansas City Smoke Rub” you can use what ever seasoning you like that suits you.” I made a small one this time to see how it would turn...

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Easy Poor Mans BBQ Burnt Ends This is BBQ Meat Candy

Monday, January 21, 2019 Food  No comments

I have heard this called poor mans burnt end,s but I like to call it meat candy, it’s so good and sweet it taste just like candy.

Let’s start by using a beef chuck roast. I start out by seasoning it with salt, pepper, onion powder, John Henry’s Big daddy smoke house rub, apple wood rub. I cover the whole roast and rub it in and then let it sit in the fridge over night.

The next day I will remove from the fridge and start to chunk up the meat (cutting the meat ).

Once I have it cut into chunks I will put it all in a big bowl and add the same seasoning I rubbed it down with and will put lid on the bowl and shake it all together to make sure all the meat is covered in the seasoning.

Once I am finished with that I will lay them out and get them ready for the smoker.

While I do this ...

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