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11/19/11 1:30 PM
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11/19/11 2:16 PM
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11/19/11 2:29 PM
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OT, but cooking related.

just had a jar of boiling vinegar explode in my face
11/19/11 2:53 PM
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Dirtyu D - OT, but cooking related.

just had a jar of boiling vinegar explode in my face
Canning mishap? What type of vinegar? I really love vinegar, so it hurts me to see you write that :-( Phone Post
11/19/11 3:16 PM
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Grendelplata - 
Dirtyu D - OT, but cooking related.

just had a jar of boiling vinegar explode in my face
Canning mishap? What type of vinegar? I really love vinegar, so it hurts me to see you write that :-( <img src="/images/phone/apple.png" alt="Phone Post" border="0" style="vertical-align:middle;"/>


making some red beats and pickled eggs. after dumping the stuff in a large jar, noticed that I made a bit of a mess, and decided to run water on it, with the lid on, in one of those moments of genius. Got splattered with scalding pieces of red beat

PS surprisingly, it wasn't very enjoyable
11/19/11 5:48 PM
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 Tonights dinner is:

My Special Chicken Soup - Or Demi's Caldo de Pollo

1 Pack Chicken thighs and legs
4 Russett Potatos
1 Onion
5oz Pearl Onions
Chicken Stock
Chicken Bullion
Bay Leaves
4 Carrotts
4 Celery Stalks
1 Clove of Garlic
Salt
Pepper
Extra Virgen Olive Oil
6-12 cups of water

Put the chicken, water, stock onions, bay leaves, salt, pepper, olivie oil and garlic in a huge pot or dutch oven. Boil and then simmer for 1.5 - 2 hours or until meat is falling off the bone.

Then add veggies, a bit more stock or water and a bit more salt and pepper. Return to boil then simmer 30-60 minutes or until potatos are soft.

Season to tatse for last 10 minutes.

You're welcome.


11/19/11 5:56 PM
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Cbass - 
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Cbass -  <a href="http://crockpot365.blogspot.com/2011/11/slow-cooker-shredded-korean-beef-tacos.html">crockpot365.blogspot.com/2011/11/slow-cooker-shredded-korean-beef-tacos.html</a>

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Need help with this ASAP! I got it all prepped but the liquid levels (from soy sauce, sesame oil and rice vinegar) are super low. Am I supposed to add water to it too or just cook it in that little bit of fluid?
 
Do not add any water... the amount of liquid is plenty... your not making soup....the beef will add plenty of more juice while cooking..just remember to flip the roast half way through so both sides cook in the juice
 



making that tomorrow
11/19/11 5:57 PM
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PS I think garlic chili paste swould work better than a jalapeno
11/19/11 6:18 PM
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Pulled pork is simple.

Rub it with some good BBQ rub (I make my own) and let it sit overnight. Then put it in a crockpot with a can of root beer and cook on low for about 8 hours.

I like to smoke the shit out of the meat with hickory and pecan for an hour first, but not everybody has that option.
11/19/11 7:39 PM
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1 cup red wine
1 cup beef broth
1 roast
1 medium red onion, diced
4 cloves of garlic
carrots
potatoes
thyme
rosemary
sea salt
pepper

cook on low for 10-12 hours
11/19/11 7:58 PM
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11/19/11 8:18 PM
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11/19/11 8:38 PM
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subbed, I have to get on some Winter Crockin'
11/19/11 10:04 PM
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Taco Soup

Ingredients 
1 lb. ground beef 
1 can chopped tomatoes 
1 can red kidney beans 
1 can pinto beans 
1 can white corn 
1 package taco seasoning 
1 package ranch dressing mix 

Brown ground beef (we use ground chicken) and drain. Toss all ingredients in crockpot (don't drain anything but the browned chicken or beef) Cook on low for 5 hours

11/21/11 1:28 PM
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 The Korean Beef turned out excellent.  I subbed out the one jalepeno for a bunch of siracha and I think it was a good move.  I also threw a bunch of chopped green onions in the mix as well and I'm glad i did. 

If you like a strong ginger flavor definitely up the ginger, i used more than it called for and I still think it could have used a bit more.  Same goes for the brown sugar if you want a sweeter flavor.

its even better the day or two after, make sure you reserved some of the cooking liquid for reheating.
11/28/11 7:26 PM
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 In the rig all day today...

Chicken thighs
1 jar of chile verde salsa
3 cloves garlic
1 jalapeno
one half a red onion
1 bottle of beer


11/29/11 12:57 PM
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 The above turned out amazing.  So delicious, I highly recommend it.
12/7/11 3:43 PM
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 ttt

Made some pulled pork over the weekend, turned out delicious.  marinated over night in some rub, added some bbq sauce, a little beer, and some hot sauce and a little water to the crock.  10 hr cook time.  Awesome.


12/11/11 5:17 PM
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Had to throw some shit together since I need to go grocery shopping. Seared off a chuck roast, added it to the crockpot with caramelized onion and garlic, some salsa, and a beer. Strained and de-fatted the liquid and chopped/shredded the beef. Added everything back to keep it warm and juicy. Served with corn tortillas and some sazon rice. Phone Post
12/11/11 5:38 PM
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Cbass -
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Cbass -  crockpot365.blogspot.com/2011/11/slow-cooker-shredded-korean-beef-tacos.html


Need help with this ASAP! I got it all prepped but the liquid levels (from soy sauce, sesame oil and rice vinegar) are super low. Am I supposed to add water to it too or just cook it in that little bit of fluid?
 
Do not add any water... the amount of liquid is plenty... your not making soup....the beef will add plenty of more juice while cooking..just remember to flip the roast half way through so both sides cook in the juice
 
I will be making this soon! Phone Post
12/12/11 7:11 AM
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 I have to admit, I was underwhelmed by the Korean beef recipe - really lacked seasoning in my opinion. I would up the soy and ginger, but your tastes may vary 
12/12/11 8:51 AM
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guy1 -  The above turned out amazing.  So delicious, I highly recommend it.
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12/12/11 3:36 PM
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CR1chard -  I have to admit, I was underwhelmed by the Korean beef recipe - really lacked seasoning in my opinion. I would up the soy and ginger, but your tastes may vary 

 I woudl agree with this.  I waited until the end to up the seasoning though to be safe when I made it.  I used more heat in the form of siracha as well.

I also reduced soem of the cooking liquid to make a sauce which helped.
12/12/11 3:37 PM
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guy1 -  The above turned out amazing.  So delicious, I highly recommend it.
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 I used a pale ale.
1/13/12 5:49 PM
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