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Gatorbait25

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Bumping for the folks who lack scrolling skills and or have poor vision
 

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Sorry, I lack the skills to see hidden threads. :lol:

It seems to be here now. Can you merge the dinner 2.0 thread with this one?
The posts weren’t showing up. Some voodoo **** if I’ve ever seen it haha
 

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Found a recipe for a creamy Cajun chicken pasta
Roma tomatoes were from the garden, roasted with spices and olive oil and then frozen. I liked the sweetness they added.

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Just prepping for dinner.

First time making roast beef. Used rump roast. Salt, pepper, garlic and onion powder and worscheshire powder.

Souse Vide 24 hours at 138F.

Confused Jim Carrey GIF


Tastes like roast beef.

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Yum! Looks amazing.
Not bad for the first attempt. Next time I'll lower the temp a bit. I'll also increase the spices. It's good though.

Tomorrow will be the thin sliced roast beef, provolone, topped with horseradish/dejon mustard on a fresh baked baguette, dipped in au jus and roasted veggies on the side.
 

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Not bad for the first attempt. Next time I'll lower the temp a bit. I'll also increase the spices. It's good though.

Tomorrow will be the thin sliced roast beef, provolone, topped with horseradish/dejon mustard on a fresh baked baguette, dipped in au jus and roasted veggies.
Do you use the souse vide often? I don’t want one more kitchen gadget unless it’s good. The thought of “boiling” meat seems weird but people love them.
 

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Do you use the souse vide often? I don’t want one more kitchen gadget unless it’s good. The thought of “boiling” meat seems weird but people love them.
I use it about twice a month. I do lean cuts like turkey or chicken breasts. They come out very moist. This is the first time I did a rump roast.

Keep in mind... it's low temp cooking so it's nothing like braising.

I've done a few 2" steaks and ribeye. Not really impressed. I'd rather grill them.

The rump roast has me convinced that any roasts (beef or pork) would be a winner.
 

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Roast beef (rump roast), provolone, dijon mustard, horseradish on a freshly baked Demi Baguette.
.Roasted grape tomatoes, zucchini, summer squash and asparagus.

All on my exquisite dinnerware.

(I split the sandwich in 1/3 after the pic)
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