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Throwing a couple USDA prime NY steaks on the ol Weber propane grill. Cooking up some small potatoes with sea salt, olive oil and rosemary. Julienned carrots roasted with butter brown sugar and honey and then topping the steaks with Gorgonzola/parsley butter.
pic related, last NY i made.
I did it again!
Nothing fancy but it's really fucking tasty
>a bit of olive oil
Looks good OP. Nice sear, good color.
Grilling some burgers tonight here. I'll season them with a simple Paula Deen house seasoning (salt, pepper, garlic powder) an hour before, fry some bacon, and get some baked beans going (just canned, nothing fancy). Half the bacon and half an onion goes in the beans. Then grill the burgers with barbecue sauce and cheddar, batter and fry some onion rings in the bacon grease, finish the burgers with bacon and onion rings on top.
Hell yeah. Western BBQ burgers hit the spot sometimes. Especially with homemade onion rings like that. What kind of BBQ sauce are you making or using? I always like something sweet and tangy with some heat. I usually just start with some original Bullseys sauce and add some hot sauce and Tabasco until it reaches the perfect mixture of sweet, heat and savory tang.
Here is that sear fresh off the grill. I've been using Kinder's Prime Rib Rub as a seasoning for these steaks. Really gives the sear on the outside that prime rib bark that you get in a restaurant.
>homemade pierogis w/onions and butter
>onigiri with natto for my brother
> A FUCKING WELL DONE STEAK FOR MY MOTHER
so basically the night's a wash
I think I'm going to blacken some salmon. I'm not sure about sides since I didn't pick up much produce yesterday. My go to is asparagus but it's out of season so it both looks like shit and is ball expensive. I may just end up baking some potatoes.
Made a ribeye last night with sous vide + hot weber grill to finish. 'twas delicious.
Wasn't that hungry so I ate the steak bare (no sides) like a true bachelor.
I cooked some pork chops. I'm not sure two of them got hot enough, but fuck it, #yolo, hopefully they'll get hot enough in the microwave as leftovers. Would have had a baked potato with it, but the internet lied to me and an hour at 400 degrees wasn't nearly enough. This thing is still hard.
Clearly I am still new to cooking.
Wasn't as good as mom makes it, but I got to break in my new dutch oven.