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Old 03-22-2021, 06:38 PM   #11
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Old 03-22-2021, 11:57 PM   #12
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I made a brisket burnt end hash. Take your burnt ends (or chopped brisket), roasted potatoes, crumbled bacon, roasted garlic, collard greens, and basically anything else you want and toss it together. Put it all in a hot cast iron skillet and throw it in the oven until the top gets crispy. Pull it out, put your favorite sauce on top and dig in.
I like to crack a few eggs on top at the last minute and put it under the broiler. I like the yolks runny but you can cook it hard if you want.

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Old 03-22-2021, 11:59 PM   #13
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Nice chef de jour Boston I have never made egg rolls ,


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Old 03-23-2021, 12:02 AM   #14
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Just got home a couple of hours ago from pickin' for two days in and around Round Top, Texas area. Got some sour cream chicken enchiladas, black bean soup, and my famous Mexican rice going in various stages.

What u were picken antiques AG


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Old 03-23-2021, 09:10 AM   #15
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We usually go for vintage Americana and various imported items. Pretty much anything we can resell for a large profit and is easy to ship. Everything from dolls and doll clothes or furniture, to cologne, games or toys; shaving gear; sewing related items; gas, oil, or tobacco ephemera. Vintage Christmas. Vintage cookbooks and recipe cards. Wartime correspondence. Vintage sports memorabilia. Any vintage advertising with good graphics.

The stock in our store is getting a bit low. We usually have 400-500 items up for sale. We're down under 150. 2020 was our best year ever. Everybody was stuck at home shopping online. Here's our store:

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Old 03-23-2021, 02:47 PM   #16
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Not sure yet

But i know well some bourbon is high on the list for friday when i
start my long weekend off.

Brough some cooking books with me to read on shift tonight so we will see. Whittled it down to either something North African/Middle Eastern or something from Edward Lee's Smoke and Pickles
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Old 03-23-2021, 04:40 PM   #17
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Today making some smoked pork taquitos with leftover smoked pork butt to go with leftover black bean soup and Mexican rice. Will also be making fresh guacamole for dipping.

Gotta love leftovers.
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Old 03-24-2021, 12:13 AM   #18
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We usually go for vintage Americana and various imported items. Pretty much anything we can resell for a large profit and is easy to ship. Everything from dolls and doll clothes or furniture, to cologne, games or toys; shaving gear; sewing related items; gas, oil, or tobacco ephemera. Vintage Christmas. Vintage cookbooks and recipe cards. Wartime correspondence. Vintage sports memorabilia. Any vintage advertising with good graphics.

The stock in our store is getting a bit low. We usually have 400-500 items up for sale. We're down under 150. 2020 was our best year ever. Everybody was stuck at home shopping online. Here's our store:

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Thatís kool stuff, I were going thru my old hot wheels stuff the other day got a shiiit load of 70ís cars , vans rocket car Ford trucks, nothing in the box worth anything much


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Old 03-25-2021, 09:58 AM   #19
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Got a couple Hanger Steaks a couple days ago and processed them last night. Gonna put them on the Green Egg and make a side of chimichurri. If you arenít familiar with hanger I suggest you try it. Itís absolutely the best cut of steak you can put in your mouth. It tastes like an aged steak and is great grilled or seared. Very very flavorful. The only downside is that itís a little tricky to cook and cut but when you do it right nothing comes close. You have to slice it fairly thin (1/2 inch or so) against the grain when it comes off the grill and rests, otherwise it can be tough. Itís also tough to find but if you have a local butcher in town they will have it.

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Old 03-25-2021, 03:30 PM   #20
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Got a couple Hanger Steaks a couple days ago and processed them last night. Gonna put them on the Green Egg and make a side of chimichurri. If you arenít familiar with hanger I suggest you try it. Itís absolutely the best cut of steak you can put in your mouth. It tastes like an aged steak and is great grilled or seared. Very very flavorful. The only downside is that itís a little tricky to cook and cut but when you do it right nothing comes close. You have to slice it fairly thin (1/2 inch or so) against the grain when it comes off the grill and rests, otherwise it can be tough. Itís also tough to find but if you have a local butcher in town they will have it.

I donít think I ever heard of it , Iíll ask the butcher at rouses. We usually buy a rack of ribeyes and have them cut in 1.5 inch I always found u can que them to anyoneís liking , hanger steaks next!


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