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So, what’s your signature dish or dishes? What do you cook that exemplifies your best or most popular dish with family & friends?

Mine:

1. Gumbo

2. Roast, rice & Gravy

3. Deep Fried Pork Tenderloin 

4. Cornbread Dressing and giblet gravy

5. Smoked ribs

6. Smoked whole hog

7. Fried fish

8. Blackened Redfish w/ lemon butter cream sauce

9. Homemade salsa

10. Crawfish pistolettes

Just a few, but ALL good! Whatcha got? 

 

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34 minutes ago, Ty Cobb said:

1. Smoked pork ribs and tenderloin 

2. spicy shrimp and chicken over penne pasta 

3. Steaks

4. Burgers

5. Pinto beans

Man, I left off pinto beans, but it’s one of mine  too! Do you put sausage or ground meat or anything else in your beans? 

That’s a good list! I love smoked ribs. They’re finicky. But I love to cook / eat them. 

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For me its gotta be fried turkey and cornbread dressing. I've been doing it for 15 years, and I'm kinda famous for it. Many times friends, neighbors, and coworkers bring me a thawed turkey and I cook for them as well. I've even traveled with my setup and cooked for relatives that have no idea how good it can be. Last year, my friend bought one from a local restaurant just to compare. They said never again, of course I don't charge. 

I also make a "Triple pork attack" tenderloin. Stuffed with boudin dip and wrapped with bacon. Smoked on the grill with pecan. Some people like apple sauce, but I slice up some peaches, sprinkle with cinnamon brown sugar and grill them as well. It's like cobbler without the cob. Put on top of blue bell vanilla. Its heaven in yo mouth. Lol

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2 hours ago, SmashMouth said:

Man, I left off pinto beans, but it’s one of mine  too! Do you put sausage or ground meat or anything else in your beans? 

That’s a good list! I love smoked ribs. They’re finicky. But I love to cook / eat them. 

Only sausage in mine. I have a friend that does ground meat and a ham hock.

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 No order..

Gumbo

Tikka Masala

 Budae Jjigae (Korean Army Stew)

Zuppa Toscana

 Chili

sous vide steaks

red beans and rice or

... anasazi beans (probably best beans on the planet)

Pozole

Apple Dumplings

 Breakfast casserole

Chicken and Dumplings

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16 minutes ago, 5GallonBucket said:

I don’t cook that often, but when I do it is never meat from the store.

That's a challenge. My boss is the same way. I tell him try to eat something that never touches plastic. Harder than "far east" algebra unless you cook it on the spot.

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1 hour ago, CardinalBacker said:

Hamburger Helper Potatoes Strogaganoff

Grilled Cheese Sandwich

bacon/fried eggs

Hot Pockets (pepperoni)

zummos

cinnamon toast

Lmao!!!!!! It’s pretty hard to beat a good grilled cheese, bacon/fried eggs (grits too please), zummos and cinnamon toast!

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4 hours ago, tvc184 said:

 No order..

Gumbo

Tikka Masala

 Budae Jjigae (Korean Army Stew)

Zuppa Toscana

 Chili

sous vide steaks

red beans and rice or

... anasazi beans (probably best beans on the planet)

Pozole

Apple Dumplings

 Breakfast casserole

Chicken and Dumplings

In my mind, I know how to cook just about everything in the planet. But I’ve never had Anasazi beans. Where do you get them?

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13 hours ago, NetCat said:

1. Gumbo 

2. Deep fried ribs

3. Burnt ends

4. Brisket

5. Fried fish and shrimp

6. Steak

Other things as well but those are my favorite things to break out for company. 

I like to think I cook all the above pretty dang well too. Of all of them, the brisket is the biggest challenge, but I love the process. Lots of time to drink a “couple” beers. 

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Gonna get some repeats here. My wife is the cook, I specialize in gumbo and etouffe.

Pintos and sausage/hock, rice and cornbread.

pork/beef roast, rice and gravy, broccoli

burgers and fries (potatoes cut flat and deep fried)

finger food for company sometimes

chalupas....I should have been born a mexican

I’ll think of some more. Right now I have to go eat.

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9 hours ago, SmashMouth said:

I like to think I cook all the above pretty dang well too. Of all of them, the brisket is the biggest challenge, but I love the process. Lots of time to drink a “couple” beers. 

Drinking beer is one of the main requirements for cooking good food! 😂😂😂

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