Message from celticflame in MacGuyver - Skills & Academics #cooking

2017-12-07 18:08:04 UTC  

You can use it in a deep fryer as well.

2017-12-07 19:40:58 UTC  

Looks awesome @missliterallywho

2017-12-07 19:43:14 UTC  

@Rayder The restaurant "J Alexander's" has amazing veggie burgers. I think this is a pretty accurate recipe:

2017-12-07 21:23:31 UTC  


2017-12-07 21:27:31 UTC  

Anybody here interested in BBQ?

2017-12-07 21:27:55 UTC  

BBQ is always good

2017-12-07 21:31:09 UTC  

@celticflame I've always been into it, but I ran a BBQ kitchen for a living for a couple years ( well, a few different ones ). Anyone wants pointers I'll be happy to provide my perspective.

2017-12-07 21:36:09 UTC  

Oh wow,very cool! There's actually quite a variety sometimes in it,it can surprise you. I think its good to enjoy the various perspectives & enjoyment it has to offer that most don't realize. Then again i enjoy a variety of foods. Also got spoiled when we visited my aunt & uncle's,they had a restaurant in France many years ago,so in occasion got to sample the goodies. Also got lucky since they helped do our small backyard wedding many years ago too.

2017-12-07 21:38:38 UTC  

The French pretty much created and perfected several cooking techniques. Some of the best food out there. Not to mention the wealth of information to and soil available there. Experts.

2017-12-07 21:40:12 UTC  

And yes the variety of philosphies about BBQ is insane. Probably the most contentious cooking community out there.

2017-12-07 21:41:23 UTC  

Yes quite true. My Aunt Monique makes the best dishes! They are lucky to have their own garden where they live up north now,so also enjoy those when we visit. Soooo true about the BBQ,insane variety alright.

2017-12-07 21:42:12 UTC  

Even inside the home states of each variety there is always argument about techniques, temperature, etc

2017-12-07 21:42:48 UTC  

You should just share some of your favorites at least. Oh yes,I've seen the videos,lol!

2017-12-07 21:43:28 UTC  

Being from Texas ,Brisket would be my #1. I enjoy all of them, though

2017-12-07 21:44:38 UTC  

Lol,well hey Texas,of coarse ya gotta share now! Some of Hubby's family from there too,gotta love em

2017-12-07 21:45:26 UTC  

Must share a few now,got my curiousity goinh

2017-12-07 21:46:59 UTC  

Ok, gotta step on to a conference call in a few minutes, but I'll post something in a bit

2017-12-07 21:47:18 UTC  

Awesome looking forward to it๐Ÿ˜Š

2017-12-07 21:47:30 UTC  


2017-12-07 23:45:12 UTC  

@celticflame , so firstly what type of equipment will you be using?

2017-12-07 23:51:27 UTC  

Homemade ingredients,spices. Sorry cant think right now. Thinking of others going through hard times right now & trying to figure out way i can help them

2017-12-07 23:52:34 UTC  

Kids grew up close with me,like more daughters to me

2017-12-07 23:52:50 UTC  

No worries. When you get around to it, i was referring more to charcoal grill/smoker, etc. recipe will vary depending on that.

2017-12-07 23:53:02 UTC  


2017-12-10 19:13:13 UTC  

If I use a rice cooker to make rice, can I just crack raw eggs in this with the rice to add eggs to it? Or should I scramble the eggs in a pan separately and add after the rice is cooked?

2017-12-10 19:13:52 UTC  

Oh I guess I have to add the eggs later. Because the water would make the eggs weird when it cooks up

2017-12-10 19:33:05 UTC  

idk how to do asian food guys

2017-12-11 03:29:10 UTC  
2017-12-13 06:05:16 UTC  

I was going to make 4 over hard eggs but one broke.

2017-12-13 06:05:18 UTC

2017-12-13 15:29:47 UTC  

Make 6 over easy!!!

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2017-12-14 04:02:06 UTC  

Nice. Not a lot of cooks in this thing, are there?

2017-12-14 04:02:17 UTC  

This chat is pretty quiet

2017-12-16 00:21:35 UTC

2017-12-16 00:22:08 UTC  

What I meant to send: Ribeyes overba strictly wood fire.

2017-12-16 01:39:44 UTC

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2017-12-16 01:43:12 UTC  

@Jbieszczat1031 Nice. What kind of wood? My favorite cooking medium

2017-12-16 01:51:03 UTC  

Hickory this time, next time I might try mesquite. @Deleted User