Z2H Kitchen

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  1. Sabo

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    Guys we talked about this the other day on AIM. About sharing some of our favorite cooking recipes and tailgating food etc. So for all you chefs lets see what ya got.
     
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  3. Joe_THEDREAM

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    Well...

    I take 5 LBS of LEAAAAAAAN Hamburger meat. Put in a bowl, then add two eggs, decent amount of garlic, some italian seasoning, and 1/2 bottle of A1 sauce. Mix it all up. Put it on low heat on the grill, rotate it around. MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
     
  4. ChaoticUT

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    Love the idea of this thread. Nothing is better than family & friends, cold beer, good food and some football on. Im all about trying new things but theres a few recipes that Ill always default back to....

    Tailgating:

    Santa Maria Tri Tip
    -Tri tip, salt, pepper, paprika, garlic & onion powder, rosemary, cayenne.. baste with dijon, red wine vinegar, olive oil

    Grandma's baked bean recipe
    -Navy beans, bacon, onions, molasses, brown sugar

    Grilled corn
    -Lime juice, butter, salt, pepper... finish with mayo and parm


    Date night:

    NY Steak w/ port wine sauce
    -Grilled steak... sauce made with onions, garlic, port wine, beef broth

    Smashed potatoes
    -Red potatoes, yukon gold, garlic, salt, pepper, sour cream, green onions

    Carrots in a cream sauce
    -Carrots, garlic, cream, cayenne


    Of course there is a couple more ingredients and steps but if anything is looking good just ask and I can give ya the whole recipe.
     
  5. Sabo

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    Damn guys thats some good stuff. Ill get into mine when i get off work. After reading those posts im getting hungry lol
     
  6. Fred Limbo

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    Simple Steak

    Take your favorite cut of steak and marinate it half and half with beer and dales in a ziplock bag in the fridge for about 2hours before u throw it on the grill. Cook it how you like it.
     
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    Breakfast Casserole

    1/2 loaf of french bread (a day old or two won't hurt)
    3/4 to 1 lb. cooked ham (the nicer the ham the better or you can substitute sausage or bacon) one dozen eggs
    4 cups milk
    1 tsp. dry mustard
    2 tsp. salt
    2 cups grated cheese ( I think a mixture of cheddar and Monterey Jack are best) Deep dish 9x13 pan

    Fry ham until slightly crisp and cut into bite size pieces. Spray casserole dish with Pam. Crumble bread and place in pan. Put ham in next. Put in 1 cup of cheese. Beat eggs, milk, salt and mustard together. Pour over layers. Put remaining cheese on top. Cover and refrigerated overnight. Bake at 350 for 40 minutes or until inserted knife comes clean.
     
  8. Joe_THEDREAM

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    Cooking this one up tonight... Will let you know how it goes!!




    Going to use light "I can't believe it's not butter" instead of actual butter. Also, instead of paprika, i'm going to use some light garlic, and 1 cup of flour instead of the cup and a half. Looks amazing.
     
  9. Sabo

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    I got an appartment so ive not been doing much cooking lately. In the summer time my upstairs apt gets pretty warm pretty quick and i like bein cool lol
     
  10. Joe_THEDREAM

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    Didn't turn out great. Going to try and bake the remainder tonight instead. Breading fell off everywhere.
     
  11. Sabo

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    Did u put it in the fridge after u breaded it ?
     
  12. Joe_THEDREAM

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    No... Instructions say throw it on right away.
     
  13. ChaoticUT

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    I know we got a couple guys from the South. Anyone got a good recipe for collard greens?
     
  14. Sabo

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    I sure dont know bro but im sure some other guys might
     
  15. uagrad90

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    Pass on the greens. I'm from the South but I just never could do the greens thing.
     
  16. Fred Limbo

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    I will have to get with my Granny she always cooked great greens....Wife cooks them using this recipe (kinda) its a good start.....

    http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/paula-deen/collard-greens-recipe/index.html

    Turns out very good I put white Vinegar in mine and eat them with corn bread.....not everyone likes the vinegar but I love it.
     
  17. ChaoticUT

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    Thanks Fred. At least someone on here has some southern in them!!
     

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