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CWSooner

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Doing filet tonight. Wondering if I should seat in the car iron then finish in the oven rather than doing them on the grill...
Some autocorrect you've got there, Bwarb.
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Some autocorrect you've got there, Bwarb.
Wow, and that was before drinking, too!

But yeah, I did end up STARTING them in the CAST iron before finishing in the oven. It worked out well. 

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Wow, and that was before drinking, too!

But yeah, I did end up STARTING them in the CAST iron before finishing in the oven. It worked out well.
That's not how I interpreted it!  :86:
I thought you were going to SEAR them in the cast iron.
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Wow I'm off this weekend. 

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I wonder if Utee makes these.

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betarhoalphadelta

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I wonder if Utee makes these.

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I've made those a few times. They're very good. 

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I wonder if Utee makes these.

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Indeed I do.  But around here we just call them stuffed jalapenos, or sometimes jalapeno poppers.


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My wife sent me a meme off Facebook that I was unable to find replicated on the www.  It was from a proudly Texas page, and it went something like this.

"Everybody's worried about the Murder Hornet.  Texans be asking what they'll taste like stuffed inside a jalapeno."
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heheh, sounds about right.  The more rural folks around here will eat just about anything, but I think that's true in many regions.

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jalapeno poppers around here

these are not atomic - if made with habaneros they might be 
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Yeah they're very mild when made with jalapeno, but have great flavor.

Habaneros are so small you wouldn't be able to stuff them with much.

You could probably butterfly a serrano and get something worthwhile out of it.

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Habaneros are so small you wouldn't be able to stuff them with much.

the cheese stuffing is OK, but IMO it's the pepper wrapped in bacon that is the big deal
but then anything wrapped in bacon and smoked is a big deal
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A lazy man's adobo chicken. I occasionally get the cans of chipotles in adobo sauce, though most recipes will call for just a small portion and I end up throwing the rest away. I had a couple boneless chicken breasts left over from making chicken strips, so I just threw them in a Ziploc bag with the whole can of chiles. After a couple days I remembered they were in there, so I sauteed some onion, garlic, and tomato in olive oil then added the whole contents of the bag along with a can of tomato sauce, chili powder, cumin, and salt and pepper.  Let it summer until about 155 then took it off and shredded the chicken.

Some cheese, chicken, but of the sauce, and some sour cream - that's a good taco

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I do something similar, with the sauce. I always puree it first, and then use it for the marinade, along with a little vinegar and salt. Works well on any meat, actually.
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