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CZLoco

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I cooked this for 10-11 minutes at 400 degrees in my air fryer tonight.
First, I sprayed it with aerosol avocado oil.
Then, I sprinkled a generous dose of garlic powder.
Then added a sprinkle of chives.

It was ama.zing.

Now, I just need to learn how to make these for myself so I don't have to spend $10 a meal.

Low carb, high fat :up:
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I cooked this for 10-11 minutes at 400 degrees in my air fryer tonight.
First, I sprayed it with aerosol avocado oil.
Then, I sprinkled a generous dose of garlic powder.
Then added a sprinkle of chives.

It was ama.zing.

Now, I just need to learn how to make these for myself so I don't have to spend $10 a meal.

Low carb, high fat :up:
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Super easy to make.

My sister and I make them when we have visiting family.
Sans cream cheese for me.
Bacon wrapped sweet onion rings are pretty easy as well and very delicious.

Most of the time we partially bake the bacon before wrapping it round.
Both baked in gas oven on convection.
 

CZLoco

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Just made my first ever quiche.
A low-carb friendly "crustless" version.

I substituted the milk in this recipe for just more half'n'half.
And I'm out of bacon so I used sausage instead.
And added some sliced up jalapeno to kick it up a notch!

It does not suck. Matter of fact, it's pretty darn decent!
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The cooking pan was like 1/2" too large for my air fryer so I used the convection oven.
Gotta get a smaller cooking pan now. MUCH smaller because this is way too much food even though I cut down the recipe portions by 75%.
 

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Wife and I had an incredibly interesting cocktail on the weekend.
One of the ingredients was Tonka Bean.

I did a little research and come to find out it has been banned in the USA since 1954.
Its possibly the most interesting flavor Ive experienced in as long as I can remember.
I made a simple syrup with 2 beans and tonight im going to see if I can recreate the cocktail

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Wait wait wait....wasabi on steak?
Dammit now I have to know.
We usually just stand around like heathens when the tri tip is getting sliced up and eat it in little bites right off the cutting board. Take the juice and put it in a little bowl. Squeeze some wasabi in there to taste and the dip the slices. Beef sushi!🙂
 
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We usually just stand around like heathens when the tri tip is getting sliced up and eat it in little bites right off the cutting board. Take the juice and put it in a little bowl. Squeeze some wasabi in there to taste and the dip the slices. Beef sushi!🙂
We stood over the cutting board last night. Happens often at our place.

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I'll admit the Webber is leaps and bounds better then my old Kenmore 4 burner. The Kenmore can get way hotter but the flare up protection is dead on..

Not going to ruin good steaks with today's prices so I did a London Broil..

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Then did a few Chicken thighs that came out fantastic.

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Follow OwtK9 on Instagram to laugh at my videos I started making .
 
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A little birthday celebration for a good friend.

I learned I should only go to a all you can eat sushi joint. The food was great but I need about twenty more of these.

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Sushi always leaves me hungry. In Vegas a while back, I ate at Ra on the Strip, then walked out and went directly next door, to some Spanish restaurant and had a bunch of tapas. Fast forward a year. Same thing, but this time I made it down to Strip Burger, and consumed some massive, messy burger between the burger place and Trump hotel where I was staying. If you order sushi, also order teriyaki, or some other protein, so you feel full.

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Two from Nova Scotia, two from Maine, and two from Chesapeake Bay. Wish I could say each was unique. They weren't, but they were very good.

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You really got a wonder what the first guy to eat one of those was thinking. Because we know it wasn’t “oh that looks tasty“. Looks like something someone just hacked up.
 
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You really got a wonder what the first guy to eat one of those was thinking. Because we know it wasn’t “oh that looks tasty“. Looks like something someone just hacked up.
He was probably starving, watched an otter crack one open, and decided it's better than nothing.

S.C.
 
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