What did you have for dinner?

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Smoked a 3# pork loin. Left far cap on and made my own rub with
Oregano, cumin, thyme, paprika, garlic, ancho, smoked onion powder, salt and brown sugar. Smoked using snake method and cherrywood for about 3 hours, with apple cider underneath. Came out amazingly delicious and juicy! Slapped some.onnfloue tortillas; didn't need anything else! I also smoked some mushrooms to snack on. Good!!!
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Duck breast, scored and salted, then low and slow from a cold start on a cast iron griddle. Ended up going a bit too long overall, was not perfect, but tasty.

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I had planned on serving it over a bed of sauteed baby bok choy, but it seems the bok choy I bought the other day has disappeared from the fridge. Hmmm, will have to ask my wife about that. I did have a few leftover small red potatoes that had been boiled with garlic and rosemary, so I sliced them and fried in the duck fat. Potatoes fried in duck fat, wondering how that will work out.

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I had okra, tomatoes and corn leftover so I made some jasmine rice then made fried chicken. My wife got split chicken for .99/lb. the other day and they were packaged two chickens - for $5.45!!! I figured WTH and cut a half up into pieces. I didn't have buttermilk, so I doused them in Greek yogurt mixed with a little water and hot sauce, salt, pepper, roasted garlic powder and smoked paprika. After a good soak they went into seasoned AP flower then a nap on a rack for 1/2 an hour. Show time - into canola oil @ just over 375 F. then upped the heat to keep them at 350 till done. Served with veg over rice, warm honey and more hot sauce - fantastic. If I had more time I would have made biscuits, but another time maybe. boy was that good - crispy, crunchy, sweet and spicy - they best fried chicken I've had since Savannah many years ago.

 
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Welp, the bird came out a bit too dark but the meat itself is very good. I created to much smoke at the beginning so it turned dark before it was done inside. Had to finish in the oven. Oh well. Decided to make tortillas while the chicken was resting. At least those came out perfectly!
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A classic "five and dime" favorite - grilled cheese with dill pickle and chips. Hearty peasant bread loaded with five cheeses - 4yr. aged cheddar, 3yr. aged gouda, sheep's milk pecorino, imported swiss and a layer of American (must have for any grilled cheese IMHO). Two layers of cheese, genoa salami, roasted red pepper, Polish ham, and two more layers of cheese. Into a buttered pan with lid on low, turn and finish. Served with red white and blue potato chips and a nice Polish dill. Ok I never got that an a five and dime, but my tastes have evolved since those days - LOL.

 
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"What cut of meat is country style pork ribs?
Country-style ribs are cut from the blade end of the loin close to the pork shoulder. They are meatier than other rib cuts. They contain no rib bones, but instead contain parts of the shoulder blade (scapula)."

It seems like it used to be that the most common retail packs of country style ribs were bone in, these days mostly boneless.

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