M*CARBO Brotherhood

M*CARBO DINER: What’s For Eats?


#1

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Let’s eat Brothers! I know you all can cook (or your wives can!) Post your favorite dishes and recipes here. All you hunters, trappers and fresh road kill specialists, let’s see and hear all the great things you do with a sudden windfall of a couple hundred pounds of meat. Pics please!!

Also any great dives, cop shops, donut shops you go to!:yum:

(This thread combines two food threads begun by @CatFood and @Johnksg)


#2

Well as the title says, what are you all having for dinner? Have good recipes post them up! Tasty restaurants, hole in the wall places that are good post them up!

Tonight for me I’m having Ajisen Ramen, its really tasty and good. Off of colima and Fullerton in Roland heights. Having Ajisen Ramen with caramel milk tea with bobs.


#3

Didnt take a pic but had homemade chicken noodle soup tonight based off a chicken i rotisserie cooked on the grill mid week.
Whenever i cook a rotisserie chicken we have mashed taters and gravy with corn and homemade bread. Then stick whats left in a pot to do the chicken soup with a few days later


#4

@d.kaufman2154 that sounds really tasty!


#5

I make jambalaya in the crockpot. Chicken, spicy sausage, shrimp, tomatoes, garlic, onion, peppers, salt, black pepper, cayenne, habaneros, rice, etc. super spicy. Cook for 6 hours throw in shrimp and rice last half hour. Perfecf.


#6

Sounds good… Minus the shrimp for me. Not a seafood fan at all but do love a good jambalaya. Love me some andouille sausage in my jambalaya


#7

@d.kaufman2154 I don’t use andouille sausage I use hot sausage from hill shire farms


#8

I forgive you…lol. Any type of spicy sausage would do for me


#9

Ribeye steak for me in aus just it all sounds tasty any chance of getting recipe kona


#10

Shrimp Creole

2/3 cups oil
½ cup flour
2 cups onions chopped
1 cup green pepper chopped
1 cup celery chopped
1 16 oz. tomato sauce
2 lbs. cleaned shrimp (or 3 lbs.)
2 teaspoons salt
½ teaspoon black pepper
1 teaspoon cayenne pepper
¼ cup water
2 tablespoons green onions chopped
hot cooked rice

Make a roux with the oil and flour. (Get oil hot, but not too hot, then slowly add the flour stirring constantly. The mixture will slowly turn into a semi-thick, dark brown substance. If it starts to smoke, your fire is too hot.)

Add onions, green pepper, and celery. Cook slowly until onions are translucent, stirring often, about 8-10 minutes. Add tomato sauce and cook uncovered over low heat for 20 minutes. Add shrimp, salt, black and red pepper. If mixture becomes dry add ¼ to ½ cup water. Cook 10 to 15 minutes longer or until shrimp turn pink. When ready to serve, stir in green onions. Serve over rice.


#11

I used to date a girl from New Orleans, lol. :sunglasses:


#12

She taught me stuff! I’m posting the stuff I can talk about. :grin:


#13

Damn in getting hungry all over again!


#14

@Craig75

Salt, pepper, garlic habanero seasoning, cayenne pepper, can of hunts diced tomatoes with celery onion and green peppers, 3 habaneros chopped up, can of chicken broth, chicken cut up into little chunks, smoked hot sausage cut into little slices, extra small peeled de-veined shrimp, 2 bags of steamed rice. Throw everything in the crockpot, stir it up and cook on high for 6 hours. With 30 min left throw in the shrimp and steamed rice and stir it up. Voila!


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#16

@Kona that looks darn tasty! Minus the shrimp, not a seafood fan though.


#17

I have recipes for killing cows and pigs and turkeys and chickens, lol.

I wouldn’t make it as a vegan.


#18

Grilled Shawarma Chicken, which I slice into strips, serve over jasmine rice and stir fry veggie mix of onions, red bell pepper, mushrooms n zucchini (sometimes grilled but not today). Optional toppings: hummus, olive tapenade, fresh pico de gallo. I build mine on pita bread or flour tortilla, eat it down til I can wrap it. Stoopid good🤪


#19

Yum yum yum!

I have to keep typing because too few words aren’t allowed on the forum.


#20

I’m hungry now after seeing that!