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Offline bluestreak

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Re: Food and How You Cook/Eat It (2020)
« Reply #200: June 18, 2020, 10:10:20 AM »
In any case, it was delicious. Here’s the recipe.

https://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/slow-roast-gochujang-chicken/amp

And here’s how it looked in my kitchen.


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Re: Food and How You Cook/Eat It (2020)
« Reply #201: June 18, 2020, 10:45:54 AM »
In any case, it was delicious. Here’s the recipe.

https://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/slow-roast-gochujang-chicken/amp

And here’s how it looked in my kitchen.

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That looks seriously delicious!

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Re: Food and How You Cook/Eat It (2020)
« Reply #202: Yesterday at 10:10:47 PM »
Ground my own burgers for the first time. 2 parts sirloin, 2 parts brisket, 1 part short rib, 1/2 part bacon. Easily the best burger I’ve ever made and one of the best burgers I’ve ever eaten. Highly recommend grinding your meat, I’m shocked how much of a difference it made. And it made me feel safer cooking it more rare.

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Re: Food and How You Cook/Eat It (2020)
« Reply #203: Yesterday at 10:38:06 PM »
Sounds really good.  Are meat grinders easy to get ?

Ground my own burgers for the first time. 2 parts sirloin, 2 parts brisket, 1 part short rib, 1/2 part bacon. Easily the best burger I’ve ever made and one of the best burgers I’ve ever eaten. Highly recommend grinding your meat, I’m shocked how much of a difference it made. And it made me feel safer cooking it more rare.

Offline bluestreak

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Re: Food and How You Cook/Eat It (2020)
« Reply #204: Yesterday at 10:40:48 PM »
Sounds really good.  Are meat grinders easy to get ?

You can get one for like 40 bucks. If you have a KitchenAid stand mixer it’s so easy to just use the meat grinder attachment.

Offline blue911

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Ground my own burgers for the first time. 2 parts sirloin, 2 parts brisket, 1 part short rib, 1/2 part bacon. Easily the best burger I’ve ever made and one of the best burgers I’ve ever eaten. Highly recommend grinding your meat, I’m shocked how much of a difference it made. And it made me feel safer cooking it more rare.

Do you dry age before grinding?

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Ground my own burgers for the first time. 2 parts sirloin, 2 parts brisket, 1 part short rib, 1/2 part bacon. Easily the best burger I’ve ever made and one of the best burgers I’ve ever eaten. Highly recommend grinding your meat, I’m shocked how much of a difference it made. And it made me feel safer cooking it more rare.

That sounds awesome- I’m surprised it’s safer to go rarer with the bacon in the grind (and the exterior of the cuts still there- I thought that was the reason you weren’t supposed to go rare on ground meat)