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Old 05-27-2007, 10:22 PM   #1
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Thumbs up pork loin roasts & white bread braids & bananas foster !

this didn't suck









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Old 05-27-2007, 11:12 PM   #2
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Is there a word in our lexicon that means "unsucks"?
You are correct, this did not "suck". It, from the pics, did the opposite. It un-sucked, big time.
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Old 05-27-2007, 11:13 PM   #3
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That is some of the unsuckiest food I've ever seen.
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Old 05-28-2007, 01:09 AM   #4
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Man, I love Bananas Foster, that looks great. Did you have the 'ol welding gloves on when you flashed the rum?

Hey Rick, have you gotten into the Calvados yet?? It's not just for in-between courses anymore .... and would go great with the Foster.
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Old 05-28-2007, 06:44 AM   #5
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That looks great. Want to know more about bananas foster.
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Old 05-28-2007, 07:27 AM   #6
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It all looks great. How lond did the pork loin take?

The wife loves Bananas Foster. If I told her that it can only be made properly on a Big Green Egg she would probably have one at my house by the end of the week.
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Old 05-28-2007, 09:32 AM   #7
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Man, I love Bananas Foster, that looks great. Did you have the 'ol welding gloves on when you flashed the rum?

Hey Rick, have you gotten into the Calvados yet?? It's not just for in-between courses anymore .... and would go great with the Foster.
hahahaha! now ya tell me about the welding gloves! each time i flambe', it's really exciting... last night i poured the two ounces of 151 rum in, and it started bubbling and sizzling, then POOF, flames shooting up and over and around the dome! i'm thinking "GASKET, THERMOMETER, AAAHHHHHRRGGGG, TAKE THE PHOTO!". heheh
i missed the photo. happens every time. i knew i should have had the neighbor come over and pour in the rum

i forgot about the calvados... i'll look for it this week. the neighbor brought over the bananas and rum for this dish. he just left the rum a little too early because most of it was gone by the time it was time to flambe'!
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That looks great. Want to know more about bananas foster.
hey thanks, mon!
i'm sure there's plenty of bananas foster recipes on the net, but the one i used last night was from mario batali in his NASCAR cookbook. mario says he learned this from emeril, so i figure it has to be good!

4 bananas, ripe, but not over ripe, sliced
1/2 stick butter
6 tablespoons brown sugar
1/2 teaspoon cinnamon
2 ounces 151 rum
vanilla ice cream

get everything (except the ice cream) together next to the grill because it goes fast.

heat a cast iron skillet over high heat till it smokes.

put butter in skillet and melt and start to brown.

add brown sugar & cinnamon and stir. it will form a caramel like sauce that bubbles and grows when you stop stirring.

add the bananas. stir to coat.

add the rum and STAND BACK!!

when the flames die down, toss the bananas to coat again. and cook about 2 minutes

spoon over ice cream.

lick the spoon and say "that is good, mon!"

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Old 05-28-2007, 10:12 AM   #9
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It all looks great. How lond did the pork loin take?

The wife loves Bananas Foster. If I told her that it can only be made properly on a Big Green Egg she would probably have one at my house by the end of the week.
hahahaha! it looks like 1:50 based on the time stamp on the pix... the setup was indirect with drip pan and apple and cherry for smoke @ about 280-300 degrees. i pulled them at 145 degrees internal.

you might not be able to see this in the other photo, but i cut the 4.5 pound loin into 4 pieces so there'd be 8 coveted end pieces!!

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Old 05-28-2007, 10:54 AM   #10
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hahahaha! now ya tell me about the welding gloves! each time i flambe', it's really exciting... last night i poured the two ounces of 151 rum in, and it started bubbling and sizzling, then POOF, flames shooting up and over and around the dome! i'm thinking "GASKET, THERMOMETER, AAAHHHHHRRGGGG, TAKE THE PHOTO!". heheh
i missed the photo. happens every time. i knew i should have had the neighbor come over and pour in the rum

i forgot about the calvados... i'll look for it this week. the neighbor brought over the bananas and rum for this dish. he just left the rum a little too early because most of it was gone by the time it was time to flambe'!
You missed the picture??? Damn. A cool move is to heat your rum then put it into a LONG handle spoon, like the kind that come with your wok, move the spoon over the skillet and light the rum. Then you pour a waterfall of flaming rum over the fruit. Hey, have someone else light the rum. This way you could have a spoon in one hand, camera in the other and get some photographs. Standing up wind is recommended.

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hey thanks, mon!
i'm sure there's plenty of bananas foster recipes on the net...

add brown sugar & cinnamon and stir. it will form a caramel like sauce that bubbles and grows when you stop stirring.

add the bananas. stir to coat.

add the rum and STAND BACK!! ...

After the caramelizing step and before adding the bananas, try adding a splash of banana liqueur it is a nice touch. Let it warm up a minute before adding the rum.
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Old 05-28-2007, 10:56 AM   #11
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It all looks great. How lond did the pork loin take?

The wife loves Bananas Foster. If I told her that it can only be made properly on a Big Green Egg she would probably have one at my house by the end of the week.
A man has to do what a man has to do....
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Is there a word in our lexicon that means "unsucks"?
You are correct, this did not "suck". It, from the pics, did the opposite. It un-sucked, big time.
Yep, definetley unsucks Between Thirdeye and you, your killing me. Ya'll should be doing cover's for food mags!!!!
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Damn, that stuff looks great!
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