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Unread 08-20-2013, 12:52 PM   #1
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Default Padawan's Picanha with bean dish

Saterday i made some bean dish and roasted chickpeas with a Picanha














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that looks outstanding! that's not the first time I've seen avocado on the kettle indirect...does it change the flavor/texture at all? I've only eaten them raw and in guacamole.
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Were they fresh chickpeas, dried, or canned?
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That looks amazing! I am really interested in how you prepared and treated the garbanzo beans.
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that looks outstanding! that's not the first time I've seen avocado on the kettle indirect...does it change the flavor/texture at all? I've only eaten them raw and in guacamole.
Yes. For the better in some ways. You simply must try it. I love them with a sprinkle of salt and lime juice and eat them with a spoon just as if the rind was a bowl.
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That picanha looks fantastic!
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Lookin mighty fine!
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Yes. For the better in some ways. You simply must try it. I love them with a sprinkle of salt and lime juice and eat them with a spoon just as if the rind was a bowl.
It's on my 'to do' list
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Great looking feast, I am too interested in the Avocado, I will be trying them
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It all looks delicious Padawan!
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Great lookin' vittles!
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I really enjoy grilled avocados. I cut them into bite size pieces and toss them in a caprese salad with cherry tomatoes.

That meal looks great!
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Very nice Padawan! It all looks great. I have never cooked avocados as I love them without any cooking. I will try it though as I'm sure they soften up a bit and take in a little smoke. Everything looks awesome!
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Were they fresh chickpeas, dried, or canned?
Canned :)
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