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I was thinking the same thing! I’m actually about to hop down to FL for a few days… Was thinking I should ask you (@PHREDDY) if there’s any birria down there that I should try!


Safe travels Curlz!!


PHREDDY! It’s so nice to hear from you again. Glad to hear that things are going well as can be expected given a global pandemic. Hope to hear from you more often.

Have a good time, and be safe!

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This doesn’t seem fishy at all

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Mrs. P made fried soft shell crab. Details and pictures are in the main WFD thread below.


Angus sirloin, aji panca marinated thighs, Gulf shrimp, jalapeno, corn.


I am loving that molten mass of charcoal!!

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Always loved the colors, and flavors, of the charcoal. Up there with cream drizzled into iced coffee for favorite food shots.
And a huge shout out to the Weber Smokey Joe. Great grill.

Very nice meal. Been drinking Victory Golden Monkey lately. At 9.5% ABV, I only need a couple of them at a time. What type of lump charcoal are you using? I’ve been using Cowboy lately, but always open to other brands.

Mrs. P made a delicious black angus burger purchased from Pete’s Meats and Grill in Wayne. Details and pictures are in the main WFD link below.


Absolutely exceptional.

And the orchids ! Incredible …

Mrs. P made another awesome filet mignon dinner. Details and pictures are in the main WFD thread below.


Mrs. P made andouille sausage pizza and guacamole which we enjoyed alfresco on the deck on a beautiful evening. Pictures are in the main WFD link below.


I just get whatever is at Shoprite or Lowes/Depot. Do notice a big difference compared to briquettes.

Sometimes life throws you curveballs. In this instance it is meat curveballs. My new position requires me to try out different cuts and types of meat.
I was given some Iberico pork cuts, Albanico Fan which was steak-like, and Secreto cut from the belly which was more fatty. Also some wild boar and Wagyu jalapeno cheddar sausages. Added in some gochujang marinade chicken thighs, salsa accompaniments and a few Sapphire and tonics which all made me very satisfied.
Cannot get enough of simply sliced jalapenos and garlic with SP, oregano, oil and bit of red wine vinegar. Addicting stuff I first had at a now defunct mission-style burrito place in Denver. Try it.


Tough gig @KAOSKitchen! And beautiful plate of food!


Will not let it get lost on me @Lambchop …and thanks!


Congrats on the new role. Best of luck

Thank you. Went from vegan bakery to the meat business. Go figure.

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Making noodles. Phongdien Town, Cantho City, Southern Vietnam.
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