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Old 19 Hours Ago   #9661
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In the fridge there is almost 5 pounds of chicken breasts of what to do with it. It cost almost $5 for 4 meals, and I'm still looking at it as what to do with it. I have seasonings, but...
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Fried chicken fingers Salt.

I'm gonna hate myself later but I decided to make tamales out of at least part of the one of the pork roasts.

Not today though, 'I'm just cooking the butt roast in one of my bigger cast iron dutch ovens.
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Max, that bread looks good enough to eat!!!!

Salt, here's an idea for that chicken.
Grab a pack of ramen and doctor it up.


I smoked a chuck roast yesterday just to slice thin and use in ramen then added scallion, dried garlic and Thai basil.


It was good to the last slurp!!
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Looks good.
Here is my tamale making station under construction.
Heading back to the store to get fresh masa not the dried masa.
Also the chili sauce I made.
It is mostly chili arbol with some ancho cumin salt one half large onion garlic powder.
Cooked with water blended and strained.
Corn husks have been simmering for hours.
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I see you have a trowel too, it saves time for sure!!!
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Went back to the spoon yet to master the tamale trowel.
Spoon expert.
The pictures coming soon will show the process and a helpful trick.
Coins in the bottom of the kettle that rattle as long as there it water in the steamer.
I made three different kinds dont know which ones are what and don't care.
All are pork some mild some a little more hot and the fermented ghost pepper sauce ones.

These things are huge.
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Here are some pictures.
Used the fat and juices from pork roast to mix in the fresh masa.
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