Anything food

SSGrower

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The ability of stoners to produce delicious items to place in your pie hole is without question. Pictures, recipies, history, local fare, regional cousine, hell even seafood. What is your experience with this? Why is it important to you?


Right now I am on a diet to see if I have food sensitivities. I was already dairy free for a couple months and beef free for a month before starting. 2.5 weeks in and I am beginning to feel better.

I struggle with healthy eating and want to gain weight. I just want to enjoy good food.

Here is one of the dinners
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Very bland compared to the slow cooker chicken tacos scheduled for tomorrow night will post those for sure.

I miss cheese.


Anyway post up your food stories for us to enjoy!
 

Bodean

In Bloom
Stoner Munching
chili cheese 🧀 dip.
1 can of skyline or Cinci style chili
2 packs cream cheese
2 bags shredded cheddar or whatever cheese you prefer.
Chopped tomatoes or jalapeños if desired.
Chips or I prefer pretzels to dip with.
Take a rectangular size dish or cake pan and spread the cream cheese to cover the bottom. Heat chili and spread over top. Cover with shredded cheese.
Heat in oven on broil to melt top cheese. Remove and apply tomatoes and jalapeños if desired.
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Jewels

Tilts at Tables
I struggle with healthy eating and want to gain weight. I just want to enjoy good food.
Here here. @SSGrower have you ever read about diet by blood-type?
My older bro swears by it.

I have always been a bean pole.
When I was 7 my mom took me to the doctor because of my 'chicken ribs' . Never been able to put on weight. Not usually an issue, however if I take really ill: I can drop %20 of my body weight in a hurry.
I try to make healthy choices. The Missus wont touch beef, I do a lot of vegetarian cooking. If I could source it, I'd eat the Moose everday. My ultimate food adventure would involve driving up North with a suitcase full of weed, and trading it for a freezer full of Moose and tax free tobacco.

I aim for proteins and healthy fats. My Ma's free range chickens eggs have yolks darker than mustard.
I think the caffeine and nicotine harm my appetite. Never smoked any weed that made me feel hungry.
Anywho,, on with the show.

Open fire
Double boiler with pie tin.
Browned by panfry afterward.
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Chicken breast
Asparagus
Bacon
Stinky cheese
Frying pan stolen from Greek restaurant in '95
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Here here. @SSGrower have you ever read about diet by blood-type?
My older bro swears by it.

I have always been a bean pole.
When I was 7 my mom took me to the doctor because of my 'chicken ribs' . Never been able to put on weight. Not usually an issue, however if I take really ill: I can drop %20 of my body weight in a hurry.
I try to make healthy choices. The Missus wont touch beef, I do a lot of vegetarian cooking. If I could source it, I'd eat the Moose everday. My ultimate food adventure would involve driving up North with a suitcase full of weed, and trading it for a freezer full of Moose and tax free tobacco.

I aim for proteins and healthy fats. My Ma's free range chickens eggs have yolks darker than mustard.
I think the caffeine and nicotine harm my appetite. Never smoked any weed that made me feel hungry.
Anywho,, on with the show.

Open fire
Double boiler with pie tin.
Browned by panfry afterward.
View attachment 22174
Chicken breast
Asparagus
Bacon
Stinky cheese
Frying pan stolen from Greek restaurant in '95
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We are very similar! I'm glad to hear you still have your mom around. Good shit! Enjoy your dinner big bro!

There is a place on florida called munchies. Its a stoner restaurant it open at 420pm and closes 420am
Great food. Just everything feied on one sandwich. Massive stoner concoctions!!
 

SSGrower

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Here here. @SSGrower have you ever read about diet by blood-type?
My older bro swears by it.

I have always been a bean pole.
When I was 7 my mom took me to the doctor because of my 'chicken ribs' . Never been able to put on weight. Not usually an issue, however if I take really ill: I can drop %20 of my body weight in a hurry.
I try to make healthy choices. The Missus wont touch beef, I do a lot of vegetarian cooking. If I could source it, I'd eat the Moose everday. My ultimate food adventure would involve driving up North with a suitcase full of weed, and trading it for a freezer full of Moose and tax free tobacco.

I aim for proteins and healthy fats. My Ma's free range chickens eggs have yolks darker than mustard.
I think the caffeine and nicotine harm my appetite. Never smoked any weed that made me feel hungry.
Anywho,, on with the show.

Open fire
Double boiler with pie tin.
Browned by panfry afterward.
View attachment 22174
Chicken breast
Asparagus
Bacon
Stinky cheese
Frying pan stolen from Greek restaurant in '95
View attachment 22175
Brother @Jewels as there appear more than one stinky cheese
a bit of education is needed.

I have heard of the blood type diet but have not investigated, I will have to go donate blood ore something to find my type lol (bad in an apocalypse). One reason I am trying this diet to be sure I don't have non ciliacs gluten sensitivity. The next route for me after this diet if it doesn't result in anything after the reintroduction phase is a sleep apnea study.

I assume the eggsells make it to your compost. Don't make me repost my cake recipe, I think vanilla is the only ingredient I am currently allowed, lol. Oh and salt and baking soda.

We are very similar! I'm glad to hear you still have your mom around. Good shit! Enjoy your dinner big bro!

There is a place on florida called munchies. Its a stoner restaurant it open at 420pm and closes 420am
Great food. Just everything feied on one sandwich. Massive stoner concoctions!!
Awesome!

Dairy Free Elvis Presley -

Mayonaise instead of butter for toasting (see if they will do that!)
Peanunt Butter, banana, honey on sourdough.
Toasted.


Oh shit I was doing healthy.

Chicken tacos
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Do thighs it is delicious.
 

SSGrower

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Good thread @SSGrower. Thinking a FOOD section should happen here. If I put one up, are you ok w me moving it there? Would have reg food and cannabis infused cuisine as sub-sections.
Sounds good. Maybe split out for appliances/methods like the foodi for processing material for edibles? Then tinctures and whatnot for beverages. IDK if you want to organize the random shit that falls outa my head you're more than welcome to do it, no need to ask permission.
 

SSGrower

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Thread moved to the new section/forum "Regular" (non-cannabis infused) food.
Thanks spy. Maybe slide the whats for dinner thread in here too?
I was over on another site and there's a thread just like this that I've found some entertainment in. Thought it would be cool to have one over here.....

So today was my wife's bday and with cases of covid blowing up around us we decided we weren't going anywhere to celebrate. I let her pick what she wanted me to make and she chose elk steak, homemade mac n cheese, and salad. Some tomato and avocado bites to go with the steak and it was a pretty tasty meal.

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Phylex

GK Genetics
Staff member
I've been on the fence about sharing a secret marinade I use for Tri-Tip. It's been held close for a couple of decades now. But since I'm not entering any cook offs or starting a marinade line, I figured what the hell, might as well share it if anyone wants to try it. I'm sure it could be used to marinade just about any meat.

It's pretty simple.

1. Equal parts Soy Sauce and 'Wishbone Brand' Balsamic Vinaigrette
Usually for one Tri-Tip I'll use 2 cups soy sauce and 2 cups balsamic vinaigrette

2. Sliced red onion

3. Fresh minced garlic

4. Dry Italian seasoning

Throw everything in a zip lock with the meat, and let marinate for 48hrs. Then cook to your liking and enjoy.
If anyone tries it, let me know what you think. 👊
 

Phylex

GK Genetics
Staff member
@Phylex so I jist had tri-tip for the first time a couple nights ago... a friend actually bought it by accident... but it was delicious! Its not a common cut where I am because it all gets hacked up into steak tips in my neck of the woods. Im gonna track one down and try tour marinade, it sounds fantastic!

Tri-tip is one of my favorite cuts and the one I cook the most often. I believe I remember hearing years ago, tri-tip is more of a west coast thing and it isn’t very popular and or known Midwest and out East. I was told in that same conversation that Brisket is the closest comparison to tri-tip and that’s what I could expect to find when traveling the Midwest and back East.

I’d love to hear your thoughts if or when you try it.
 

Gentlemancorpse

Cannabis Chaotician
Tri-tip is one of my favorite cuts and the one I cook the most often. I believe I remember hearing years ago, tri-tip is more of a west coast thing and it isn’t very popular and or known Midwest and out East. I was told in that same conversation that Brisket is the closest comparison to tri-tip and that’s what I could expect to find when traveling the Midwest and back East.

I’d love to hear your thoughts if or when you try it.

Thats interesting... the tri-tip I had the other day was somewhere in between a steak and roast to me... I loved it and definitely want to try it again, I just gotta find a butcher around here that carries it... and if I want my wife to eat it it has to be local and grass-fed haha

I didn't really think it was that much like brisket, which I eat a ton of. Brisket has so much connective tissue it has to be cooked real low and slow otherwise its like shoe leather... tri-tip was closer to what we call steak tips in New England. I think its the same cut but our tips are small and usually heavily marinaded so they don't have the strong beef flavor the tri tip had...

Man I'm so hungry now haha
 

spyralout

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Staff member
Tri-Tip is one of the best cuts ever. I think it beats out brisket by a long shot, which seems to be more fatty (non-west coast folks can crucify me here lol). I've had some damn good brisket in a genuine pit bbq near Dallas that weighs it out by the pound and slaps it on a cafeteria tray, but Tri-Tip wins hands down IMO.

Good stuff @Phylex, will have to try that some time.
 

SSGrower

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Brother @Jewels as there appear more than one stinky cheese
a bit of education is needed.

I have heard of the blood type diet but have not investigated, I will have to go donate blood ore something to find my type lol (bad in an apocalypse). One reason I am trying this diet to be sure I don't have non ciliacs gluten sensitivity. The next route for me after this diet if it doesn't result in anything after the reintroduction phase is a sleep apnea study.

I assume the eggsells make it to your compost. Don't make me repost my cake recipe, I think vanilla is the only ingredient I am currently allowed, lol. Oh and salt and baking soda.


Awesome!

Dairy Free Elvis Presley -

Mayonaise instead of butter for toasting (see if they will do that!)
Peanunt Butter, banana, honey on sourdough.
Toasted.


Oh shit I was doing healthy.

Chicken tacos
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Do thighs it is delicious.
Leftovers with imitation cocunut sour cream -
Put a can of coconut milk in the fridge 24hr to solidify top layer take that fat layer melt it down over very low heat and warm to 97F, add a probiotic powder 1/2 tsp. Pour to clean jar and cover with cheescloth or muslin, leave out for 24-48 hrs stir in salt to taste replace lid and store in fridge .
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Flavor is there texture not so much lol.
 

Jewels

Tilts at Tables
Harvest from gramps garden. Been a full month since I had an onion. Guarantee those ones are safe.
There is a county in S Alberta that gets more sunlight than any other in the nation. That is where Taber Corn comes from and 80% of Canadas catnip supply.
,,, and tonights dinner
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