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Post Tue May 21, 2013 8:57 pm
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Last night I grilled up some kabobs. I marinated a flat iron steak in a spicy mango marinade, grilled some green/yellow/red bell peppers, onions & pineapple chunks. Unlike most people, when I do kabobs I grill each like item together. This allows me to grill each item to the correct done-ness. I've found that if you try to mix it up on the kabobs that you end up over-grilling or under-grilling one thing or another so I grill them separate with better results. Anyhow, I only got one shot of the finished kabobs.

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While eating the kabobs and looking at all of the leftovers, it came to me that I had all of the perfect ingredients for omelettes so I knew what we were going to have for supper tonight. Mrs Tex is the omelette-cooking queen, so she took over the cooking this evening.

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How about a little Sucklebusters Gunpowder to kick up the intensity a notch
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Topped with some Texas Heat....Why not? :thumbup:
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tex 8)
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Post Tue May 21, 2013 9:08 pm
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Tex,

A true work of art! It looks delicious. Looks like you have perfected the omelet. I love when you can use leftovers to create another meal.
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Post Wed May 22, 2013 2:42 am
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Get in my belly now!!! Fabulous looking eats, Toby! How about that?-- I kabob just like you (and Cindi Lauper "She Bob" :lol: ) Like items on the same skewer. :D :thumbup:
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Post Wed May 22, 2013 7:45 am
QJuju well done
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tex_toby wrote:
Unlike most people, when I do kabobs I grill each like item together. This allows me to grill each item to the correct done-ness. I've found that if you try to mix it up on the kabobs that you end up over-grilling or under-grilling one thing or another so I grill them separate with better results.


That's a great tip and I totally agree!

First, the kabobs looked delicious and second, that omelette had to be super flavorful. You know I am so shigging this idea for my omelettes this weekend! :D I will be giving you credit though, the Tex_Toby omelette is on the way.
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Post Wed May 22, 2013 8:07 am
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Fantastic looking 'bobs and omelette. We also seperate our items out onto different skewers for the same reason.

I've got some of that gunpowder. I need to break it out and try it. I've been a bit intimidated by it.

Post Wed May 22, 2013 10:50 am
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Great looking kabobs, tex!

sroach wrote:
Tex,

I true work of art! It looks delicious. Looks like you have perfected the omelet. I love when you can use leftovers to create another meal.


Most of my meals are like that. I usually cook enough for a couple of meals, which is why I like to get it right the first time - it makes better lunches. :D
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Post Thu May 23, 2013 7:48 am
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Me too CBG,

It's funny when you start thinking OK, pork loin tonight, pork fried rice tuesday night, Brisket Sunday night, Chili Monday night. it's all about the next step.
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Post Thu May 23, 2013 9:02 am
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tex_toby wrote:
Unlike most people, when I do kabobs I grill each like item together. This allows me to grill each item to the correct done-ness.
It also makes picky eaters like me very happy when we can take only what we like! :lol:

Post Fri May 24, 2013 12:06 pm
Dyal_SC well done
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Outstanding! You Texas people seem to know your way around a grill. :)
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