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    any cooks out there? share a pic.

    I find myself in the kitchen a lot. trying to eat healthy and stay in shape. close to 60 these days so I do try to watch what I eat. I still love my pasta though. the $$$ I spend on the kitchen tools seems to be catching up with the $$$ I spend on bikes. who cooks for them self?
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    This was my last supper…

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    Kidding…I'm not in that pic.

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    Yes, I do most of the cooking for my wife and two daughters. My taste runs a bit hardier than that of the women but I manage.
    Yesterday was an all-grill affair. Grilled wild salmon on top of grilled vegetables with grilled red potatoes. With a cold greek yogurt dill sauce and an arugula, avocado pine nuts salad. A New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc went well with that. The other nice thing about grilling is that clean-up is quick.
    Did 25 miles and 2600' of climbing before cooking. Enough to justify a hearty meal but not so much that I felt too knackered to enjoy cooking. Life's good.

    I was too busy eating to take pictures...

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    Sure. It's what I do for a living,



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    I cook, but usually don't bother making it look pretty enough to take pictures of!

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    that's what I thought this post was about! nice!

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    Re: any cooks out there? share a pic.

    Oven baked ribs (no bbq in my apartment) and asparagus

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    My gf lives with me and doesn't know how to cook so I do all the cooking. I live in an apt so I can't bbq, but i have gotten into iron lately. Our pots and pans are looking a little rough, they were probably mid range, but being used everyday has taken its toll. So I started buying iron pans to replace them and it made a huge difference. I'm totally converted.

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    I've been thinking about at least an iron skillet

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    I bought a double burner ribbed skillet for larger steaks, and then figured I'd need a single burner one for burgers.. I haven't gotten flat pans yet, I still use a big steel wok for my vegetables and whatnot, but i could see myself getting one. The heat distribution is so much better with iron. The tfal pans are collecting dust now. I only use the pots for boiling water.

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    I watch too much food network...came up with this after Eat The Street. tasty
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    During my annual grouse hunting trip to the North Maine Woods with my buddies I'm the camp cook. No complaints and haven't lost anyone yet.
    I do some of the cooking around the house because I get home earlier than my wife. But I really enjoy it when she's cooking, in an earlier part of her life she was a classically trained French chef, she's even cooked for the Queen of England (she hates it when I tell that to people!).
    I've definitely gained weight since we met!
    Hold my beer and watch this!

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    Cast Iron is the way to go. Look for good old stuff at swap meets. Got some Wagners and other old cast iron. You can clean them in a fire to get the old soot off (works great)
    then re-season the heck out of them. Mine are almost like non stick at this point

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    My favorite cast iron pan is a 10" Griswald (try to tell someone you've got a 10" Griswald and see what kind of reaction you get!) that I found all rusty-crusty in the trash. A little sand paper and a wire brush, as good as new!
    Hold my beer and watch this!

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    Griswald is great stuff. Passed up a 12" for $15 for some stupid reason

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