love to hunt and cook.
in and out....
My stepdad's cheese stuffed charcoaled burgers.
A buttery toasted bun, pickles, fresh tomato, onion, mustard, american cheese, and a fat crusty juicy patty seasoned with sea salt, cracked pepper, and worchestershire.
My favorite Mexican place does a 1/3 pound patty well seasoned on a torta bun with thin sliced grilled jamon, lettuce, queso fresco, avacado chunks, and sliced grilled weenies....oh so good.
In my humble opinon a good quality truffle oil used sparingly in vegetable dishes or to flavor homemade mayo is wonderful. I could see that used too heavily it would detract from a dishes taste.
bacon...home cured with habenero
I use some hosin, oyster, and fish sauce with some chinese cooking wine.
steamed pork buns
There is all sorts of different ones from chain type to bistro all in a pretty small area just off I-40. Cattleman's is also right off the highway.
since you're going down I-40 stop in OKC proper and try any of the great places in Bricktown.
Give the Arby's fish sandwich a try. It's a large filet of whitefish with not too much sauce and when on sale 2 for $5.
Cafe Pranzo....the best risoto EVAR...each bite of the creamy arborio with grilled portabello mushrooms made me cry.
Sausage ragu with linguini
Watch some commericals and cook
Traditional Jamamican jerk
the Blue Shrimp....great food and the best margaritas.
Tender meat and sauce
Savory meatcicles glisten perfect
Spicy beans a must
guacamole but I've really been wanting to try the recipe for avacado fries...yum
My bud picked up a 12 pack for $4.39 at the liquor store....this was the most horrible "beer" ever. We had it ice cold and even tried a second can each but dear god I'm glad I still have my eyesight...we eneded up using the rest for target practice...they 'splode real good.
Steve's Ribs in OKC