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Big Dawg

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Re: Pepper Stout Beef Question
« Reply #15 on: May 13, 2018, 12:34:24 PM »
Whatever you did, @julweidn, it looks pretty damn good ! ! !





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HoosierKettle

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Re: Pepper Stout Beef Question
« Reply #16 on: May 13, 2018, 01:16:02 PM »
Looks great. I’ve been introducing my wife and kids to spicy stuff for many years. The kids can tolerate MUCH spicier food than “normal” people. My wife has come a long way but I still have to be mindful.

My mother in law, forget it, she can’t take the slightest hint of spicy.


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jeffrackmo

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Re: Pepper Stout Beef Question
« Reply #17 on: May 15, 2018, 11:43:37 AM »
Mrs Grillfella not a big fan of spicy food.  I tend to keep it a bit more simple.  She isn't a Fan of GREEN bell peppers.  I always use RED and shallots rather than the harsh red onion.  Before I pull it, I sprinkle in some chopped green onions a little Montreal steak seasoning and a splash of a stout and beef broth and put it  back on until the greenies melt a bit...  Its a spin that I prefer.  Pull it, spoon it on a soft yeast roll with some sliced provolone...  Works for us....
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hawgheaven

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Re: Pepper Stout Beef Question
« Reply #18 on: May 15, 2018, 12:07:16 PM »
Mrs Grillfella not a big fan of spicy food.  I tend to keep it a bit more simple.  She isn't a Fan of GREEN bell peppers.  I always use RED and shallots rather than the harsh red onion.  Before I pull it, I sprinkle in some chopped green onions a little Montreal steak seasoning and a splash of a stout and beef broth and put it  back on until the greenies melt a bit...  Its a spin that I prefer.  Pull it, spoon it on a soft yeast roll with some sliced provolone...  Works for us....

Man, that sounds gooood!
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Foster Dahlet

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Re: Pepper Stout Beef Question
« Reply #19 on: May 15, 2018, 07:29:37 PM »
Looks great. I’ve been introducing my wife and kids to spicy stuff for many years. The kids can tolerate MUCH spicier food than “normal” people. My wife has come a long way but I still have to be mindful.

My mother in law, forget it, she can’t take the slightest hint of spicy.


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I use yellow onion, red, orange & yellow  peppers (no green), take the seeds out of the jalapeno and use less jalapeno than called for in the recipe....it is not too spicy....kiddos and wife love it.   

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