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> live in bootcamp - no kitchen 2mos.
>go to training school, live in barracks - no kitchen 1 yr
>get stationed on submarine, barracks off duty - no kitchen 3.5 yrs
>achieve pay grade where I get stipend to move out in town, decided on moving to cheap place with no kitchen to save money - no kitchen 6mos
>get stationed in Guam, long process with housing authority here, homeless; living on ship - no kitchen 6mos
>finally move into apartment with a kitchen
What do I do now? I've been so used to eating out at restaurants that I don't even know what I need to buy for my kitchen. So far I have
>pressure cooker (for ribs. turns out okay for just starting)
>dish set for four
>14 pc pots and pans
>medium sized cast iron skillet
>measuring cups for cups/tablespoons
>starter knife set
What else do I need? Is there another "essentials" kit for baking? How about making things for dinner out of a pressure cooker? I just don't want to end up buying a bunch of stuff I don't need
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pictured: 3.5 lb boneless chuck roast, maripickled in coke and salt for 3 days, let to dry in the cold oven for a day, rubbed with 4 parts black pepper, 3 parts granulated garlic, 2 parts cumin and 1 part tumeric and trussed.
Cooked on a weber classic 22.5" with trader joe all natural hardwood charcoal briquettes and mesquite chunks. Kettle varied from 250 to 300F, with a small period in the beginning that got up to 330.
Cooking time was 3.5 hours, with decreasing smoke throughout and basting with coke once internal temperature got up to 180F. Final temperature was 195F, meat was between 175 and 195 for approximately 2 hours.
It is now resting. Will update once I start to dissect the fucker.