Well as informative as that is, i've literally never found another garlic salt besides one that contains the exact shit Lowry's does. So thanks for the contribution... or lack there of.
I've thought about making my own because i don't want the other crap they put in it, but i just haven't gotten around to it. Lowry's and one other brand, basically sell the exact same garlic salt here. Never found another one.
Lowry's makes good products, that is all.
Last edited by powder; 11-21-2011 at 05:43 AM.
That's how much i care.
I like Lowry's garlic salt, mang. Just sayin Tony C's makes all kinda foods 'pop'! I know you've heard of it. If not, here, let me turn the lights on for ya. Yum. =)
I'm going to try this but add more mushrooms and use fresh garlic instead
nice ninja edit on the bolding of the incorrect spelling. LAWLZ!
where's the picture of what it looked like after baking?
i would try that as well, but it would have to be with a mushroom replacement, as both of the ladies in the house won't eat them for some reason.
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Anyways, sorry i was kinda retarded and didn't remember to take a end result pic. The chicken tenders in the pic are not ideal either. That was the first time i've made it with small pieces like that and they were kind of over cooked. Full chicken breast is ideal, and maybe searing both sides first in a frying pan or high heat on the bbq also. We've also used pork loin, turkey roast and carne esada steak. For the steak, substitute red wine for white. Switch up the veggies whenever. We've done potatoes in there as well as substituted red for white onions and added some carrots or cauliflower or something else to your liking. The sky is the limit. I think we might try pork with cabbage tonight. Wife makes a good boiled cabbage that she bakes with meat in a glass pan sometimes but i've been wanting to try this in that stone pot. If we end up doing that i'll post some pics and shit.
That looks amazing. Have to try it some time.
Gonna have to try this one minus the sprouts. Looks tasty.
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I admire your cooking prowess. Some of the best dishes I have ever made were just thrown together on the fly.
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