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Pork fajita rub
  • ceanntceannt
    Posts: 46,298
    Pork Fajita Rub

    1- Garlic powder
    1-Black Pepper
    1/2- White pepper
    1/2- Cumin
    1/2- Chipotle Chile Powder
    1/2- Cayenne
    1/4- Salt
    Add Mesquite chips to charcoal grill.

    Quantities refer to any consistent volumetric unit, i.e. tablespoons, teaspoons, cups, 55-gal barrels…. etc.
    This is great on pork tenderloins or boneless pork chops. (Also good on chicken.) Sprinkle on slices of onions and bell peppers tossed in a little olive oil, and grill along with the meat…. I normally cut the meat up after grilling and roll up with the grilled vegetables and some cheese in big flour tortillas.




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  • JerryJerry
    Posts: 70,697
    What if I use metric measurements, how do I convert?
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  • C_BC_B
    Posts: 76,217

    What if I use metric measurements, how do I convert?


    x=((4y^2)+(19z))/0
    Where x=liters, y=cups, z=the weight in grams of your left shoe
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  • JerryJerry
    Posts: 70,697

    What if I use metric measurements, how do I convert?


    x=((4y^2)+(19z))/0
    Where x=liters, y=cups, z=the weight in grams of your left shoe

    So you're saying that my left shoe weights (4cup^2)/19 grams?
    In bacteria there is wisdom.
    In beer there is water.
    In freedom there is wine.
  • JerryJerry
    Posts: 70,697

    What if I use metric measurements, how do I convert?


    x=((4y^2)+(19z))/0
    Where x=liters, y=cups, z=the weight in grams of your left shoe

    So you're saying that my left shoe weights (4cup^2)/19 grams?

    Is that before or after I stepped in dog poo?
    In bacteria there is wisdom.
    In beer there is water.
    In freedom there is wine.
  • ceanntceannt
    Posts: 46,298

    What if I use metric measurements, how do I convert?



    easy.... just multiply by the square root of negative 1 over 2 times the force of gravity (2*32.2).... and then multiply by the utilization of the spices.
    In wine there is wisdom.
    In beer there is freedom.
    In water there is bacteria.
  • C_BC_B
    Posts: 76,217
    ceannt said:

    What if I use metric measurements, how do I convert?



    easy.... just multiply by the square root of negative 1 over 2 times the force of gravity (2*32.2).... and then multiply by the utilization of the spices.

    This is way better than what I said.
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  • ceanntceannt
    Posts: 46,298
    By request... I am cooking this for dinner tonight... I have a bunch of thin cut pork chops in the freezer, my son is coming over and asked specifically for it... the phone call last night was funny... "What are you guys doing tomorrow night?... do you still have those pork chops you picked up at the Amish market?....."
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    In beer there is freedom.
    In water there is bacteria.
  • ThymThym
    Posts: 99,333
    ceannt said:

    By request... I am cooking this for dinner tonight... I have a bunch of thin cut pork chops in the freezer, my son is coming over and asked specifically for it... the phone call last night was funny... "What are you guys doing tomorrow night?... do you still have those pork chops you picked up at the Amish market?....."



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