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Old 04-10-2009, 07:33 AM   #1
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Ahhh......Sirloin

Sirloin has been scarce around here for some reason lately, but my wife finally found some on sale last night. I realized why I love this cut so much and how much I missed it!!! It's definitely my favorite cut of beef......cheap but delicious and if cooked properly it's tender too!

Seasoned these with salt, pepper and garlic. Also grilled potatoes, red bell pepper, asparagus and zuchini that was marinated in Italian dressing. My wife also made some cucumbers that were marinated in Italian dressing.

I used the last of Stubbs charcoal and can't be more please at how good it cooks, but it still has a horrible odor and alot of smoke when it's first lit. I'm going to get a couple more bags and see if they have the same problem. Even if they do, I will still buy more because it doesn't effect the cook.

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Man that looks great. Did you cook the taters some prior to grilling
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Old 04-10-2009, 09:21 AM   #4
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Man that looks great. Did you cook the taters some prior to grilling
Nope, they were the canned new potatoes, so they were cooked prior to canning I think.
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Old 04-10-2009, 09:26 AM   #5
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wow, I like the idea of the potatos. Did you season them
at all, or just take FRESH OUT DA can and on to the grill?
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Old 04-10-2009, 09:39 AM   #6
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wow, I like the idea of the potatos. Did you season them
at all, or just take FRESH OUT DA can and on to the grill?
Let them sit in some Italian Dressing for a bit, but you can certainly season them up!
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wow, I like the idea of the potatos. Did you season them
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What he said
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Old 04-10-2009, 11:31 AM   #8
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Yummmm, that looks great. Nice to have back posting regularly Larry.
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Now that's my kind of meal, looks absolutely wonderful Larry.
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Old 04-10-2009, 01:52 PM   #10
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Fine job Larry!! Yeppers person have to go to chuck to come up with a mo betta flavor than sirloin. As a youngster we didnt have steak often but when we did it was sirloin. Dont recall the grading system for them days but would say the grocery store models would have to be ranked at least Choice or higher by todays standards. Don't recall ever hitting a real tough one. Nowadays have found a person stick with CAB or at least Choice they is generally tender enough to grill. Now when they get into Select it sometimes hard to stick a fork in the gravy. Kewlish idear on the canned tates. Never woulda thought of that

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Excellent looking meal! Never dreamed of canned taters!
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also how did the tatoes turn out?
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also how did the tatoes turn out?
Very good, we do these often and take turns with fresh sweet potatoes as well, which are my favorite.
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Nice lookin meal Big Guy
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That's uptown Larry, I'm with you on the Sirloin. I was thinking about them today, your post sealed the deal - Gonna get one this week.
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Good looking meal Larry.
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