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Old 04-29-2006, 09:22 AM   #1
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Lastnights dinner

Chuck eye steaks. OMG.. melted in your mouth. ... summer squach, zuchinni, and sliced taters in Good Seasons Italian with extra garlic.


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Old 04-29-2006, 09:26 AM   #2
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Man! That looks great! What did you use for seasoning on the steaks? Sliced taters look fantastik!! =P~
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Man! That looks great! What did you use for seasoning on the steaks? Sliced taters look fantastik!! =P~
rubbed with wooster, crushed garlic, and a little Montreal Streak seasoning
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Man that looks great. I love food porn.I tried that twinke thing with the chesse you recomended and it was awsome. You were right not to substitue anything for the cheese. Thanks for passing that recipe along.
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that's the way I like my veggies...lots of char. Most folks probably wouldn't like it, but I love it that way.
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that's the way I like my veggies...lots of char. Most folks probably wouldn't like it, but I love it that way.
Me too. The oil in the italian is key....not to prevent them from sticking... but to get some nice "color"
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We like our veggies charred like that too. Oil in the Italian? As in salad dressing?
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If I don't marinade in italian dressing, it's at least got olive oil and herbs on it. Then, burn em black!!!! lol, to a degree.
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Lookin' good Scotty!!!
Chuck eyes can be great if the butcher does their job properly.
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We like our veggies charred like that too. Oil in the Italian? As in salad dressing?
Yeah, the kind you make.... Vinegar to the V line, Water to the W line, Add the mix, shake, add Oil (I use OO) to the O line, shake.
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