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Old 05-15-2010, 07:04 AM   #1
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Sirloin and Tuna

This dinner almost didn't get cooked due to me being exhausted. Spent 4 hours hot patching the crack in the drive way and sealing, went to Home Depot to buy fun stuff, came home to cut the grass but realized I had to get Cathryn to Swim practice in 2 hours , so I didn't have enough time. So I worked out for an hour, then Cat gets home and says she's not feeling good and did not feel like going to practice. This is the very first time since she started she hasn't wanted to go, so I know she didn't feel good. So I cut the grass in the 90º heat after being in it while heating up the hot patch for the driveway for 4 hours! So 2 and a half hours later the lawn was nicely manicured and I was beat! But, the grilling must go on no matter how tired I was.

My wife as usual wanted steak, so fortunately for her we had a vac sealed sirloin in the fridge. Put the corn on and red onion (she wants one every time we have steak) first, then new potatoes that had been tossed in olive oil and s&p. After about 10 minutes, I added the steak seasoned with salt, pepper and garlic.



Then with me continuing my healthy way of life, I added a piece of Ahi Tuna for me. Grilled it naked and then seasoned with Wolfe Rub Citrus at the flip.


Added some asparagus at the last minute that was tossed in olive oil and s&p since it only takes a couple minutes to cook.


Added some Texas Toast for the family, NOT me!


Dinner is ready!


Here's my plate along with a fresh salsa I whipped up with roma tomatoes, red onion, yellow bell pepper, lemon juice, s&p and some Sriracha sauce for a little zip. I gotta toot my horn just a bit, this dinner rocked!!! And at least MY portion was healthy!!!
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Excellent looking meal. Too healthy for me though!
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Great looking meal Larry.
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Old 05-15-2010, 10:30 AM   #4
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Real good lookin' meal Larry. Sounds like you kept yourself pretty busy too.
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Can't go wrong with that combo.. Good job!!!
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Old 05-15-2010, 11:48 AM   #6
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Good looking steak and tuna. I can remember when we used to buy Ahi tuna for the dog. It wasn't really appreciated back then for the good source of protein and omega 3 that it is. And it taste great, as well. Things have changed.
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Old 05-15-2010, 12:25 PM   #7
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Very, very nice Larry. Work your butt off all day then you cook a meal like that, hat's off to you my friend!
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Oh that looks good. I haven't cooked since Thursday and won't be able till Sunday. Seeing this made my withdraws ever worse! Good looken grub Larry.
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All looks great Larry, really makin' me hungry for some corn on the cob.
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