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Old 04-03-2006, 08:16 PM   #1
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Sirloin with Gomer

Got some seasoning on line the other day and received it in the mail today. It's called "Gomer's Gooder'n Shit Bar Bur Q Seasoning". So I decided to give it a try since my wife brought home some sirloin and asparagus for dinner. So I opened the envelope and then opened the bottle and my first thought was "Oh My God this stuff is salty", but I figured it would be good on the meat. So I lightly seasoned the meat and grilled direct. It was good stuff!

Here's some pic's of Dinner
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Old 04-03-2006, 08:21 PM   #2
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That was almost my Friday dinner. except it was fillets and spinach with the sweet potato.
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Old 04-03-2006, 09:14 PM   #3
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Now that is what a Sirloin should look like =P~
Hey Larry did that bottle come with the hand attached to it?
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Bet that stuff tastes better on hot dogs.


It says so on the bottle.
And Hamburger Helper. #-o
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How'd Larry get his picture on the bottle?
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That was almost my Friday dinner. except it was fillets and spinach with the sweet potato.

Yeah.....almost! #-o
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Old 04-04-2006, 06:41 AM   #7
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Yeah I don't know about it being good on hot dogs or hamburger helper, but it sure was good on steak. Just go lightly with it, it's pretty salty.
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Old 04-04-2006, 07:18 AM   #8
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I gotta say that sirloin is prob. my favorite cut of steak...I love the flavor !!
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I gotta say that sirloin is prob. my favorite cut of steak...I love the flavor !!
Yup. I gotta agree there.
Course, I havent' tried tri-tip...yet.


Looks great as always Larry! =P~
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I gotta say that sirloin is prob. my favorite cut of steak...I love the flavor !!
I agree John, especially for the money you can't get a better steak in my opinion!
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I gotta say that sirloin is prob. my favorite cut of steak...I love the flavor !!
Yup. I gotta agree there.
Course, I havent' tried tri-tip...yet.


Looks great as always Larry! =P~
Tri tip taste just like sirloin to me.
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Old 04-04-2006, 11:06 AM   #12
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I can't find Tri tip around here..have to special order it...but then again, untill I started buying them on a regular basis, my butcher didn't stock brisket either !
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Bet that stuff tastes better on hot dogs.


It says so on the bottle.
I don't need none o that "gore-may" stuff on my tube steak! I will stick to hot sauce and mayo thank you! :biggrin:
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Bet that stuff tastes better on hot dogs.


It says so on the bottle.
I don't need none o that "gore-may" stuff on my tube steak! I will stick to hot sauce and mayo thank you! :biggrin:
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Mayo on a hot dog ? Ive moved to pickles on my dog and liked that...and I guess it prolly isn't any different than mayo on a bologna sammy...
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Chili and Slaw go on my dogs, otherwise known as a Carolina Dog! Oh yeahhhhh
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Mayo on a hot dog ? Ive moved to pickles on my dog and liked that...and I guess it prolly isn't any different than mayo on a bologna sammy...
I know it sounds awful.but I saw it on a hot dogstand site outta Maine. The line is out the door for these things. I got my other cops hooked on em now at 7-11. They are good
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Damn, some more food to try that I know is no good for me!
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BTW, Holly has recently (finally) updated his site....if you haven't been in a while, there's some new stuff.
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I bet they'll put ketchup on you hot dog. That is just plain wrong! Ketchup and hot dogs, yuck!
I'm with you BFD... not a fan of ketchup on a hot dog. Not so much on a burger either.
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