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Old 05-29-2009, 06:09 AM   #1
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Porterhouse and Spuds

Yesterday was the last day porterhouse steaks were on sale for $4.99. I asked my wife to pick up two for dinner. Kept the steaks simple and seasoned with salt and pepper.

I also grill baby red potatoes and tossed them in a combination of Zesty Italian dressing, couple tablespoons of butter, garlic, oregano and s&p. These turned out very good! All the other veggies were cooked inside.

I had the strip part of mine and my daughter enjoyed the tenderloin. My wife, ate all of hers!

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Old 05-29-2009, 06:11 AM   #2
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wow, great price!

Steak cooked perfect as always....I need to get some
corn.
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Old 05-29-2009, 06:12 AM   #3
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wow, great price!

Steak cooked perfect as always....I need to get some
corn.
That particular corn was frozen, however we have had GREAT fresh corn twice this year, so I'm looking forward to getting more of it!!!
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That'll do, for sure.
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Thats a great price & meal, tators look killer too
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Another good looking dinner. Whats the green stuff in the middle of the pic?---
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Thats a great price & meal, tators look killer too
The potatoes rocked! The only thing I will do next time is cut them in half before tossing in the dressing to get more flavor!

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Well, you as a senior citizen should recognize your ruffage.......it's brussel sprouts!!! I know, I know, the only vegetable you eat is macaroni and cheese!
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Yum Yum.. I am super hungry now.. Thanks!!!
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Old 05-29-2009, 07:39 AM   #10
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On a side note Larry. I was mega lazy yesterday and threw some BB ribs on a GAS grill. But since I used WRO and some pineapple Hab TPJ as a glaze they were pretty dang good! Can't think of a better compliment than to tell ya your rub made gassed babybacks worth eating to me!
Thanks!!! But YOU cooked them, so YOU deserve the credit!!!!
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Old 05-29-2009, 10:51 AM   #11
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I'd eat that plate of food.
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Great looking meal. Did you cook the taters any prior to grilling
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Great looking meal. Did you cook the taters any prior to grilling
Nope, cooked indirect for about 20 minutes, until they were tender.
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Nice piece of cow Larry!
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