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Old 05-07-2014, 07:55 AM   #21
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Ya know how I'm very picky about the steaks I buy? I wait until I find a steak that meats my standards, purchase it, and stick it in the freezer until I have enough of them saved up for a good meal. Last night, I pulled out 2 porterhouse, and one rib-eye, each of them beautifully marbled. I fired up the Webber, and made a tossed salad of Romain, cucumber, and tomato, with ranch, and freshly made avocado dressing on the side. Steaks were cooked over a solid bed of charcoal until medium rare, and served up. They were seasoned only with salt. I didn't even use pepper for a change. I was hungry for the pure flavor of good beef.

DW, Son, & I enjoyed a very simple, but very good meal. Finish it all with a cold glass of milk. No desert required.

Seeeeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North
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Old 05-07-2014, 08:01 AM   #22
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Ya know how I'm very picky about the steaks I buy? I wait until I find a steak that meats my standards, purchase it, and stick it in the freezer until I have enough of them saved up for a good meal. Last night, I pulled out 2 porterhouse, and one rib-eye, each of them beautifully marbled. I fired up the Webber, and made a tossed salad of Romain, cucumber, and tomato, with ranch, and freshly made avocado dressing on the side. Steaks were cooked over a solid bed of charcoal until medium rare, and served up. They were seasoned only with salt. I didn't even use pepper for a change. I was hungry for the pure flavor of good beef.

DW, Son, & I enjoyed a very simple, but very good meal. Finish it all with a cold glass of milk. No desert required.
Seeeeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North
I do the same thing and I have ever since I was young and started living on my own.

My friends and I used to call it making a deposit in the steak bank!
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