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Old 12-04-2004, 05:47 PM   #51
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i'd try it. you should see the marbling on the meat. it's fantastic!
Everyone who has posted on this thread would love to try out this meat, it the price that is causing people to not buy.

Roasted potato pieces with lots of spices on them would do norgeskog. Can't just have only meat.

It was 3 pounds for 138.98, not one pound.
That is what I was saying, we need to be balanced, at least with our dining habits The roasted potatoes you mention sound good, as they can cook in the oven in the pan with the roast and juices for extra flavor. How about a salad with champagne vinegrette pear dressing with gorgonzola.
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Old 12-05-2004, 11:06 AM   #52
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What spices do you want on the potatoes????

I was thinking some garlic powder, Lemon pepper, cayenne pepper powder, and some all spice.

For the more adventurous potato we can replace the cayenne pepper powder with habanero pepper powder.
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What about some carmelized onions with that roast?

And potatoes roasted in the pan drippings would be fabulous -- put some garlic in mine!
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What about some carmelized onions with that roast?
You have to have something like that.

Cut the onion up, cook it on the stove with some of the Beef Juices from the roast, throw in some garlic powder and some lemon pepper. MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM Tasty.
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What spices do you want on the potatoes????

I was thinking some garlic powder, Lemon pepper, cayenne pepper powder, and some all spice.

For the more adventurous potato we can replace the cayenne pepper powder with habanero pepper powder.
Cayenne is fine, habanero is much too hot for this wimp. We can add rosemary or marjoram. Shall we toss the potatoes in evoo??
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Old 12-06-2004, 05:18 PM   #56
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What spices do you want on the potatoes????

I was thinking some garlic powder, Lemon pepper, cayenne pepper powder, and some all spice.

For the more adventurous potato we can replace the cayenne pepper powder with habanero pepper powder.
Cayenne is fine, habanero is much too hot for this wimp. We can add rosemary or marjoram. Shall we toss the potatoes in evoo??
A whole load of evoo. That will give the potatos some extra flavor to them.
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Any Appetizers besides caviar to go with this one in a life time meal????
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What about some carmelized onions with that roast?

And potatoes roasted in the pan drippings would be fabulous -- put some garlic in mine!
You got it, I do not cook without garlic.
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Any Appetizers besides caviar to go with this one in a life time meal????
How about shrimp cocktails with the champagne, and stolich frozen in ice with the caviar, and crustini.
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Any Appetizers besides caviar to go with this one in a life time meal????
How about shrimp cocktails with the champagne, and stolich frozen in ice with the caviar, and crustini.
mmmm, i like your style norgeskog. maybe a few malpeque and blue points...
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