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Old 10-27-2012, 11:11 AM   #41
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I wasn't up to cooking yesterday, so we went out for dinner with a Groupon I had: The Jewish Mother. DH had fish 'n chips and I had the ribeye. Delish.
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Old 10-27-2012, 11:29 AM   #42
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I wasn't up to cooking yesterday, so we went out for dinner with a Groupon I had: The Jewish Mother. DH had fish 'n chips and I had the ribeye. Delish.
Oh yummy!!!!!! I haven't eaten ribeye in ages. By far the best cut of beef in my book
Please tell me you didn't eat it well done?
I'm salivating here!
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Old 10-27-2012, 11:47 AM   #43
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Oh yummy!!!!!! I haven't eaten ribeye in ages. By far the best cut of beef in my book
Please tell me you didn't eat it well done?
I'm salivating here!
Definitely not well done! My ribeye last night was a beautiful medium-rare. I grew up in the Midwest - cow country. My dad's recipe for grilling steak is four minutes on one side, three minutes on the other, rest five minutes, eat! When I make it, I salt it first, but otherwise, this formula works
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Definitely not well done! My ribeye last night was a beautiful medium-rare. I grew up in the Midwest - cow country. My dad's recipe for grilling steak is four minutes on one side, three minutes on the other, rest five minutes, eat! When I make it, I salt it first, but otherwise, this formula works
I like mine medium rare too, rare if I eat a fillet steak. I like adding a knob of butter after turning my steak . Just adds that little something
I don't like sauces or marinades on a decent piece of beef either, just salt, pepper and at most a hint of chilli or garlic. It must be well matured too!!!!

Guess I'm a bit fussy
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Old 10-27-2012, 02:55 PM   #45
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On my! That looks devine, I love squash in any form!
Thanks Odette!
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Old 10-27-2012, 03:43 PM   #46
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This hit the spot.
I've got enough taters, gravy and beans leftover for lunch today, too
Yum yum yum! Pac that looks so good j wanted to lick the screen!
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Glad to see another home winemaker here.

I agree about it being an inexpensive way to keep the cellar full. DW and I used to spend a lot of money on wine back when we were younger. When I tell people I can make my own wine now for sometimes less than $1/bottle it usually makes people take notice.

Haven't tried to brew beer yet. I've never been a big beer drinker myself, though during the summer I might pop one open on a hot day. But I have a lot of beer-drinking friends, so I'm sure any that I made would get used up.
Steve, we mostly use the beer for entertaining. I'm sure your "beer drinking" friends would be impressed. It's fun and easy to do And you have a lot of the equipment already with your wine making gear.
BTW.. That squash looks stunning.....I love squash!
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Steve, we mostly use the beer for entertaining. I'm sure your "beer drinking" friends would be impressed. It's fun and easy to do And you have a lot of the equipment already with your wine making gear.
BTW.. That squash looks stunning.....I love squash!
Thank you!
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Thanks guys.

Yeah, that squash would go well with tonight's dinner. It's just a great looking pic. Would make a good desktop.
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This hit the spot.
I've got enough taters, gravy and beans leftover for lunch today, too
Lovely looking meal Pac
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