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Old 04-27-2013, 06:01 AM   #21
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Barbara, you guys must love your KFC, you seem to have it quite often....do you have one close by? We have one just up the road
I do like it, and we do have one close by, but we really don't have it too often (maybe an average of 4 times a year). This was our friends' meal tonight, which they shared with us.
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Old 04-27-2013, 09:58 AM   #22
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DW surprised me with Indian takeout last night. She had asked earlier in the day if she could "cook" dinner and then showed up with Pakora, Samosas, Rogan Josh, and Biryani. Yum!
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Old 04-27-2013, 10:46 AM   #23
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I finally got to cook some Vidalia onions and yowza! Their sweetness set everything off.

i have actual dreams about surf 'n turf that looks a lot like this....

...wake up hungry and out of sorts.

which cut of beefsteak is that, pac? (vidalias, oh yeah!)
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Old 04-27-2013, 11:44 AM   #24
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I finally got to cook some Vidalia onions and yowza! Their sweetness set everything off.
I keep staring at this and drooling.....
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Old 04-27-2013, 11:51 AM   #25
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Thanks Vit, Dawg.

It's a T-bone, Vit. That's why the onions and mushrooms are piled on, lol. Not my favorite cut, but it looked more marbled than their ribeyes.
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Old 04-27-2013, 05:43 PM   #26
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DW surprised me with Indian takeout last night. She had asked earlier in the day if she could "cook" dinner and then showed up with Pakora, Samosas, Rogan Josh, and Biryani. Yum!
YUM indeed!
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Old 04-27-2013, 05:45 PM   #27
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I do like it, and we do have one close by, but we really don't have it too often (maybe an average of 4 times a year). This was our friends' meal tonight, which they shared with us.
Yes we love it too and it is great when there is one so close by
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Old 04-27-2013, 05:58 PM   #28
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Thanks Vit, Dawg.

It's a T-bone, Vit. That's why the onions and mushrooms are piled on, lol. Not my favorite cut, but it looked more marbled than their ribeyes.

what? you no like T-Bones? t-bone steak was our filet mignon of the day! an' don't trim too much fat off 'em neither. when the heck did t-bones go out of favor?
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Old 04-27-2013, 07:43 PM   #29
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what? you no like T-Bones? t-bone steak was our filet mignon of the day! an' don't trim too much fat off 'em neither. when the heck did t-bones go out of favor?
I've always preferred ribeyes, what we used to call Delmonicos, and tenderloins over a strip type steak. Give me a porterhouse and I'll give you one third of a steak I like and the other two thirds not so much And since a T bone is missing the loin, it's just not my favorite steak.
But it's still steak
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I've always preferred ribeyes, what we used to call Delmonicos, and tenderloins over a strip type steak. Give me a porterhouse and I'll give you one third of a steak I like and the other two thirds not so much And since a T bone is missing the loin, it's just not my favorite steak.
But it's still steak

oh yehyehyeh ribeyes, pinwheeled with layers of fat (swooon)

but i didn't know nothing about ribeyes then...not until probably about the same time you got to know who george jones was.
i don't mind chewing on a steak for a bit if it has a good robust beasty flavor. yeah, like the strip (new york), and a good top sirloin. and i like to work with a good bone--t-bones are great for that. sure, mignon is tender as a sweet potato, but a center cut chuck steak trumps it for flavor and character, imo...god, how i want a steak now.
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