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Old 05-28-2016, 07:02 PM   #11
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We've been working all day getting the house and garden ready for us to leave for several days. We're both exhausted, so we're ordering pizza tonight. That means we'll also have an easy breakfast tomorrow
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Old 05-28-2016, 09:41 PM   #12
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Had you ordered the largest pizza, GG, you would have on-the-road-lunch, too. A foil packet on the engine, maybe? Have a good drive and a pleasant trip.

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Our $5.99 a pound steak was delicious. I must brag that Himself is in mid-season form. This was his first steak of the year and it was perfect.
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Old 05-28-2016, 10:08 PM   #13
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Your steak looks perfect DH bought a couple ribeyes that we're bringing with us. Will probably grill them Monday at the park.
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Old 05-28-2016, 10:36 PM   #14
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CG, your steak looks perfect. Kudos to Himself. I too, LOVE mushrooms with grilled steak!
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Old 05-28-2016, 11:06 PM   #15
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We had a big cookout dinner for the whole family today at older son's house. He cut up 20 lbs of whole chickens using two grills and he did the parts to perfection after marinating it in lemon juice, soy sauce, fresh ginger, onion and sesame seeds. Sides from the family were green salad, fruit salad, potato salad, cucumber/onion salad, SW corn black bean salad. Nobody missed the garlic bread or a dessert, as everyone is on some sort of a diet. Everything was perfect including the company. Little Cheyenne was the delight of everyone, as usual. It's so wonderful to have a little child in our family again!
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Kayelle, it sounds like you and Souschef had a perfect day.


Sometimes I think the mushrooms are the best part, Cheryl! I sear them with butter in a really hot pan. After the surfaces are browned and they're almost done, I deglaze the pan with dry Sherry.
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Sounds like a perfect family day, Kay! I can so imagine little Cheyenne being the star.

CG...I'll have buy some sherry and try that with sautéed mushrooms. Sounds good! I usually sauté them in an olive oil/butter combo and add green onions. Always up for trying something different!
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I made Oyster stew with minced sauteed celery and shallots, s&p a heavy pinch of cayenne, and heavy cream. It was the best Oyster stew I have ever eaten.
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