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Old 02-24-2013, 06:40 PM   #31
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Tenderloin steaks with shrimp skewers, roasted potatoes with the dreaded truffle oil, and probably green beans.....
Changed it up a bit. No shrimp, broccoli and cauliflower for veg, garlic mashed spuds with the dreaded truffle oil, mushrooms au gratin, and a hunk of St Agur for good measure...chased it down with a good healthy amount of Cab Sav....early night tonight.
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Old 02-24-2013, 06:51 PM   #32
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Nice array of veggies to choose from, Rock.
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Old 02-24-2013, 06:56 PM   #33
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Nice array of veggies to choose from, Rock.
Yeah. Thanks. I am trying to adhere to the 1/3 veg to starch to meat ratio. Getting it right on the plate is easy. It's getting it into my stomach that isn't. The meat always seems to disappear but there is always some of that darned green stuff loitering around long after dinner is done.
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Old 02-24-2013, 07:23 PM   #34
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Changed it up a bit. No shrimp, broccoli and cauliflower for veg, garlic mashed spuds with the dreaded truffle oil, mushrooms au gratin, and a hunk of St Agur for good measure...chased it down with a good healthy amount of Cab Sav....early night tonight.
Purty, Rock!

And PPO, we get a 2 fer 1! again!
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Changed it up a bit. No shrimp, broccoli and cauliflower for veg, garlic mashed spuds with the dreaded truffle oil, mushrooms au gratin, and a hunk of St Agur for good measure...chased it down with a good healthy amount of Cab Sav....early night tonight.
Is that a hunk of blue cheese on the steak?
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Purty, Rock!

And PPO, we get a 2 fer 1! again!
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Old 02-24-2013, 08:15 PM   #37
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Is that a hunk of blue cheese on the steak?
Yes. St. Agur. My fave with Beef.
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Old 02-24-2013, 08:20 PM   #38
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Is that a hunk of blue cheese on the steak?
St Agur is blue cheese
Lovely isn't it?

I ended up making chicken schnitzel with a lovely pan sauce, some parsley potatoes tossed in brown butter and steamed asparagus. Quick and easy.
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Not sure yet. We have our wine club board meeting today, and the host usually serves a light meal. Sometimes it's a little too light. If we're still hungry afterwards, we'll probably just grab a sandwich somewhere.
Well, turns out we were in the mood for something a little more than a sandwich, so we went out tonight and treated ourselves to a few oysters and some bubbly. One of our favorites.

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Well, turns out we were in the mood for something a little more than a sandwich, so we went out tonight and treated ourselves to a few oysters and some bubbly. One of our favorites.

Can't cook, eh? I'm starting to wonder if you didn't hurt your ankle on purpose. Looks great!
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