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Old 05-27-2013, 10:16 AM   #21
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That plate looks perfect!
Thank you. And my arthritis and carpal tunnel have been acting up bad for awhile now also. So I completely understand.
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Old 05-27-2013, 04:58 PM   #22
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Dinner tonight was Prime sirloin steak (baked at 275F to 110 internal temp then broiled to brown), steamed fresh corn on the cob and steamed fresh baby spinach



I have my mac salad made and veggie kabobs prepped for tomorrow.
Looks lovely MM
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Old 05-27-2013, 05:04 PM   #23
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Fresh corn? Our corn is barely out of the ground here. I've had to rely on stuff from Mexico, which has been a lot better than past years.
Lucky dog you.
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I have a couple racks of beef baby back ribs sitting in the fridge in a dry rub, which we will grill later. We'll put a smoker pack in there, too, and hopefully get some smoke flavor on them. I'm thinking about getting some shrimp for surf & turf; I picked up a yellow squash, zucchini and bunch of asparagus at the farmer's market yesterday, so we'll grill those for sides and drizzle with Meyer lemon juice.
All sounds lovely GG
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working on some home fries to accompany the cole slaw
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Old 05-27-2013, 07:45 PM   #26
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Getting ready to eat. I threw a couple hockey pucks of onions in the soup, too, and it smells incredible.
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Dinner tonight was Prime sirloin steak (baked at 275F to 110 internal temp then broiled to brown), steamed fresh corn on the cob and steamed fresh baby spinach



I have my mac salad made and veggie kabobs prepped for tomorrow.

wow, just wow!!!
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Fresh corn? Our corn is barely out of the ground here. I've had to rely on stuff from Mexico, which has been a lot better than past years.
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wow, just wow!!!
Thank you everyone. The flavor of the prime sirloin is so good. The corn was wonderful from Shop-Rite. I was hoping it would be bi-color like I got from Stop N Shop last week but it was just yellow this time. The spinach is from Trader Joe and always great.
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