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Old 09-09-2014, 09:11 PM   #11
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I marinated a London broil in Italian dressing and cooked it on the grill pan. I also sautéed bell peppers, summer squash, red onion and garlic with pesto and tossed it with gnocchi.
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Steve your meal looks really tasty, even though I detest cooked salmon.
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Old 09-09-2014, 09:38 PM   #13
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Normally, I don't care for salmon, but that looks delicious, Steve!
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Steve your meal looks really tasty, even though I detest cooked salmon.
Thanks! I'll let you in on a little secret. I stole from Kayelle's porc provençal idea. I slathered it with Dijon mustard and herbs de provence, and cooked it under the broiler. It came out very moist and tasty.
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The weather was perfect for grilling, so we had burgers made from grass fed beef and bean salad.

Stirling's burgers:





And my burger:

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Old 09-09-2014, 09:53 PM   #15
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oh tax! that looks delicious!

i'm still trying to decide between the diner (either a "chicago" burger and fries, or hot open faced turkey), chinese (spicy beef chow fun and seaweed soup), or mexican (steak enchiladas and mexican rice).

decisions, decisions.
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Thanks BT. It really was.
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The weather was perfect for grilling, so we had burgers made from grass fed beef and bean salad.
Looks very good!
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Braised pork butt made Cuban style with mojo as the main braising liquid. Basically a pork pot roast with carrots, potatoes and onions.
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The weather was perfect for grilling, so we had burgers made from grass fed beef and bean salad.

Stirling's burgers:





And my burger:

TL--was that ground from Conrad or was that from the "non-Conrad" ground beef we got? I found that ground was very good--DH thinks it is too fatty, but he is one of those people who eats no fat, so all ground meat is fatty...however, he has admitted that grass fed beef is much, much better than what one gets at the supermarket. Those burgers, btw, look delish! I'm thawing one of the roasts to make on the weekend.
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TL--was that ground from Conrad or was that from the "non-Conrad" ground beef we got? I found that ground was very good--DH thinks it is too fatty, but he is one of those people who eats no fat, so all ground meat is fatty...however, he has admitted that grass fed beef is much, much better than what one gets at the supermarket. Those burgers, btw, look delish! I'm thawing one of the roasts to make on the weekend.
This was the non-Conrad ground beef. I like that it has more fat. Yup, noticeably tastier meat.

What kind of roast are you doing?
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