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Old 07-14-2012, 08:51 AM   #41
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A grilled rib-eye, baked sweet tater, steamed broccoli and garlic toast.
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Old 07-14-2012, 05:26 PM   #42
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A grilled rib-eye, baked sweet tater, steamed broccoli and garlic toast.
Craig, that does sound so tasty Do you have your rib eye medium?

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We went out for dinner last night. I decided it it was time we finally tried the Irish Pub near by. Great choice! The portioned were big and the food was really really good. Appy's were a large basket of onion rings (fresh and homemade), and a dish of banger bites (chunks of Irish sausage battered and deep fried served with a Guinness Gravy). For the main course So had a vegetable boxty and I had bangers and mash with cabbage, carrots and more Guinness Gravy.
Dave, that sounds wonderful, nice large servings and good food, must be good!

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Old 07-16-2012, 07:11 AM   #43
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Grilled "steak" wings
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Old 07-16-2012, 07:38 AM   #44
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They look scrumptious Pacanis
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Grilled "steak" wings

"Steak wings"? Recipe please.
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Old 07-16-2012, 09:40 AM   #46
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Thanks Kylie, Patty.

Nothing fancy Patty, just McCormicks steak seasoning on the wings as they were cooking and a finishing sauce of melted butter, ranch dressing, a little canned parm to thicken, a little worcestershire sauce and more steak seasoning. The flavor was something I'd associate with steak.
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Thanks Kylie, Patty.

Nothing fancy Patty, just McCormicks steak seasoning on the wings as they were cooking and a finishing sauce of melted butter, ranch dressing, a little canned parm to thicken, a little worcestershire sauce and more steak seasoning. The flavor was something I'd associate with steak.
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Thanks Kylie, Patty.

Nothing fancy Patty, just McCormicks steak seasoning on the wings as they were cooking and a finishing sauce of melted butter, ranch dressing, a little canned parm to thicken, a little worcestershire sauce and more steak seasoning. The flavor was something I'd associate with steak.
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