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Old 10-05-2015, 12:10 AM   #21
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Taxy, I would suggest that you send it to me. I'll figure out a recipe and report back to you on the results.

A stir fry might be nice.
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Old 10-05-2015, 12:15 AM   #22
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I'm not sure. TB took me out last night and Kay was going to make me a birthday dinner tonight; however, she isn't making it over until tomorrow now. Also, I have been having a huge pain flare so it may be something really simple.
We ended up ordering Chinese and although I ate very little, it was really good. My neighbour brought over some gluten free cheesecake with whipped cream and strawberry sauce! Yum!

Taxy, thanks for the well wishes. Your food looks amazing!
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Old 10-05-2015, 12:18 AM   #23
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Taxy, I would suggest that you send it to me. I'll figure out a recipe and report back to you on the results.

A stir fry might be nice.
Taxy, I vote for stirfry as well! Or, how about philly cheese steak sandwiches!
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Old 10-05-2015, 12:29 AM   #24
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We ended up with Hardee's Little Thickburgers. They are not little, but pretty darn good. We got a two for one coupon in the mail.

I'll have to scrap my beautiful lasagna that I made yesterday. The sausage was freezer-burned, and ruined the whole dish.
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Old 10-05-2015, 12:36 AM   #25
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That looks wonderful Taxi.

Speaking for only myself, if I had that high quality leftover raw beef tenderloin, there's no doubt at all I'd be doing this...Steak Tartare (Tartare de Filet de Boeuf) Recipe | SAVEUR

PS, I know Sterling might need something else. ;)
Steak Tartar sounds like a great idea. I don't understand it, but even though Stirling doesn't like rare steak, he does like steak tartar.

I'm gonna check some other recipes for steak tartar. My wrist just isn't up for chopping that much meat by hand. I'm sure I will need some tips if I'm going to use a meat grinder or a food processor.
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Old 10-05-2015, 12:41 AM   #26
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We ended up with Hardee's Little Thickburgers. They are not little, but pretty darn good. We got a two for one coupon in the mail.

I'll have to scrap my beautiful lasagna that I made yesterday. The sausage was freezer-burned, and ruined the whole dish.
What a shame Dawg!
Dang, that happened to me once too with freezer burned Italian sausage. Maybe it's something about I. sausage?
It looked ok at the time, but nooooooooo. I'm sure careful with freezing it now.
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Old 10-05-2015, 12:52 AM   #27
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Thanks, Kay. It really is a shame, lots of cheese, sauce, and spices. I tasted a bit of the sausage and thought it might be OK, but it's really yucky.
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Thanks LP and Dawg. Philly cheese steak subs has a certain appeal.
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Thanks, Kay. It really is a shame, lots of cheese, sauce, and spices. I tasted a bit of the sausage and thought it might be OK, but it's really yucky.
That's a shame. Doncha hate when you have invested money and time in a meal and it just sucks.
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Steak Tartar sounds like a great idea. I don't understand it, but even though Stirling doesn't like rare steak, he does like steak tartar.

I'm gonna check some other recipes for steak tartar. My wrist just isn't up for chopping that much meat by hand. I'm sure I will need some tips if I'm going to use a meat grinder or a food processor.
Oh I'm so glad to hear that Steak Tartar could be in your future Taxi!!
It's really the only thing worthy of your wonderful tenderloin. I'm sure it could be chopped in slightly frozen chunks in your food processor. OMG, now I'm really drooling. On our recent Canadian vacation, we had it served at a very fancy restaurant, and it was just fabulous!
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