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Old 03-06-2012, 03:42 PM   #11
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kielbasi here too, baked with onions, potatoes, and kraut.
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Old 03-06-2012, 03:44 PM   #12
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Hopefully you got a new one before selling the old one.
Not this time, out of boating for a bit.
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Old 03-06-2012, 03:46 PM   #13
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Something to do with scallops - that's all I know. They are frozen sea scallops - not my first choice, but a friend brought a whole basket of things on the theme of our 4-day rotation diet (in lieu of flowers!). Today is fish/seafood so it is scallops!
I should have added - does anyone know of a good way to use frozen sea scallops that doesn't involve ceviche (I only use fresh for that) or cream?
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Old 03-06-2012, 03:49 PM   #14
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I should have added - does anyone know of a good way to use frozen sea scallops that doesn't involve ceviche (I only use fresh for that) or cream?
Dampen them with some butter (oil works) and roll them in cornmeal or crushed whatever stuff Tony can have. Then do them in the frying pan with garlic butter...oooooo heaven.
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Old 03-06-2012, 03:53 PM   #15
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Ah geez. I got so drooly over LP's scallops I completely forgot to post my OWN dinner.

I took a chunk 'o sirloin tip out of the freezer and I'm trying to decide what I want to do with it. I am thinking beef stir fry...or stew or I DON'T KNOW! Help me please. I have some asparagus I want to do on the side. I'm easy with the starch too. I'd rather NOT do potatoes, but I can be flexible.
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Dampen them with some butter (oil works) and roll them in cornmeal or crushed whatever stuff Tony can have. Then do them in the frying pan with garlic butter...oooooo heaven.
Oh, Alix, that sounds marvelous! He can have cornmeal and I have been using ghee (clarified butter) with great success so will try that.

I will probably do a spinach salad with a light vinaigrette (probably citrus).

Oh, now I can't wait! Thanks so much. Oh, and I can do most of it one armed!
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Ah geez. I got so drooly over LP's scallops I completely forgot to post my OWN dinner.

I took a chunk 'o sirloin tip out of the freezer and I'm trying to decide what I want to do with it. I am thinking beef stir fry...or stew or I DON'T KNOW! Help me please. I have some asparagus I want to do on the side. I'm easy with the starch too. I'd rather NOT do potatoes, but I can be flexible.
Payback time! Last week I took a sirloin steak and rubbed it with a chili powder, cumin, corriander, celery seed and s/p mixture, grilled it medium rare, sliced it thinly and made steak tacos with all the fixin's. They were awesome!

You could use your sirloin tip and either cook it with the rub or slice as for stirfry and toss with the rub! Oh, as for the asparagus, you could also use small flour tortillas, add the asparagus and some onions to the meat and make fajitas!
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Dang, I can't do the sale celebration tomorrow! Tomorrow is the night of the Tri-Tip!
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Leftovers. Going to grill up some sausages and have some leftover rigatoni from last night because contrary to popular belief, I didn't eat it all.
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Payback time! Last week I took a sirloin steak and rubbed it with a chili powder, cumin, corriander, celery seed and s/p mixture, grilled it medium rare, sliced it thinly and made steak tacos with all the fixin's. They were awesome!

You could use your sirloin tip and either cook it with the rub or slice as for stirfry and toss with the rub! Oh, as for the asparagus, you could also use small flour tortillas, add the asparagus and some onions to the meat and make fajitas!
Oooooh...sounds soooo good! I have peppers and onions, I think I'll do the fajita thing. I love you! MWAH!
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