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Old 08-11-2010, 07:14 PM   #11
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Rib Eye steak with sauteed mushrooms, onions and peppers. Yukon Golds that I haven't decided how to fix, yet. Too early!
Fiona, do youu have the baby Yukon's? If you do I just made some like this and they were so good I cut small ones in half bigger in 4 put in pot with cold water, bring to boil then simmered til a ice pick goes in easy but they aren't mushy. Take and drain put back in hot pot add a stick of butter, and then I added several hadsful of fresh chopped parsley and fresh basil and any other herb you like I also add some fresh tarragon tossed well and served it was yummy,
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Old 08-11-2010, 08:43 PM   #12
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Shell steaks done on cast iron stove-top grill pan, sweet potato (butter, Splenda brown sugar and sugar-free maple syrup), buttered mixed veggies, quartered mushroom caps sautéed in butter (with sea salt, ground red pepper flakes, ground black pepper, burgundy wine and Maggi Seasoning sauce) and tomato and mozzarella salad dressed with EVOO, red wine vinegar, sea salt, ground pepper, fresh garlic and fresh basil.

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Old 08-11-2010, 09:39 PM   #13
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Fiona, do youu have the baby Yukon's? If you do I just made some like this and they were so good I cut small ones in half bigger in 4 put in pot with cold water, bring to boil then simmered til a ice pick goes in easy but they aren't mushy. Take and drain put back in hot pot add a stick of butter, and then I added several hadsful of fresh chopped parsley and fresh basil and any other herb you like I also add some fresh tarragon tossed well and served it was yummy,
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Yes, I had the baby yukons. That's pretty much what I did, I had fresh chives and basil, boiled, drained, buttered and added the fresh herbs and a little smoked seasalt and fresh ground pepper.

Very good! But it's lonely eating alone, I can't wait for DH to get back home.
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It's grilled chicken pineapple salad w/ pineapple ranch dressing tonight.
Share the recipe please. TYIA
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