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Old 01-01-2008, 10:58 AM   #11
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How about some really fluffy mashed potatoes with a seriously decadently rich beef gravy.I think a filet mignon is about as tender as you can get as long as its not over cooked.

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Old 01-01-2008, 11:02 AM   #12
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This is what he eats on a weekly basis and is getting tired of some it. Thankfully, he loves chicken.
Chicken strips
mashed potatoes with smooth gravy
mac and cheese
frozen burritos
SOMETIMES, chicken tequitos
some other things that can be blended into a smooth pasty like texture.
He has to eat soup for lunch, as he is by himself and noone around to help if he chokes.

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Old 01-02-2008, 06:13 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by texasgirl View Post
Thank you. One question, what is a rocket? The only one I know of used to go to outter space
Think you call it arugula in the US. But stick with it what you will. Rocket is just very "in" at the moment!!

Scotch fillet is an extremely tender cut of meat. Or really lash out and get him a piece of wagyu steak - just small and thin cos it costs a packet - and you really only sear it on both sides in the pan and it is done. No need to season but pepper if you must. If it cooks for more than a minute, it's over cooked. Everything else needs to be ready to rock before the wagyu is introduced to the pan.

DH's condition must be so debilitating for both of you. I hope he gets some positive resolution soon.

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