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Old 06-30-2004, 01:05 PM   #21
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Here In Alberta we can buy a good rib-eye or a "blade steak with Bone in" for under $6 ....I usually buy them priced at $3.95 to $4.97...this steak is large enough to feed my family of four. Most people wouldn't look at these "simmering" steaks at all but I am always surprised at how tender they are. I do not marinate or beat with a hammer. I thaw, then throw on the BBQ.

If I feel like something different I throw the steak in the roaster. Cook like a roast and eat like a roast....awesome. When this way I use my Home Made Horseradish aged for a year....mmmm

K gotta make plans for supper now my mouth is watering....


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