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What is everyone eating tonight!

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jenn7210

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Went to shop for a nice steak for dinner and could not believe it. T-bones were expensive and most were missing the best part! Shopped around and found a whole beef tenderloin for about the same cost:HUH?:

Wanted a nice dinner so bought the tenderloin and sliced it up myself. Yes, have some butchering skills that Dad instilled in us boys. Had to have something to go with the delictible Alberta beef and found Nova Scotia bay scallops to top it off.....:Heh, heh, heh::Heh, heh, heh:


Local farm produce for the salad and we have a meal fit for a king!



:Oh Yeah!:
 
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I made a teriyaki marinade for a couple of pork chops. Let them sit in it for most of the day.

I also made a pasta salad.... in it were cherry tomatoes, slivered pea pods, edamame beans, fresh parsley, fresh cilantro, fresh bay leaves, garlic, ginger, freshly shredded Reggiano, fresh cracked pepper, olive oil, lemon juice, and some elbow grease....

Had a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc from new Zealand chilling in the fridge all day.

Like moosen gram, I have no pics to share...but if you phone me I can let you smell my breath.....:Heh, heh, heh:
 
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Beef spaghetti. Yuk. Lol. Should be moose. I'm all out unfortunately oh. And lemon merang pie.
 
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jenn7210

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Bow Walker ... a whole bottle of wine???:rolleyes:

Jeff you need to shoot a bigger moose....small wink
 
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I did pull out some T-bone Elk steaks for tonight but jet lag caught up with me and my 3 hour power let me wake up 5 minutes ago :grumpy: I guess the wife went out because I can'y find her so I guess you all know what for dinner tomorrow night LOL.
 

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Went to shop for a nice steak for dinner and could not believe it. T-bones were expensive and most were missing the best part! Shopped around and found a whole beef tenderloin for about the same cost:HUH?:

Wanted a nice dinner so bought the tenderloin and sliced it up myself. Yes, have some butchering skills that Dad instilled in us boys. Had to have something to go with the delictible Alberta beef and found Nova Scotia bay scallops to top it off.....:Heh, heh, heh::Heh, heh, heh:


Local farm produce for the salad and we have a meal fit for a king!



:Oh Yeah!:
now that's my kind a meal !!
 

newhunterette

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how the heck to you get a perfect cooked steak inside a perfect cooked pastry?!?!?!?
lots of practice and never wanting to have Gordon Ramsay yell at me in HELL'S KITCHEN.......................... LOL LOL



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Too bad they don't make steak flavored milkshakes Ali :good on ya:
ewwwww ya no thank you.......... although I am getting thru all this liquid stuff, the thought of puree'd meat makes me want to gag........... for now I will stick with protein powder until I am able to tolerate solid food again
 
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Ali you are an amazing cook, i would not even think of doing half the things you do :applause:
 

newhunterette

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tonight I made a Cornish game hen stuffed with spinach, grape tomatoes, Camembert cheese, rosemary and a pheasant stuffed with blueberries, sweet basil and smoked garlic, roasted them both and made a reduced sauce from each, made a orzo, lentil, quinoa, rice pilaf, and steamed sweet peas.......... for my menfolk and I had skim milk, protein powered, no sodium, no fat chicken broth soup and 1/4c of raspberry no sugar jello.................... sorry no photo tonight....vultures picked the birds clean before I could get one taken
 
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The Elk steak I was going to have the other night, marinated for two days now should be good, served with sweet potato cauliflower and broccoli :Oh Yeah!:
 
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newhunterette

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Oven roasted sliced potatoes (dill, lemon herb, olive oil, scallions) topped with red sea bream fish stuffed with garlic, leeks, fresh lemon sage topped with lemon slices, carrots steamed with coconut syrup, sautee medley of panchetta bits, sweet onion slices, baby bell peppers and baby spinach ... For my menfolk....... For me a no sodium, no fat vegetable broth with a puree of tomato, protein powder and a dollap of 0% fat yogurt

 
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I love pork butt steak on the bar-bie.....really, really good! :Here's To Ya:

I had leftovers tonight. pulled a 13 hour shift today and an too tired to get creative...
 

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It's a steak night tonight for my menfolk... So I am Ali rubbing some nice strip loins, dressing up some baked spuds, fire roasting some orange bell peppers, can't have steak without tarragon sauteed button mushrooms, mini pitas with a quick cucumber yogurt dip......... For me...protein shake with blueberry kefir, protein powder and a 1/4c unsweetened jello




 
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