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TOPIC: What's for Dinner
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Pot roast ,with noodles at work

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Tiggr how romance ,hope you have someone to share it with

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taking a sub and going to the beach for supper

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lucky rabbit

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Taking my baby to Muriels in Jackson Square tonight to celebrate....her.

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@blt thanks! I make my steak with a marinade (low sodium soy, worchestire and a touch of liquid smoke) and spiced with a light dusting of garlic powder, onion powder, cumin and thyme.

Salt on meat is ok as long as you don't leave it on too long before cooking. It will suck the moisture out of the meat, hense the tougher meat.

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@Fun4Fun: The Chew had a great rib eye recipe. I like the rib eye with the bone in...LOL...they're the best. Anyway, it was one part salt (which I found odd because I thought salt before cooking makes meat tough anyway....) one part sugar (to give it that nice crust (this was new to me too)) and coriander (something I have on the space rack but never used to my knowledge). Anyway, these three items make up the rub which you put on both sides, then grill approx. 4 mins on each side turning once. Let the meat rest for a few minutes, sliced off the bone and it was served with a corn relish. I haven't tried it but it looked great. So funny the chef who cooked it said the bone was for him. I said right on. I would have said the same thing.

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going to a bbq...........and stuff my fat face lol

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Grass fed ribeyes with homemade black beans and rice and salad

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big salad with grilled chicken and 3 cheese itralian dressing

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