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A Late Dinner....I Had Some Drinkin' To Do. Creative? Naw, Plain & Simple. Oldschool. by Boondawg
Started on: 09-14-2014 12:18 AM
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Beef.
It's what's for dinner!

A little salt, a little pepper.
I got's lots of seasonings, but plain & simple seems to be my preferred choice:



Steak, Mushrooms & Zucchini, & a nice potato (Yukon Gold or some other buttery type)



Add butter, salt & pepper, sourcream & chives, and.........GoGo Gadget! :rock:
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What ever happened to your putting it in a bag, and slow cooking it under pressure for like 9 hours or something?

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Originally posted by Fats:

What ever happened to your putting it in a bag, and slow cooking it under pressure for like 9 hours or something?

Brad


It didn't go no where.
Hell, you can wrap it in clay and throw it in some coals!

It's what's for dinner!
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Ugh...I'm over-full.
It coulda' been a little more tender...but than again, I coulda' used a few more teeth!
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Sometimes, hard to cook a steak in a skillet.
use higher heat, drop the steak in the hot skillet and less cooking time.
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I would have beat on it a bit then soaked that baby in a 50/50 mix of Jack and coke for a few hours at room temp, salted it and then put it in a pre heated oven at 400 for 10 minutes. . Coat it with the jack and coke fast. Then flip it for another 5min.


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