What's for dinner?

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Light day at work, so my turn to cook:
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Dry aged Aberdeen Angus rib-eye with baked spud topped with butter-vintage cheddar-sour cream & chives.
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highway62 wrote:Dry aged Aberdeen Angus rib-eye with baked spud topped with butter-vintage cheddar-sour cream & chives.
Wife loves ribeye. I prefer fillet. But it's close!
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Rib-eye for flavour. Fillett for tenderness
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my cousin's kids raise grass fed cattle to pay for college. so i get ribeyes, filets, porterhouses, and flanks from them each year. omg so good (and inexpensive).
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gwells wrote:my cousin's kids raise grass fed cattle to pay for college. so i get ribeyes, filets, porterhouses, and flanks from them each year. omg so good (and inexpensive).
Oh, sounds wonderful. In NZ they lots do 'homekill' and the meat is excellent. The animals are never stressed!
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This is "bloke cooking".

Ensure that both pan and chef are well oiled :lol:

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Spot on, Richard!
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bspj wrote:Spot on, Richard!
In fortunately not... I've got no grain mustard! :explode: :rain: :rate0:
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Steak and chips.
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Haggis
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Barbeque rib and burnt end combo in Kansas City

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I've had some wonderful fish over the last week here in Portugal, especially sardines. Last night, however, was the best meal so far. Mojitos overlooking the beach. Then we found a little restaurant where mama does the cooking. Clams in a lemon, garlic and coriander sauce. The best piri-piri I have ever tasted, made to the lady's secret recipe! Crêpes with oranges marinated in aguardiente.
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Re: What's for dinner?

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Roast lamb, carrot and swede mash, cauliflower cheese and potatoes. To share with "The Lady" on Easter Sunday.

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