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Homemade lamb and mint pie tonight, made with the leftovers from Sunday. Looking forward to it :)
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chicken dinner that I didn't find time to eat last night
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Grilling some tenderloin sides. From the little I understand of butchery it's what you cut away from a tenderloin. A little fat lots of nice beef.


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Along with some very rare flat iron steaks, maybe a little too bloody

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Pictures of meat are food porn mmm!

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lechon asado in the oven for tonight. to be served with black beans and rice.

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Roast beef and yorkshire pudding . :)
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Pasta with tomato and tuna, enlivened with a dash of peri-peri.
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Ribeye....just getting to room temp :thumbup:

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Open a red and make a salad :D
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kiter65 wrote:Ribeye....just getting to room temp :thumbup:

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Open a red and make a salad :D
Yeah, you need to get it a bit above room temp. Its called cooking!

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I have to agree with Nick , it looks a little under done at room temperature :D
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Its looking better already Korkki :lol: :lol:
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It's alright chaps I'm a real man....who needs a grill? :lol:
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kiter65 wrote:It's alright chaps I'm a real man....who needs a grill? :lol:
Now I am all about the rare, but a vet could get that mooing again with a 9volt and a couple of crocodile clips!

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No vet needed Nick :thumbup:

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