What Are We Eating 31 July - 6 August

QSis

Grill Master
Staff member
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Angel hair and Italian sausage in Victoria sauce. Sauce was excellent, but I didn't care for the sausage. Salad was great.

Lee

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dansdiamond

Food Sound Eng.
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I can almost taste that. I love goulash! Did you slip any hot peppers in there @dansdiamond ?
I am glad you asked- I have a green pepper plant pretty close to my
Jalapeno plant. I diced up too large one's (They were actually Red).
Goulash does have some heat to it. I have 3 Containers of real spicy
Vegetable Beef Soup in the freezer.
 

QSis

Grill Master
Staff member
Gold Site Supporter
Last night I grilled burgers using the indirect method described in the article about grilling steaks. They came out fab and will do this from now on.

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He says to start thick steaks on the indirect side (reverse sear). Says to grill thinner steaks direct the entire time.

Your burgers looked thin. Were they well done?

Lee
 

Johnny West

Well-known member
He says to start thick steaks on the indirect side (reverse sear). Says to grill thinner steaks direct the entire time.

Your burgers looked thin. Were they well done?

Lee
They were on the thin side, 1/4#. My wife made those and were in the freezer. They were well done but not dried out to bad. I left them on indirect heat and cherry wood smoke, then finished off over flame, and added cheese. My plate money shot was blurry.

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Johnny West

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Jimmy, We had BLT's too. I'll keep having them on Saturday nights during tomato season.

John, yours looks like the perfect summer dinner!

Lee
It was good and will have to find these steaks at Safeway.
Meg made a blue cheese butter for a topping which everyone
liked. Dessert was a fruit tart from the Safeway bakery.

today is John A.’s 48th birthday. They rented a very nice cabin
outside Mt. Rainier and looks like they will have a beautiful day
to be on the mountain. When we got Bach from Germany we used
to hike up to the snow line where the climbers get serious abut their
climb and have a picnic. The hike down is a breeze… we were in
folks marching shape then. Those were the days.

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QSis

Grill Master
Staff member
Gold Site Supporter
It was good and will have to find these steaks at Safeway.
Meg made a blue cheese butter for a topping which everyone
liked. Dessert was a fruit tart from the Safeway bakery.

today is John A.’s 48th birthday. They rented a very nice cabin
outside Mt. Rainier and looks like they will have a beautiful day
to be on the mountain. When we got Bach from Germany we used
to hike up to the snow line where the climbers get serious abut their
climb and have a picnic. The hike down is a breeze… we were in
folks marching shape then. Those were the days.

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What kind of steaks? They look incredible!

Lee
 

Johnny West

Well-known member
What kind of steaks? They look incredible!

Lee
I’m not sure and JA wasn’t either. The wrapper got buried in the trash and wasn’t about to dig for it. I think they were petite sirloin and will look for them next time in Safeway. They were delicious and tender.
 
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