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New York Strips

New York Strips

With Roasted Garlic Rosemary Pesto

Posted on September 23, 2013
This was delicious. The green potatoes were a little freaky at first, but wow on the yum factor. I will definitely be rubbing my steaks again with pesto. What recipes have you tried that are adventurous, but turned out great? What about complete disasters? Tell us in the comments below!
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Grilled Steak

Grilled Steak

With Balsamic Honey Reduction

Posted on August 12, 2013
This was a sensational gourmet meal served on weeknight time. I accidentally over-simmered the Reduction and as it cooled, it became quite solid. But fortunately I got it onto the steak and eaten up before then, it was just a mess in the pot that soaked out easily. I really enjoyed dipping the vegetables in the Reduction and steak-juice to liven them up. What gourmet meals to you make on a weeknight?
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Beef Jerky

Beef Jerky

On The Smoker

Posted on May 27, 2013
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This jerky was incredible. I have gone from someone who was turned off by the mere sight of this dried meat substance, to someone who very much enjoys jerky. Only thing about this recipe is that I find it a tad on the expensive side. Eye of round is a reasonably expensive cut of meat. For ours, it was $20.00. If that doesn’t bug you, then this is the recipe for you. I guess time could be a cost prohibitive thing as well, but if you use the smoker at the cottage when you have nothing doing but a dip in the lake and a good book, or beer and buddys are a good idea. It’s definitely worth the time and money for this beef. Oh yeah, and if you have buddys there… the jerky will be gone as soon as it’s cool enough to eat. So be sure to squirel some away for later!
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Big Juicy Rib Steak

Big Juicy Rib Steak

With Frizzled Onions

Posted on May 20, 2013
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Delicious. The recipe says that it serves one, but seriously, this could serve at least two people. My husband and I were quite content after dinner. Of course I made two smaller steaks, and even had leftovers, but you can totally get away with getting a whopper of a steak and sharing…if you can. I recommend having something light and chocolatey on hand for later, a mousse or a chocolate drink, you will want it.
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Roast Beef Dinner

Roast Beef Dinner

with Roasted Garlic

Posted on March 25, 2013
This was a fantastic meal. It took a while to make. Something I would not do on a week night for sure. This was definitely a treat. Honestly there is nothing to say about this meal as we were all in meat comas and the only conversation was “MMMHHHHHHHHHHH”. Good thing it was Walking Dead night ’cause we all sounded like happy zombies.
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Spring Rolls

Spring Rolls

Double the Flavour with the Grill

Posted on March 11, 2013
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To be honest, I could have left the wrappers, they were a little flaccid.  Nowhere on the package, or in the recipes I was researching to get to this point did it say to fry them. It was at the suggestion of the same friend who brought the wraps that I did. Soooo if you’re not into the wrap thing, not to worry! Toss this all together in a bowl and call it a stir fry! I will definitely try this recipe again but I think next time I will use egg roll wrappers instead.
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Smoked Eye of Round

Smoked Eye of Round

How to Smoke a Roast

Posted on September 17, 2012
This roast is a great, if slightly non-traditional, meat dish for the Holiday Rosh Hashanah. It goes well with the Challah Bread, Maple and Sherry Glazed Carrots and Honey Cake. As always when cooking, it's good to have an assistant.
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Smoked Brisket

Smoked Brisket

for Pulled Pork Style Beef

Posted on July 13, 2012
The cat saw the meat as we were setting up. She is plotting to get her paws on some. Certainly better than that canned stuff.
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Grilled Steak

Grilled Steak

Lettuce Wraps

Posted on April 03, 2012
A new trend in Asian cuisine is to wrap food in lettuce. Not only is it an interesting way to serve appetizers and main courses, but what an idea for a gluten free alternative to burritos and other wrapped food.
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Planked Beef Tenderloin

Planked Beef Tenderloin

with Smoky Mashed Potatoes

Posted on April 03, 2012
This recipe is totally bare bones, just the meat and potatoes. Literally. The mashed potatoes are infused with the smoke from the plank and juices from the beef. To avoid a gluey texture from the potatoes, slice them thinly and cook at a lower temperature, medium high on your stove, until just cooked. This takes about 10 to 12 minutes. Adding butter and other liquids to your potatoes should be done after mashing to avoid lubricating the potatoes making them harder to mash.
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