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I do love a nice pastrami on rye with sauerkraut though, or, one of my all-time favorites, a Reuben (see a few posts back )
Pan seared strip steak with blue cheese. The greens are baby spinach with red onions sauteed in balsamic vinegar.
This was actually wednesday, just uploading the photos now
Last night was cheese burgers served with Utz's kettle cooked dark russet potato chips and a side salad. My dad got that irradiated beef (no smart-ass japan jokes or you're banned from my thread..) from Wegman's, where you can cook them extra rare. Amazingly delicious
On the other hand, you're one of those mouth-breathing philistines who likes to completely ruin a peice of meat by cooking it anything more than that.. well thats a different story
had this for dinner 2 nights ago. Grilled chicken, Prosciutto, fresh mozzarella, home-made pesto, lettuce and tomato all on a grilled ciabatta bread. Side of Coleslaw, kettle cooked dark russet potato chips and a pickle. Washed down with Sam Adam's Noble Pils.... its making my mouth water to look at these pics again :drool:
Last night was grilled ribeye steaks (medium rare of course) Served with a green bean salad (green beans, kidney beans, halved grape tomatoes, red onion tossed in a red-wine vinegrette) and oven fries (served with a southwest dipping sauce)
haven't posted in almost a month, so I'm doing my father's day dinner. Ribs rubbed with my dad's "secret" recipe, home-made potato salad and green bean salad. My dinner drink was Blue Point Summer Ale (A nondescript easy drinking summer ale) Dessert was strawberry shortcakes. I made the biscuits from scratch then put some strawberries (prepped with sugar and a bit of Cointreau) and a dollop of whipped cream. Everything was fantastic! We do the ribs on the gas grill with hickory chips in tin-foil packets. Its kind of hard to get the smoke up without going too high on the heat, so the thinner parts of the rack were overcooked.