Strips, Ribeyes, and spuds

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2011/05/08 21:15:41 (permalink)

Strips, Ribeyes, and spuds

I know we haven't posted any steak pictures in a while, so here you go, along with some mushrooms and mom-in-laws famous potatoes:
 






 







 









 
I hope this satisfys your steak cravings. Sorry it took so long.
We cook alot more than just steaks, but nothing that's really worthy of submitting photos.
 
 
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    joerogo
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    Re:Strips, Ribeyes, and spuds 2011/05/08 21:36:39 (permalink)
    Jeez Bob,  I thought you stopped eatin
     
    Nice pic!  Tell the old farts I said hello.
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    Re:Strips, Ribeyes, and spuds 2011/05/08 21:44:22 (permalink)
    Great looking stuff!!
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    Re:Strips, Ribeyes, and spuds 2011/05/09 01:04:18 (permalink)
    The taters look good. What's the recipe??
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    Re:Strips, Ribeyes, and spuds 2011/05/09 06:25:50 (permalink)
    That is one beautiful dinner!!
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    Re:Strips, Ribeyes, and spuds 2011/05/09 07:37:14 (permalink)
    Nice job Marking and cooking the steaks to perfection. You sure do know how to grill a steak, great job.....................pnwc
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    Re:Strips, Ribeyes, and spuds 2011/05/09 12:26:22 (permalink)
    Absolute perfection!
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    Re:Strips, Ribeyes, and spuds 2011/05/09 13:59:06 (permalink)
    Yum! Thanks for the potato recipe!
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    Re:Strips, Ribeyes, and spuds 2011/05/09 15:45:20 (permalink)
    annpeeples

    Yum! Thanks for the potato recipe!

    You have the recipe?? I asked him to post it a few posts ago. I guess I didn't ask nice enough.
    sk bob,
    Would you please post or PM me the potato recipe? Thank you very much. Threy look delicious!
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    Re:Strips, Ribeyes, and spuds 2011/05/09 17:07:24 (permalink)
    Excellent!  Thanks for the potato recipe.
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    Re:Strips, Ribeyes, and spuds 2011/05/09 17:09:36 (permalink)
    Yes, I have to try those potatoes.
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    Re:Strips, Ribeyes, and spuds 2011/05/09 20:13:16 (permalink)
    The recipe is in one of the pictures Bob posted, Foodbme.
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    Re:Strips, Ribeyes, and spuds 2011/05/10 02:00:33 (permalink)
    annpeeples
    The recipe is in one of the pictures Bob posted, Foodbme.

    Missed it the first couple of times thru. Got it now. THANX!
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    Re:Strips, Ribeyes, and spuds 2011/05/10 20:18:21 (permalink)
    Thanks everybody! appreciate all the comments.
    Foodbme, sorry I haven't been on in a couple days. I figured it would be easier to take a picture of the recipe rather than type it all in.
    the potatos are excellent & fast. for breakfast after microwaving I'd throw them in a hot skillet with a little paprika for a few minutes to crisp them up.
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    Re:Strips, Ribeyes, and spuds 2011/05/10 21:21:33 (permalink)
    sk bob

    for breakfast after microwaving I'd throw them in a hot skillet with a little paprika for a few minutes to crisp them up.

    Oh, now that's a great idea. Score another one for sk bob.

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    Re:Strips, Ribeyes, and spuds 2011/05/11 15:28:14 (permalink)
    sk bob
    Thanks everybody! appreciate all the comments.
    Foodbme, sorry I haven't been on in a couple days. I figured it would be easier to take a picture of the recipe rather than type it all in.
    the potatos are excellent & fast. for breakfast after microwaving I'd throw them in a hot skillet with a little paprika for a few minutes to crisp them up.

    See if I got this right:
    Use "Eyeball" method for quanties of ingredients!
    Mom’s Famous Potatoes from sk bob Roadfood
    Potatoes, cubed
    Parsley
    Dried Onions
    Garlic Powder
    Paprika
    Butter Pats
    Put potatoes in a Casserole Dish
    Sprinkle with parsley, onion and garlic
    Add pats of Butter
    Sprinkle with Paprika
    Cover with Saran Wrap. Punch a hole
    Microwave for 5 minutes
    Remove & stir
    Re-cover and Microwave for 5 more minutes or until done
    Leftovers can be fried for hash browns
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    Re:Strips, Ribeyes, and spuds 2011/05/11 16:09:06 (permalink)
    You can cook my steaks anytime!  Just beautiful....have to admit when you said Mom's famous potatoes , I was like, those sure look like famous commercial french fires, then I scrolled down a bit.  I too will be trying these.  Always looking for new potato ideas.
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    Re:Strips, Ribeyes, and spuds 2011/05/11 19:19:02 (permalink)
    sorry, I should have specified that that is my mom in laws recipe for the spuds.
    Rusty246, you're right about those other potatos.those are frozen Nathans fries. those are the best frozen fries in my opinion.
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    Re:Strips, Ribeyes, and spuds 2011/05/11 19:21:48 (permalink)
    sk bob

    sorry, I should have specified that that is my mom in laws recipe for the spuds.

    You did. This is from your original post:
     
    "I know we haven't posted any steak pictures in a while, so here you go, along with some mushrooms and mom-in-laws famous potatoes: "


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    Re:Strips, Ribeyes, and spuds 2011/05/11 22:27:03 (permalink)
    Aside from the gorgeous steaks, the mushrooms and potatoes look fabulous!
    Thanks for the post and pics.
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