ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes

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sk bob
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ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Sun, 07/19/09 9:59 PM
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Sam's club ribeyes, garlic salt & pepper and EVOO

 
One potato, cut in cubes, parsley, garlic powder,  dry onion, butter pats, and paprika. 

 
Cover with siran wrap, cook in microwave 5 minutes, stir, then cook another 5 minutes.



 
 
These next two pictures are for Michael Hoffman and Greymo who think that everybody should dress like this when "DINING" at home.
The second picture showing my Emily Post.


 
Rare

 
But this is how we really dress when we eat in  Daytona Beach, FL not flyover Ohio or Drive-thru Maryland.

 
 

Baah Ben
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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Sun, 07/19/09 11:13 PM
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Hey SK..Not for anything, but you look terrific in a tie....
Hope all is well...

Foodbme
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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Sun, 07/19/09 11:41 PM
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SK Bob,
Rather than Garlic Salt, Next time, try Cavender's Greek Seasoning. It's a Garlic Seasoning with so much more!
http://www.greekseasoning.com/
 
I've tried 100's of steak seasonings, and this is the best one

<message edited by Foodbme on Sun, 07/19/09 11:49 PM>

NYPIzzaNut
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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Sun, 07/19/09 11:48 PM
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How was the steak cooked?

John A
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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Mon, 07/20/09 8:08 AM
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Up to your usual high standard SK. BTW, hope you did not drag your tie through the steak reaching for the potatoes.

Michael Hoffman
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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Mon, 07/20/09 9:05 AM
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As classy as one would expect.

ann peeples
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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Mon, 07/20/09 12:07 PM
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I laughed out loud, skbob, when I saw your pic in a shirt and tie.I KNEW what you were doing. However, your food looks awesome an thanks for the recipe for the potatoes-my Bob is a potato fanatic and those sound excellent.

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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Mon, 07/20/09 2:13 PM
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Awsome looking chow, love the tater recipe, steak cooked exactly how I love it, great pics!

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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Mon, 07/20/09 2:55 PM
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I love Cavender's. It's a great all-purpose seasoning. When I fry chicken (about once a year these days) I add Cavender's to my dredging flour.

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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Mon, 07/20/09 5:09 PM
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Well played, skbob!...................now,  just replace that "Bud"  wi th a  nice Cab!

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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Mon, 07/20/09 10:04 PM
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LOLOL!  I'm a Cavender's fan too.

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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Tue, 07/21/09 9:18 AM
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Wow ! Bob put a Shirt on for Supper Attaboy!

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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Tue, 07/21/09 2:04 PM
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That food looks great SK either with you dressed or undressed!

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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Tue, 07/21/09 6:56 PM
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sk bob, Good stuff!  You don't need a shirt and tie, we know you are a true gentleman.

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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Tue, 07/21/09 8:04 PM
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Do that potato recipe in alum foil packets and slap on the grill prior to the steaks.  Once less dish to wash.

sk bob
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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Tue, 07/21/09 9:09 PM
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BaahBen, thanks. working my butt off.
NYpizzanut, high heat
John, how long do you think the tie lasted?
Michael, thank you
Foodbeme, I'm going to try that.
Greymo, Bud with steak, chianti with pasta.
susanll, dishwasher.
thanks to everybody for your comments.
I'm not here for a long time, I'm here for a good time.

susanll
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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Tue, 07/21/09 9:35 PM
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sk bob


BaahBen, thanks. working my butt off.
NYpizzanut, high heat
John, how long do you think the tie lasted?
Michael, thank you
Foodbeme, I'm going to try that.
Greymo, Bud with steak, chianti with pasta.
susanll, dishwasher.
thanks to everybody for your comments.
I'm not here for a long time, I'm here for a good time.

Wowsie!  To the point!

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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Wed, 07/22/09 1:54 PM
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The food looks tasty..and umm..you look pretty handsome.


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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Wed, 07/22/09 4:53 PM
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emily post pic: ROFL - hilarious!

Foodbme
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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Thu, 07/23/09 2:30 AM
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Scorereader


emily post pic: ROFL - hilarious!


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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Thu, 07/23/09 8:06 AM
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 Food, that is neat. I could also read your message but what does ROLF mean?

ann peeples
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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Thu, 07/23/09 8:17 AM
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ROFL:rolling on floor laughing.

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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Thu, 07/23/09 8:33 AM
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SK Bob -   Best.  Post.  Ever.

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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Fri, 07/24/09 12:56 AM
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annpeeples


ROFL:rolling on floor laughing.


OH! as in LMAO! Got It!

Rick F.
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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Fri, 07/24/09 3:50 AM
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Looks to me like you've got the wrong finger extended in one of your "society" photos. I'd have chosen the "social finger," just to keep in the formal mode/mood.

Rick, in hot, steamy Natchitoches

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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Sun, 07/26/09 5:24 PM
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The potatoes looked really good. I will definitely try this out. The steak looked great too.

We had steak kabobs the other night and they were great. Can't beat a great steak.

sk bob
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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Sun, 07/26/09 5:31 PM
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the potatoes are real fast & easy & tasty.
if you have leftovers, a quick fry in a pan & you have good homefries for breakfast

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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Sun, 07/26/09 6:42 PM
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Boy you are one handsome devil, sk bob, who knew? and you can cook like that? lucky mrs sk bob!  btw, has anyone ever told you how much you resemble that guy from that motorcycle show?

sk bob
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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Sun, 07/26/09 8:37 PM
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I get that twice a day. a lot more during bike week.

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Re:ribeyes and mom-in-laws potatoes - Mon, 07/27/09 9:01 AM
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He cuts a particularly impressive line in his tie-with-polo-shirt combination.  Don't think we didn't notice Bob.  :)