Pepper Steak from the Pasture and the Garden

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pnwchef
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Pepper Steak from the Pasture and the Garden - Mon, 09/19/11 4:21 PM
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The Garden is coming to a close, I thought of  a dish that I could use everything , Pepper Steak. Green peppers, fresh picked Roma Tomatoes, Walla Walla Onions, Cabbage, Carrots, Mushrooms. We raise our own Grass feed cattle so I took out a 2" slice of Sirloin and cut it up. This is the beginning.................I'll come back later with the rest of the story..................Live well....pnwc
 


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Re:Pepper Steak from the Pasture and the Garden - Mon, 09/19/11 4:24 PM
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Stop it! you are driving me nuts!! Looks fantastic, my friend.

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Re:Pepper Steak from the Pasture and the Garden - Mon, 09/19/11 4:27 PM
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Cabbage?

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Re:Pepper Steak from the Pasture and the Garden - Mon, 09/19/11 4:34 PM
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mar52


Cabbage?

 
Mar, are you raising your hand, a question about cabbage ???? why don't you sit in the front row so I can see you......................P.S. I just tasted it and put in the mushrooms, the fresh tomato flavor is unbelievable


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Re:Pepper Steak from the Pasture and the Garden - Mon, 09/19/11 4:56 PM
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Between 1/2 and 3/4 there, I put the mushroom in and now they are just melting into the rest of the veggies..........See ya at Dinner

 
 

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Re:Pepper Steak from the Pasture and the Garden - Mon, 09/19/11 6:28 PM
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Ready to eat, full of natural flavor, served with egg noodles..
 


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Re:Pepper Steak from the Pasture and the Garden - Mon, 09/19/11 6:38 PM
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Lookin good Chef!
 
In the Fall, us Hi-Tal-Yens take everything from the garden(no meat)and cook it in a pot.  We call in Giambotta.  This week I even added Papinkies(wild mushrooms).
 
Never thought of putting it over pasta.  I usually serve it with a loaf of Italian bread(per person).  And a good bottle of wine(per person)
 
 

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Re:Pepper Steak from the Pasture and the Garden - Mon, 09/19/11 10:13 PM
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Aha!  Fricassee but different!
 
Are you going to extend any leftovers to make a wonderful soup?

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Re:Pepper Steak from the Pasture and the Garden - Mon, 09/19/11 10:35 PM
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Looks wonderfully delicious!

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Re:Pepper Steak from the Pasture and the Garden - Mon, 09/19/11 11:56 PM
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Why is your stove top always suspiciously clean? 
Is there any actual cooking going on there?
J/K.... Your killing me.... that looks good!
 
I bought some special trim and now know what I'm going to use it for.
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