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If you're grilling don't forget the good hot dogs and bratwursts. Yummy!
Add steak also. Actually, just throw them all on the grill. You can't go wrong with any of those recommendations.
Don't forget "fake" (soy) hot dogs for anyone who doesn't eat meat. (I just had to speak on behalf of the non-meat eaters.)
Mmmmmmmm, Boca burgers... I love them, and I'm not even vegetarian.
I love Boca burgers but I can't find them anymore.
vegetarians should just sit quietly in the corner, nibble on relish and hope the carnivores don't notice them.
that is not nice. They have a fear (sort of) of meat, my thoughts. Some lean beef and lean turkey is fat free and filled with protein.
healthy steak dinner..
also.. consider: using 0 calorie cooking spray.. to cut the fat.
Gotta have some fat. Some nice marbling is the key to a quality steak. No need to eat a big slab o' fat stuck on the side of a piece of meat, but the fact is that fat = flavor.
Not really.. thats why we have steak sauce, basil, cinnamon,.
Nah, nah, nah you don't 'add' flavor to meat. You only use 'extras' to bring out or accentuate the flavor. Respect the meat, don't hide it.
So true, that's why I always add some ground chuck to the lean ground beef when we make the hamburgers.
Just adding a little won't hide it. It makes it even better.
If your steak tastes like sauce you've done something terribly, terribly wrong.
My steak tastes like ketchup, because that's what I dump all over it.
Once your steak is done, then you add a little and slow cook it in.
Lower the temp a little on the stove,.
Then bona petite.
May I suggest a symbolic serving of roast beef as a gesture of apology to the British for the unfortunate hostilities?
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