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KrazyHorse@home
10-07-2005, 21:29:08
Injected with crushed garlic, worcester sauce and salt. In about 3 hours I'm going to butter some sliced potatoes and throw them in the broiler pan with some chopped onions and the meat.

Mmmm, mmmm bitch.

Lazarus and the Gimp
10-07-2005, 21:33:30
A what?

KrazyHorse@home
10-07-2005, 21:36:18
Generally a 5-8 cm thick slice of top round beef or flank steak that is marinated and either grilled over high heat or broiled.

Lefty Scaevola
10-07-2005, 21:37:53
Lonon broil, cheap beef steak meat cut to a small roast size, marinated, and then grilled or broiled
http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/cooking/recipe/0,,FOOD_9936_10578,00.html
http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/cooking/recipe/0,,FOOD_9936_19541,00.html
http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/cooking/recipe/0,,FOOD_9936_1025,00.html

KrazyHorse@home
10-07-2005, 21:38:16
http://storesense01.dynamic.net/stores/grassland/catalog/LondonBroil_large.jpg

Provost Harrison
10-07-2005, 21:56:25
Now I live in London and I've never heard of one of those!

alsieboo
10-07-2005, 23:02:19
you're making me even more hungry than I already was, you suck.

KrazyHorse@home
11-07-2005, 00:57:02
She's done

Like I said: Mmmm mmmm, bitch

http://www.pha.jhu.edu/~mmcevoy/broil.JPG

KrazyHorse@home
11-07-2005, 01:02:17
Those potatoes are fucking delicious

So is the beef, but I was more worried about how the potatoes would turn out. Pulled out the broil after about 30 minutes (gave it 5 minutes in the broiler on each side, then returned to the oven at 400 for 20 minutes) and left the potatoes in alone with the juice and the onions for another 10 minutes.

:beer:

Oerdin
11-07-2005, 01:20:38
I've never heard of a Norton regional wine before. Is that Australian or New Zealander? I myself have had a serloin and two pork chops in the fridge for close to their shelf life so I'd marinated then in a garlic ginger teryaki sauce along with a bit of soy sauce & butter. I'm going to wrap all three of them in tin foil then BBQ them until well done. Garnish with pepper and celantro then serve.

For a side dish I have baked potatos, cheddar & spinach, along with a great green slad. Not that regular crappy iceburg lettuce salad either. We're talking a Californian green salad.

KrazyHorse@home
11-07-2005, 01:21:27
I don't know. I just ripped that picture off of some website. The second one is mine.

KrazyHorse@home
11-07-2005, 01:23:46
That sound good too, Oerdin :beer:

Oerdin
11-07-2005, 01:30:04
Originally posted by KrazyHorse@home
Generally a 5-8 cm thick slice of top round beef or flank steak that is marinated and either grilled over high heat or broiled.

I have to admit I love Costco's wrapped flank steak. They take feta cheese, whole garlic cloves, spinach, and then wrap it into a tasty flank steak log. The flank steak is then made into a roll, tied with string, then cut wideth-wise into individual portions. It's great. :beer:

Provost Harrison
11-07-2005, 10:17:04
I have had a gastronomic delight, a bowl of corn flakes :p

Funko
11-07-2005, 10:18:24
I had sainsburys fruit museli (which is 45% fruit or something)

Yesterday we had lamb roasted in garlic and rosemary which was very, very nice.

Provost Harrison
11-07-2005, 10:36:45
Muesli? Looks too much like pigeonshit to me :p

Funko
11-07-2005, 10:40:41
Kicks the arse of Cornflakes - FACT.

Provost Harrison
11-07-2005, 10:41:58
FACT - NOT :p

Funko
11-07-2005, 10:44:42
Cornflakes are a bit tasteless and bland (unless you add loads of sugar which isn't particularly healthy) and they are nice and cruncy for about 30 seconds and then they disintegrate into a slimy mush.

This museli is almost half dried fruit and has seeds that stay crunchy and the grain bits are wholemeal so they don't go soggy as easily either. And you don't need sugar 'cause all the dried fruit is packed full of fructose which is actually pretty good for you.

Oerdin
11-07-2005, 10:46:13
Originally posted by Funko
I had sainsburys fruit museli (which is 45% fruit or something)

Yesterday we had lamb roasted in garlic and rosemary which was very, very nice.

Now there's something I haven't had in a while. Lamb is YUM when it's well herbed and just slightly under done.

I'm not sure what a Museli is though.

Funko
11-07-2005, 10:47:31
Muesli

Not bad, I got all the right letters just in the wrong order. :beer:

Provost Harrison
11-07-2005, 10:48:11
Philistine :p

Gary
11-07-2005, 11:03:54
Truth about corn flakes :) (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/4653101.stm)

Provost Harrison
11-07-2005, 11:07:51
Oh, Kellogg was an utter nut, everyone knows that ;)

Tizzy
11-07-2005, 11:16:39
A crunchy nut?

Provost Harrison
11-07-2005, 11:36:47
That took longer than I expected...

Tizzy
11-07-2005, 11:38:58
I was busy :)