Retiring or will I retire?
- Sep 23, 2007
today is Wednesday, so it was pasta day......with meatballs, Parmesan cheese, and a bottle of Corona Lite.
There's no bacon.I agree. I just stared at it for a moment, impressed with myself.
I used to just poke a gazillion holes in it with a fork, pour soy sauce on it. Flip, poke more holes, more soy sauce.Steak tonight.
Simple marinade, Grind some pepper on both sides, drop into a ziplock bag, Add Italian salad dressing.
Marinate for a few hours flipping every half hour or so.
Italian salad dressing has all the ingredients you need to marinate a steak. Vinegar to break down the fibers and soften the steak and of course the seasoning to add flavour to your steak.
I made steak last night and it turned out amazing!
Cut it with a butter knife soft and tasty too.
This has replaced salt I have not used any added salt in 20 yearsI used to just poke a gazillion holes in it with a fork, pour soy sauce on it. Flip, poke more holes, more soy sauce.
Broil it, adding garlic salt when I flipped it.
Of course, I was younger and immune to salt back then.
Someone got an air fryer for Christmas?air fried rotisserie chicken with season of choice
air fried brussel sprouts seasoned with butter and garlic
an air fried baked potato steakhouse style
i'm gonna be making a lasagna in the air fryer soon. i have everything but the oven ready noodles . made 60 boiled eggs for deviled eggs yesturday in the pressure cooker.This is SuperUltraMegaF*ingGood
Like they'd charge you $25 in a restaurant and you'd probably give them a ten dollar tip good.
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I don't remember who shared that screenshot on FB but this picture below is mine, taken a few minutes ago.
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The recipe needs absolutely no tweaks, but I'd recommend some garlic bread to dip in the leftover sauce.
I'm serious, everyone needs to make this. Even all of you keto people who are afraid of carbohydrates. Live a little.
I did make a couple of - maybe not lockstep with the recipe.
I had a 2 lb bag of shrimp and I didn't weigh out a pound. Just what looked like half the bag. And half of the 16 oz box of fettuccine.
And "two cloves" is a bullshit way to measure garlic so I just put in exactly one level tablespoon of minced garlic from a jar.