What's for dinner???

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  1. Triple C

    Triple C Well-Known Member

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    Ribeye steaks that I put in the freezer until almost frozen. Then sliced as thin as possible. For the bread, I use the sub/hoagie rolls in the Publix bakery that that bake fresh each day. Provolone cheese on each pile of the cheesesteak and for my personal sammich, provolone on the bottom and a strip of cheez whiz on top. Also, throw the buns on the flat top with a little mayo on inside of each and brown em up just a little.
     
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    Stone crabs caught this morning. Yum.
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    Boys…This sammich was a walk off grand slam winner with the clan this past weekend.

    Bought a package of skinless chicken breasts, sliced em in half n then took a saucer n pressed em down to bout 1/3 inch thickness.

    Marinated overnight in teriyaki sauce, lil soy sauce, dash of Worcestershire sauce n dash of Cajun seasoning.

    Conjured up some home made yum yum sauce with mayo, ketchup, finely diced dill pickles, dash of Worcestershire sauce, smoked paprika n cayenne pepper.

    Threw a lb of bacon on Blackstone followed by chicken breasts.
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    Toasted buns in butter on Blackstone. Then topped with chicken breast, bacon, provolone cheese, lettuce, tomato n home made sauce.
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    Boys…these were off the charts some kinda good.
     
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    Sounds good, looks good ! I had to some danged old deer steak, green beans, and creamed potatoes. Sorry, no pics, ate the evidence again……
     
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    Never ate a deer organ but I'd give this a try or two!
     
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    Y’all are gonna get tired of this, but I ate the evidence again before I thought to take a picture. o_O It was a chunk of axis backstrap wrapped in bacon and cooked to medium rare in a Ninja Grill. Baked sweet tater and broccoli and cauliflower with queso added. Scrumptious !
     
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