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One out of three ain't bad.
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One out of three ain't bad.
You are a vegan I take it. I shall sacrifice a sunflower in your name.
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You are a vegan I take it. I shall sacrifice a sunflower in your name.
That is the first time I have ever been acused of that! I don't care for mushrooms and, for the money, there are sevral wines I prefer over Mondavi.

But ribeyes, that is the second best cut of meat there is!! Looks good man.
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That is the first time I have ever been acused of that! I don't care for mushrooms and, for the money, there are sevral wines I prefer over Mondavi.

But ribeyes, that is the second best cut of meat there is!! Looks good man.
It's what I had in the house. The Mondavi Reserves are pretty good. I could have used a Shiraz.
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It's what I had in the house. The Mondavi Reserves are pretty good. I could have used a Shiraz.
I am not saying it is swill. It was, and I assume still is, a good wine. I though it was just over hyped and priced so I kicked it out of the kitchen a couple of years ago, but kept the Opus. But what can I say, I am mainly drinking these days.
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I am not saying it is swill. It was, and I assume still is, a good wine. I though it was just over hyped and priced so I kicked it out of the kitchen a couple of years ago, but kept the Opus. But what can I say, I am mainly drinking these days.
Opus is great !! However, its hard to get here in MontCo MD. We can only get what the county lets us get.
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old married people.....

I will be there soon unfortunately...

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umm.. i'll take a burger and a beer please





or a steak, if your offering

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Looks awesome. How ya preparing the steak?
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Looks awesome. How ya preparing the steak?
heating it up to where it is a nice pink color inside, not bloody, but pink and juicy..just like my second favorite thing to eat..
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heating it up to where it is a nice pink color inside, not bloody, but pink and juicy..just like my second favorite thing to eat..
I asked about prep, not cooking. Any caveman with fire can cook meat. The difference in good and great is in the prep
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I asked about prep, not cooking. Any caveman with fire can cook meat. The difference in good and great is in the prep
These were dry aged-so the only prep was some Montreal Steak Seasoning. I grilled outside at 500 degrees. Wife likes hers medium and medium rare for me. I find the less you do to a good steak the better.
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Steak = good

Shrooms = pass

Wine = yep the wife would take that. I'll take 7 and 7 please...or Wild Turkey if you've got it.
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May I get a closer pic of the Wine please... so that I can co-sign if your selection was truely "good"...... j/k
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May I get a closer pic of the Wine please... so that I can co-sign if your selection was truely "good"...... j/k



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