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Last night I grilled a grass fed NY Strip steak and some marinaded chicken we bought at the Korean market. Ate the steak and saved the chicken for tonight. Also baked some sweet potatoes and a purple yam on the hot coals. Purple yam has so much natural sugars that they "burn" like marshmallows. Super tasty.

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Last night I grilled a grass fed NY Strip steak and some marinaded chicken we bought at the Korean market. Ate the steak and saved the chicken for tonight. Also baked some sweet potatoes and a purple yam on the hot coals. Purple yam has so much natural sugars that they "burn" like marshmallows. Super tasty.

 

 

I've never seen those. I always use sweet potatoes, I'll have to look around for the purple ones. [thumbup]

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I tried to cook a leg of lamb.......................

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The lamb wouldn't stay on the grill, and finally ran off........................[scared] .....

 

 

 

 

Ever try to bbq lobster?

Those little suckers just don't want to stay on the grill.

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Ever try to bbq lobster?

Those little suckers just don't want to stay on the grill.

 

And that screaming! [scared]

 

Fish tonight, I think. Baked perhaps? We bbq'd pork chops on the weekend. Applebutter bbq sauce from a local grocer here was awesome.

 

Man I love grilled pork chops! [thumbup]

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feta

EVOO

sun dried tomatoes

Marinated olives

oregano

rough chop

mix and enjoy.

 

Thanks!

 

Is Kasmir still on Newbury? Is Finale still up there? Boston is a great eating town.

 

rct

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Thanks!

 

Is Kasmir still on Newbury? Is Finale still up there? Boston is a great eating town.

 

rct

Finale yes, not sure about Kasmir, Newbury st is a lil rich for me.

there is a great place in central Sq called Central Kitchen the Wife and I like for when we get feeling fancy.

Used to work at Eastern Standard in Kenmore, and other good sit down resturant.

 

 

 

 

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Yesterday I made beer battered makerel fillets. My batter is half a cup of flour 1 tsp black pepper, 1tsp cayene pepper, 1 tsp garlic, pref dried and pour in beer until the thickness is to your liking.

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