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15 people coming over sunday and NOT in the mood

mollysharkmollyshark Posts: 1,519
edited 7:03PM in EggHead Forum
No brisket, no pork shoulder. Was thinking maybe flank steaks cut thin and served on tiny hard rolls with horsey sauce or such? That sound good? What else??? I'm just out of it and this got sprung on me rather abruptly.[p]mShark

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  • AZRPAZRP Posts: 10,116
    MollyShark,
    Tri-tip are really easy and tasty, also pork tenderloins come to mind. -RP

  • GrillMeisterGrillMeister Posts: 1,611
    MollyShark,[p]Ginger Lime Chicken Kebabs served in Pita with lettuce, cilantro, tomatoe, onions, & a nice garlic sauce.
  • ronbeauxronbeaux Posts: 988
    MollyShark,
    Sounds good. Maybe add a fresh baby green salad and some grilled veggies like zuccini or small yellow squash. Top off with a semi dry wine.

  • jwirlwindjwirlwind Posts: 319
    MollyShark,
    Chunk a bunch of bratwurst on the Egg. [p]Jerry

  • MollyShark,
    Stay with the flank steak, but do it drunk and dirty. Works great ![p]Dan

  • djm5x9djm5x9 Posts: 1,342
    MollyShark:[p]If pork works for everyone I second the pork tenderloins grilled whole and served with garlic mashed potatoes and a thick chicken broth gravy.[p]Alternatively, grilled thick cut pork loin steaks are great too. They can be seasoned with your favorite rub or you can marinate them with some Yoshida's
  • Prof DanProf Dan Posts: 339
    MollyShark,[p]Flank steak or London broil as carne asada -- marinate in salsa. High temp. Slice it very thin when done. Serve with hot tortillas, beans, salsa, salad, maybe rice, beer, red wine, margaritas, pin~a coladas. Pretty soon nobody cares what you are serving.
  • WardsterWardster Posts: 872
    MollyShark,
    Try mini pizzas using tortillas as the crust. I set up an assembly line and let everyone make their own. Takes about 5 min. per pie and they can add all the toppings they want.
    I think Charles in SC did this at one FL Eggfest and they are really, really good.

    Apollo Beach, FL
  • SundownSundown Posts: 2,959
    GrillMeister,
    Served those to the food editor that came a couple of weeks ago to do a story on the Egg. MShark had suggested I do them as something easy. THEY WERE GREAT!

  • MarkMark Posts: 295
    MollyShark,
    Lobster Thermadore with asparagus brushed with a demi-glaze, escargot with a truffle sesame reduction, and seafood bisque to start.
    That's what I'd suggest.

  • Dimple's MomDimple's Mom Posts: 1,740
    MollyShark,[p]You have lots of suggestions. Or.....you could just say NO. (As in, sorry, guys, not available Sunday. Busy.)[p]Gwen
  • PickPick Posts: 36
    MollyShark,
    You have alot of suggestions, so I'll suggest a side item, one of my favorite things to grill when I have a larger crowd is I will cut pineapple, green, red, orange & yellow peppers in a wok style cooking thing for a grill, (it has holes all over it), everyone is impressed with the variety flavor and of course it looks beautiful on the side. and fairly cheap. [p]Maybe try some grilled plantaines as well

  • EddieMacEddieMac Posts: 423
    1-800-Dominoes

  • aka mr. Earlaka mr. Earl Posts: 151
    MollyShark,
    If you live near a Trader Joe's just grab a few bags of 'carne asade(o)'. they're in thin strips and cook quickly. very tasty. if you throw away the bags they come in, no one will know....

  • MollyShark, you got one of those Italian Dennys (Olive Garden) near you? Take them out and relax[p]
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