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  • Re: What are you


    Tennessee Mule

    What's the tenn mule? Jack and ginger ale?
    Close, I use Jack, Ginger beer, and lime juice. Kentucky Mule, replace Jack with Bourbon. Moscow Mule, use vodka, etc.
  • Re: Midweek Flank Steak

    Looks good.  Next time gives this a try.  Season and then go low, hot and fast. Get some good crust on both sides and you have a wonderful med rare.   Maybe you don't like med rare.  If so, never mind    :0
    Thanks, I've done this before and I'll definitely do it again! This time my daughter wanted to help in the kitchen and with the egg, so I went with a more forgiving method, in case we were in the kitchen longer than expected.
  • Midweek Flank Steak

    I haven't egged for a bit, but had a chance to this week - an afternoon/evening with no errands to be run or other domestic tasks to be done.

    I had a flank steak in the fridge, so I seasoned it up with Santa Maria style rub and let it come up to room temp:

    Put it on raised direct around 375, and let it go for about 20 minutes, with some frequent flipping and turning, since there is a hot spot in the back of the egg.

    I also dropped it to the lower grate to get a little extra color, then rested for about 10 minutes while one of the sides heated up. Sliced, and we had dinner last night and leftovers to go on our lunch salads for the rest of the week, and maybe flank steak tacos for an easy lunch or dinner this weekend while repainting one of the bedrooms in the house.

    Thanks for looking.
  • Re: Table Question

    Don't forget swag for your table. I'll be putting hooks on this weekend, and one will hold this:
  • Better than putting Legos together

    So my Christmas day was spent doing final construction on the table that my Father-in-Law had built for me together. It came from Durham to MD in pieces in the back of a jeep: