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Discussion in 'Food & Cooking' started by jimyra, Sep 1, 2016.
Everyone have a great Labor Day weekend and be safe.
Steak steak steak.
London broil is $1.99/lb. this week so I see burgers in our future, lobster is $5.99/lb. so maybe lobster rolls one day too. Fresh corn, tomatoes & peppers all work well together. Going to the tractor pulls at the county fair saturday so will probably eat something there. Nothing like fair food at the end of summer.
2 BBQ parties scheduled, one at my house, no idea what I'm going to grill yet. Guess I'll be watching this thread! /img/vbsmilies/smilies/smile.gif
Steak steak steak! Everyone loves a good steak. And for a big party I like skirt steak, so cheap and easy. Shrimp skewers are so easy and everyone loves them too. Or, you could go Long Island clam bake!
Our labour day is on 1 May, so definitely not sure what I am going to eat by then /img/vbsmilies/smilies/rollsmile.gif
Hopefully I have time to do some beef ribs on the bbq this weekend
I wish! Steak is getting quite expensive over here and it may not be my choice right now... and boy how much do I LOOOOVE skirt steak but here it's expensive - $14.99 at the store I like to buy meat from (even their bone-in rib-eye steaks are less expensive than that). I know, most of you probably think it's crazy money, but this is L.A. I'm sure you can get cheap skirt steak at a tiny carniceria but I've found a source I trust, and I'd rather buy from them when I can.
But steak is good, you're right, for sure. So I'm thinking maybe a couple of tri-tip roasts. That should work!
The LA prices are outrageous, a friend lives in Hollywood steps from a Gelsons, he will send me pictures of meat in the case with crazy prices when the same cut and grade here is $15-20lb less.
I offered to bring a picnic to my sister in laws place on the river. The sister and her husband, they are great friends. Now wife and sister have me up to 18 attending. I have to go back to the store.
pecan pie and Ice cream
It should be fun. We have grandchildren to teach about watermelon fights.
Ended up finding Prime tri-tip for $7.49.lb at Costco, now that's reasonable, at least by L.A. standards. So tri-tips and bratwursts because kids just love sausages. Gotta have to think of a couple salads to accompany all that.