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We also did marinated tofu Kabobs and boiled & grilled potatoes (which has quickly become my favorite way to have potatoes, seriously delicious!)
I Haven’t had a strip steak in a long time, but the thickness & marbling of that one was calling out to me so I had to… And it was more delicious as I remembered it being!
And if you haven’t tried potatoes this way, please do yourself a favor and try them…NOW!
Fill a pot with water to cover at least an inch or so above a bunch of potatoes that are roughly the same size (or trim them to be that way) then add the potatoes before you turn the heat on (boiling water splashes are no fun, trust me!) and add a generous amount of salt once the water is almost at a boil. (adding salt before hand can put pock marks on your pot, won’t affect your cooking but your pot won’t look as beautiful as it could down the road.)
Once the potatoes are nearly done take them out of the water and toss in a neutral oil (canola, vegetable etc.) salt and some spices of your choosing. (an Italian blend seems to work well for us) and then give them 10 or so minutes on a good hot grill to char them up a bit… Charred potato skins smothered with butter???
I know Kramer, but wait ’till you try it… Delicious!
Good night folks, see you soon.
As we are all getting back to normal I think it’s important to remember that we’re not out of the weeds yet, and each province has their own Health recommendations based on the provinces individual risk assessment and I would recommend that you follow the recommendations for your specific province. Information can be found at the following websites.
So there you go, a little reading material for you.
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