Discussion in 'Campfire Chat - General Discussions' started by Blessmag, Mar 24, 2012.
Ohhh man, I could so put that on the grill right now.. if our Texas friends wouldn't mind.
How thoughtful of you, Gary!
What are you going to have?
go for it henry,too much marble for me
Well, with some good bbq sauce, a side of jalapeno pinto beans, maybe some corn on the cob and some tea - I like Texas!
I've never tried jalapeno pinto beans, though I do put jalapeno slices on every single cold-cut sandwich that I put together, but hey, if you say they're good then yeah, I'll try 'em with my next steak! Thanks for the suggestion!
I think you'll like the combination! I usually throw a little handful into the beans while they are simmering on the wood stove - I just think wood stoves were made for making beans!
And if you are not into steak:
Think the ballparks are out to do in the week-end warriors who attend! If you find just the lonely weiner too greasy and the steak too marbly, here is The Strasburger:
8 pounds, I'm told, containing cheddar cheese, hamburger, hot dog, and a gi-normous amount of pickles. Spendy, but one buck goes to a children's medical charity!
Wow, that's one beautiful sandwich but a little on the 'stacked too high' side, I could see all of that slidin' out the other end when I bite into it. Better gimme a fork with that too.
I was thinking you'd need to unhinge your jaws like a snake to wrap your face around that sandwich! Wee might too many pickles for me (even though there's a reason for them).
There was a place down the road named Hi-Yoo-Hee-Hee where the burgers with all the fixin's were as big as a dinner plate and then some. They made their own buns and gave you three more plates as it would serve the whole family. Add the greasy fries and the coke (maybe some coleslaw) and you were on your way to gustatory heaven!
Texas tan line
Now you done it. It is 56 degrees here, but after seeing that steak Im going to have to go out and fire up the charcoal grill. The t bones I have look a little like Texas with no alterations.
Always remember to stop and smell the flowers.