Thursday, October 19, 2017
The initial grilling
Then there was today:
Surprise, Son Mark and his faithful companion Janie, the Bull dog stopped by for a day and night on his way to NC to see his new Grandson Maverick. He also needed to install shocks on his truck so he did it here. I actually helped get it up off the ground a little so he could work under it and got some tools. He did all the work, I didn’t even get under the truck except to look. LOL
Since we have a grill Sherry and I had planned to cook us a steak on the grill. WE were actually in the grocery store when he called and said he was at our house. So we threw another steak in the basket and came home.
Since I was doing the grilling, I prepared the Potatoes (I started them in the Micro wave for about 8 minutes then wrapped them in foil for the grill. At the same time I did some veggies (green peppers, carrots, celery and onions. I am a fan of Ms Dash since the only herbs and spices I know are ‘salt and pepper’.
For the fun of it I sliced a potato long ways and nuked it 4 minutes and put the slices on the grill. Sherry made a big salad for each of us and we had a great meal.
Now, I have wondered if I could grill a steak and later pressure cook it. MY thoughts are, will that make a tough(er) steak good and tender. Have you ever tried it? So today I cooked an extra top sirloin steak. I plan to put it in the pressure cooker for about 12-15 minutes this Saturday and give my theory a test.
Okay, to end with a fact of our wonderfully created bodies:
Feet have 500,000 sweat glands and can produce more than a pint of sweat a day.
(When I read that I understood why mama said, "Jackie, you leave the tennis shoes outside." Some folk called them sneakers, we always called them tennis shoes, and never played tennis!)
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