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    Quote Originally Posted by cori93437 View Post
    Braise some lamb shanks... that should help.
    Ah, that might just do it. I will go out later and look for some. Well, some that are not as expensive as a car payment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by canio6 View Post
    Ah, that might just do it. I will go out later and look for some. Well, some that are not as expensive as a car payment.
    I cheat a bit... a local store has a brand that is vacuum sealed but is a grassfed brand from NZ... every time I see one tagged down for quick sale because it's near it's due date I snatch it. And when I have a few in the freezer I thaw and cook them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cori93437 View Post
    I cheat a bit... a local store has a brand that is vacuum sealed but is a grassfed brand from NZ... every time I see one tagged down for quick sale because it's near it's due date I snatch it. And when I have a few in the freezer I thaw and cook them.
    Ah, good plan. Ours apparently are dusted with fairy dust ($1,000/gram) packaged in the silk of the rarest Chinese silk moths ($3,000/sq inch) and then blessed by the last remaining high priest of the New Zealand Sheep Cult (services starting at $2,000/minute) resulting in a price somewhere north of your first born child.
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    Around here, they're aged in the Pope's bedchambers ($100/ second), blessed by the last Easter Island priest ($1000/ word, plus airfare and room/ board), and gently thawed on a pretty ladies chest ($5000/ second/ cup). Resulting price: 1 arm, 3 legs, and a spine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by naiadknight View Post
    Around here, they're aged in the Pope's bedchambers ($100/ second), blessed by the last Easter Island priest ($1000/ word, plus airfare and room/ board), and gently thawed on a pretty ladies chest ($5000/ second/ cup). Resulting price: 1 arm, 3 legs, and a spine.
    It seems we have similar suppliers. At least yours gets to touch boob.
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    I guess I won't be having lamb shanks anytime soon. I do have a goat we can feast on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pebbles67 View Post
    I guess I won't be having lamb shanks anytime soon. I do have a goat we can feast on.
    Color me jealous.
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    So dinner today is courtesy of the hospital - peppercorn crusted tenderloin of beef with a red wine reduction, lobster tail with hollandaise 'meringue', and shrimp cocktail. The board members also got asparagus with brown butter and toasted almonds as well as yukon gold and celeriac gratin but I skipped that and am enjoying meaty goodness.

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    Ah, the potato thing is really amusing to me. Not eating potatoes. More power to you if you eat them but the 'only' potato hack people. I find it hilarious that they crucified the one dude for doing a potato experiment (that did not work for him) because he ate other things (protein) besides potatoes, but if you read their potato thread it says things about frying the potatoes (because that added fat is potato fat I am sure), not giving up their coffee with hvy cream and milk (potato milk? ), adding broth (Potato...okay, this is getting ridiculous).

    I guess I just do not get the "I am doing only potatoes*"

    *only potatoes includes butter, hvy cream, olive oil, various spices and herbs, broths, beverages that are not water, the occasional egg, sometimes an entire water buffalo, the contents of my CSA box, 2 racks of ribs, the half a snickers I found under my car seat...

    Seriously, boil them, eat them. Otherwise, please do not say you are only eating potatoes.

    It reminds me of my old WW days. Random WW person "I am not losing weight and all I ate today was salad!" Me: "Only salad? Like lettuce and cucumber and stuff?" RWWP: "Yeah! Oh, and 1/2 a cup of full fat ranch, and croutons, and bacon bits and maybe 1/2 a cup of cheese, oh, and bread sticks and..." Me: "Right, ONLY salad."
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    Potato broth = the leftover water from boiling potatoes. It's probably a bit starchy. Which is good for...starchy water. I guess. It is all a bit silly. Eat whatever works, but try not to generalize. I guess that's my motto?
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