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    RE: Grilled Beef Tips

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    So, I won a $75 gift certificate to Tx Bar Organics - they have grass fed beef. I have company coming to stay with me in a week or so, so I decided to splurge a little and order their beef tenderloin tips.

    I'd like to marinade them and grill them, but I want something a little special. My guests include kids so something basic. I don't eat nightshades (tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, etc) or dairy so I'd like to keep it free of those things.

    Anyone have a great recipe to share? Any great side dish suggestions would be welcome too. I am not opposed to white rice, but am serving fish another night and was thinking of serving the fish with rice.

    Thanks!!
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    Long stalky lettuce leaves as wraps? It's always fun to involve your hands when eating.

    Grated carrot for a little colour? Shredded red cabbage? Pickled beetroot for tang? Just a few simple bowls of bright coloured veggies, chopped to drop into the wraps?

    Not necessarily the food itself (which is probably a nightshade/dairy nightmare for you ), but this kind of effect:

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    Bacon brussel sprouts are awesome with steak, so are grilled mushrooms. A good steak doesn't need much done to it other than cooking it properly. A traditional salad or two is always good, a cheese platter with fruit and nuts is good snacking and kid friendly, some fresh salsa with celery, cucumber or carrots, I don't think you can go wrong with good food!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pjgh View Post
    Long stalky lettuce leaves as wraps? It's always fun to involve your hands when eating.

    Grated carrot for a little colour? Shredded red cabbage? Pickled beetroot for tang? Just a few simple bowls of bright coloured veggies, chopped to drop into the wraps?

    Not necessarily the food itself (which is probably a nightshade/dairy nightmare for you ), but this kind of effect:

    That is so beautiful!! I love the idea - then people can choose whatever they want with the meat. I can make some safe choices for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by ElaineC View Post
    Bacon brussel sprouts are awesome with steak, so are grilled mushrooms. A good steak doesn't need much done to it other than cooking it properly. A traditional salad or two is always good, a cheese platter with fruit and nuts is good snacking and kid friendly, some fresh salsa with celery, cucumber or carrots, I don't think you can go wrong with good food!
    Grilled mushrooms are a great idea...the kids love mushrooms too. I love brussel sprouts but they always turn out crappy when I make them Fresh chopped veggies sound great.
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    I don't think you can go wrong with good food!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jammies View Post
    Grilled mushrooms are a great idea...the kids love mushrooms too. I love brussel sprouts but they always turn out crappy when I make them Fresh chopped veggies sound great.
    Maybe...you could try this recipe?

    Smokey, Sweet, Spicy Brussel Sprouts with Kielbasa primalpat
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    Grilled asparagus is good with steak too...

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