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Sunday, November 22, 2015

What the Beck???

Recipe Review
Today’s Recipe and Location: Ginger Steak Salad
Found in: The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Dinnertime
Pages: 36 - 37   Copyright:  2015 Harper Collins

                  Sirloin Steak       Strip Steak           Rib-Eye Steak
2 servings         744 calories          601 calories          799 calories
3 servings         496 calories        401 calories          533 calories
4 servings         372 calories        301 calories          400 calories

(Please note that the calorie counts vary depending on the specific brands of ingredients that you choose to use.)

    This marinade was so flavorful!  I love any type of steak, and I used sirloin when I tried this wonderful recipe. If you are a steak lover then this is the salad for you, If you make 4 servings the calories are not outrageous.

 The ingredients I used to make this fab salad

 The meat must be marinated 
the day before, or earlier in the same 
day. I did it overnight.
Here is the marinade. 

Both pictures are awful but this is how I marinated it. 

 This one shows the garlic and fresh 
ginger better than the other one. 

First, I prepared the grill pan with a 
little olive oil.  I love this pan.

 Just look at that wonderful sirloin steak!

 Just look at those amazing grill lines. 
Who needs a real grill?

 Of course I used iceberg lettuce - no 
dark green for this girl.

The final product
You should make this one!

 My fence broke due to high winds
The green post is what I bought at Home Depot
to fix the fence.

 I hammered the green post in to the 
ground (about two to three feet)

 Here they are just next to the fence, 
but pounded way into the ground.

 My neighbor, Vlad, came home and brought out 
a mallet to do the final hit or two. 
Why don't I own a mallet?

A ladder help, too.
Vlad drilled two holes around each post,
 and tied to green post to the fence.
It was very stable, but it also added a 
stake in my yard to prevent the wind 
from pulling against what we did.  Now, 
just have to wait for the fence 
company to replace the post. 

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