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Double smash swiss burger, in my great great great great great great great great great grandma’s cast iron.

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Tenderloin steak tips skewered with zucchini , summer squash , tomato and onion slices.  

And the cook needed a can of fuel to make dinner. The tips and the Ale are both done ! 

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Had steak grilled, mashed taters, and garlic scapes . Wife and I had never had them . Looked them up on the net . We decided  to saute them in olive oil pepper and salt.  Served them with a twist of lemon . Was pretty tasty . Note to anybody that has never done them , cut the seed pod off with tips and discard  as they are very woody . The good parts had the texture of asparagus with a  hint of garlic taste.  Rather mild but tasty. Looking forward  to garlic harvest .. another month or so I guess .

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Had steak grilled, mashed taters, and garlic scapes . Wife and I had never had them . Looked them up on the net . We decided  to saute them in olive oil pepper and salt.  Served them with a twist of lemon . Was pretty tasty . Note to anybody that has never done them , cut the seed pod off with tips and discard  as they are very woody . The good parts had the texture of asparagus with a  hint of garlic taste.  Rather mild but tasty. Looking forward  to garlic harvest .. another month or so I guess .
Funny you say this, I cut the scapes off of my garlic last night and ate them for the first time. Pretty good! They tasted like a garlic/green onion hybrid to me. I ate them raw though too.

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