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Unread 12-22-2010, 09:56 AM   #16
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Thanks for sharing! That is another stellar photo you have there. It is hard to resist trying to eat my monitor.
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Unread 12-22-2010, 10:07 AM   #17
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My wife got her cookbook as a gift. There are several winners in it.
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Unread 12-22-2010, 11:52 AM   #18
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Yummmm!! I have got to try this SOON!!

BTW I <3 P-Dub!! She's the best!!
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Yeah, Ree is great. She was very kind to post a feature about me this past
February, and featured one of my family recipes in October. They are on
her Tasty Kitchen recipe site, which I recommend very highly.

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Yeah, Ree is great. She was very kind to post a feature about me this past
February, and featured one of my family recipes in October. They are on
her Tasty Kitchen recipe site, which I recommend very highly.

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Oh wow!! That is awesome!! I am definitly checking out your blog...those recipes looked so good!! And I love the Tasty Kitchen website! It's the only place I ever search for recipes!
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That looks really good and would love to try it. We don't drink and don't keep alcohol in the house. What could be used for a substitue for the Cognac or brandy?
Check this out: Alcohol Substitutions Chart

I think that a mixture of a little water, apricot nectar and a dash of prune
juice (or maybe cola) might get you pretty close.

Another idea might be (and I wince just mentioning this) to use cooking
sherry and leave out the bouillon. That stuff is very salty.

Hope this helps,
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Unread 12-22-2010, 12:39 PM   #22
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If you ever compiled a cook book John, I'd buy it.
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Very nice John...thank you for sharing the recipe. It is similar to my wife`s Bistro Steaks...just add some minced shallots to your sauce...
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If you ever compiled a cook book John, I'd buy it.
Thanks for the kind words of encouragement.

I've been toying with the idea of self-publishing a cookbook. I have about 125
recipes, so it might be doable at some point.

The main problem is that I would have to cook and re-shoot a lot of the
pictures. Some from back in the day are downright gnarly.

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Very nice John...thank you for sharing the recipe. It is similar to my wife`s Bistro Steaks...just add some minced shallots to your sauce...
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It's funny that you mention shallots. I had one in my drawer and didn't think
to use it until it was too late. I will next time.

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I used to make this all the time but haven't in years. Thanks for the reminder. I'll have to try your recipe.
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Thanks for the kind words of encouragement.

I've been toying with the idea of self-publishing a cookbook. I have about 125
recipes, so it might be doable at some point.

The main problem is that I would have to cook and re-shoot a lot of the
pictures. Some from back in the day are downright gnarly.

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That's OK, I can wait.
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Thanks for the kind words of encouragement.

I've been toying with the idea of self-publishing a cookbook. I have about 125
recipes, so it might be doable at some point.

John
It is a lot easier self publishing now that it was even 2 years ago. Lots of shops now have digital book making equipment that makes it as easy to do 100 books as it does 5000.
Any put me on the list to buy!

Great looking steak. I printed that recipe.
Best of luck and Happy Holidays!
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that looks great! next time you cook it make room for me
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