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What is everyone eating tonight!

Fear No Deer

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Oh yah picked up a couple at that price at Walmart, great deal.

Tonight my daughter freshly graduate from culinary school is cooking us some strip lion steaks and scallops, she has had the steak marinating in fresh herbs and garlic for a couple of days know, should be good I would think and of course I cut my steaks about 1 1/2" thick.
 

NAHMINT

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Never had BBQ octopus BUT a friend from GREECE used to oickle them........ it was actually EXCELLENT !!! But then,after all the most excellent METAXA (?)

Brandy, I guess even tripe would have tasted almost palatable !!!
 

Fella

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Never had BBQ octopus BUT a friend from GREECE used to oickle them........ it was actually EXCELLENT !!! But then,after all the most excellent METAXA (?)

Brandy, I guess even tripe would have tasted almost palatable !!!
It was great! I boiled it in salted water for 90 seconds then put it on a bed of herbs in a Dutch oven at low temp in the oven for 30 minutes, then marinaded in lemon, garlic, oregano for about an hour before lightly charring it.

Side story, this was given to me by a friend who free dives. He speared the octopus to the ocean floor and the thing bent his half inch steel spear while trying to get away. He eventually wrestled it to shore. Turned out to be a good sized octopus, at least a 6 foot span