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Geoff

Maybe your segment should be on the Twin Cities best hangover foods.

Shogunmoon

Why did he switch stations? At lease he isn't on against Lynn Risotto Caper anymore... Now it is possible to listen to food radio for three hours! woohoo.

Alexis

Geoff: that topic has been broached more than once on the show.

Shogunmoon: I called Andrew last week to get the scoop, but I got his voicemail. He called me back and got my voicemail. Then I went to Mexico and he went to Belgium, but I'll get it for you eventually.

ashby

Don't be afraid of political commentary on a food show. Expose stuff. Like...all that political backrooming that goes on at Denny's.

Don't pretend it doesn't.

Shogunmoon

Maybe he is a hardcore right winger, and feels more at home with the likes of Hannity? Ya just never know.

I think Lori and Julia are pissed at him though... I don't know if I would want to cross those two broads.

Jason

So, I know you're all vegan, but my wife wants steak for her birthday. Any suggestions instead of Murray's/Manny's?

Nick

Jason: Wildfire in Eden Prairie.

Shogunmoon

Erte up in norteast also has good steak, with a bit of a modern flair. Cheaper then Manny's as well.

Geoff

Jason,

Not sure when your wife's birthday is, and at the risk of alienating Alexis, here's more of what I would call a Father's Day Steak Recipe. Go to Forster's Meats on Hwy 55 in Plymouth (you know, right past Kare 11) and pick up a cold smoked ribeye steak. Let stand @ room temp for 90 minutes. Rub lightly with room temp butter & season with salt, cracked pepper and dash of Lowry's. Grill over high charcoal heat for ~4 minutes per side, rotating 45 degrees once per side. Remove, cover with foil & let rest for 10 minutes. Serve with a deep, peppery red wine like the 1996 Louis Martini Gnarly Vine Zinfandel. Sit on the back porch and contemplate man's place in the food chain and how charred beef awakens something primal as you tuck into this masterpiece.

"If god didn't want us to eat animals, then why did he make them out of meat?

When you wake up the next day, think about scheduling an EKG immediately.

Alexis

I'd say look no further than Jax Cafe.

How about Monte Carlo? Nye's? VIC'S?

I haven't eaten a steak in probably 10 years.

Shogunmoon

NO!!! I SAID ERTE, DAMMIT! THEY HAVE A COOL BAR WITH 241's TILL SEVEN!!

Sorry, bored and trolling today. Vegetarians rock. Vegetarian food, however, does not. Ok, vegetarian food at the Mordern actually rocks. Saffron mac and cheese? Hell yea.

Another surefire way to go is to take 1/4 cup ground mustard, 1/4 cup L&P Worcestershire, and one lime. Rub with mustart, marinate in the L&P. Grill at high to 135 degrees. Squeexe lime juice on finished steak. Chow.

Erte's Menu-
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Geoff

sounds like a good recipe... but i would try it on a tenderloin or tri-tip. no need to marinate a nicely marbled ribeye.

Shogunmoon

Oh yea, good point. I usually do that on sirloin, a much m ore humble cut...

Geoff

Nothing like girlfriday's web site for a forum on cuts of beef!

Jason

Sorry for starting the beef talk here. I've been to Erte a couple times... love that place.

Jason

We did Jax's.. thanks for the tip! How cool that they print out the matchbook with your name on it! The charred ribeye was quite nice, smothered with mushrooms and onions... but the fried asparagus appetizer was the best part! Yummy.

Alexis

Kick ass, I'm glad you liked it. You can never go wrong with Jax Cafe. And they're so old school!

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