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Old June 17, 2017   #1
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Went to garden yesterday some of the soft neck garlic was ready to dig, then looked at the potato patch a few plants had died back (I probably should have watered more) so I decided to dig them up also... mmmmmm new potatoes. I think I'll have creamed peas with new potatoes and a few golden shallots for supper!




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Do you ever cream new potatoes with green beans?
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My Wife and I were just talking about what to eat for tomorrow's Fathers Day meal. The meat is going to be a couple of grilled NY Strip steaks. The package of two steaks weighs 1.31 lb. My wife won't be able to eat all of hers, so I'm thinking about small/medium baked potatoes as the side. A true steak and taters meal.
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Do you ever cream new potatoes with green beans?

No I've never tried them with green beans, but then again, anything mixed with creamed new potatoes is good in my book. My green beans aren't ready to pick yet.
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My Wife and I were just talking about what to eat for tomorrow's Fathers Day meal. The meat is going to be a couple of grilled NY Strip steaks. The package of two steaks weighs 1.31 lb. My wife won't be able to eat all of hers, so I'm thinking about small/medium baked potatoes as the side. A true steak and taters meal.
Hard to beat a NY Strip steak, bone in ribeye is a close second.
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