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Christine Dabney

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for Christmas dinner....

I am wanting roast beef..WITH Bearnaise sauce. Now Bearnaise goes
really good with a tenderloin..and probably other cuts as well...

For just one person, what would you suggest? Other than a steak, that
is.. Or should it be steak?

I love the idea of a roast....and the leftover beef and the resulting
roast beef hash....

But tenderloin is SOOO expensive?

Got ideas?

Christine
 
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Michael \Dog3\ Lonergan

Guest
Christine Dabney <[email protected]> looking for trouble wrote in
news:[email protected]:

> for Christmas dinner....
>
> I am wanting roast beef..WITH Bearnaise sauce. Now Bearnaise goes
> really good with a tenderloin..and probably other cuts as well...
>
> For just one person, what would you suggest? Other than a steak, that
> is.. Or should it be steak?
>
> I love the idea of a roast....and the leftover beef and the resulting
> roast beef hash....
>
> But tenderloin is SOOO expensive?
>
> Got ideas?
>
> Christine
>


You by your lonesome on Christmas? Can you get to St. Louis? We'll take
you home to my mother's house with us. The food will be just okay. Mom says
she makes it, but we all know it's catered. There will be a rib roast,
horseradish sauce, and all the trimmings. You are welcome to join us.

Michael

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Michael \Dog3\ Lonergan

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Christine Dabney <[email protected]> looking for trouble wrote in
news:[email protected]:

> for Christmas dinner....
>
> I am wanting roast beef..WITH Bearnaise sauce. Now Bearnaise goes
> really good with a tenderloin..and probably other cuts as well...
>
> For just one person, what would you suggest? Other than a steak, that
> is.. Or should it be steak?
>
> I love the idea of a roast....and the leftover beef and the resulting
> roast beef hash....
>
> But tenderloin is SOOO expensive?
>
> Got ideas?
>
> Christine
>


You by your lonesome on Christmas? Can you get to St. Louis? We'll take
you home to my mother's house with us. The food will be just okay. Mom says
she makes it, but we all know it's catered. There will be a rib roast,
horseradish sauce, and all the trimmings. You are welcome to join us.

Michael

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....Bacteria: The rear entrance to a cafeteria.

All gramatical errors and misspellings due to Ramsey the cyber kitten. He
now owns all keyboards and computing devices in the household and has the
final say on what is, or is not, posted.
Send email to dog30 at charter dot net
 
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Christine Dabney

Guest
On Sun, 11 Dec 2005 10:01:02 GMT, "Michael \"Dog3\" Lonergan"
<[email protected]> wrote:

>Christine Dabney <[email protected]> looking for trouble wrote in
>news:[email protected]:
>
>> for Christmas dinner....
>>
>> I am wanting roast beef..WITH Bearnaise sauce. Now Bearnaise goes
>> really good with a tenderloin..and probably other cuts as well...
>>
>> For just one person, what would you suggest? Other than a steak, that
>> is.. Or should it be steak?
>>
>> I love the idea of a roast....and the leftover beef and the resulting
>> roast beef hash....
>>
>> But tenderloin is SOOO expensive?
>>
>> Got ideas?
>>
>> Christine
>>

>
>You by your lonesome on Christmas? Can you get to St. Louis? We'll take
>you home to my mother's house with us. The food will be just okay. Mom says
>she makes it, but we all know it's catered. There will be a rib roast,
>horseradish sauce, and all the trimmings. You are welcome to join us.
>
>Michael


I wish I could..but I am here in northern California...and I only get
off work on my last shift of this assignment that Christmas morning.
So, thanks, but No Thanks.

So, I am cooking dinner here for myself. Unless I can con sf or
Tammy to invite me for dinner...
Ssshhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhsssssssssssssss....don't tell them I said that...
LOL...

Christine
 
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Christine Dabney

Guest
On Sun, 11 Dec 2005 10:01:02 GMT, "Michael \"Dog3\" Lonergan"
<[email protected]> wrote:

>Christine Dabney <[email protected]> looking for trouble wrote in
>news:[email protected]:
>
>> for Christmas dinner....
>>
>> I am wanting roast beef..WITH Bearnaise sauce. Now Bearnaise goes
>> really good with a tenderloin..and probably other cuts as well...
>>
>> For just one person, what would you suggest? Other than a steak, that
>> is.. Or should it be steak?
>>
>> I love the idea of a roast....and the leftover beef and the resulting
>> roast beef hash....
>>
>> But tenderloin is SOOO expensive?
>>
>> Got ideas?
>>
>> Christine
>>

>
>You by your lonesome on Christmas? Can you get to St. Louis? We'll take
>you home to my mother's house with us. The food will be just okay. Mom says
>she makes it, but we all know it's catered. There will be a rib roast,
>horseradish sauce, and all the trimmings. You are welcome to join us.
>
>Michael


I wish I could..but I am here in northern California...and I only get
off work on my last shift of this assignment that Christmas morning.
So, thanks, but No Thanks.

So, I am cooking dinner here for myself. Unless I can con sf or
Tammy to invite me for dinner...
Ssshhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhsssssssssssssss....don't tell them I said that...
LOL...

Christine
 
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Damsel in dis Dress

Guest
On Sun, 11 Dec 2005 01:50:54 -0800, Christine Dabney
<[email protected]> wrote:

> for Christmas dinner....
>
> I am wanting roast beef..WITH Bearnaise sauce. Now Bearnaise goes
> really good with a tenderloin..and probably other cuts as well...
>
> For just one person, what would you suggest? Other than a steak, that
> is.. Or should it be steak?
>
> I love the idea of a roast....and the leftover beef and the resulting
> roast beef hash....
>
> But tenderloin is SOOO expensive?


Roast beef is delicious, especially the recipe that you've shared. Oh,
my, is that good! But it's also sort of an anytime meal.

A nice slab (okay, I really like it!) of tenderloin would be more of a
special treat in my eyes. It's once a year. I'd spring for the steak
if it's within your budget.

You KNOW you want the steak. It's that pesky practical side of you
that's getting you all confused. LOL!

Carol
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Damsel in dis Dress

Guest
On Sun, 11 Dec 2005 01:50:54 -0800, Christine Dabney
<[email protected]> wrote:

> for Christmas dinner....
>
> I am wanting roast beef..WITH Bearnaise sauce. Now Bearnaise goes
> really good with a tenderloin..and probably other cuts as well...
>
> For just one person, what would you suggest? Other than a steak, that
> is.. Or should it be steak?
>
> I love the idea of a roast....and the leftover beef and the resulting
> roast beef hash....
>
> But tenderloin is SOOO expensive?


Roast beef is delicious, especially the recipe that you've shared. Oh,
my, is that good! But it's also sort of an anytime meal.

A nice slab (okay, I really like it!) of tenderloin would be more of a
special treat in my eyes. It's once a year. I'd spring for the steak
if it's within your budget.

You KNOW you want the steak. It's that pesky practical side of you
that's getting you all confused. LOL!

Carol
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Christine Dabney

Guest
On Sun, 11 Dec 2005 10:01:02 GMT, "Michael \"Dog3\" Lonergan"
<[email protected]> wrote:

>You by your lonesome on Christmas? Can you get to St. Louis? We'll take
>you home to my mother's house with us. The food will be just okay. Mom says
>she makes it, but we all know it's catered. There will be a rib roast,
>horseradish sauce, and all the trimmings. You are welcome to join us.
>
>Michael


Plus, I want Bearnaise sauce..... I gotta have it.....

Christine
 
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Christine Dabney

Guest
On Sun, 11 Dec 2005 10:01:02 GMT, "Michael \"Dog3\" Lonergan"
<[email protected]> wrote:

>You by your lonesome on Christmas? Can you get to St. Louis? We'll take
>you home to my mother's house with us. The food will be just okay. Mom says
>she makes it, but we all know it's catered. There will be a rib roast,
>horseradish sauce, and all the trimmings. You are welcome to join us.
>
>Michael


Plus, I want Bearnaise sauce..... I gotta have it.....

Christine
 
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Christine Dabney

Guest
On Sun, 11 Dec 2005 04:05:40 -0600, Damsel in dis Dress
<[email protected]> wrote:

>On Sun, 11 Dec 2005 01:50:54 -0800, Christine Dabney
><[email protected]> wrote:
>
>> for Christmas dinner....
>>
>> I am wanting roast beef..WITH Bearnaise sauce. Now Bearnaise goes
>> really good with a tenderloin..and probably other cuts as well...
>>
>> For just one person, what would you suggest? Other than a steak, that
>> is.. Or should it be steak?
>>
>> I love the idea of a roast....and the leftover beef and the resulting
>> roast beef hash....
>>
>> But tenderloin is SOOO expensive?

>
>Roast beef is delicious, especially the recipe that you've shared. Oh,
>my, is that good! But it's also sort of an anytime meal.
>

What recipe? I shared a roast beef recipe? I know I shared the pot
roast..but that isn;'t really roast beef...
>A nice slab (okay, I really like it!) of tenderloin would be more of a
>special treat in my eyes. It's once a year. I'd spring for the steak
>if it's within your budget.
>
>You KNOW you want the steak. It's that pesky practical side of you
>that's getting you all confused. LOL!
>

It's the Bearnaise I want..with the roast beef... I got my priorities
straight.... ;)

You guys up? Wanna chat?
>Carol
 
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Christine Dabney

Guest
On Sun, 11 Dec 2005 04:05:40 -0600, Damsel in dis Dress
<[email protected]> wrote:

>On Sun, 11 Dec 2005 01:50:54 -0800, Christine Dabney
><[email protected]> wrote:
>
>> for Christmas dinner....
>>
>> I am wanting roast beef..WITH Bearnaise sauce. Now Bearnaise goes
>> really good with a tenderloin..and probably other cuts as well...
>>
>> For just one person, what would you suggest? Other than a steak, that
>> is.. Or should it be steak?
>>
>> I love the idea of a roast....and the leftover beef and the resulting
>> roast beef hash....
>>
>> But tenderloin is SOOO expensive?

>
>Roast beef is delicious, especially the recipe that you've shared. Oh,
>my, is that good! But it's also sort of an anytime meal.
>

What recipe? I shared a roast beef recipe? I know I shared the pot
roast..but that isn;'t really roast beef...
>A nice slab (okay, I really like it!) of tenderloin would be more of a
>special treat in my eyes. It's once a year. I'd spring for the steak
>if it's within your budget.
>
>You KNOW you want the steak. It's that pesky practical side of you
>that's getting you all confused. LOL!
>

It's the Bearnaise I want..with the roast beef... I got my priorities
straight.... ;)

You guys up? Wanna chat?
>Carol
 
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Damsel in dis Dress

Guest
On Sun, 11 Dec 2005 02:10:38 -0800, Christine Dabney
<[email protected]> wrote:

> On Sun, 11 Dec 2005 04:05:40 -0600, Damsel in dis Dress
> <[email protected]> wrote:
>
> >Roast beef is delicious, especially the recipe that you've shared. Oh,
> >my, is that good! But it's also sort of an anytime meal.
> >

> What recipe? I shared a roast beef recipe? I know I shared the pot
> roast..but that isn;'t really roast beef...


It's beef. And you roast it. It's roast beef. What do you call
roast beef down there in Californ-i-a?

> >You KNOW you want the steak. It's that pesky practical side of you
> >that's getting you all confused. LOL!
> >

> It's the Bearnaise I want..with the roast beef... I got my priorities
> straight.... ;)


So why are you asking us what to do, silly? Get whatever you refer to
as roast beef, and make some sauce to go on it. ; )

> You guys up? Wanna chat?


Yeah, that sounds good, for a little bit, anyway. I'm tired, but
having trouble sleeping.

Carol
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Damsel in dis Dress

Guest
On Sun, 11 Dec 2005 02:10:38 -0800, Christine Dabney
<[email protected]> wrote:

> On Sun, 11 Dec 2005 04:05:40 -0600, Damsel in dis Dress
> <[email protected]> wrote:
>
> >Roast beef is delicious, especially the recipe that you've shared. Oh,
> >my, is that good! But it's also sort of an anytime meal.
> >

> What recipe? I shared a roast beef recipe? I know I shared the pot
> roast..but that isn;'t really roast beef...


It's beef. And you roast it. It's roast beef. What do you call
roast beef down there in Californ-i-a?

> >You KNOW you want the steak. It's that pesky practical side of you
> >that's getting you all confused. LOL!
> >

> It's the Bearnaise I want..with the roast beef... I got my priorities
> straight.... ;)


So why are you asking us what to do, silly? Get whatever you refer to
as roast beef, and make some sauce to go on it. ; )

> You guys up? Wanna chat?


Yeah, that sounds good, for a little bit, anyway. I'm tired, but
having trouble sleeping.

Carol
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Melba's Jammin'

Guest
In article <[email protected]>,
Christine Dabney <[email protected]> wrote:

> for Christmas dinner....
>
> I am wanting roast beef..WITH Bearnaise sauce. Now Bearnaise goes
> really good with a tenderloin..and probably other cuts as well...
>
> For just one person, what would you suggest? Other than a steak, that
> is.. Or should it be steak?
>
> I love the idea of a roast....and the leftover beef and the resulting
> roast beef hash....
>
> But tenderloin is SOOO expensive?
>
> Got ideas?
>
> Christine


I used to know a recipe for roasting one or two bones of a rib roast
(prime rib) that involved roasting from a frozen state. Wonder if I
could find it. That small size, roasted from frozen would allow the
right doneness. You'd have roast beast for your bearnaise sauce and
leftovers to do something with. I'm not seeing hash from a rib roast,
though. But that's just me.
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Farfel with Mushrooms. Jeez!
 
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Tara

Guest
On Sun, 11 Dec 2005 07:40:14 -0600, Melba's Jammin'
<[email protected]> wrote:

>I used to know a recipe for roasting one or two bones of a rib roast
>(prime rib) that involved roasting from a frozen state. Wonder if I
>could find it. That small size, roasted from frozen would allow the
>right doneness. You'd have roast beast for your bearnaise sauce and
>leftovers to do something with. I'm not seeing hash from a rib roast,
>though. But that's just me.


That recipe is in the second I Hate to Cook Book. I have the book;
I'd be glad to post the recipe if anyone wants it.

Tara
 
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hahabogus

Guest
Christine Dabney wrote:

> for Christmas dinner....
>
> I am wanting roast beef..WITH Bearnaise sauce. Now Bearnaise goes
> really good with a tenderloin..and probably other cuts as well...
>
> For just one person, what would you suggest? Other than a steak, that
> is.. Or should it be steak?
>
> I love the idea of a roast....and the leftover beef and the resulting
> roast beef hash....
>
> But tenderloin is SOOO expensive?
>
> Got ideas?
>
> Christine

I really think that Turkey is mandatory at Xmas. I believe this, because I
like turkey and like you I live alone. And I mostly cook and dine alone.
How else can you get turkey stuffing, for the traditional stuffing
sandwiches or the comfort foods of my youth like; turkey al a king, turkey
noodle soup and turkey pot pies? Sure I will have my family over for dinner
(my 2 adult kids, 1 SIL and my 1 grandchild), I too fight for the leftovers
(another Xmas tradition).


PS if this post looks weird...I've gone over to linux for a while till my
other system is fixed...
 
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OmManiPadmeOmelet

Guest
In article <[email protected]>,
Christine Dabney <[email protected]> wrote:

> for Christmas dinner....
>
> I am wanting roast beef..WITH Bearnaise sauce. Now Bearnaise goes
> really good with a tenderloin..and probably other cuts as well...
>
> For just one person, what would you suggest? Other than a steak, that
> is.. Or should it be steak?
>
> I love the idea of a roast....and the leftover beef and the resulting
> roast beef hash....
>
> But tenderloin is SOOO expensive?
>
> Got ideas?
>
> Christine


It's only once per year. :)
You can afford it!

Get what you want.......

Cheers!
--
Om.

"My mother never saw the irony in calling me a son-of-a-*****." -Jack Nicholson
 
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Christine Dabney

Guest
On Sun, 11 Dec 2005 11:05:04 -0600, hahabogus <[email protected]> wrote:

>I really think that Turkey is mandatory at Xmas. I believe this, because I
>like turkey and like you I live alone. And I mostly cook and dine alone.
>How else can you get turkey stuffing, for the traditional stuffing
>sandwiches or the comfort foods of my youth like; turkey al a king, turkey
>noodle soup and turkey pot pies? Sure I will have my family over for dinner
>(my 2 adult kids, 1 SIL and my 1 grandchild), I too fight for the leftovers
>(another Xmas tradition).


I had turkey at Thanksgiving. I am turkeyed out. ;)

You have turkey and all the leftovers,and I will have roast beef. ;)

Christine
 
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Nexis

Guest
"Christine Dabney" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> for Christmas dinner....
>
> I am wanting roast beef..WITH Bearnaise sauce. Now Bearnaise goes
> really good with a tenderloin..and probably other cuts as well...
>
> For just one person, what would you suggest? Other than a steak, that
> is.. Or should it be steak?
>
> I love the idea of a roast....and the leftover beef and the resulting
> roast beef hash....
>
> But tenderloin is SOOO expensive?
>
> Got ideas?
>
> Christine


Well....I'm making a rib roast...you bring the béarnaise, and we'll call it
even!!

And if ya can't make it to Sandy Eggo, I'd splurge for the cut you like the
best. Even a smallish rib roast- you can always use the leftovers!

kimberly
 
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The Bubbo

Guest
Nexis wrote:
>
> "Christine Dabney" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> news:[email protected]
>> for Christmas dinner....
>>
>> I am wanting roast beef..WITH Bearnaise sauce. Now Bearnaise goes
>> really good with a tenderloin..and probably other cuts as well...
>>
>> For just one person, what would you suggest? Other than a steak, that
>> is.. Or should it be steak?
>>
>> I love the idea of a roast....and the leftover beef and the resulting
>> roast beef hash....
>>
>> But tenderloin is SOOO expensive?
>>
>> Got ideas?
>>
>> Christine

>
> Well....I'm making a rib roast...you bring the béarnaise, and we'll call it
> even!!
>
> And if ya can't make it to Sandy Eggo, I'd splurge for the cut you like the
> best. Even a smallish rib roast- you can always use the leftovers!
>
> kimberly
>
>


I once made a rib roast for christmas and it ended up costing me about $65 for
a 5 pound roast. It was super expensive but worth every penny. I made a great
dinner for my family and had enough leftovers to gnaw on the next day.

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