What do you eat after cycling?



hungrycyclist

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Hello one and all from a cold London town.

In May this year I am embarking on an interactive pedal powered gastronomic tour of The Americas in search of the perfect meal.

(Do have a peep at my website to find out more about this bizzare dream www.thehungrycyclist.com )

I want to know where and what I should be eating after a hard days cyling.

The best produce, traditional dishes, the best people to eat with. food festivals. If you think it's good let me know. After all, there are many factors that make up the perfect meal...:p

My route is in your hands so do please let me have your suggestions in the advice section of the website or look at what other people have sugested for your own use.

Have fun and stay hungry and who knows we could be eating togeather soon



Tom
 

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hungrycyclist said:
Hello one and all from a cold London town.

In May this year I am embarking on an interactive pedal powered gastronomic tour of The Americas in search of the perfect meal.

I want to know where and what I should be eating after a hard days cyling.

The best produce, traditional dishes, the best people to eat with. food festivals. If you think it's good let me know. After all, there are many factors that make up the perfect meal...:p

Give this a try after one of your rides:
It's my fav.


Frontier Buffalo Cowboy Steak On Watercress

Amount Measure Ingredient -- Preparation Method
-------- ------------ --------------------------------
5 ounces kosher salt
5 ounces brown sugar
2 ounces chipotle powder
1 ounce black pepper
smoked tomato vinaigrette:
5 tomatoes seeded -- smoked or baked
2 cloves roasted garlic
1/2 teaspoon minced tarragon
1/3 cup balsamic vinegar
salt and pepper
1 cowboy (28-ounce) steak with T bone
1/3 pound watercress -- trimmed and washed
1/3 pound totsoi -- washed
3 big beautiful ripe red tomatoes -- sliced 1/2-inch
-- thick
3 candy cane beets -- peeled, baked,
-- julienne and cooled
1/3 pound haricots verts -- picked, blanched
-- and cooled

In a bowl combine first four, rub ingredients. In a blender, blend all
vinaigrette ingredients.

Sprinkle 1-ounce of rub on the two sides of steak. Rub the mix into
the meat. Let meat sit for 30 minutes. Grill or saute on high heat for
7 minutes, and turn on other side for another 7 minutes. Turn on first
side and cook 4 minutes and repeat on other side. Allow to rest for
ten minutes.

Place watercress and totsoi on plate, add tomatoes, alternating
colors. Slice beef and place on plate. Garnish with beets and beans.
Drizzle with dressing around salad.

bon a pétit

check this site after dinner
www.kingzoftheroad.com :cool: