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    Best thing you cooked in 2013?

    I thought it might be fun if everybody post a picture of (or wrote about) the best thing they cooked in 2013?

    My favorite thing this year was steak, last year I was on a bacon kick, but this year it was steak!

    And my favorite steak was my Coffee Crusted Cowboy Steak. Here is a couple of pics:







    OK, whose next?

    What brought this on is I just finished a year in review story for the paper on my foodie adventures this year. You can check it out here if your interested.

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    You should probably include the knifes that were used to prepare it as well! I see yours hiding in the corner!
    Have a knife day!

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    Omg my mouth is watering, I can almost tast that steak.

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    What!? They make easy mac with bacon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sw2geeks View Post
    What!? They make easy mac with bacon?
    At first glance, I thought it had chicken pox.

    Can't remember most of it, but I did make a rather tasty porchetta with Okinawa pig...gorgonzola & roasted garlic soft polenta, and a mess of local greens braised with oil cured olives and figs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ecchef View Post
    Can't remember most of it, but I did make a rather tasty porchetta with Okinawa pig...gorgonzola & roasted garlic soft polenta, and a mess of local greens braised with oil cured olives and figs.
    Yum! That is what I am talking about!

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    pics are awesome!

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    Nutella stuffed French Toast, topped with powdered sugar. My fam's favorite breakfast!
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    Chicken 65 and New England Stuffed Lobster

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