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I had a big bowl of mussels Belgian style at Ron's Original Tavern!   One of my favorite dishes at one of my favorite watering holes!

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On vacation this week.

Tonight I had fried oysters and a cold beer at a restaurant called the “Train Wreck Bar & Grille” in Burlington Washington. ;)

 

 

Steve

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Made me-self some grilled wings last night!   

The Sweet Heat is the sauce I use while cooking so the pedestrians can have wings.  The Spicy and their Wicked Wing Sauce is kept on the side of my plate for dabbing!

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Stubb's sauces and marinades are fan-freaking-tastic! They make even the cheapest cut of meat taste great. Get a large red onion, cut it open and scrub it on the grill when you're finished cooking. It will clean off any and all burnt on food residue.

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i just tried stub's sugar free bbq sauce and you wouldnt believe that it was sugar free will be buying it again!!!!!!

vince

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Fresh sweet corn and tomatoes for the first time this year. Tasty!

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These are photos taken from our vacation this past week.

While in Washington, seafood was in order.

 

In Burllington Washington we ate at a little bar called the "Train Wreck Bar & Grille".

I had some fabulous fried oysters and the wife had crab cakes.

 

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The next night we went to a little port town near Burllington called Anacortes.

The restaurant was called the "Rockfish Grille".

There I had a bowl of very fresh steamer clams and mussels steamed in garlic and white wine.

Delicious!!

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Steve

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Not meaning to gross anyone out, but I grew up with these, and to this day, they're still one of my favorite comfort foods.

Creamed chicken liver on toast.

Kind of "sh*t on a shingle" with innards. :D

But you would be surprised at how rich and sweet this is, with only 4 ingredients.

Butter, onion, chicken livers and cream. ( I guess you could include salt, pepper and toast in that count)

 

Of course, I can only make this when the wife isn't around! ;)

 

 

Steve

 

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Man you guys are killing me. Everything looks great....I'm having cold breakfast cereal for dinner....

Don

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