Minute Steak, Cauliflower Cheese & Baked Potato.

Monday 17th October 2011

I feel the need, the need for…meat.

I wasn’t actually looking for these steaks as I wandered around the supermarket. I was drawn in by the organic sticker on the front. I’m a sucker for those pictures of animals grazing in golden pastures or rolling valleys. It’s a wonderful marketing trick that works a treat on people like me.

It seem ironic that the stuff that isn’t sprayed with chemical or isn’t injected with steroids cost more than the stuff that is. I guess it has a lot to do with quantity. The more you can sell of something, the cheaper it becomes. If everybody ate free-range beef the price would come down. Until then I’m gonna be paying through the nose for it.

Every little helps.

The cauliflower cheese was dairy-free & in my humble opinion, not a patch on the real cheese variety. But both Zeph & my wife, lapped it up without any complaints. Although my wife did, after enquiring what was for dinner, question the pairing of meat & cheese. Like all of us, she has her food preferences.

For the jacket spuds I by-passed the microwave & went for the crunchy, fluffy baked potato. It really does make a real difference.

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4 Responses to Minute Steak, Cauliflower Cheese & Baked Potato.

  1. rutheh says:

    Looks like comfort food to me. I love a REAL baked potato. Yum.

  2. Stef says:

    The little things (local foods over imported, natural over chemical, oven over microwaved) all really DO make a big difference.

  3. Mistral Zagni says:

    This beef was so flavoursome and the potato was scrummy. It does make a difference having good meatx

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