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SteelyD
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Greek Style Pan-Seared Rib Eye


Using the correct spices turns this ribeye into a spicy Greek delicacy!

PHAGO!


http://tnation.tmuscle.com/...geNo=19#3588251

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SteelyD
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Sesame-Mango Chicken

Ok, I have a confession-- I really don't like chicken all that much. I know, blasphemy for a weightlifter.

Full recipe:
http://tnation.tmuscle.com/...geNo=20#3600896

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SteelyD
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Big Boyz Pre-Back Blast Breakfast, Opus 1

or, "A V-Diet Morning Nightmare"

Yesterday was a gym day off, so, although I still managed to down a couple pounds of meat, a few protein shakes, and some peanut butter, I kept my carbs to a minimum.

So, here we are, Sunday morning, and I have a back workout in about 3 hours.

Fuel.Up...


Full recipe:
http://tnation.tmuscle.com/...geNo=20#3602308

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SteelyD
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Crab/Rice Stuffed Steelhead Trout


Full recipe:
http://tnation.tmuscle.com/...geNo=22#3837148

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physioLojik
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here is one ---

kick ass french toast-

6 eggs
1 cup coconut milk
5 pieces sprouted grain bread
1 tablespoon pasture butter
cinnamon

make as u usually would make french toast. yummy.

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WestCoast7
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The pictures along with the recipes are amazing, keep 'em coming!

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SteelyD
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Cheese and Canadian Bacon Stuffed Mozzarella Cheeseburgers

So, these little tasty monsters were inspired by a post in another forum thread by "Akuma01". He said he got a Canadian Bacon stuffed burger in San Diego. Had to try that with my own spin....

So, here it is!


Full recipe:
http://tnation.tmuscle.com/...geNo=24#3915633

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WestCoast7
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SteelyD wrote:
Cheese and Canadian Bacon Stuffed Mozzarella Cheeseburgers

So, these little tasty monsters were inspired by a post in another forum thread by "Akuma01". He said he got a Canadian Bacon stuffed burger in San Diego. Had to try that with my own spin....

So, here it is!


Full recipe:
http://tnation.tmuscle.com/...geNo=24#3915633


Simply Awesome.

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SteelyD
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Spanish/Italian Mixed Paella Frittata

A paella is a Spanish dish, usually consisting of some kind of rich meat, shellfish, or vegetables served over seasoned rice.

A frittata is a dense, meat filled Italian omellete served at Easter (traditionally).

Mix the two and you have one hell of an anabolic, calorie rich, nutritionally dense meal!


Full Recipe:
http://tnation.tmuscle.com/...geNo=25#3927533

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WestCoast7
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^^^ To get eggs to cook like this (almost in a pie form) both in a frittata or a quiche, could they be baked? or how is it best done?

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SteelyD
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WestCoast7 wrote:
^^^ To get eggs to cook like this (almost in a pie form) both in a frittata or a quiche, could they be baked? or how is it best done?


Absolutely no reason why you couldn't finish this in an oven when you add the eggs. Like I said at the one stage, the dish before the eggs is done, it would just be a 'paella' vs a 'frittata'. Ditto quiche, which goes in the oven anyway-- hell you could even 'quiche' this if you put it in a crust.

I would have the oven preheated and do the first steps in a cast iron skillet (or other oven proof pan).

Just make sure the shellfish (or whatever you use) is done at the end.

Incidentally, no one else in the house would touch it, so it took me a couple days to finish ;)

Awesome.

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Scott M
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SteelyD thanks for the fritata post... it reminded me to test it out(a much simplified version) but it will soon be a favorite meal of mine with many variations to follow.


Good and interesting food makes eating "clean" so much more enjoyable and I'm trying to branch out slowly but surely.

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SteelyD
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Lamb Shoulder Chops and Candy Mint Sauce

Oh my....


Full recipe:
http://tnation.T-Nation.com/...geNo=26#4216531

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SkyNett
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SteelyD wrote:
Lamb Shoulder Chops and Candy Mint Sauce

Oh my....


Full recipe:
http://tnation.T-Nation.com/...geNo=26#4216531


Dude - you have contributed so many great recipes....you rule. That crab stuffed trout looks amazing!! : )

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pushharder
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Applesauce omelet

Mix:

5 eggs
heavy cream
cinnamon
splenda
buttermilk
1 scoop vanilla whey protein powder
grapeseed oil
1 scoop Biotest Superfood

Filling:

Cream cheese
homemade applesauce

Fry in coconut oil at low heat

Top with:

Walnuts
Whipped cream

Yes, the thing ends up being an ugly shade of green. Eat it anyway, you pussy.

Serve with fresh ground, French-pressed Italian roast coffee brewed thick and served black as death on the outer edges of a neutron star.



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London Runner
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How do you make your apple sauce? Is it just a standard recipe? I made your blueberry pancake last time, that was awesome!


LR

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SteelyD
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Grilled Ribeye with Eastern Spiced, Coconut Milk Simmered Rice

http://tnation.T-Nation.com/...geNo=28#4743282

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WestCoast7
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SteelyD wrote:
2011-08-21

Grilled Ribeye with Eastern Spiced, Coconut Milk Simmered Rice

http://tnation.T-Nation.com/...geNo=28#4743282


I'd like to start incorporating coconut milk into more of my recipes. Do you ever use it to simmer meats? or mostly for rices?

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SteelyD
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WestCoast7 wrote:
SteelyD wrote:
2011-08-21

Grilled Ribeye with Eastern Spiced, Coconut Milk Simmered Rice

http://tnation.T-Nation.com/...geNo=28#4743282


I'd like to start incorporating coconut milk into more of my recipes. Do you ever use it to simmer meats? or mostly for rices?


I've never really simmered meats in it directly, like meat + coconut milk. I've incorporated meats into things I've cooked with coconut milk, though-- rice, curries, etc.

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WestCoast7
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SteelyD wrote:
WestCoast7 wrote:
SteelyD wrote:
2011-08-21

Grilled Ribeye with Eastern Spiced, Coconut Milk Simmered Rice

http://tnation.T-Nation.com/...geNo=28#4743282


I'd like to start incorporating coconut milk into more of my recipes. Do you ever use it to simmer meats? or mostly for rices?


I've never really simmered meats in it directly, like meat + coconut milk. I've incorporated meats into things I've cooked with coconut milk, though-- rice, curries, etc.


Sounds good. I'm going to play around with it a little bit and I'll let y'all know how it goes.

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SteelyD
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Chili Baked Haddock


http://tnation.T-Nation.com/...geNo=29#4830106

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SteelyD
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Italian Style Wings

tnation.T-Nation.com/free_online_forum/diet_performance_nutrition_supplements/la_cucina_anabolica_italiana?pageNo=29#4867162

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SteelyD
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OK, brothers and sisters, some great fellow anabolic kitchen folk revived "La Cucina Anabolica Italiana" and inspired me (read: guilted me) to bust out the camera at dinnertime tonight.

Enjoy.

Grilled Chicken with Roasted Local Potatoes and Bacon Roasted Brussells Sprouts

http://tnation.T-Nation.com/...geNo=33#5603594

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SteelyD
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SteelyD wrote:
OK, brothers and sisters, some great fellow anabolic kitchen folk revived "La Cucina Anabolica Italiana" and inspired me (read: guilted me) to bust out the camera at dinnertime tonight.

Enjoy.

Grilled Chicken with Roasted Local Potatoes and Bacon Roasted Brussells Sprouts

http://tnation.T-Nation.com/...geNo=33#5603594


Better pic to start with ;)

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