Ordered a Picanha cut roast of Argentine Angus. I have been hearing and reading about them for years and found a source that is not too expensive. Picanha is not something offered around here. People familiar with them swear it is the best cut for a charcoal grill.
Folks I know who visited Argentina tell me their beef is mighty good. Not that we need a foreign source of beef but in the interests of broadening the mind and being a good neighbor.....
"It furthers one to have somewhere to go". From The Book of Changes- I Ching.
Didn't have a chance to post last night when I made this for supper, but I had it for lunch too... so I guess now is as good a time as any. Chicken and dumplings as my Mom called it, though it's technically chicken and biscuits I guess. Her version was just cream of chicken soup, shredded boiled chicken, and frozen veggies with some Bisquick biscuit mix dropped into the baking dish. Throw it in the oven, and voila, a hearty, simple winter meal.
I go a bit more fancy. Onion, carrots, celery sauteed with butter and garlic. Add in shredded rotisserie chicken, fresh ground pepper, peas, and cream of chicken soup. Simmer while prepping the biscuit mix. Bisquick, Parmesan cheese, parsley. Toss the mix into the baking dish, dollop the biscuits on top, bake 40 mins. Not a whole lot different, but fresh veggies and the fancied up biscuits make all the difference in my opinion. Either way, a rich, hearty cool weather meal.
"People are not made better by a briar. An idiot before smoking a pipe is still an idiot after smoking a pipe, they're just more likely to speak less drivel with something in their mouth. For that, all society should be grateful."
"Governments may think and say as they like, but force cannot be eliminated, and it is the only real and unanswerable power. We are told that the pen is mightier than the sword, but I know which of these weapons I would choose."~Sir Adrian