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Skirt Steak and Some Boating
Date: 2020/06/24 10:36 By: Florida Grillin Girl Status: Moderator  
 
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I made skirt steak using Alton Browns marinade recipe, only did not cook directly on the coals. Watch the video if you want to see how he does it.
https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brown/skirt-steak-recipe-2014004

I egged up some onions and peppers on the large egg plus a lemon and lime~



The thin steak got finished quickly at 475 degrees~
The marinade is delish~



I cooked some flour tortillas from Tortilla Land. Really good! They are raw and you cook em up in a skillet for about 30 seconds a side.



Served the steak with pickled red onions, salsa and sour cream, of course!



I made gazpacho and served with a dollop of sour cream. A nice chilled soup that is really refreshing in summer.



We went boating around the bay and had a freak out moment when we discovered that a BAT had been living in the bimini top.



We were out in 11 ft. of water when we discovered the BAT and almost had a heart attack driving the boat back to the dock with this nice BAT having crawled inside the zippered area of the top. FUN FUN.

Yea, well, I think we scared him off, so cross your fingers that he is gone!



Not too shabby of a day, all in all, especially in a pandemic.

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Re:Skirt Steak and Some Boating
Date: 2020/06/24 15:34 By: Boatman Status: Moderator  
 
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Holy Bimini top bat girl, the food looks great! Love them soup bowls😎
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Re:Skirt Steak and Some Boating
Date: 2020/06/24 21:40 By: Mickey Status: Moderator  
 
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You are such a Texas girl at heart. Great cook
Mickey
Egg Family: 3 Large and a very well used Mini....Now a Mini-Max (I'm good).




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Re:Skirt Steak and Some Boating
Date: 2020/06/25 11:45 By: Bordello Status: Moderator  
 
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Hi Faith,
Another great post & pictures, you are one great gal.
When I read your post about the Bat in the bimini top I thought it was a typo & you meant "Bikini" top??? I did not know what a Bimini top was but I sure as hell know about "Bikini" tops.

So I decided I want to be a Bat when I grow up, what a great companion I would make in a "Bikini" top.

Carry On Miss,
Old " Bat" Bordello
Sir LONEY,
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My typos


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Re:Skirt Steak and Some Boating
Date: 2020/06/25 12:21 By: Florida Grillin Girl Status: Moderator  
 
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Thank you, Boatman. I didn't even think about the name Batgirl when I wrote this thread. Not something I want to be known for! Bats are good for the environment, but really ugly when you see them up close and personal in the light of day. Yuck!
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Re:Skirt Steak and Some Boating
Date: 2020/06/25 12:22 By: Florida Grillin Girl Status: Moderator  
 
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Thanks, Mickey. I love fajitas with all the fixins, so if that makes me a Texas girl, I am all for it!
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Re:Skirt Steak and Some Boating
Date: 2020/06/25 12:28 By: Florida Grillin Girl Status: Moderator  
 
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How funny, Bob! The bimini top is what provides the cover over the boat for shade. Were initially went out without opening it, but then stopped to put the cover up for shade and that's when we saw the bat.

Here we are getting gas so you can see what the cover looks like when it's open. Not even remotely like a bikini top!


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Re:Skirt Steak and Some Boating
Date: 2020/06/25 12:37 By: Bordello Status: Moderator  
 
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I understand now, thanks for educating me. lord knows I need it.

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to be a "Bat"

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