Meat and (Fried) Potatoes

In an effort to impress y’all with how healthy and local and slow-food I am, I usually post photos of beautiful fresh vegetables that I’ve lovingly and barely cooked to release the best flavor and most nutrition. And I do eat like that. Mostly. Sometimes. Occasionally. But sometimes you just have to have meat. Such as these beautiful steaks my middle brother grilled this past weekend as the family gathered to celebrate the April 16 birthdays of our oldest and youngest members: It was my dad’s 77th and my nephew’s 1st. So, as always in the meat-atarian Wood clan, we marked the occasion with tender and juicy beef. Capt. Adorable — 3-y ear-old son of my vegetarian older daughter and her husband — could not get enough.  My husband also is a fan of meat, such as these warm and melty Philly-style sandwiches we get at United Steaks restaurant in Corinth, Miss. We’ll always say, “Remember, we can just order one sandwich and split it,” but we’ll forget that plan as soon as we’re at the counter and smell the cheese and hear the onions sizzling. But we do share our sides — I always order the hand-cut potato chips and he always orders the fries. Vegetables, you know.

5 thoughts on “Meat and (Fried) Potatoes

  1. I’ll vouch for the steaks as being very tasty. We get a kick out of the cheesesteak place, but I must confess my favorite there is the chicken cheesesteak.

  2. We eat red meat once a week. A New York Strip every Saturday. And it’s worth every single calorie and every gram of fat. We do purchase meat that has been friendly family farm raised. They were happy and content right up to the minute they were butchered.

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