Graeme Flay

What a treat to be served open faced steak sandwiches for dinner by my husband!  He spent his spare time this summer watching the Food Network and he learned some good stuff. This recipe was from a Grilling with Bobby Flay episode called Poker with the Boys, but easily adapts for Dinner with the Wife. 🙂 Of course, he had to modify the type of cheese used to meet my goaty requirements.  It was de.licious.  And peaceful, even, since we ate a little later and the little two boys were already in bed.   I say it’s time to make this a regular event!

This picture doesn’t do it justice but it’s the best I could do with the available (or unavailable) light.

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3 Responses to Graeme Flay

  1. grandma betty says:

    congratulations on getting your spouse to cook for you—-mine never did until the boys were grown—better late than never I guess—Blair has gone off hunting and I keep busy with chores around here and lining up golf for the future—Neal will not be home for Christmas, so we will be on our own with friends locally—too bad he couldn’t fly over but the cost was a little much for him—everyone have fun back in TBay–hope you get a chance to see the other grandma too—love me

  2. Meagan says:

    Don’t you love NOT having to make a meal? Even if someone would just plan it out for me, I’d be happy. It’s the deciding that bores me to tears.
    BTW, the steak sandwich looks delectable!! Mmmm…

  3. Angie says:

    I’m with you…. I wish someone would just plan it out for me. I seem to always be scrambling for ideas…. right before dinner time.

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