December 24th, 2012

Christmas Eve Steak & Spinach Pinwheels

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Behold the beauty that is a steak and spinach pinwheel!

These are the perfect Christmas Eve meal when you’ve got hungry holiday revelers to feed.

Made with flank steak, spinach, bacon and other amazing ingredients, you really can’t go wrong with this one.

Check out the entire steak pinwheel recipe and make this one a new holiday tradition!

Merry Christmas Eve!

Photo courtesy of GooseberryPatch.com


December 21st, 2012

More Steaky Ornament Fun

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If you liked the BBQ grill ornament I showed you for your tree, get a load of these babies . . .

These two (above) might be my faves – so life-like!

Sometimes you want to use your Christmas tree to make a statement. Well, here ya go!

A keepsake with a bit of whimsy, this one’s called “Grillin’ and Chillin’ 2012.” Yes.

Often, the simplest message is the very best. Your tree is begging for this one.

You can see more steak Christmas ornaments here.

Let them bring the message of peace, hope and love that only steak can.

Photos courtesy of Amazon.com.


December 19th, 2012

BBQ Christmas Cheer

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A bit of levity for your tree – and it’s got steak on it!

This glass ornament from TJ’s includes a BBQ grill with corn, a burger, steak and something green that is unidentifiable.

Anybody know what that is?

No matter. The burger and steak are what’s important here.

Don’t you want to hang them on your tree?

This officially qualifies as totally awesome.

Merry Steakmas?!?!!!

Photo courtesy of ebay.com.


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