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Friday, October 24, 2008

Ribeyes on the campfire






Since there are no camp sites at this little lake, I bring my tractor rim fire ring for heat and for cooking.

I use my weed burner to get my logs going....



I start by cutting potatoes in half, adding sliced onion, bacon, kosher salt, cracked black pepper and butter. Then I wrap them in foil.




The potatoes take the longest, so I put them on first....



I saute mushrooms, onions and garlic in butter. Coat my asparagus in olive oil, sprinkle with kosher salt and cracked black pepper, then onto the grill...

Then the seasoned ribeyes....











The onion and bacon add flavor to the potato....the mushrooms take on a nice smoky flavor and taste really nice with the ribeye. :)




6 comments:

Board said...

Darn girl, I know that working and playing in the country raises a healthy appetite, but three rib-eyes? That's my kind of woman!

What's funny is that's what I am making for dinner tonight (corn instead of asparagus)!

cowgirl said...

LOLOL!! I had help. :) My friend and her husband met me at the lake, It's about an hour drive for both of us from each way, so it works out great.
I couldn't even eat all of one steak, but I tried. lol

Corn sounds great!! Take pics for me if you get the chance. :)

Board said...

Well, as it turns out, it will have to wait. Ended up going to a small family restaurant in a neighboring town, The Hen Haus, to see a singer-songwriter friend who was playing there this evening. The rib-eyes will remain in the fridge, aging another day or two. Pix next opportunity.

Mark

cowgirl said...

What a wonderful way to spend the evening!

I'm sure the ribeyes will be just as tasty tomorrow. :)

LindaG said...

I just ate and that makes me hungry. Thanks for sharing this. May try that for potatoes the next time I bake or grill them, just to see how they turn out. :)

cowgirl said...

Thanks Linda! The bacon and onion add a lot of flavor. Hope you give them a try. :)