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Thursday, September 3, 2015

Good Fences - Mountain Pass Road

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Mountain Pass Road . Blue Ridge

Another snap taken on my way home from school. The boys have a football game this afternoon and Braden has requested French Dip sandwiches for dinner afterwards. I found the easiest recipe for them a few years back, it's a Rachel Ray version I think. Get some deli roast beef cut, sprinkle Montreal Steak Seasoning on it, soak it in beef broth till hot and top on crusty rolls with a piece of cheese (we use Provolone) and use the broth to dip. So yummy and so easy!

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21 comments:

  1. Hello, cute drive by shot of the cow. Your french dip sandwhich sounds great and easy! Have a happy day!

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  2. Love the cow and fence! And I will definitely try the French dip out.
    Have a great Thursday!

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  3. I like the sense of movement... and dinner sounds tasty!

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  4. Love the cow behind the fence on what looks like a quiet road. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. cute cow at the fence. your recipe made my mouth water. :)

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  6. Great how the cow is in the photo too!

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  7. And yes, the cow did ponder, what is on the other side of this fence?!

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  8. Just watchin' the traffic pass by . . . :-)

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  9. That cow seems to be looking down that road too...your eye is just drawn to it. It's a lovely scene. - Mmmm the French Dip sandwiches sound yummy.

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  10. Don't listen to Tanya, cow. You will not be made into tasty French Dip sammiches!
    ~

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  11. Nice shot! And yum on the French Dip sandwich recipe. Sounds like it would be a good one for us, too.

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  12. How sweet this photo is!!!
    And French Dip....yum....I'll be there! Extra Provolone cheese on mine please.

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  13. I see you photographed a cow and immediately thought of hot beef sandwiches. Interestingly link. Your recipe does sound good. I would love to drop by for some.

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  14. That does sound delicious Tanya. I like the pic too!

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  15. You live in a pretty area, Tanya.

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  16. Great fence and scenery. I love fast and good when it comes to cooking.

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  18. my husband would like this sandwich, will have to try. Montreal steak seasoning is the best.

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