Ah yes. A true classic. The old meat and potatoes and a #CanadianClub on the side. This all time favorite comes from family lore, has been handed down through the ages and lands with me to be shared with you. First up, the strip loin. BBQ it to your liking. Don't forget to season first. Potatoes must be washed. Leave the peel on. Season with salt and pepper and toss with some olive oil. Put on a cookie sheet and bake for awhile at around 400 degrees. Slice the meat, plate the potatoes, dollop your #Hee-HawHorseradish & refill your glass: dinner is served.
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Start the car! (or ride your bike, it's good for the environment!) Drive to your town's Fisherman's Wharf (or your local Western Canadian #WholeFood's if you're not by the sea) and step up to buy your oh so fresh crab legs. Return home. Remove from packaging. Wash. Boil some salted water or turn on the BBQ. Cook your crab legs. Cleanse with some cold Canadian water. Serve with melted butter for dipping and some #Hee-HawHorseradish to get it just the way you like it most.
Oh Baby! Here's a dish best served cold. Think tiger prawns and some ketchup (or pro tip: chili sauce) mixed with #DoubleDamnHotHee-Haw for the best cocktail sauce you've ever tried. So good it'll hit you Pow, Right in the Kisser!
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