Pepper steak with lettuce, tomato, fetta, avocado, ACV and olive oil. Yum!

1 Nov

Grassfed rump steak from veg from the local grocer – quick and scrumptious lunch that Mrs Cavelesbian just loved!

(oh – and grated raw zucchini)


7 Responses to “Pepper steak with lettuce, tomato, fetta, avocado, ACV and olive oil. Yum!”

  1. Mary Sunshine November 1, 2011 at 11:31 am #

    You’re in Australia. Do you ever go to the meat raffles? My daughter goes up to the workers’ club twice a week for them, and always comes back loaded. Her kitchen bench looks like the photo on your home page.

    I love to come here and feel like “supper’s on”. (That’s what we have here instead of “tea”.)

    Nom, nom, nom. 😛

    • cavelesbian November 2, 2011 at 3:25 am #

      Oh Mary I always enter those meat tray raffles and never win! I love the idea of a huge tray filled with juicy cuts and all different types of deliciousness! Where does tour daughter live? Luck must be on her side…

      • Mary Sunshine November 2, 2011 at 3:26 pm #

        It’s the old Mooney Mooney workers club that was taken over by Reevesby, a Sydney string of clubs. (Sydney? I figure ..) It’s one of the clubs that is classified such that all receipts must be ploughed back into the community: community projects, membership benefits like most famously the meat raffles.

        Hah! I could send you a jpg of *one* of her weekend meat raffle wins that covers their table because sometime she & her partner win 3 or 4 meat trays. They look just like your meatcombo, but usually only one roast per tray. Same veg display on them though, and many chops, sausages, and rissoles.

        They spend $20 a week at the meat raffle on tickets, and always win at least one tray. You can choose a chicken tray, a beef tray, a lamb tray – whatever hasn’t been claimed yet at the time that your ticket is called.

        It boggles the North American mind!

        If you go there, *don’t* tell anybody that you heard about it on the internet, or she’ll give me total shit! 😛 Mothers learn to be paranoid.

      • cavelesbian November 9, 2011 at 4:58 am #

        Without wanting to be a wet blanket, I am a little concerned about the quality of the meat that the trays would offer – grassfed? Freerange? Unfortunately I don’t think so… 😦

  2. Mary Sunshine November 1, 2011 at 11:35 am #

    I’m stealing your meatcombo.jpg for my winXP desktop pic. Happy vibes! Something to live for.

  3. Mary Sunshine November 9, 2011 at 7:01 am #

    I didn’t realize that there *was* a feedlot industry in Australia – so I’m reading about it now.

    The meat that the raffles get comes from a local butcher in Berowra rather that the mass-market suppliers to Coles, Woolies, & IGA. Not sure if that would make a difference.

    * Toddles off to learn about the meat industry in Australia …. *

    • cavelesbian November 9, 2011 at 7:39 am #

      Yeah it’s hard to keep track of! And it’s seriously lacking in transparency, so most of the info comes from either the companies/ industry or the psycho animal liberators who have broken into factory farms and filmed chooks cannibalizing one another… And so forth! and there is definitely a lot of grain feeding going on here…

      Hey, maybe i could do with a little more research myself!

      Xx T

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