Grilled onions go with anything – but they go especially well with grilled beef.  It’s a classic pairing.

The beef tonight was a round steak, marinated in Moore’s marinade and simply grilled.  Moore’s hails from Birmingham, Alabama.  I would have never heard of it if Mike and Barbara hadn’t brought up a huge southern care package for us when they stayed with us a couple of years ago.  One of the things they brought us was a bottle of Dale’s Seasoning.  They told us there are two rival marinades down their way in South Carolina – Moore’s and Dale’s.  After trying the Dale’s, I sent away for the Moore’s.

Taste-wise, they both work for me,  but Dale’s only sells by the case online and the odds of me going through 12 bottles in this lifetime are slim.  I mean…  I don’t even buy green bananas.

But, as usual, I digress…

I boiled a couple of red potatoes and added a bit of sour cream, garlic powder, and salt and pepper.

The vegetables were even more fun…  A bit of clean-out-the-vegetable-bin… mushrooms, broccoli, and arugula, sauteed in a bit of olive oil, salt, and pepper.  Nothing fancy.  There was enough flavor in the veggies that I didn’t need anything else.  Cooked arugula is one of my most favorite vegetables.  Most folks know it as a salad green, but it can be cooked up the same way as spinach and used wherever spinach is called for.

It’s good!

A quick-and-easy 20-minute meal.

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