Leftover Potatoes and Top Sirloin

The girlfriend’s mother got us some Omaha Steaks for Valentine’s Day – and I’ve really enjoyed using them.  Surprisingly very good for being frozen on arrival.  Made some sirloin and prepared some leftover potatoes.

I seared two top sirloin steaks in butter.  And just butter.  The only other seasoning I did was to apply freshly ground salt and pepper to the steaks before adding them to the pan.  Seared on medium, popped in the oven at 350 until the centers reached 125 degrees, then tented in foil to let the residual heat bring it up to medium rare (135).

I also put some leftover potatoes from Valentine’s day in the oven to eat with the steaks.  They were still good.

Lastly, I put a can of corn (drained) in a frying pan with a good two tablespoons of butter and heated it up, bordering on sauteeing.  Also added freshly ground salt and pepper.  Butter makes everything better.

Here are some pictures:

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dinner plate

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