Effective Methods: Steak.

I’ve decided to start a new blog series called “Effective Methods”. As many of you know, my husband is an engineer. Engineers are, I think, more born than made; they carry an engineering approach into everything they do. In J’s case that means that many of our household processes are carefully engineered. I’d like to share some of those here.

The name “effective methods” comes from a conversation we had with “Stephanie”:http://stephsk8r.blogspot.com and “Steph”:http://www.commonplacebook.com/ while traveling to Roswell one year in which one of us said about J, “his methods are effective.” I remember the conversation being funny, but I can’t remember any of the context. Anyway, the phrase stuck, and seems appropriate. His methods _are_ effective.

Today’s installment is about steak. If you’re a vegetarian or squeamish about meat, my suggestion is that you skip this one.

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We got married on October 25th, 2009.


“our wedding minister’s blog entry about our wedding.”:http://raleighweddingblog.blogspot.com/2009/10/lisa-and-jasons-wedding-at-umstead.html

“our photographer’s blog entry about our wedding.”:http://www.brianmullinsphotography.com/wedding-at-the-umstead-hotel-jason-lisa.html