Friends for Jeff Spiegelman
Cookbooks are HERE!!!! Well, almost. We had some paper trouble. We are printing and binding them this week. Next week we will be taking orders and you can pick them up at any constituent event. A list of events will be ready by next week.
-I had a busy week. Monday was a Kenton Town Council meeting. Tuesday I was part of a panel for the Innovative Initiative group. Wednesday night was the Townsend Town Council meeting. Thursday night was a fundraiser in Newark for the GOP candidate in next month’s special election (Eileen O’Shaughnessy-Coleman). Saturday was the Dover Comic Con. Great event! Looking forward to it next year
-Tuesday night is a picnic at the Kenton Ruritan. I might not make it because Tuesday night at 7pm is also a Hartly Town Council meeting.
-Saturday I am going to be in the Middletown Peach Festival parade. Afterwards, I will be at the Friends for Jeff Spiegelman booth. Stop by and say hello.
-We are looking for volunteers for the Spiegelman/Hensley Big Ball team. We are playing Friday August 28th 8pm-9pm. Please email me for more details!
When I cooked this Monday night, I overcooked it so badly that I ran to the computer to write it down so I would remember my mistakes.
-1 London broil
-1 cup red wine
-2 tbpn olive oil
-1 tbpn rosemary
-1 tbpn thyme
-2 crushed garlic cloves
-Salt and pepper to taste
Mix all the ingredients except the meat. Score the meat and place in a bag. Pour the mix over the meat and let sit overnight. Let the meat come up to room temperature. Turn the grill on high or get the grate close to the coals. Cook the meat three minutes a side. Turn the grill on low or move the meat to a few inches away from the coals. 5 minutes more SHOULD get you medium rare (whoops). 10 minutes WILL get you medium-well to well-done (whoops). Cover and let stand 10 minutes before eating. Slice thin against the grain
Representative 11th District
Legislative Hall: PO Box 1401. Dover, DE 19903
Personal: PO Box 869. Clayton, DE. 19938