What's entrecote by the way? I never heard of it before. And that's good that it was yummy! :3
And I gotcha about the social phobia. That does makes sense. I wonder if it was because of the bullies?
Yeah, most likely because of the bullies. Like, 90% sure. And then her parents are idiots too, which doesn't help (and yes, one of them is my brother but he's still an idiot).
An entrecote is a kind of steak. According to wikipedia;
In French, the word entrecôte (French pronunciation: [ɑ̃.tʁə.kot]) denotes a premium cut of beef used for steaks.
A traditional entrecôte comes from the rib area of the carcass, corresponding to the steaks known in different parts of the English-speaking world as rib, rib-eye, club,Scotch fillet, or Delmonico.
The term may also be used in France to denote the sirloin cut properly known as a contre-filet, being the portion of the sirloin on the opposite side of the bone from the filet, or tenderloin. In English, a steak cut from the contre-filet may be called a Porterhouse steak (as the term is understood in Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom), a sirloin steak, a strip steak, a striploin steak, a wing steak, a club steak, a Delmonico steak, or a New York strip steak. (As well, if the contre-filet is left on the bone with the filet, the entire steak is called a Porterhouse steak (as the term is understood in the United States and Canada) or a T-bone steak.)
It's… a classic in Sweden but it's normally expensive. We got a big steak-like chunk and cut our own slices which made it cheaper per kg when compared to the pork (pork is normally cheaper).
Today... I need to bake food muffins. Because I'm going out on a picnic with some friends and those things are exellent to bring along. I've never made food muffins before. Hopefully they'll turn out ok.