I love steak. NY Strip, ribeye, sirloin, don’t care. Usually it’s just a little salt, pepper, olive oil and maybe some garlic powder, thrown on the grill and cooked to medium rare. Simple, but scrumptious. At our old house, it was a pain in the ass to grill in the snow due to the location of the grill, so we were sometimes limited to when/where we could cook up a good slab o’ beef. For those of you that live in apartments/condos that forbid grills, I truly am sorry for you, but this recipe should help you in your endeavors to enjoy tasty tasty beef! [Read more...]
It is getting to be that time of year that folks start hitting the grill for dinner, so last night I decided to take another recipe from Cooks Illustrated and add a few items of my own for grilled pork chops. The picture here is all of the ingredients added to the saucepan before cooking. I have to say, this is the simplest BBQ sauce I’ve ever made and it packs one helluva punch for flavor. I’ll be using this recipe a lot this summer. This recipe takes all of about 7 minutes to cook, and provides you with about a cup of sauce.
I tend to cook stuff and not look at the serving amount. I’ll see a recipe I want to try and just cook it for Nancy and myself. We’ll then have 2-3 days worth of leftovers. Oops. So, the last time I made a nice London broil, I had a little more than a pound of seasoned and cooked meat left over. I decided that the beef would be good in a nice stroganoff, so here goes. [Read more...]