Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Steak for Everyone!

My lap puppy, a 95 pound Doberman Pinscher turned 6 on Sunday. On her birthday we treat her to a steak. We all ate steak in fact, however, hers was not as beautifully plated as ours!

My steak treatment is fairly simple, first start out with a really good steak, you dont need a huge one, we normally split a steak between the two of us

Poke the steak all over with a small, sharp pairing knife
I then rub on A1 steak sauce and Worsteshire sauce
I crack on plenty of fresh cracked black pepper
Flip it and do the other side
I let that marinate for several hours

One key thing many forget, is to take your steak out of the fridge an hour before you plan to grill, so it can come to room temp. It makes a huge difference.


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Laura Paterson said...

Beautiful steak - I popped over from tastespotting!

Great tip on bringing the steak out of the fridge an hour beforehand too!

Leslie said...

That is one beautiful steak! Just how I like it!!

DaPhillyFoodCritic said...

nice job and awesome pic

Jessica@Foodmayhem said...

cooked exactly how I like it!

Anonymous said...

This is EXACTLY how I like my steak! Can you work in a restaurant near me please?

lsg said...

cheryl-hi its grant from the hyland hills...u know. i made ur chichen broccoli cassarole the other nite and it was great! thats two for two in the successes catagory. im about to be renting my first apt. and i look foreward to experimenting with more of ur great dishes. keep up the good work.


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