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Old 01-31-2006, 07:04 PM
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Steak Marinades

Well, I don't have any long time special things I do, and I never do it the same twice, but I'd love to hear some of ya'll's ideas for sure!! I have had some dog-gone good steak... what do you have?
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i love marinating a steak in Yoshidas brand origional terriaki sauce...i maranade it all day....from when i get up till i cook it. then i rub in about 5-6 cloves per steak of freshly pressed garlic, and cook it in Alpine Touch brand seasoned salt.....i also only grill chuck steaks if im going cheap....or t-bone or porterhouse if im going with the good stuff....the flavor is in the fat in my opinion.......they come out better than any resteraunt in my opinion....and nice topic....you da man......
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Old 01-31-2006, 07:48 PM
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now im hungry
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The flavor is in the fat. I agree with that comment. As a kid I worked at a steak and seafood restaraunt my aunt owned and I will have to say that the best steak to me is a ribeye that is marbled nicely. You get really good flavor and the meat soaks up your marinade great.
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If I could afford it, I would eat steak all day. There's a Tumbleweed down by my house that has all you can eat steak on Sundays. I made the mistake of trying to out do a buddy. No sh!t, 1 hour and 20 mins AFTER our first steak arrived, we were both done. 44 oz. I WILL NEVER DO THAT AGAIN, after this Sunday, of course!
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If I could afford it, I would eat steak all day. There's a Tumbleweed down by my house that has all you can eat steak on Sundays. I made the mistake of trying to out do a buddy. No sh!t, 1 hour and 20 mins AFTER our first steak arrived, we were both done. 44 oz. I WILL NEVER DO THAT AGAIN, after this Sunday, of course!
i hear that, when i was 14, went to an all ya can eat prime rib......first one 24 ounces....then a then ouncer and i was full....but my old man dared me i couldnt eat another, so i did, then....stuffed.....the waitress came out and said nobody had ever finished the fourth steak......so i did, and was in pain because of it.......54 ounces is never a good idea.....
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If you need don't have time or materials to marinate, and need a quickie flavor for steaks, ribs or chops, this is an emergency treatment that works well.

Dry meat thoroughly. Rub all over with worcestershire sauce. Sprinkle with fajita seasoning (salt, pepper, garlic, dash of cumin). Rub into meat, and go light the fire. Cook and eat lots!

Mark
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Love to marinate all meat, but when I don't have time.....

OK, I know this sounds silly.... but it's great stuff and even use it on my Tif Burgers that are HUGE!!!!!! Texas style ya might say!

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When I have time I use this stuff.....http://www.eastwestsauces.com/

The Spicy Ginger is the BOMB on pork and chicken.
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mesquite

the best steaks ive eaten are at my deer lease. let em get about room temp rub a little w/salt butter and pepper and let the mesquite wood cook its flavor in.also at home on my gas grill i take mesquite beans put em on a peice of metal and let the smoke from the beans give them flavor
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