This is a great marinade and gives me an excuse to buy a fifth of Bourbon. It's great! Don't marinate over 36 hours cause it will get too tough. The more you flip the bag the better.
A killer Cajun/Creole seasoning that goes well on steak, chicken, fish, veggies, you name it... Best when cooked over white hot coals outside, as this mixture can generate a lot of smoke.
Try this simple rub, you'll be surprised how much it improves your grilled meats. Just like we were all surprised at how much Marcus Camby helped the Knicks.
A very simple and easy rub that works best with beef, lamb or other red meat.
A well-balanced but spicy rub with big flavor. Best on hearty meats like beef or venison.
A perfect mix of sweet and spicy slathers this perfect roast beef sandwich.
This great marinade is equally good on beef as well as venison. I always set some of the fresh marinade aside in a separate dish after I make it. I use it to lightly brush meat after grilling.
Very simple for anyone to make and all to enjoy.I am always asked for this recipe and to bring it to all the parties.Add your favorite crackers and it's a hit everytime!!
I've made this cheese ball for years. I find the jarred dried beef to have the best flavor but you have to rinse it to remove much of the salt. This recipe works best if made at least one day in advance.
With all these spices--Tabasco, mustard, horseradish, more mustard--you'll enjoy the dip even if you don't like what you're dipping in it.
No cooking, minor assembly. This is an easy appetizer your kids could put together before the party.
This rub has the flavor of coffee, the spice of cayenne, the sweetness of brown sugar, and whatever you want to say cinnamon tastes like. Makes for a unique steak. Inspired by teamswitch's "Coffee-Crusted Beef Tenderloin Steak"