|thursday, mar. 29th, 2001|
I saw this recipe, now I need me some steak!
Take out a sealable casserole dish, a bowl, a meat brush, a meat fork, and the following seasonings:
Garlic Powder - 1 TBSP.
Salt - 1/2 TBSP.
Onion Powder - 1/2 TBSP.
Cracked Black Peppercorns - 1/2 TBSP.
Minced Onion - 3 TBSP.
Fresh Chopped Garlic - 1 Clove
Worsteshire Sauce - 1/2 cup
Liquid Smoke - 3 drops
Take all the powder and liquid ingredients and mix them in the bowl. Make sure that the Worshteshire soaks into the dry ingredients and fluffs the minced onions a bit. Take the meat and place it into the casserole dish, poke it a few times all the way through with the meat fork and brush the meat with the sauce mixture.
Turn the meat over and then do the same again, then pour the remaining mixture over your steaks. Seal the container airtight and put it in the refrigerator for 24-48 hours.
Slap them babies on the grill and cook to taste and you have one of the best steaks you will ever eat.
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I have collected for you, dear readers, many pearls of wisdom from Brak. You may know this great man (er...thing) from the show Space Ghost Coast to Coast on Cartoon Network. I've made it a habit to collect all sorts of snippets from the show, and now I've got the best ones up for you to download!
Cooking with Brak
I've Got You Under My Drawers
Soup on a Stick
Tales of Suspense
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By the way, my machine at work is down. Just wait for me to say something like "here, use this, it should be up" then it goes down hard. I should be able to get my machine running again tomorrow afternoon when I'm at work again.
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I like crackers.
And the snack.