I don't know if you have ever been to Chicago, but should you go, have a bite of heaven and come to the Fairmont Hotel's Aria restaurant. It's expensive, but it's the best dinner you'll ever have. After I noticed the lack of seasoning mixes here, I figured I'd share this spice mix. It's for beef roasts, brisket, even steaks! I broke it down to teaspoons (originally the measurements were in cups) Enjoy!
Bearnaise Butter melts over hot grilled or broiled steaks of your choice, making for a delicious entree that tastes like you really slaved (but you didn't). We love our steaks very rare (black & blue), but the butter's great and enhances everything from rare to well done steaks. Perfect for company! Make sure you have some bread to soak up the juices and butter. (Adapted from a recipe on epicurious.com)
This is an excellent marinade for any steak. The flavor is just wonderful. Our T-bones came out perfect. Very tender with a wonderful flavor. The original recipe is from TOH with some changes to suit our taste. Prep time does not include the time it takes to marinate the steaks.
This recipe comes from the brand new cookbook "Kidney Friendly Comfort Foods" endorsed by Isaac Hayes. This dish is not only VERY low in sodium, phosphorus and potassium, it's also very delicious and simple to prepare! As a dialysis patient, I'm always on the lookout for these kinds of recipes and I just thought I'd share!
This is for a smoker. If yours burns wood, just ignore the smoke wood suggestions. I used a charcoal smoker and a water pan. The cut of meat is a whole beef brisket which includes the brisket "flat" and the "point." It's also called a packer brisket. You can of course, just cook brisket flats which are more available and skip the burnt ends which I make with the point. Burnt ends have crunchy exteriors and are popular in Kansas City and parts of Texas.