This one sort of grew out of several different recipes over a period of time. Its pretty good as is but undoubtedly I'm not through playing with it. Meat is easier to slice thinly if it is partially frozen first. I usually do a 2-3 pound steak while I'm slicing. I divide the slices into 1/4 pound servings in small freezer bags. Some I leave plain and the rest add marinade to the bags, then freeze. I store the small bags in a 1 gallon zip-lock bags to keep them from getting lost. (Always label everything! You won't remember what it is in 3 weeks, trust me on that!) The night before use, I take as many bags as necessary from the freezer and place in the fridge. The next evening they're thawed, marinated, And ready to fry, broil, or grill. The plain beef can even be nuked to thaw if you're in a rush. This is very handy, especially to take in the RV's freezer for fast easy meals on the road.