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I marinaded all day. Maybe next time I would use a little less liquid smoke and a little less brown sugar. The steak tasted too sweet for me but other wise was good and tender. I put my steak under the broiler for about 6-7 minutes. It turned out rare just the way I like it. <br/>Made for chef alphabet soup.

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Catnip46 December 07, 2013

Loved this! I did not use as much liquid smoke due to personal preference. I like my steaks medium to medium-rare, and cooked the roast 7 minutes on each side. With that cooking time, my steaks were more medium-rare. The taste was just like a "real" steak. Thanks for sharing!

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breezermom August 17, 2013

Very tasty. Would add to let it come to room temp before grilling, if it is a large cut. Took a long time to reach temp inside, and a bit of the outside got hard. But overall, well-liked at our house. On the mild side, but lovely smokey flavor.

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CheapThrills July 02, 2007

This really does result in a tender steak. I would reduce the amount of liquid smoke as a personal preference.

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iris5555 August 29, 2006

This was sooo good! It really did taste like a good steak! I will definately make this again. Thanks!

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az sandradee August 26, 2006

This one is a KEEPER!! The whole family loved it! My very picky DH asked me to make sure and make this again. My DD(6) said that she loved it, and that it was much sweeter than the "other" steak. The only substitution I made was using Splenda Brown Sugar blend instead of regular brown sugar. Thanks for posting this ugogirl!!

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cricket1176 August 06, 2006
Poor Man's T-Bone Steak