Save yourself 30 bucks from Applebee's. There's another similar recipe posted, but does not include the garlic butter or the mushroom and onion side. A message from Todd Wilbur: Menu Description: "This succulent 10 oz. Steak is jazzed up with Cajun spices and served with sauteed onions, mushrooms, garlic mashed potatoes and garlic toast." This secret to the taste of this signature steak entrée at America's largest casual chain is found in the blend of flavors in the spicy Cajun marinade. Plan to make this dish 12 to 24 hours in advance, so the steaks have time to soak up the goodness. This marinating time will also give the meat tenderizer a chance to do its thing, but don't go longer than 24 hours or the protein fibers may become so tender that they turn mushy. I used McCormick brand tenderizer, which uses bromelian, a pineapple extract, to tenderize the meat. Lawry's (Adolph's) meat tenderizer, uses papain from papayas, to tenderize the proteins, but this brand also brings other spices into the mix and will alter the flavor of your finished product. Both of these tenderizers include a lot of salt so we won't need to include salt as part of the marinade formula." One more thing, Bourbon Street is a name of a street in New Orleans, LA. There is no indication that Applebee's ever included Bourbon in the original recipe.