Marlboro puts out some really great outdoor-cooking recipes and this one is at the top of my list. You might want to try this yourself with a single steak the first time out to make sure that this is the flavor that you're looking for before committing to a full-fledged cookout for guests. Normally, I prefer my grilled steaks just seasoned with salt and pepper (and no steak sauce!) but, for an occasional change, I like this method a lot and I hope you do too. Make sure that your charcoal is good and hot before attempting to grill the steaks, (don't use cheap charcoal!) -- T-bones should be prepared over very high heat and for a short cooking time. I also like to make these steaks in the Winter (great for Superbowl!), as well as in the summer. Most folks don't think about grilling in the Winter but I do it all the time. This recipe also goes camping well -- I bag up the steaks and marinade and stick them into a cooler of ice for the night. Cooking time includes marinating time. Enjoy!