Eilene is having friends over for Tuesday night shows and I always try to make something exotic for them. Looking at the recipes for Game of Thrones, they are either too simple, too complex, or take too long to make.
Tag Archives: meat
Karl’s Beef Dry Rub
I am making carne asada for my mojo tacos today. Many recipes call for marinating the meat in the mojo sauce before grilling. Unless you have a really hot heat source, wet marinade tends to cause the meat to steam rather than char. To avoid this, I plan to give the meat a dry rub, grill it, and then mix the crusty sliced beef with the mojo sauce at the last minute.
Filed under Sauces and Spices
Karl’s French Braised Pork
I wanted to do braised French pork for dinner, but nothing on-line even came close to what I had in mind. I pictured something herby, falling off the bone tender, with a rich pan sauce. Looking in my spice cabinet, I picked out the herbs I thought would go together, not a fines herbes, but a unique blend of my own. It may not be actually a French recipe, but I associate these herbs with French cooking.
Filed under Main Dishes, Pork
Karl’s Yankee Come Home Pot Roast
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Nothing will bring an ex-pat back home faster than a desire for the cooking of home. Miriam and Chris have been doing a lot of traveling recently, so I have not done a Sunday dinner in several weeks. This is my variation on a Yankee pot roast.
Filed under Beef, Main Dishes, Uncategorized