A lot of people like to use a steak sauce on their steaks. The best part about making your own steak sauce is that you can adjust the ingredients to your own liking. This homemade steak sauce recipe browns up nicely when cooked and tastes similar to the popular A.1. Sauce. It yields about 2 1/2 cups of homemade steak sauce and pairs perfectly with The Baron’s Steak Seasoning Recipe and The Baron’s Steak Marinade Recipe. Enjoy!.
With summer quickly approaching, grilled steaks are on everyone’s menu. To help you grill flavorful restaurant quality steaks in your own backyard I’m going to do a series of posts dedicated to the layers of flavor that go into creating a delicious grilled steak. And what better way to start than with my Baron’s Steak Seasoning recipe!
Every year for St. Patrick’s Day I load up the smoker with corned beef brisket to make homemade pastrami. Being Irish, this is the perfect meal that combines my heritage with my passion for barbecue. This year’s pastrami smoke-out took place a couple weekends ago, and was once again a huge success. But now that I’ve been eating sandwiches for the better part of two weeks, it’s time to throw a little variety into the mix. My buddy Gish was having a grilled pizza party for March Madness, so we packed up the pastrami fixins to test out a new grilled Reuben pizza recipe.
Being a true Irishman, I can honestly say that St. Patrick’s Day is the one day a year America truly embraces my Irish heritage (even if it’s just a big excuse to drink too much Guinness). This is also the time of year that local markets are flooded with an overstock of corned beef briskets. Now don’t get me wrong, I love the occasional bowl of corned beef and cabbage just much as the next guy, but that’s not really a dish I choose to eat all year long. Instead, my stockpiled freezer of clearance sale corned beef briskets get tossed into the smoker to make fresh homemade pastrami.
It’s taken a full week, but I’ve finally managed to dig myself out from under the mountain of hate mail I received from posting a vegetable recipe on our BBQ site. Well, we’ve heard your complaints and now we’re firing back with a Super Bowl themed recipe that’s sure to satisfy your carnivorous tendencies.
When Ben Roethlisberger burst onto the NFL scene in his rookie season, local Pittsburgh restaurant Peppi’s Old Tyme Sandwich Shop anointed him with the highest honor a young athlete can receive…his own personal sandwich. By pulling inspiration from Big Ben’s physical prowess and on-field abilities, the guys at Peppi’s came up with a unique blend of beef, sausage, eggs, cheese and onions to represent their young stud. Here we are a few years later and Mr. Roethlisberger has once again led his team into the biggest game of the year. To honor their accomplishment, we’re paying tribute to the Steel Curtain by constructing this new found Pittsburgh classic…with a few slight modifications!