|by William Patton|
1874. Or the laws of fermentation and wines of the ancients. The author's purpose in presenting this book is to collect and arrange the facts and ...
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Brush flank steak ... for rare or broil in oven broiler. Combine shallots, wine and bring to ... until butter is melted. Add parsley and spoon over steak.
For a lean steak entree, take one London Broil that has been ... knife. Pour enough red wine over meat to ... 450°F and wrapped in aluminum foil. . Bryant
Combine first 7 ... Grill meat to desired doneness, 4 to 5 minutes per side for rare (best for London Broil). Slice into thin strips across grain and serve.
Mix all ingredients ... inches from broiler. Broil until the top ... cooked to your taste. Score steak diagonally using slices about 1 cm thick. Enjoy!
Cut London broil into thin fillets. ... 1 hour in wine. Saute mushrooms, ... over meat, 1 tablespoon vinegar. Return vegetables to pan. Stew until tender.
Pierce steak with a fork. Place in plastic bag set in a deep bowl to marinate. In skillet cook onion until tender. Remove from heat. Add catsup, ...
In flat Pyrex glass pan, put 1/2 inch soy sauce, wine, garlic, oil and ground ginger. Let meat sit in juice for at least 4 hours. Barbecue until done.
Combine all ingredients and marinate steak overnight (the longer the better). Broil or charcoal steak according to doneness desired. Tender and tasty!
Combine salad mix, olive oil and wine. Spread mixture ... Barbecue outdoors (or broil indoors) until done ... asparagus vinaigrette, rolls and light dessert.
Combine first five ingredients in a large shallow dish, mixing well. Add steak. Turn to coat each side. Cover and refrigerate 12 hours. Remove steak ...
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