|by Sarah Tyson Rorer|
Sarah Rorer's 1912 book is an inspiring look at a deceptively simple food source--sandwiches.
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Combine all ingredients and marinate steaks for at least 3 hours, turning once. Cook on grill and baste with sauce while cooking.
String ingredients onto sticks, alternating so everyone gets a portion of each. Mix and pour over meat that's being refrigerated several hours or ...
Combine marinate ingredients. Slice round steak into thin strips ... beef with broccoli. Add cornstarch and stir fry a few more minutes. Serve with rice.
Marinate steak cubes in beef marinade. ... butter, and warm. This is an easy way for the hostess to serve them and is in keeping with the atmosphere. Serves 6.
Put steaks in glass dish ... processor for two minutes. Pour over steaks. Marinate 2 to 6 hours turning frequently. Cook on barbaque 2 to 3 minutes on each side.
Score steak on both sides. ... half day. Remove from refrigerator 1/2 hour before cooking. Barbecue or grill, searing each side 3-4 minutes only. Serves 4.
Combine above ingredients, pour over meat. Marinate overnight. If too spicy, dilute. Broil for 15-20 minutes turning occasionally.
Mix all ingredients and marinate for several hours, then place on skewers with chunks of tomato, green pepper, mushrooms and onions. Brush with ...
Combine balsamic vinegar, ... and basil. Marinate flank steak for several hours or overnight. Grill flank steak for approximately 5-7 minutes each side.
Slice meat into serving sizes or cube to put on ... the grill or broiler pan. Grill or broil for 7-9 minutes. Turn to brown on the other side. Serves 4.
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