This isn't a special recipe, or some unknown way of cooking something, it's just something I do annually when the weather warms up enough.
I clean the ol' grill, and prepare the first grill cooked meal of the season!
It was a beautiful Sunday, with temperatures in the 70s, and I pulled the bulky cover off the grill and did a little Brass-o job on last year's grease spots! I also sprayed the rack with olive oil and scrubbed them into shape!
It was evident, right off, that the electric starter needed replacing, but a match brought the grill to life!
With the rib-eye and fillet, coated in salt, pepper, garlic powder, and sprayed with olive oil to marinate for about 15 minutes, Judy got the potatoes in the oven to bake for an hour at 400, and was prepared to cook the corn-on-the-cob in the microwave for about 8 minutes. I poured a Glenmorangie Scotch, on the rocks, and got into grilling mode!
I'll have to be honest, my steak was not very tender, but thankfully Judy's fillet was! That's more important to me, especially since she rarely wants a steak. I had preferred shopping for beef at Kroger, but she had insisted on Food City, so she lucked out. I, on the other hand, now wish we had gone out for a steak dinner!
All in all, the private supper with the two of us was enjoyable, and the large portion leftover will be great with biscuit and eggs on another morning soon!