Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Recipe Box # 10




Smoked Beef Marinade


Smoke meat is unto itself.  It carries the smokiness in the taste and that gives the meat, a real style of its own.  We took a 3 pound roast and marinated it overnight.  Threw out the marinade and put it in the smoker for hours.  My husband used a meat thermometer to tell when it was done.

Ingredients for marinade:

1/2 cup olive oil
3/4 cup soy sauce
1/2 cup white wine
1/2 cup rice vinegar (garlic seasoned)
1/3 cup lemon juice
1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce
2 tablespoons dry mustard
1/2 teaspoon black pepper
1 1/2 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley
1/2 teaspoons cloves

In a closed jar or plastic container with fitted to, put all liquids and shake, shake, shake. Add the seasoning and again do that shake.  Build muscles, while you are shaking.

Place meat in a large bowl.  Cover with the marinade and let stand overnight, basting every few hours (when not sleeping).

Cook in smoker according to the directions.  Eat, drink and be hearty.

Looking back:
Winnie of Something Sweet does it again with this No Bake Vanilla Chocolate Cheesecake

Coconut Caramel Popcorn from the Lazy Budget Chef - what fun.



Grilled Eggplant with Tomato and Feta from Define Inspiration - Mind- Body - Soul  this could be my dinner tonight.


Line up for a piece of Cream Cheese Mixed Fruits Oatmeal Bar from Vivian Pang Kitchen


I have an appointment now and I must scoot.  These should keep you happy for a while.  We do have great cooks filling the recipe box.  Be a great cook and please put in your recipe, for this coming week.
Thanks and big hugs.  Linked to Hearth and Soul

21 comments:

  1. Hi Chaya
    I'm thrilled that you feature my Cheesecake, thanks soooooooooo much.
    I'm in a "cheesecake mood" lately (LOL)

    Thanks for another party

    Your smoked beef is something my other-half would love to eat (I'm a vegetarian.....)

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  2. Loving your features especially the grilled eggplant. I'm all about eggplant this week. Thanks for the invitation to the party.

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  3. Great selections of recipes you got last week and this week is already off to a great start! Thanks for hosting Chaya!

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  4. The featured cheesecake looks outrageous; great features.
    Thanks for hosting. I linked a brownie that is spicy, raw and vegan.

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  5. I love ordering smoked meat, but I've never made it.

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  6. So far, I see very delicious food in the recipe box, I am sure there are more to come:D

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  7. Thanks for another party! I've been thinking of getting a smoker. This looks awesome!

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  8. Hi Chaya! Thanks for hosting again. :) The features look great, especially Winnie's Cake and the Grilled Eggplant!

    Julie

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  9. Thanks for hosting! Have a good day :)

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  10. Thanks again for featuring another recipes of mine in your party.

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  11. Your marinade sounds just delicious! I love all the wonderful flavours you have used - they would really compliment the smoked meat.

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  12. Hi Chaya! Thank you for hostessing the party! I love the eggplant dish, yum! I have linked up my Groovy Caramel Bars! Cheers! Nettie

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  13. Your smoked beef looks scrumptious!
    I've just linked up some sesame rolls. Thank you for hosting!

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  14. The roast looks perfect! Thanks for sharing and thanks for hosting ☺ I'm linking up my Stuffed Zucchini Boats this week. Have a great one!

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  15. Good morning, Chaya! Just linked some Chinese stir-fry chicken. Thank you for hosting, have a lovely weekend!

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  16. I love all the amazing food linked up here and off to check out all the wonderful recipes. Thanks so much for hosting and have a great weekend!

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  17. Hi Chaya,
    I've linked something refreshing. No cooking or baking, just fresh and delicious! Have a great week!

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