Chilebrown at home

Sunday, May 10, 2015


In the Chilebrown ice cave is a collection of meat from previous Meat Adventures. We bring out and thaw a couple of Baseball steaks from our last adventure to Harris Ranch for tonights bbq meal. Baseball steak is cut from the sirloin with a circular cut to mimic a filet. The sirloin has a lot of beefy flavor. When cooked to a medium rare leaning to the rare side it is almost as tender as a filet. This cut is also a little more economical to the pocket book. Overall this steak was spectacular.


Tonight's PSA is brought to by yours truly. Do as I say not as I do. When using mesquite charcoal as a fuel for grilling wear proper footwear. This will protect your tender feet from any charcoal that pops and explodes from the fire. A hot glowing red ember may possibly lodge between your toes and cause havoc and lots of pain. I have not learned my lesson because this is not the first time. The small molten glowing hot ember will immediately melt into the tender skin and it does not matter how fast you try to remove it the damage is done. Someday, I hope to be smarter than the fire.


Big Dude said...

Fine looking meal and I could go for one of those steaks.

Chilebrown said...

Big Dude, A great meal in deed. We shall buy these steaks again. It is sadly getting to the end of asparagus season.

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