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Cooking with Bellend
Chuckeye Steak with Asparagus
Cooking on the road should not be difficult or expensive. As matter of fact, this being my first recipe brought to the table, is very cheap and downright delicious. This dinner for two was about $10.00. The Chuckeye steak is called the poor mans Ribeye. This cut of meat is hard to find because the butchers don’t want you to know about it! Usually, the Chuckeye’s are hidden under and in the back where the Ribeyes and Sirloins are. You can really piss off the butcher and ask them to bring out their stash of Chuckeye’s! Trust me this cut of meat is coveted with the pros. Prep is easy to assemble at home and very transportable in the saddlebag. I would recommend freezing the steaks after marinating and they should thaw as you are going down the road. With either a portable grill or a makeshift grill as shown here, you can cook up a feast with very primitive tools and a little know how. The steak should be seasoned ahead of time to allow for marinating and the asparagus seasoned at the fire. Of course you can add any vegetable that is in season or just be rebellious and have no vegetables at all. Enjoy, have fun, and remember to share with your Elders. ~ Bellend~
2 Chuckeye Steaks
1 Bundle of Asparagus
2 Garlic Cloves
1 TBS Butter
Prepare Season your steaks as liberally with Onion Flakes, Seasoning Salt, Worcestershire Sauce, Minced Garlic, and Black Pepper.
Cut 1 to 1 1/2 inches off the bottoms of the Asparagus bunch.
Season Asparagus with Salt, Pepper, and Lemon.
Have all of your ingredients ready at the grill.
Grill Steaks 2 to 3 minutes per side depending on how rare or how well you like. If the fire is charring your steaks to much move them to a cooler spot on the grill. After steaks are done set them aside covered to rest while you cook the asparagus.
Heat your skillet over a medium fire. Melt the butter and throw in the garlic cloves whole. Let the garlic render and cook down to release its oils into the butter. Toss in your asparagus in and cook until warmed through. Asparagus should not be dark and limp! Asparagus should be bright and stand at attention!…lol. We want happy asparagus Ladies!
You can dine like the King and Queen of the road with simple ingredients.
Please let me know how your roadside cooking journey is going.
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