As promised, I tried another marinade from this cookbook a while ago and threw the London Broil in a freezer bag with the marinade and then popped it in the freezer. The original recipe called for using the marinade on a tray of top sirloin steaks. I pulled the London Broil out of the freezer on Thursday evening and cooked it up for a small dinner party on Saturday. It was fantastic! It got rave reviews from both kids and adults and the adults requested the recipe. I showed them The Warehouse Gourmet cookbook, as I knew they shopped at Costco, work full time, and have two active hungry kids.
The marinade was a flavorful combination of soy sauce, lime juice, sesame oil, garlic, and sesame seeds. Definitely a winner here and marked as a repeat!
I need to make a run to Costco soon, as my DVD player died over the holidays. (Great timing, eh?) I’ll pick up some tray packs of meat there, as well as a few other staples (like the big jar of Dijon mustard!), and give a few more recipes a try.
The rest of the menu was full of repeats:
Caesar Salad (courtesy of my guests)
stir fried squash and onions