It strikes me that I have not posted more beef recipes on this blog. I am making up for that right now with Steak. Okay so one would think that coffee and oranges would go better with breakfast than with steak, but I am here to tell you right now that is a misconception! This steak is rich and juicy. Well just try it and see!
Tip: Use tongs to move the meat and lift it, as piercing the flesh will cause the juices to leak out.
You may think that I’m nutty putting nuts and coffee on a steak, but the flavor is just amazing. Its one of those things you need to try to understand, even I was skeptical at first. Was there ever a food that you were skeptical to try at first? Something traditional like a grilled steak, but with a twist? Was it the best ever or was it just plain strange? Tell me about it.
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So good it's spooky!
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