Hearkening back to the days of Root beer floats, warm summer nights and the cooling draught slinking down your throat? But damn it all you still need something to give you a shot in the arm? Then I have just the beverage for you. A coffee float. Amounts and mileage may vary, so play with the amounts … [Read More...] about The Coffee Float
If you’re out at the barbeque this summer, be sure to try this recipe. Ground coffee is used as a spice and the result is tasty, but doesn’t taste at all like a coffee drink. Give it a shot, it’s great. Instead of saying “I need coffee” you might have them shouting “I need more of that food!”
Surf or Turf
This marinade works well with both meat and fish: try steak, tuna, and salmon.
- Coarse ground dark roast coffee beans (French Roast or Espresso)
- Coarse ground black pepper
Mix about 1/3 coffee beans and 2/3 pepper
Coat steaks with olive oil and Worcestershire sauce
Season with garlic powder
Coat steaks with heavy layer of coffee/pepper mixture.
Let sit for 30 minutes to 2 hours
Sear on a very hot grill and cook to your favorite doneness
This coffee/pepper mixture works well with grilled salmon or tuna replacing Worcestershire with lemon juice and garlic powder with dill.