I could not think of a thing to write about today so I thought my marinade recipe would be good to pass on. Robin and I both use little indoor grills and a few months I made a really good meat marinade we both like. It's best on pork but I have tried it on chicken as well.
For a half pork loin I use:
1/4 CUP OF SOY SAUCE (I LIKE THE NEW SOY SAUCE WITH GINGER)
1/4 CUP WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE
1/4 CUP OF A-ONE STEAK SAUCE (REGULAR)
TWO HEAPING TABLESPOONS OF CHOPPED GARLIC
1 TEASPOON CURRY POWDER
1 TEASPOON UNSEASONED MEAT TENDERIZER
LAYER ON MEAT AND REFRIGERATE FOR AT LEAST 2 HOURS
It has a great taste without the heaviness of regular BBQ sauce. Be careful of the tenderizer because a lot of them are loaded with salt.
NOW A WARNING:
DO NOT FEED ANY OF THE COOKED MEAT TO YOUR OLDER CATS...
Last night a really foul smell wore me up around 2am. I think I'm missing a few nose hairs today. My little A/C was humming along but did not do much for the searing smell that filled my bedroom.
At first I was really scared, OMG! Its a terrorist attack and they have got us with a biological agent.
As I sat up I noticed my older cat lucky was snoring and in a deep sleep right next to me. Then I remembered I had given her a piece of my heavily saturated garlic pork chop. I hear about people blaming farts on their dogs but I never really thought about cats farting. I found out last night that cats do fart, they just do it in a sneaky manner.
She got me good last night, I shoved her out of my bed and grabbed the can of deodorizer. I gave the a.c. time to clear the room and finally settled down, free of a SNEAKY FARTING cat. I guess you can't feed an older cat lots of garlic 'cause I gotta tell you the smell was just like my marinade only 100 times stronger!
So, use my recipe at your own risk, and remember it stays with you a long time.
Oh, and don't feed it to your pet.