Wagner's Mustards are amazing! Bob makes all his mustard here in the Treasure Valley, you can learn more about Wagner's Mustards here. We love being able to sell his mustards in our store. This recipe is on his website as well.
Place olive oil and butter in a small sauté pan over medium high heat. Add garlic and pan roast until soft, about 5 -10 minutes. Let cool. Remove the garlic and reserve the oil/butter. Add garlic to a small bowl and mash with a fork. Add thyme and mustard and mix well, making a paste. Set aside for 15 minutes or so to let flavors mature.
Season steaks with kosher salt and pepper and baste with the olive oil/butter on both sides. Cook steaks on a hot grill for 4 -5 minutes each side. Baste with the oil/butter periodically. When steaks are almost done, cover each generously with the mustard/garlic paste. Top with a generous amount of parmesan cheese. Continue grilling until cheese and mustard form a crust. Let steaks rest five minutes before eating.
A fabulous BBQ Sauce for Briskets, Steaks, and more!
Mix all together in a stainless steel pot, not cast iron or aluminum. Heat to a simmer, stirring every couple minutes to blend flavors, set aside and let cool.
We have met the nicest couple who enjoy our beef and we enjoy our visits with them! They shared this amazing short rib recipe with us... hope you enjoy it too
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Heat your Dutch oven on your stove top and add olive oil. Season short ribs with salt and pepper, then cook for 10-25 minutes until well browned on all sides. Remove the short ribs and set aside. Add tomato paste and heat for 2 minutes. Add wine and deglaze pan. Bring to boil and cook for 10-15 minutes until the liquid is reduced by half. Add beef stock, return the short ribs to the pot, add the halved garlic cut side down and bring to a boil. Baste the ribs. Put the lid on the Dutch oven and cook at 350 F for 3-4 hours until the meat is fall-off-the-bone tender. Be sure to baste the ribs periodically ~ serves 4.
It's starting to feel a lot like Spring! Time to get out those BBQ's and start enjoying the warmer days and evenings! Here is our Favorite Seasoning for steaks, burgers, roasts... you name it, if its meat, it should go quite nicely with this BBQ Rub.
Enjoy the Warmer Weather!