Let’s just take a minute and talk about what dreams are made of.
(Uh, a meat eater’s dreams, definitely not a vegetarian’s dreams.)
Like this luscious London broil from Solo Verdi Meats:
I’m not usually one to salivate over a bloody hunk of meat. In fact if you asked me what kind of meat I love I’d tell you I like brussels sprouts.
But this was really good.
Here’s how you make it happen:
1.) Go to the farmers market.
2.) Find the person who’s selling pasture raised or grass-fed beef and get yourself some.
3.) If you’re at the Charleston, Summerville, or Mount Pleasant farmers market, find your favorite spice dealer and buy some Cocoa Nib Rub or the blend of your choice. (If you’re not from around Charleston that’s okay you can still get your spice blends HERE.)
4.) The night before you plan on grilling your meat, cover it with your spice blend, place it in the fridge and let it become the piece of deliciousness it was meant to be.
5.) After you grill it to perfection the next day, remove it from the heat, cover it, and let it sit a little while longer. If it’s a really good piece of grass-fed meat then it just needs a little while longer to truly be as tasty as it can be. We let ours rest for an hour while we assembled the other part of our meal, stuffed baked potatoes.
6.) After twenty minutes to an hour, slice it up and enjoy!!
Have a great weekend!!
Charleston Spice Co.