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  1. #1
    Marguerite
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    I love those steak marinades that you buy but I

    need to cut back and I figure that some people

    have some simple recipes that they would share



    thanx



    Marguerite


















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    enjoycooking1952
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    Some of the salad dressings are very good. I used in the past a brand

    called "1890". I do have a hard time findnig it, but once I do I stock

    up.



    Sheila





    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Marguerite <flyladystuff@...> wrote:

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    > I love those steak marinades that you buy but I

    > need to cut back and I figure that some people

    > have some simple recipes that they would share

    >

    > thanx

    >

    > Marguerite

    >










  3. #3
    Jacqui Caruso
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    I have a recipe for some steak rubs but not a marinade. I will search my recipe file and see what I can find for you, though!

    Jacqui C. in Dawsonville, GA


    On Tue, May 27, 2008 at 12:08 PM, Marguerite <flyladystuff@yahoo.com> wrote:

    I love those steak marinades that you buy but I
    need to cut back and I figure that some people
    have some simple recipes that they would share


    thanx

    Marguerite[/quote]



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    Armstrong, Charlotte A.
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    <font size="2" color="teal" face="Comic Sans MS">11.0pt;font-family:"Comic Sans MS";color:teal;">Google dump
    chicken or dump beef recipes. You dump the marinade in the bag, freeze it and
    dump it to the CP or pan when you want to cook it.
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    On Tue, May 27, 2008 at 12:08 PM, Marguerite <flyladystuff@<wbr title="mailto:flyladystuff@yahoo.com">yahoo.com> wrote:

    I love those steak marinades that you buy but I need to cut back and I
    figure that some people have some simple recipes that they would share



    Marguerite






  5. #5
    Carol McNally
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    We never marinade a good steak. Just a little salt and pepper and they are delicious.
    I do marinade tougher cuts of meat and
    chicken with <span class="GramE">either soy sauce and wine or for fajitas I
    use tequila, lime juice a little soy and pepper.

    HTH
    Carol




  6. #6
    claytoriv
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    My grandfather used to use Coors beer- he was the best griller.

    Carol McNally <carolmcnally@sbcglobal.net> wrote: <DIV class="Section1"> <div class="MsoNormal"><SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 10pt;FONT-FAMILY: Arial;">We never marinade a good steak.<SPAN> Just a little salt and pepper and they are delicious. <SPAN>I do marinade tougher cuts of meat and chicken with <SPAN class="GramE">either soy sauce and wine or for fajitas I use tequila, lime juice a little soy and
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