Growing up steak was a weekly item that always tasted so amazing. Mom wouldcook them up in a cast iron with butter garlic and mushrooms. Over time I just couldn’t get steak to ever have that amazing flavor until I discovered grass fed. They are so tender, and juicey you can cut with a fork.
Celebrating our oldest son Jordans birthday with Sinking Creek Grass Fed Steaks. Yum! Sinking Creek Grass Fed Beef
- Bring steaks to room temperature
- Lightly salt and pepper( so amazing marinade not needed for ribeye)
- Cook on hot grille- 5 min in each side for med rate 7 min med and 9 min med well.
- Allow to rest for ten minutes
- Serve with herb butter (see herb butter recipe)
Thank you Aunt Tracy! 🙂
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I was raised on a large farm in a small community of Long Shop, Virginia. Just a stones throw from Blacksburg, Va and a short drive to the WV boarder. I grew up appreciating Appalachia cooking with low budgets and home grown veggies. What honestly tastes better than a warm tomato out of the garden sliced fat with salt and pepper? Maybe a bowl of good brown pinto beans and cornbread. Or even better grilled trout fresh caught from the creek!
My childhood was a dream... and what has made my passion for food- sharing good meals with good friends and loved ones.
My food always has a story and always in sizes to share.
I now have begun a new adventure with my love Jason, and we created the Bellman and Concierge LLC and reopened the beautiful Oaks Victorian Inn. A childhood home I knew well growing up and now saving for many to enjoy as a Boutique Bed and Breakfast. Cooking for guests and sharing traditions. Come visit us at
Im a county girl with a lot of love to share and I share in my cooking, stories and big hugs. Girl raised in the South cooking- that's me! GRITCOOKING!
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