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Answered: Right temperature to cook a t bone steak in oven

Use the broil setting on your oven. Keep an eye on it, turn it, and enjoy!

Answered: Steak - marinade or brush on?

I tend to enjoy italian dressing as a marinade as well.

Answered: How do i grill a steak?

I prefer to marinate the steaks for at least one hour. You can use almost anything. Dale's Steak Marinade is nice. A1 and Jack Daniels also make nice meat marinades. You then make sure that your grill is very hot, add the steak, and cook to the desired temperature, turning infrequently and making ...

Answered: Has tipping gotten out of hand? Now they expect 25 ...

If a 25% tip is "fivefold" what you normally tip, then you are a cheapskate who tips 5% and your opinion on this subject means less than nothing. I've been tipping 20% for good service for about 30 years, but if I go somewhere and the bill is small I usually give a higher percentage than that ...

Answered: What are the best cuts of steak for grilling?

The best for grilling are ribeye steaks. However, flank steak is great if you are looking to make fajitas. Always bring your beef to room temperature before putting it on the grill. This allows for more even cooking. Enjoy!
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Cooking Black Beans that turn out BLACK

No. I meant mine come out black. I have never cooked a bean or any type and had it come out shiny by itself. When it has whatever the broth, juice or dressing on it, it looks shiny.

Freezer burn?

They won't be any good . Don't waist your time &/or other ingredients.

I made a conserve but cooked it too long. How can I correct for this?

depending on what kind of fruit you used you can strain out the over cooked fruit and replace it with new par cooked fruit or get creative and add a different fruit to the jelly. like if you over cooked black berrys add sweet peaches infusions are very common now days.

Soybeans

I always soak and hull mine BEFORE cooking. If you leave them in a deep bowl of cold water for 12hrs or so, the hulls slip off with a combination of pinching and rubbing.