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Answered: Are au pairs as useful as a nanny?

Honestly they are about the same. They both have awesome results. Personally, my wife and I wanted to hire a nanny , but my sister and her husband hired an Au Pairs and they absolutely loved her. I guess it really just depends on personal preference. You can do whatever you'd like, and I'm sure you ...

Answered: Steak - marinade or brush on?

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

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!

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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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How do you cook a 4" rib eye steak

Sear the steak on an extremely hot grill (suggested), or heavy skillet (cast iron if you have one), approx. 4 min. per side. Then place into a preheated 400 degree oven, making sure to use an oven proof pan (no plastic or wood handles, please). Bake until desired doneness. 8 to 10 min. should yeild ...

How to cook flash frozen steaks

I recommend the George Foreman grille. Works for me. But yeah, you do have to thaw them first.

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The cut matters....at least it used to. Now everything looks and tastes the same. It all sux!