30 Aug '12, 3pm

something to do with that coffee that is timing out….coffee and meat. #bbq

something to do with that coffee that is timing out….coffee and meat. #bbq

Simple BBQ Coffee Rub for Steaks, Pork and More by Chris Arnold Got a little leftover coffee? Consider using it for a rub on a Steak or Pork chop. Keep it simple and start with a decent cut of meat, and grind your coffee between espresso and drip. Just rub in the mixture right before throwing on a hot grill. This will minimize moisture coming to the top, which can result in a soggy, rather than dry crust. BBQ Coffee Rub Coffee BBQ Rub on Meat Also, let your meat sit at room temperature for 20-30 minutes. Putting a cold steak from the refrigerator directly on the grill will result in a more cool red center than you probably want. Keep in mind that you won't see those nice grill marks, since the dark color of the coffee will cover them up. Here are a couple mixtures I use, but definitely feel free to experiment. Steak 2 Tbsp Coffee (grind between espresso and drip) 1 Tsp Cum...

Full article: http://www.ineedcoffee.com/11/bbq-coffee-rub/

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