Whil Wheber Strikes Again

A few days ago I was spending my entire paycheck…err…visiting my favorite grocery store, and I decided on a carnivorous impulse to buy a family sized package of steak tips. One million dollars later, I was at home marinating steak. I’d actually never prepared red meat before! I was a vegetarian during and after college, so basically my Mama made the red meats before college, and M usually makes them now. There wasn’t really much to the steak tip prep, but I was still nervous that I was forgetting something…It turns out you can’t go wrong with steak tips!

I marinated them in some Organicville Sesame Teriyaki, and let them steep for a day or so. We chopped up one red pepper, a yellow pepper and a large red onion to go along with the tips.

Oh Whil, you do such a great job grilling stuff…You put delicious meats in my belly and a smile on my face. 

We ended up with a great big pile o’meats/vegetables

The steak was sooooo good! I think grilled steak tips might be my new favorite food! The sesame teriyaki marinade was just right– you could taste the teriyaki, but it wasn’t overpowering. The tips were a bit chewy, maybe next time I’ll tenderize them…or something… 

For dessert, I made some chocolate covered bananas. I had a bunch of these ripe bananas that I didn’t want to go to waste. I don’t eat bananas very often, and when I do, I only eat them if they’re a little bit green…I usually make banana bread, but this time, I tried something new.

Ingredients: Green & Black’s 85% dark chocolate, almond butter, bananas, unsweetened coconut flakes.
I melted the chocolate and almond butter in a pan over low heat, and rolled the banana pieces around until they were covered.
I put them on a tray and drizzled the remaining chocolate over them along with some coconut flakes. 

I put them in the freezer for about an hour and then served.


mmMMMMmmmm…chocolate bananas. A match made in Heaven. The dark chocolate balanced the sweetness of the ripe bananas perfectly.

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