Tonight my wife and I decided to grill Filet Mignon, shrimp and asparagus. There was no special occasion…hold on I take that back, we did celebrate 3 years of marriage this week so I guess this could count as our last night of celebration. However, we both just knew that we could save a lot of money grilling at home rather than spending $25-40 per steak at a fancy five start restaurant.
The preparation was very basic. We marinated the Filet Mignon in Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce and Stubbs Marinating Sauce for about 30 minutes. For the shrimp and asparagus, we brushed garlic butter as they were on the grill. As I mentioned earlier, this preparation was pretty straight forward. However, my favorite part of the night was not the steak or the shrimp, it was the homemade banana split I made. Mmmm I might just have to head back over to the kitchen and make another one once I publish this entry. Okay until next time, goodnight.
How do you grill your Filet Mignon?
|Type of Technique:||Grilling|
|Type of Grill Used:||Charcoal|
|Type of Charcoal:||Kingsford Match Light|
|Type of Steak(s):||Filet Mignon|
|Type of Seafood:||Shrimp|
|Type of Sauce(s) Used:||Stubby’s Barbeque Sauce|
|Type of Marinade:||Garlic Butter, Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce|
|Side Dishes:||Asparagus, baked patatoe|