Sunday, June 10, 2007

Grilled asian beef tenderloin and asparagus


It was hot, sunny, and 89F today, and I'm back at the grill. This time with some beef tenderloins that marinated in soy sauce, garlic and sesame oil. Also grilled some asaparagus that's brushed with olive oil and garlic. See a pattern here? Perhaps I should have name this garlic Sunday. Oh yeah, there were some brats from the Continental sausage company too. Loving it!

7 comments:

Lee Ping said...

Dear V,
I am curious. What is the long white thing on the left?

East Meets West Kitchen said...

Hi Lee Ping,
Those white things were bratwurst and the ones on the other side were beer brats. :)

Anonymous said...

Very interesting how you skewered your asparagus together like that. Smart move.

Little Corner of Mine said...

I can see is the grilling season for you! We are really bad, probably only use our grill once a year!!

Agreed with the anon, what a way to skewer the esparagus together. I like it!

Lee Ping said...

white one is bratwurst and the other is beer brats. Which tastes better? I like Johnsonville Sausage.

East Meets West Kitchen said...

anon,
Thanks!

Thanks C! Yeah, it's grilling season till the snow returns. :)

Hi Lee Ping,
I like the white ones. Reminds me of the british style breakfast sausages we get at Cold Storage Deli. I like Johnsonville too! :)

Big Boys Kitchen said...

Dear V, Thanks for dropping into my blog, we hope to churn more interesting reports soon.
sunny & sid