steak, rub recipe

Transcend Coffee La Joya Rub Steak

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Beef Recipes, Steak, Uncategorized
Combining some of the amazing products found at Mother's Market in Edmonton

ingredients for the rub

Transcend Coffee (the one located at Mother’s Market in downtown Edmonton 109 street & 103 Ave), gave me some samples to try the other day. This is the wonderfully delicious way I chose to use them:  One pot of coffee and one special steak rub   =:-) !

Both were delicious; truly a Jewel of a bean! I also made good use of other products from vendors at the market such as dandelion powder from Dandy Joe, Purple potatoes from Green Eggs & Ham and steaks from Sunworks Farm.* As you might guess, organic speaks alot at the market, although I am truly a consumer of all good food.

For the Rub:

4 tblsp. LaJoya coffee beans ground fine

1 tbsp. garlic powder

1 tbsp. “Dandy Joe”  Dandelion powder

1 tsp. sea salt (fine)

1 tsp. cayenne pepper

2 nice striploin steaks

I heated my GrillingStones up to 450-500, meanwhile, I tossed the above seasonings together in a zipperlock baggy. I then placed the two steaks in and shook them up in the bag; pressing any excess seasoning onto them while still in the bag. I hate getting my fingers in there at times. I then placed them in the fridge for about 15 minutes.

once my side dishes were on the way, I took the bag out to the hot Grilling Stones on my grill and placed the steaks on there for about 2 min. for each side with the lid open. And there you have it! I hope you enjoy the recipe and hopefully you will stop by the market and visit each of the vendors. Cheers to wonderful Grilling and Chilling!




*I was not paid for making this recipe. Only given the samples of the coffee. It was my decision to unite the products from the vendors of the market to show you how to make a great and easy steak rub and to highlight some nice vendors I have met.

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I'm a lover of grilling, wife to an awesome man, mom, to five amazing children, three human, two non human (puppies), Nan of two extremely sweet grandkids and some cool fish. I had my first business at the age of nine. My first "Official business" at the age of 21 in a Saskatchewan market. The youngest President of the Chamber of Commerce in our community, my love of business grew. I've worked for small business and large conglomerates since moving to Edmonton, yet my favorite is certainly this: introducing people to using soapstone for grilling and chilling. It has such incredible properties including being bacterial resistant, heating and chilling quickly, searing food to enhance their amazing flavors, easy to clean food safe and used by our ancestors, it's almost like reversing time. Our family handcrafts wonderful soapstone grilling and chilling products for everyone to enjoy healthy grilling and chilling.

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