Had one for breakfast this morning and decided it was one of the best peaches I ever ate! So juicy and sweet! This evening on the way home from work I wanted to pick up a couple of seltzer waters, but naturally, browsed the store while I was there since I was in no hurry. I found a package of just 8 small pieces of sirloin kabob cuts - under $3.00 for the package!!. Well .... just this afternoon I went to Marshall's to browse for a minute or two at lunchtime and found a bottle of "A Cup of Coffee Steak Rub". Coincidence? Maybe. The kabob sirloin was only 8 small cubes. Coffee Steak Rub, you found a grill pan to jump into tonight! I already has some baby zucchini and a couple of those peaches from the local farm stand.
Don't be afraid to experiment with flavors! The coffee rub was great on the steak, as it was meant to be. It will be equally good on chicken or pork tenderloin or some nice lean chops. The peaches and zucchini were happy to be on my plate and will be just as good with other cuts of meat.
It would have benefited from a serving of rice with some smoky flavor. But I enjoyed it naked - without any dressing or cover-up! Low carbs, high protein, low cal. I didn't want for anything when I ate it.
As most of you who read my Blog posts know, I like to just create as I go. Please! DO that! There is no better way to find out what flavors go together! Creativity is the MOST valuable tool in the kitchen! A fail now and then, leads to WIN WIN every now and then!