I have been trying to use cheaper cuts of meat to save some money so I bought some London Broil. I don't love London Broil. In the three years I've been living with SR I've developed a love for fatty, chewy and delicious cuts of meat. London Broil isn't that. Everyone else likes it, and it fits my budget, so I buy it when it's on sale.
What I DID do was make a really good sauce for it. I followed a recipe I found on line but didn't add the cherries or cranberries, cause I didn't have any. But let me tell you, it was delicious.
I have had oil and vinegar with bread and as salad dressing, but I've just started using it for cooking. The sauce was sweet, and buttery and whatever the flavor vinegar gives you. Vinegary? I don't know, but it was delicious.
I think on better cut of meat it would be totally glorious. As soon as our budget allows, I'm going to make it on a New York Steak.
I also made some corn bread. I was going to make it from scratch- the recipe is easy enough but when I went to the store to buy cornmeal, I saw this.
My mom used to make this. And they were .59 for a small box. Each box makes 6-8 muffins with just an egg and 1/3 cup of milk. So I made two boxes and put it all in a 10 inch round pan and made cornbread. Everyone loved it and we ate it all.
At that price, it's way cheaper to make it from the box and it was really good. I guess that's why it's been around for so long.
With butter and honey- along with the delicious sauce from the London Broil, dinner was warm and tasty and we are all satisfied and happy.