Labor Day is always fun around our house! We enjoy the last summer holiday—or is it the first autumn holiday? Really it is about celebrating family, friends, and our wonderful country. We live in a wonderful country—flaws and all—and I love America.
Labor Day is a family time for us. We put Neal at the grill and turn him loose! At our home we love a wonderful steak. Neal and I marinate our steaks before we cook them. My dad taught me to do this when I was a child. Ours is really a simple recipe and is not exacting, but the results are amazing.
Place your steaks on a pan or tray that has sides to contain the liquids.
On one side of the steaks, rub in the following:
- Worcestershire Sauce
- Red Wine Vinegar
- Soy Sauce
I am very liberal with these liquids, but I do rub each into the steak.
Follow with these spices sprinkled on the steaks:
Again, I apply a good coating of these as some will come off when grilling.
Then flip the steaks over and repeat. I let mine marinate for about an hour before we grill them.
Serve with baked potatoes, hot rolls, and a garden salad. It’s the perfect meal for us!
What do you serve on Labor Day?