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Brandy-Marinated London Broil
This recipe from Bruce Aidells is really fabulous. The night I first tried this I didn't have the bourbon whiskey that Bruce recommended for this recipe, so I substituted blackberry brandy. The results were simply awesome. The flavor of the brandy came through beautifully as I suspect would the bourbon. I highly recommend this for any cut of steak.
Whisk together all of the marinade ingredients. Score both sides of the steak with several ¼" (no more) gashes and pierce it all over with a fork. Place the streak in a zip-lock baggie with the marinade and place in the fridge for at least one day, preferably 2 days. Turn the bag several times as it marinates.
Set up your grill with hot coals on one side and none on the other (for indirect grilling). Sear the steak over the hot coals for 2-3 minutes on each side. When well seared move the streak off the coals to complete cooking, about 10-12 minutes (check temperature to ensure proper doneness.)
Remove steak to cutting board and allow to rest 8-10 minutes. Slice the steak across the grain ¼" wide or so and serve.
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