Prime Rib-eye Steaks with Mustard Parmesan Crust

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  • on July 01, 2014

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    it was good as a seasoning, but you really couldn't eat the "crust" because it was dry and had way to much garlic in it, and this is coming from someone that loves garlic! But w/out the crust (after it was cooked with it) the steak was juicy, tender, and very tasty!

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  • on May 24, 2011

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    A good steak does not need all that garbage on it. A great cook would not use is also.
    The steak needs to set out about 45 minutes before cooking. A little seasoning and top with peanut oil and spread, then cook over charcoal. Burn the charcoal 25 minutes. Clean and Oil the grades.

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