Beef K-Bobs

Fresh cut steak 1 inch thick or One fresh venicen tenderloin! Fresh bell, red and yellow pepers, fresh mushrooms, 1 red onion, fresh tomatos.

Cut meat into 2 by 2 inch squares, same with the peppers and onions, mushrooms are about the right size! Put into a gallon freezer bag that will seal tight and not leak!! 1 half cup of Hasty Bake Rub,1 half cup of Hasty Bake Greek seasoning, 2 cups of soy sauce, 1 quarter cup of olive oil. Seal bag, and place in fridge overnight! Turn bag over a couple of times if possible to mix! Next day take out of fridge, drain juice off! Pour into large bowl or pan and let set! Start your fire on your Hasty Bake and get the temp to about 180 to 200 degrees steady! Put your hickory or pecan on and get it smoking! It has pretty much reached room temp by now! Put your Hasty Bake grate over your grill or if you don’t have one you can use Skrews! Remember LOW AND SLOW! Enjoy!

These K-BOBS won first place at Bentonville, Ark, Duck’s Unlimited KCBS cook off in 2005!! 54 teams competed!!

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  1. Pritam says:

    Haven’t read Scot’s new book yet—want to and need to—but i have issue with with making the story about isreal rather than humanity. Why isn’t the gospel the climax of the human Story? I’ve read Wrights CLIMAX OF THE COVENANT—deeply impacted my understanding of Jesus life, death and resurrection in relation to Israel—but he makes the point that Christ doesn’t simply fulfill Israel’s Story but Adam’s, since Israel was supposed to do the same.And perhaps personal salvation isn’t synonymous with the gospel, but it is the logic conclusion of it: through Jesus Christ, a rebel/sinner is brought to new life/saved/justified through the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.Also, I’ve only read a sample chapter and watched the promo vid—so want to reserve judgment until I read it—but I’m skeptical of Scot’s premise for the same reason I am of Wright’s: it isn’t rooted enough in Tradition. The Church has always read Scripture (i.e. Jesus’s gospel—and Paul’s for that matter) along side/with Tradition. And I fear Scot’s handling of gospel is the same as Wright’s: divorced from how the Church has talked about terms like justification, gospel, etc For instance, Wright and other NPP peeps fail to address why the early Church didn’t talked about justification in the 1st century Jewish terms Wright claims Paul meant Anyway, I get how American evangelicalism has taken gospel and individualized it to a degree that’s divorced from the cosmic scope of God’s Story of Rescue but I think what I hear coming from Wright and Scot is an over correction.

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