London Broil and O & Co.'s Salt & Herb Blend

It's been a busy few days, which is why I haven't posted since last week. What have I been up to? Well, these 2 guys are both in baseball this spring!

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So, as I get my bearings with getting dinner on the table much later than usual my postings may be a little more sporadic. I hope that my plan this week works a bit better, especially since we only have games on one night. Any ideas on how I can split myself into 2 people so I can watch both games at the same time? Thankfully, this is the only conflict we have with games this season, so I do consider myself quite lucky.

I did manage to make a nice dinner tonight. London Broil was on sale for $1.99 a pound for a twin pack, not too bad at all! Of course, then I needed to decide on how to prepare it. After an afternoon at a kid's birthday party my ambition was a bit dimmed, so I pulled out a seasoning mix I purchased from O & Co. Their Salt & Herb Seasoning for Meat is full of flavor and adds plenty of flavor to London Broil. The seasoning can be used with beef or poultry with equally delicious results.

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I enjoyed my serving over simple greens with a drizzle of the aged balsamic vinegar I picked up from O & Co. The meat was nicely seasoned, and not overwhelming as both of my boys still devoured their portions. We are looking forward to enjoying the leftovers this week!

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Anonymous said…
I am not so much of a meat person ( I am but not so much steak) but if I were I'd totally love this!!! hehe "wink"

I wanted to say how SINCERE your children look, it is very refreshing to see.
Coleens Recipes said…
Your little guys are beautiful!!
Leslie said…
I love London Broil..and it looks cooked perfectly
Christy said…
London Broil..Mmmmm! Your boys are absolutely precious! Good luck at the ball games. :)
Megan said…
You got some good looking boys there. Precious kids! Good luck with the cloning. ;)
The meat looks excellent and what a great price. I need to be pricing London Broil around here.
Cate O'Malley said…
I totally hear you on refiguring a new weeknight routine. Between soccer, karate and scouts, it's tough!
This looks perfectly prepared! Yum!
Kristin said…
We have the same issue during ball season. Not a good time for intense (who am I kidding, any)recipes! Just get something in them and head out is what usually happens!! Its so worth it though, huh? I love it!

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