Surf & Turf
Surf & Turf
Meat or fish? You can do both with the Surf & Turf Trunk.
On steak night, break out the Tri-Tip Meat Marinade for adding a rich flavor to your sirloins, porterhouses, t-bones and of course tri-tips. Likewise the versatile Vermont Maple Grill Glaze gives your meat and fish a delicious blend of maple sugar, ginger and thyme spices.
Use the Alaea Hawaiian Red Sea Salt as a seasoning to bring out some savory flavoring in your fish. Mix in a shrimp cocktail with the Meyer Lemon and Shallot cocktail sauce which adds delicious and tangy sweetness to shrimp and prawns.
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Vermont Maple Grill Dryglaze (Urban Accents) - This seasoning blend of maple sugar, ginger, thyme and spices gives you the delicious, sweet and savory homestyle flavors of the Northeast for your favorite dishes.
Tri-Tip Meat Marinade (1849 Brand) - 1849 Tri-Tip Meat Marinade is the perfect marinade for Tri-Tip, sirloin tips, Porterhouse, and T-Bone steaks. The rich, wonderful flavor of this marinade will bring out the best in beef, and also works wonders on chicken, pork, and vegetable stir-fries. Used by top-quality butchers for years in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Meyer Lemon & Shallot Cocktail Sauce (Wine Country Kitchens) - Sweet Meyer Lemon and roasted shallot create this tangy sauce; Don't stop with shrimp: dab on icy oysters, mussels or clams.
Alaea Hawaiian Red Sea Salt (San Francisco Salt Co.) - Alaea Hawaiian Red Sea Salt is the traditional salt of the Hawaiian islands. The salt's unique flavor and vibrant color makes it ideal for seasoning a variety of foods. These salts are harvested from pacific waters using traditional methods of solar evaporation, allowing the salt crystals to form with the much desired trace minerals intact. The salt is infused with Hawaiian volcanic clay called “alae" which gives it an extraordinary red color.