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Grilled Root Beer Beef – Food Wishes

Grilled Root Beer Beef – Food Wishes

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Discover ways to make grilled Root Beer Beef! Certain it makes a imply float, however root beer additionally makes for a terrific spicy, and candy marinade and glaze for grilled flank steak! Go to for the components, extra info, and plenty of, many extra video recipes. I hope you get pleasure from this simple Grilled Root Beer Beef recipe!

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  • Seth Lankford on December 1, 2018

    0:08 That's like saying "I don't drink alcohol. I only buy tequila to make margaritas because that's technically a recipe."

  • ZEUKI1 on December 1, 2018

    Add balsamic vinegar and a touch of fresh grated ginger, superb on lamb or game meat.

  • Dirk1nator ! on December 1, 2018

    The Yoda, of cooking with Soda… You kill me

  • Susie Arviso on December 1, 2018

    I love this guy's voice and speech quality. Wish he could read me bedtime stories and cook all my meals while i listen to him talk endlessly. 🙂

  • V N on December 1, 2018

    I DO NOT recommend this unless you TRULY love root beer. I thought I'd like it since I've made root beer bbq pulled pork, but this to me personally, was repulsive. like I felt sick eating it. my boyfriend said it was meh.

    So just fair warning…

    FYI I accidently marinated for over 12 hours… so that MAY have something to do with it. but I'd recommend using 1/3rd cup or 1/2 cup. 12 oz was VERY strong

    ALSO: I 100% RECOMMEND the way he cut the flank steak. was VERY tender.

  • EvOminati on December 1, 2018

    loved the yoda joke

  • ain nur on December 1, 2018

    he sounds cute..😂haha

  • OU812 i4got on December 1, 2018

    Question is, why would you add honey? A bottle of root beer is the same as a bottle of sugar, you wouldn't notice the honey if it was there or not.

  • Joana R on December 1, 2018

    I just feel like crying.

  • BRUCE ASKEW on December 1, 2018

    Yeah fuck the meat police,,i turn my steak whenever i want ,,(medium rare is fine)

  • L Gravovski on December 1, 2018

    "The Yoda of Cooking with Soda, after all you are." John you are a legend. On another notes, I'd love to see you tackle the Kenyan staple Nyama Choma with Ugali.

  • Tempest Fury on December 1, 2018

    I'm wondering how this would do as a marinade for beef jerky

  • Mike Baxter on December 1, 2018

    I made potato salad last week and mistook the Cayenne for Paprika .. t was a small batch and ended up VERY spicy! 🙁 …. My son and I managed to eat it all but it took a whole week, whereas normally it'd be lucky to last the day 🙂

  • Upitty Dawg on December 1, 2018

    I detect a little inebriation, here.

  • Bret Williams on December 1, 2018

    How did 80 dumb ass people no like it?

  • Anthony aj Hernandez on December 1, 2018

    Weird to say but his voice is great to listen to…

  • Mo on December 1, 2018

    something isnt right, You dont seem like yourself chef John

  • Lawn Man on December 1, 2018

    Very nice

  • Lisa Chapman on December 1, 2018

    I'm going to try it with pork tenderloin

  • sawadee2000 on December 1, 2018

    I think that ginger ale would be an interesting ingredient to use in a marinade.

  • Patrick Benoit on December 1, 2018

    Au secours No Singing !!! but keep cooking !!!

  • ZaidsExperience on December 1, 2018

    Great video. Nice and simple recipe

  • DashiZle69 on December 1, 2018

    Anyone else see the face in the bowl @1.19 🤔.. There can never be enough reasons to use root beer or Dr pepper

  • Ryan Meyer on December 1, 2018

    So unhealthy.

  • kyle Downing on December 1, 2018

    This has been added to my fav dishes list! Thank you for all the recipes you share. I really love how you show how to cook these things.

  • Matthew Morgan on December 1, 2018

    You've been phoning it in lately. And by lately I mean the last 3 years

  • Winkie Man on December 1, 2018

    Looks like a good job for the Ronco rotisserie!

  • Vinh Sama on December 1, 2018

    If rootbeer float doesn't count as soda, does that mean a glass of coke with a lemon wedge doesn't count either?

  • KNO on December 1, 2018

    Technically that's indirect heat. Cooking on flames would be direct

  • dageevil on December 1, 2018

    Switch this with ginger beer.

  • Mary Beth Leib on December 1, 2018

    Well…that solves my "What will I serve for the Fourth this year?" dilemma! Amen to that! Thanks Chef John!!!!

  • Nic B on December 1, 2018

    And I just took out some flank steak to defrost. Perfect!

  • Lona Bremer on December 1, 2018

    Thankyou for that marinade tip. Cookit then use it! Looks Great Chef!

  • Nicolle on December 1, 2018

    Squeeze over a bit of lime juice, maybe a side of soy, and some salted tomatoes and you will be having a good time. Another alternative would be a side of vinegar with minced garlic and red onions ^^

  • Marsh Mallow on December 1, 2018

    chef, would this marinade work on pork or chicken? thanks and sorry if its a late comment. ✌🏼😅

  • Jeff Hawarden on December 1, 2018

    I tried this, adding a throat of my own since recipes are just a guideline.
    Added juice of a lemon and more chili.
    Virgil's root beer was great and reduced the soy sauce by an ounce. Great flavour great taste. Thanks chef

  • Mike Leide on December 1, 2018

    any thoughts on Dr. Pepper?

  • dohn121 on December 1, 2018

    Mirin would be a good addition to this marinade Chef.

  • Claudia Perez on December 1, 2018

    I'm currently so pissed off at my ex for being a clueless jerk and instead of continuing my hate, I decided to watch this video. Nothing defuses a scorned woman like a Chef John happy food video 😏

  • michael zheng on December 1, 2018

    I can see myself downing about 9 skewers

  • Bob Weaver on December 1, 2018

    Anybody know what the two salads were?

  • Gene Mauldin on December 1, 2018

    Trying this as a marinade for pork tenderloin.

  • Catherine Thayer on December 1, 2018

    can you use clear root bear?

  • Garth on December 1, 2018

    This is a great recipe..It's hard to get,but not impossible, where I live but I was thinking you could use a really fiery ginger/beer/ale yes it's going to be different but beef and ginger a match made in heaven 🙂

  • R13 on December 1, 2018

    You caught me off guard with the Yoda comment.