Yesterday, the representative for my software I use for some of my legal work was in town and she took us to lunch at the Rodizio Grill. This is a Brazilian place here in Pensacola. They have the coolest concept. They have a bar of foods that you pick from for side dishes and it’s all you can eat. They have choices like marinated mozzarella, fruit, chicken salad, mashed potatoes, stroganoff, quail eggs, nuts, salad, rice, and on and on. It’s a three sided bar with so much goodness I can’t remember all that was on there.
So, after you grab the sides, you head back to your table and this guy comes by with different meats and serves it to you. Man, oh, man, there are some yummy choices. I passed on the marinated chicken hearts but loved, loved, the pot roast and the chicken marinated in beer. There was also sirloin steak, some prime rib, and sausage. I can’t recall the Brazilian names but they were interesting. My paralegal is a carnivore for sure and even when the rest of us ordered dessert, she kept asking for meat.
We teased her about the “meat man” and she said she’d date him if he’d bring home meat. We giggled as the conversation deteriorated from there. Lol. We named him Mike “the meat” Spinoza, the mafia man. Yes. All that food went to our heads
So, I promised you a non recipe and here it is. Take a rack of baby back ribs or regular ribs and pour a can of beer over it and bake in a medium temperature oven for 1.5-2 hours. The meat will fall off the bone and be super tender. This recipe is courtesy of my legal assistant.
I had Brazilian cream for dessert which is a smooth ice cream infused with flavor. I picked raspberry and it was divine.