Rib Eyes with Baked Macaroni and Cheese Like 0 Twitter Gina Smith Follow June 25, 2016, 12:24 p.m. in Life and Styles Views: 753 Like us on facebook NOMENOMBLOG.COM My husband usually does the grocery shopping and so I choose from the fridge which meat to defrost. Tonight I am skipping the baseball game just to cook because it has been a while since we've eaten anything but fast food. I'm starting with frozen rib eye steaks. When I unwrap the frozen steaks I season them with a good bit of salt and pepper only. I find that if you add any other seasoning the flavor of the meat is masked. I leave the steaks on the counter top until they're defrosted. While waiting for the steaks to defrost, I heat up the cast iron grill on my stove top and oil it with vegetable oil. This grill is fantastic for those times I can't do it outside, for whatever reason. Steaks or burgers or chicken really come out just as good as they do on the big pit outside. The steaks finally defrosted completely, so I turned the fire on the grill to high and when really hot I put them on. We like our steaks medium well so I cooked them for about 3 minutes per side. I decided to make good old macaroni and cheese. To kick it up a bit, after I prepared it as per the instructions on the box, I stirred in some shredded cheddar, spooned it into a pan and topped it with more cheddar. Then I placed it under the broiler until the cheese was slightly browned. I like a green salad with steak because I find it complements the flavor perfectly. I'm happy with the results because my son said the food was really good! Not bad for steaks on a budget!!! Published by Gina Smith Share Mail Messenger Twitter Pinterest Linkedin Comments Related Article Life and Styles DEAR WOMEN Life and Styles Escape from the BS Life and Styles It Is Still August Right?