Friday, April 15, 2011

Beef Yakiniku and Social Media Coaching


So I am on a mission to learn some Japanese dishes, this was a simple recipe, really it means grilled meat and it should be cooked on a little charcoal grill but I used an electric, after searching online I found a marinate for the beef. Its so easy you make the marinate let it sit a couple of hours grill and serve with rice and vegetables. Love these type of meals 


Ingredients:

  • one small pack of thin beef
  • Yakiniku sauce (salt based) adapted from this blog Free recipes
  • 1/2 small onion
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 3 tbsp white wine
  • 1 tbsp sea salt
  • 2 tsp honey
  • 1 tbsp sesame oil
  • 1 tbsp lemon juice
  • 1 tbsp roast sesame seed 
  • 3 spring onion very finely chopped
Method:

1. blend the onion and garlic together
2. In a pan, put wine and saute for about 3 minutes while stirring  add sea salt, honey, sesame oil and lemon juice cook for another 1 minute
3. let it cool and add sesame seed and finely chopped spring onion
4. Marinate the meat in it for about 1 hr then grill for about 4-5 minutes on each side

Serve with rice and steamed vegetables 

Also I wanted to let you all know that I have started to offer social media coaching, I have had 3 clients so far and have testimonials :-) its so much fun to give pointers and help folks get the most out of social media.

So if you need a hand or know someone else who does contact me :-) would love to help


Testimonials:


"Rebecca knows social media marketing inside and out. She is resourceful, ahead of the game, ahead of the technology trends, a great strategist and a truly thorough problem solver. I recommend her 100%"

Amanda Archibald
Field to Plate, LLC


"Thinking about getting your feet wet with social media, or already dabbling and would like to jump in further… well then Rebecca Subbiah is your social media coach.  She is knowledgeable, encouraging, motivating, and humble with respect to her own accomplishments.  Her experience and straight forward manner allows even the novice of users navigate through the world of social media.  I found Rebecca very helpful in “tweeking” some of the finer points of social media and also found her extremely encouraging and a true team player.  Time spent with Rebecca was well worth it."


Lisa Bunce, MS,RD
Redding, CT
Private practice and app developer

Have a wonderful weekend all




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22 comments:

  1. Reb,
    In addition to your testimonials, here's my side of story:
    I would highly recommend you. Your coaching style is upbeat and motivating; very positive. I didn't only get the technological knowledge or aspect of the trade but you gave me the encouragement and the "yes I can mind-set

    Thank you so much for all the help and support Reb. You are one amazing food blog friend that I found online!
    Have a great weekend!
    xo,
    Malou

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  2. Looks delish! I want to try it too.

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  3. Me encanta este platito, me lo anoto.

    Saludos

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  4. I do love Japanese food and truly am happy to add to my collection; it looks wonderful
    Beautiful testimonials;good luck.
    Happy Weekend.
    Rita

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  5. Looks so so yummy..great recipe..Thanks for sharing. Have a great weekend!

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  6. Great looking dish Rebecca. Have a good weekend.

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  7. I love the sesame flavor running through this and that you are playing with a new cuisine. Rebecca, you are one of the most positive people in the blogging world. Spending time with you is always uplifting.

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  8. Beef yakiniku looks delicious. I like the way you teaches.

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  9. This looks like an easy Japanese dish to do and with all the nice ingredients, for sure it will be very tasty. Wish you success in your media coaching.

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  10. mmmm, delicious! what a wonderful dish!

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  11. Sonia :-)
    Malou oh thanks so sweet of you always glad to help
    Belinda thanks
    Angie :-)
    Jose thanks
    Rita thanks so much your always so lovely
    Suman my pleasure
    Roz oh you too
    Claudia oh thanks so kind of you
    swathi aw thanks
    quay po cooks thanks so much for the support
    teresa :-) thanks

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  12. Easy and tasty! My kind of meal :) Thanks for swinging by Deep Dish!

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  13. Just wanted to say good look with the social media coaching, I don't have twitter but I can certainly see why its useful (along with all the other ones).

    Oh, and yakiniku is really good too, especially when it's still a bit rare when you eat it :)

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  14. This is a simple but delicious meal! Nice testimonies!

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  15. Mehjabeen thanks
    wenn sure chicken would work
    deep dish, parsley sage oh my pleasure great blog
    Xinmei oh thanks so much Biren thanks

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  16. How fun to learn Japanese cuisine, always a favorite of mine but one I have little experience with...
    I would always recommend you and love the idea of you coaching :)

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  17. Hi Rebecca,

    Thank you for your comment on Beef Donburi on my website! I'm happy to find your website. I was going through your website and this Japanese recipe just came to my attention so I decided to leave my comments here. You have a wonderful blog and I became a fan, so I'm all set for your new post!

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