In With the New
September 2020
New Look!
Hey y'all, you may have noticed we have a new look to our newsletter! Our aim is to have a sleeker newsletter that will work even better on your devices. We hope you will like it.

And now that the kids are back in school, whatever that may look like right now, it's time to get into your new groove. It happens every year and this year looks different, but it is what it is. And, we will figure out a way to make the best of it---we always do!

So we at the Big Cock Ranch thought we'd share a little bit of happiness with all of you out there. When life gets stressful, just grill up a steak! It really is pretty true. And this month, we're sharing a recipe for a really delicious NY strip using our latest addition to the SpecialShit line of seasonings: It has just the right amount of seasoning with the added benefit of tenderizing your meat and getting a nice crust on the surface when you cook it. Holy delicious! Have you picked up a bottle yet?
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BadAss NY Strip Steak
We all know a New York strip is one of the best steaks you can sink your teeth into, but we have figured out a way to really get the most out of it. We don't treat this as an exact science since we all have our own unique tastes, and cooking is an art form after all. But just follow these basic steps for a seriously delicious steak because BadAss Shit does the work for you.

* NY strip steak, 1 in. thick
* BadAss Shit
* canola oil

1. Dust your steak all over with BadAss Shit.
2. Place your steak in the fridge for 1 hour or up to 24 hours.
3. Heat your grill. Right before grilling, soak a paper towel in some canola oil, grip it with some tongs, and use it to brush oil on your grill so the steak won't stick.
4. Pat your steak dry and grill for around 5 minutes on each side for medium rare, taking care to not overcook. The steak should have an internal temperature of about 5 degrees under your desired doneness.
5. Remove the steak from the grill and let it rest a few minutes. Enjoy!
We're always so grateful that our loyal customers choose to involve us in their daily lives. Keep sending us your pics and recipes, and tell us how your experiences are going! We love hearing it and are so glad food can bring us all together in such a great way. Take care and stay healthy and safe. We'll see you next month.


Dan Martin (the SpecialShit Guy)