Animal studies suggest that AKGs may inhibit cancer growth by selectively destroying cancer cells via their ability to induce apoptosis. Some studies have also found that AKG’s help the body to eliminate toxic heavy metals such as mercury and that they may help protect healthy tissue from the effects of radiation therapy. Because of the immune system enhancing effects of alkylglycerols, they also help the body to fight bacterial, viral, and parasitic infections. (1)
Sweet! So I decided to make a sauce out of the bone marrow to put on top of my steak for dinner.
I can’t even explain how good it was. The bone marrow melted and the sauce was incredibly rich. This would definitely be good with ‘shrooms and parsley, both of which I was out of. Now I can’t wait to go home and eat the marrow out of the other bone with a spoon, or chopstick, whatever.
This post is part of Make Your Own Monday, Eat Make Grow Thursday, Simple Lives Thursday, Traditional Tuesday and Fat Tuesday.
Grass-Fed Steak With Bone Marrow
- 1 bone marrow bone
- 1 tbsp butter or traditional fat of choice
- 1 teaspoon lemon juice
- 1 medium grass-fed steak
- 1 teaspoon garlic
- salt and peppa
- Roast your bones (I roasted two but only used one) for twenty minutes on 450. Let cool.
- Melt butter or fat of choice over medium high heat, salt and pepper the steak and cook to your desired rareness. In my case, about a minute on each side. If that. I like 'em rare!
- When it's almost done cooking, scrape the marrow out of the bones and directly onto the cooking steak. There are fancy marrow spoons, but since I was unequipped I managed to get it all out using a chop stick. Once it's all out, add the lemon juice and garlic to give it a quick sear.