Sunday, September 26, 2010 - Online Tutoring!

Lets cook up some real thinking by working on some real thinking persons studies.  What studies is Willy talking about?  Well, Willy is talking about things like online tutoring for K-12 and college students that is available through a site called .  Willy is talking about how they can help you by providing online tutoring at the cheap rates.

Yes, when you talk to Willy about exact studies such as  Pre AlgebraPrime numbers and complex. Math Questions , Willy struggles.  Willy does have a masters degree in economics but Willy's math has always been a little weak.   In high school when they started with  Linear Equations there was a time that Willy was lost.  Shucks in had not been that long ago that Willy had learned How to divide and then when things like  Algebra equations and  Standard form came along Willy new it was time for some help.

So what Willy is saying is that if he had some online tutoring back when Willy was in school it would have been used extensively.  Now that this is available for all of those in K- 12 or college Willy can not see why it would not be used.  Online convenience with great help this tutoring just has to be the right thing to do.  That is my thoughts for now.

10-4 Willy

Eggnog Custard Pie

Willy ran across a recipe and asked Mrs Willy to cook it. It sounded like a good custard pie with a twist. It had rum and eggnog in it. Willy ain't much on the alcohol but has no problem when it is for flavor in a good recipe. Eggnog at this time of the year however is one of Willy's favorites.

Well, she cooked it and Willy ate it and it was good ---- try it out!

1 prepared pie crust


2 c. eggnog
3 eggs
2 tbsp. brandy or rum
1 tsp. vanilla
1/3 c. sugar
1/8 tsp. salt
1/8 to 1/4 tsp. nutmeg, freshly ground preferred


1 c. whipping cream
3 tbsp. powdered sugar
1 to 2 tsp. brandy or rum or substitute extract, 2 drops

Heat oven to 450 degrees. Prepare pie crust according to directions. Do not prick crust. Partially bake crust at 450 degrees for 5 minutes. If crust puffs, gently press back to bottom and sides of pan. Reduce to 350 degrees.

In large bowl, beat eggnog, 3 eggs, brandy and vanilla. Add sugar, salt and nutmeg, mix well. Pour into partially baked pie crust. Cover with foil and bake at 350 degrees for 25 minutes. Remove foil and continue baking for 30 to 40 minutes or until knife inserted in center comes out clean.

In small bowl, beat whipping cream until soft peaks form. Add powdered sugar and brandy, beat until stiff peaks form. Garnish pie with whipped cream and sprinkle with nutmeg. Refrigerate any remaining pie. 6 to 8 servings.

Saturday, September 25, 2010

Staying and Golfing at Myrtle Beach

Willy is searching for that great place to go and play golf and do the beach thing and maybe even do a little cooking or maybe not. Well, Willy has found a site that gives Willy that great Myrtle Beach Information that he is looking for. That site is  This site has great information. 
What information does this site have you ask?  Well, It tells you about  Myrtle Beach golf courses and great  Myrtle Beach golf packages.  This site allows you to book golf and accommodations all in one swift visit to this site.  This site allows you to look at several places to play and stay. 
So, Willy is taking a break from the cooking and heading to the beach and the golf course.  This is great stuff and Willy is in great hands with these folks. 
10-4 Willy

Friday, September 24, 2010

Game Day Foods

Tomorrow is a big day for Willy.  His Arkansas Razorbacks are hot and are ready to take on Number one Alabama who may be hotter.  It is great when you see these hot slick quarterbacks come up against each other and get it on.   Can Ryan Mallett win out as the greatest quarterback this year.

What should we do to help.  My idea is to get some great food and kick back in the easy chair.  There I can kick back and as they gruel and grime on the gridiron I can watch the replays on the dvr at my own leisure and slip in some good ole pizza or popcorn or wings or corn dogs or just about anything hot and good or slick and slimey.

So what is your favorite game day foods. 

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Myrtle Beach Seaside Resorts for Willy

Lets stop cooking and lets go to the beach. Several things have kept the old vacation from coming this year and I understand that the beach is clear and the kids are gone. Sounds like a good time to go to and chose the resort of your choice. Willy is cooking up the idea that Willy can get there and the wife can still soak up lots of sun and Willy can soak up lots of golf. How great can that be.

Lets see that web site for those golf packages Myrtle Beach has to offer are right there for the taking.
So, this is something that Willy would certainly look forward to and Willy understands that there are lots of golf and beach fans that think that this would be a good idea to check out the great opportunities that are available at

So, the only question is, do I book today or do I book tomorrow. Vacation here Willy comes. No cooking for me cause these great resorts can do it all Beach, good golf, good food, good wife. How can you beat it.

10-4 Willy

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Grilled Pineapple

Willy tried some grilled pineapple tonight from fresh Pineapple.  First of all willy ate too much fresh pineapple as he was cutting it up.  Then Willy tried putting  a glaze of honey, lemon and pepper.  It was ok but added nothing.

Next Willy grilled it thinking that it would condense the sugars and willy could not tell much difference.  Willy thinks he should have the fire hotter and cook shorter time.

It is good and Willy is going to use it for snacks the next few days.  Willy will get his fruits.

10-4 Willy

Heated Pizza Delivery Bags - Keeps the Pizza Hot and Juicy.

Pizza? Pizza anyone?  Well Cooking it up with Willy wants pizza delivered and Willy wants it hot.  When Willy says he wants it hot Willy is talking real hot.  The question is have you ever had pizza delivered and you were expecting it to be hot and moist and juicy, and when it arrived at your door about all you could say is that it is here.

The Pizza was cold.  The pizza was dry.  My desire for something hot and juicy just turned into the fact that I thought I might need to put it in the Microwave before I could eat it.  Well, Willy has heard of a way to fix this problem.  What is this fix?  This fix is to have something that is out there which is  heated pizza delivery bags

Makes sense to Willy.  If you have heated pizza delivery bags then when that pizza shows up there is a lot better chance that it will still be that hot, juicy, delicious pizza that you were looking for.

So tell someone about it.  Tell your restaurant about it.  Might mean you get hot rather than cold.

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Willy Wok and the cooking factory

Willy has a large disc wok coming to cook on outside.  Willy is looking forward to this.

If you have one of these and have suggestions of things to cook on it let Willy know.  Willy is thinking the following:

  • Wings
  • hot dogs
  • fajitas
  • fried fish
  • fried chicken
  • what else.
19-4 willy - Great Web Hosting for Willy!

Do you need Superb Web Hosting?  I mean to you need really Superb Hosting.  Yes, I am talking about web hosting that makes you feel comfortable that your web site is in Superb Hands.  Well, that is what Willy needs with his web site called Cooking it Up.  Willy wants the best and Willy and you deserve the best managed hosting that there is out there.

Well, what is so good about having such Superb Hosting.  Well, it could be something called colocation.  This is the factor that means when one location where your site is hosting has an issue it is backed up and hosted from another site.  This, as Willy understands it,  keeps your down time to minimum and your up time to a maximum.  That is what you want isn't it, maximum up time so that you and your website can perform at its best.  This keeps you going like you need to be going.  

So if you are looking for great or maybe even Superb Web Hosting it appears that you might find it at  They have the aspects that you might want in great web hosting and can probably provide you with that hosting that you might need.

That is my thoughts on that. 

Saturday, September 18, 2010

So That is What Happened to the Dinosaurs!

Sometimes Willy takes a little Break from cooking for other things.  Willy had this little cartoon sent to him the other day and thought it was too good to pass on.  --10-4 Willy


The Enthusiasm of Billy Mays

Guest written by our friend Trent Horton

My favorite Infomercial on TV would the OxiClean commercials with the late Billy Mays. I have always liked Infomercials but now I can watch many more as I stay up late watching my favorite infomercial on satellite TV.

The enthusiasm Billy Mays showed always put a smile on my face. Billy Mays seemed like he really enjoyed his job. I can really see him being great at selling those premium sports packages like the ones on Anyways, back to the informerical. As I would watch the OxiClean infomercial I would daydream that I was like Billy Mays. Not that I wanted to do Infomercials but in the aspect if enjoying my work. I wish I could go to my job each day and show as much enthusiasm has Billy Mays did during the Infomercials I would see him in.

Billy Mays was great but I also was fascinated by the OxiClean commercials. Billy Mays would make it look so simply to use. It seemed like the snake oil that people use to sell during the early 1900's but OxiClean is a product that actually works.

I have watched Billy Mays sell OxiClean countless times. My wife gets mad that I am always watching Infomercials but it's like I tell her it is better that I watch Infomercials then go to the bar and pick up on strange women.

Willy sometimes uses a guest post.  Hope you got something from it.  10-4 Willy

Friday, September 17, 2010

Shrimp Po’Boys with Creole Rémoulade

Willy likes Shrimp and Po'Boys - What can be better than to combine the two together.  Willy hopes you like this recipe.  Sounds Great.

Serves: 6
Prep time: 20 minutes
Grilling time: 3 to
5 minutes
Special equipment:
perforated grill pan

½ cup mayonnaise
2 tablespoons Creole or Dijon
2 tablespoons sweet pickle relish
1 tablespoon prepared
2 teaspoons minced fresh
tarragon leaves
1 teaspoon minced garlic
½ teaspoon hot sauce
½ teaspoon sweet paprika
½ teaspoon kosher salt
¼ teaspoon ground black pepper
2 pounds large shrimp (21/30
count), peeled and deveined,
tails removed
2 tablespoons extra-virgin
olive oil
1 tablespoon Creole seasoning
6 soft French sandwich rolls,
split horizontally
4 cups chopped iceberg lettuce
18 ripe tomato slices

In a small bowl combine the rémoulade ingredients. Cover and refrigerate
until serving.
2. Prepare the grill for direct cooking over high heat (450° to 550°F) and
preheat the grill pan.
3. Toss the shrimp with the oil and then evenly coat with the Creole
seasoning. Spread the shrimp on the grill pan and grill over direct high
heat, with the lid closed as much as possible, until firm to the touch and
just turning opaque in the center, 2 to 4 minutes, turning once. Remove
from the grill and keep warm.
4. Grill the rolls, cut sides down, over direct high heat, until lightly
toasted, 30 seconds to 1 minute. Spread the rémoulade on the cut sides
of the rolls and add lettuce, tomatoes, and shrimp. Serve warm.1 is What is Cooking With Willy!

Boots, Boots, Boots.  Boots are made for walking the songs says but Willy believes that boots are the foot wear of the great American.  Yes, the great American is often out their working and wearing this great foot wear.  This great foot wear that is so versatile. Who might wear these boots you ask.

Well, the worker who is out in the gas field.  These are people that Willy sees every day that are wearing great things like great Wolverine Boots Then Willy knows many people that work in the cattle industry.  These folks all wear some type of boot.  They like the ones that are a little more fancy but they still like the great boots that are available from a great company like   Yes this is a company that carries many of the great top lines that are available and many of the brands that most people recognize.  Some of these brands are those such as work boots from CAT, Wolverine, 5.11 Tactical, Bates, Rocky, Converse, Danner and other top name brands.

The question is whether Willy is one of those types that is a great worker or American to wear a boot such as these.  Does Willy deserve that name or title.  The answer is probably not but guess what.  Willy wears one of these name brand boots almost every day.  What about you?

Cooking for a Diverse Crew

Willy has a crew coming in a couple of weeks and Willy's wife is working hard to figure out what to have cooked up for this diverse crew.  Yes, they are all family but here is what it may consist of:

  • Man and woman - he with major issues that creates a total diet of no salt and little of anything in the food.
  • Couple who want to loose weight but like me will eat anything
  • Couple who is Military and young lady who is pregnant - want good food but healthy
  • Couple who we see often.  - they are easy to cook for.
  • Older person - concerned about what to eat to keep it all going.
  • Me and wife - too tired to eat

What would you cook

10-4 Willy

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Cooking and Multiple Sclerosis

Willy knows cooking and Willy has reason to know that Multiple Sclerosis is a terrible disease.  This is a terrible disease and many people do not even understand the Ms Symptoms  that are sometimes very obvious.   Yes, their are symptoms that you need to know and their are websites out there that can help you with the knowledge that you might need or be interested in if you have ever been affected by this disease.

This website can also help you with the things that a person with MS or care giving to a person with MS needs to know about a Multiple Sclerosis Diet.  A diet taht can help the person feel better and aid in any healing process that might be available.  

I guess the question is whether or not this is something that you are interested in or something you need.  If you do not have any relations with a person who has MS today then this might not be what you want to spend your time on. However, if you are someone who has a loved one with MS or have friends who do, then this information is very important to you.

Check it out! 

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Country Style Ribs

Willy is a fan of Jeff at Smoking Meats.  Check out this recipe that Willy has found to be great and check out his rubs and great cooking info.  


Cherry Smoked Country Style Ribs


10 lbs Pork Country Style Ribs (boneless are best)
1 batch of Jeff's Naked Rib Rub

Prepping the Ribs for Smoking

Remove meat from package and lay them close together in a shallow pan such as a cookie sheet. At this point I would normally rub the ribs with a light coat of yellow prepared mustard to help the rub to stick however, I opted to spray on extra virgin olive oil instead. using the sprayable olive oil, I coated the top and sides of the meat with a good coat of the oil.

Adding the Rub for Flavor

I mixed up a batch of my famous rib rub and after eating a spoonful or two (yep, it's that good) I used my bare hands to just sprinkle the stuff all over the tops of the ribs. The oil helped the rub to stick to the meat. Once the rub started looking wet all over, I flipped them over to the opposite side and once again, sprinkled a healthy portion of rub all over the ribs. I wanted to let the rub sit on the meat for about 30 minutes before smoking them so I left them there while I went outside to the smoker ready.

Setting up the Smoker

For this cooking session, I opted to use my Weber Smokey Mountain smoker with charcoal and small cherry splits. I used about 10 pounds of unlit charcoal in the bottom of the smoker and about 3/4 of a chimney of lit charcoal on top.

I filled the water pan completely to the top, put the grates back into place and went back inside for the meat.

The Smoking Process

I had about 10 pounds of country style ribs and all of them were able to fit on the top rack of the smoker with a little space between each one to allow the smoke to be able to get to the meat with no problems.

I laid them directly on the grate and replaced the lid. I opted to use cherry for this batch of meat and had a small split which was about 2.5 inches wide and 12 inches long. I laid the split right on top of the charcoal and let her smoke away.

I kept the smoker at 225 throughout the process but for some reason the meat got done much faster than what I had anticipated. I was estimating about 3.5 to 4 hours but the meat was at 165-170 at just under 3 hours. I'm blaming it on the thunder storm that popped up where lightning must have struck the smoker and grilled the ribs to perfection when I wasn't looking!

No problem.. I was hungry and after testing a piece to make sure it was safe for the family, I took it all up in a bowl and brought it into the house for dinner.

How to Serve

In my opinion these will not need sauce however, if I have guests over I almost always serve warm barbecue sauce on the side. Some folks just have to have sauce and I try to accomodate them.
These country style ribs go great with mashed potatoes, corn on the cob, green beans sauteed with bacon, barbecue beans, slaw, etc. You get the idea.
As a lighter alternative, you could slice the meat into thin half dollar size medallions and place 10-12 pieces on top of a nice garden salad. cut them at a 45 degree angle to show off the smoke ring.

Final Thoughts on the Country Style Ribs

country style ribsI told you guys these were easy and it had been a while since I have smoked any of these. I actually forgot just how easy and tasty they are. I will say that there is quite a bit of fat that does not render out of these so you just go into it knowing that you have to gnaw around the fat a little but over all, the flavor is amazing.

The cherry wood was excellent and the 1/4 inch smoke ring was a real beauty.

These are perfect when you want to smoke something in a hurry or when those unexpected relatives pop in for a visit and you don't want to break out the prime rib. From prep to table in under 4 hours and that's not bad for what we call low and slow!!

I do think my rub made all the difference in these ribs.. occasionally I will buy something from the store labeled as rib rub or some amazing seasoning and it just never measures up to the flavor that I get from my own personal rib rub.

BlueSky Scrubs - Wardrobe Solution.

Willy is thinking that something such as wearing scrubs would make lots of sense for Willy.  Many people wear scrubs and look so well in them that it is becoming very normal to see someone in their clothes such as nursing scrubs or other types of scrubs clothing.     Yes, they look good and it is Willy's understanding that they feel good too.  What can be better than that.  Well, it would be great if you could have looks and feel along with having cheap scrubs.  This would all be good.

Well, Willy likes to cook and cheap scrubs might be something that would be good for Willy to wear while he is cooking.  This way the clothes could just be quickly thrown in the washer and Willy could have lots to wear and few choices that need to be made.  Willy thinks he would also like to wear scrubs as a uniform in his daily work.  This would mean that Willy could line out similar clothes each day and not worry if the top matched the bottom and all of those type of things that the wife thinks are important.

Yes, that last item could be really important.  Some days it takes several minutes of my dressing time to find a shirt that goes with the pants that feel good that day.  With scrubs it could be easily lined out and the top and bottom would be of the same color and it could save lots of time.  Willy believes that this could solve his wardrobe problem.

What about you are you looking for a solution such as scrubs?

Monday, September 13, 2010

BBQ Beef Biscuit Sliders

Willy likes the word Sliders. This is something that is short for the Redneck term for BBq on biscuits. See how you like this one.

BBQ Beef Biscuit Sliders Total recipe time: 55 minutes 1 hour and 5 minutes Makes18 sliders

1. 1 beef tri-tip roast (1-1/2 pounds)
2. 1 cup hickory-flavored barbecue sauce, divided
3. 1 tablespoon chipotle peppers in adobo sauce, seeded and minced
4. 18 baked low-fat buttermilk biscuits (about 2 to 2-1/2-inch diameter), split
5. 3/4 cup crushed corn tortilla chips or homemade tortilla strips

1. 1-1/2 cups coleslaw mix
2. 1 red pepper, seeds and stem removed, cut into small dice
3. 1/2 cup green onions, cut in thin,1-inch strips
4. 1/3 cup coleslaw dressing
5. 2 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro
6. Salt and pepper


1. Combine barbecue sauce and chipotle peppers; reserve 3/4 cup sauce mixture. Brush some of remaining sauce mixture onto all sides of roast.
2. Place roast on grid over medium, ash-covered coals or over medium heat on preheated gas grill. Grill; covered 25 to 35 minutes for medium rare to medium doneness, basting roast with remaining sauce while grilling and turning occasionally.
3. To prepare Slaw, combine coleslaw mix, bell pepper, green onions, dressing and cilantro in medium bowl; toss to combine. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Refrigerate until ready to serve.
4. Remove roast when instant-read thermometer registers 135°F for medium rare; 150°F for medium. Transfer roast to carving board; tent loosely with aluminum foil. Let stand 15 minutes. (Temperature will continue to rise about 10°F to reach 145°F for medium rare; 160°F for medium.)
5. Carve roast across the grain into thin slices. Toss with reserved 3/4 cup sauce mixture.
6. Evenly divide beef slices, coleslaw and tortillas among biscuits. Close sandwiches.

10-4 Willy

Cook Up Some Great Tutoring with

Cooking it up spends much time around a kitchen table cooking, eating and visiting with family.  That is what life is about.  Family and friends and children and loved ones are very important to Willy.  That is also why making good grades for the children was and is always important.  That is why when the kids struggle and need . Math homework help  it is important that I see that they get the best help they can get.  It is also even better sometimes when they can get that as. Free math help when possible.  

Yes, it is found that when you are a client of this tutoring website that you can even get some Free homework help to learn how to Solve math problems quickly and easily.  Yes, even if the help that the kids need is with something as difficult as Calculus problems or even something known as Factoring polynomials then TutorVista is the site you want to research.  

They are said to be  the  leading online tutoring company in the world. They offer an unlimited monthly tutoring packages.  These packages cost  $99.99 a month for all subjects.  Students can solve their problems because they can use the service when they want and as much as they want.   This can also be done 24x7.   Free demos help students find out how valuable this can be.   

This is my thoughts about this.

Yummy Bran Muffins

Well, Willy sometimes feels a little unregular and looks for things that are good for Willy and really taste good too.  Well, that is when Willy ran across this great tasting and good for Willy recipe.  

Check this one out.

1 cup All Bran
1/3 cup granulated sugar
1 tablespoon salt
2 packages yeast
1 cup vegetable oil
2 eggs, beaten
5 cups all-purpose flour
1/4 cup margarine

Pour 1 cup boiling water over Bran.  Add sugar and salt.  Let cool.
In large bowl, dissolve yeast in 1 cup of warm water.  Add Bran mixture.  Stir in oil and eggs.
Gradually add flour and beat.  Roll out on floured board (it will seem sticky).  Melt butter and brush circles that have been cut with biscuit/cookie cutter.  Fold in half and place on greased cookie sheet.  Rolls should almost touch each other.  Let rise 1 1/2 hours.  Bake at 400 for almost 15 minutes.  Unused dough will keep about weeks in refrigerator.  Makes about 4 dozen.

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Mailboxes and Recipes - Important to Willy!

Willy likes to cook and Willy likes recipes.  Willy often looks at newspapers, books and things that he receives in Willy's mailbox for cooking information or recipes.  Willy therefore has a great collection.  However, one of the things that Willy also likes is to have things that have a look of class.  That is when Willy thinks it is nice to have a classy looking mailboxes.

Yes, there are mail boxes in my neighborhood that do not look so good.  In fact there are some in the neighborhood that look pretty tacky.   It is these that look tacky that make me real proud when I go to my mailbox and take those recipes out of this classy looking mailbox.   However, that is not all that is good.  

Another thing that Willy likes is that the neighborhood has a regulation that makes those others that don't look so good to get up to code.  However, it is not my job to be critical of the neighborhood but to set an example.  Hopefully, that is what I am doing is setting that example for others to see what a nice house and mailbox should look like.

Now back to cooking and using those recipes.
10-4 Willy

Molasses-and-Coffee Pork Chops

 Willy is a Redneck and sometimes a recipe that Willy runs across sounds like it really needs to fit right in with Willy.  Well, this recipe that uses pork chops and coffee sure sounds like a redneck recipe.  Take a look at it and see what you think.   10-4 Willy
1 cup strong brewed coffee, cooled
½ cup molasses
2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
1 tablespoons brown sugar
1 tablespoon Dijon or stone ground mustard
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 teaspoon salt
½ teaspoon freshly ground pepper
1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
6 to 8 sprigs fresh thyme
4 6-to-8-ounce bone-in pork chops (1 inch thick)

Preheat a grill to medium-high. Remove the pork from the bag. Pour the marinade into a saucepan; boil gently over medium-high heat, stirring, until reduced to 1/2 cup, 12 to 15 minutes. Remove the thyme stems.

Grill the pork chops for 3 to 4 minutes per side, or until they reach an internal temperature of 145. Let rest for 5 minutes; serve with the glaze.

Note: This recipe does not work well with a grill pan or broiled indoors.

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Glass Tile Store is Great for Willy's Tile.

Cooking with Willy is all about what is Cooking whether it is in the kitchen or somewhere else.  Today it is about the home and how the home and other places can be enhanced with great   tiles.
 Yes, I am talking about the wonderful look of tile that make Willy's kitchen look good and that makes Willy proud to prance around the kitchen creating his famous recipes.  Well, that is all well and good but what if willy has to take a bathroom break.  
Well, Willy wants to walk into a bathroom that has been laid with great  bathroom tiles
  Yes, I am talking about great tiles that can make you feel like you are in a bathroom paradise.  A paradise that anyone would be proud to enter.  Much of this is because of the great looking tile that you have in that room.   

How do you get all of these great looking things such as the great subway tiles
 and other great looking tiles.  Well, you take one of the links on this page and you go to the Glass Tile Store.  It is there that you will find all of these items and much more.  It is there that you get the options and ideas that you might want to make that house or other building looking as good as you would want it to look.   This is the site to visit for these options.

This is my thoughts on this and now back to Cooking with Willy.   10-4 Willy

Friday, September 10, 2010

Cooking with Willy has more to Come


Hang in there --- more to come in the near future.


Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Grilled Southwest Steaks with Sunset Salad


  1. 2 beef eye round steaks, cut 1 inch thick (8 ounces each)
  1. 1/3 cup fresh lime juice
  2. 2 teaspoons ground cumin
  3. 2 teaspoons steak seasoning blend
  4. 2 teaspoons finely chopped chipotle peppers in adobo sauce
    Sunset Salad:
  1. 2 small ears corn, husked
  2. 2 large yellow, orange and/or red bell peppers, cut lengthwise in half
  3. 1 medium tomato, chopped
  4. 1 tablespoon olive oil


1. Combine Marinade ingredients in small bowl. Cover and refrigerate 2 tablespoons for Sunset Salad. Place beef steaks and remaining marinade in food-safe plastic bag; turn steaks to coat. Close bag securely and marinate in refrigerator 6 hours or as long as overnight, turning occasionally.
2. Place corn and bell peppers on grid over medium, ash-covered coals; grill peppers, uncovered, 15 to 20 minutes (over medium heat on preheated gas grill, covered, 15 to 20 minutes) and corn 20 to 25 minutes (over medium heat on preheated gas grill, covered, 20 to 25 minutes) or until tender, turning occasionally. Remove; set aside to cool slightly.
3. Add 3 to 4 additional briquettes to each side of fire grate to maintain medium heat, if necessary. Remove steaks from marinade; discard marinade. Place steaks on grid over medium, ash-covered coals. Grill, uncovered, 19 to 23 minutes (over medium heat on preheated gas grill, covered, 17 to 19 minutes) for medium rare (145°F) doneness, turning occasionally.
4. Meanwhile, to prepare Sunset Salad, chop bell peppers and cut corn kernels from cobs; place in medium bowl. Add tomato. Whisk reserved marinade and oil in small bowl until blended. Pour over vegetables; toss to coat.
5. Carve steaks into thin slices. Serve with salad.