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Old Tue, Mar-26-02, 12:44
ladyboyd ladyboyd is offline
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Default Great topping for steaks

I have used this before I knew anything about LC'ing. My guests at BBQ's love it!

Cream Cheese 2oz (softened)
Butter 2tbls (softened)
garlic ( to taste ...fresh preferably, but works with powder too)
parsley enough to give mix a pretty color

You can adjust the ingredients as needed to taste.

(Mix all ingredients, refrigerate)
Put on top of a steak right off the grill or out of the oven.

Can also be used on chicken.
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Old Wed, Mar-27-02, 15:29
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Default Sounds good

We love sautaed mushrooms and onions too, but the onions are a little higher in carbs, but still is great. I will have to try your. thanks Lynn
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Arrow Yum!

Sounds good to me!

We grill a lot of steak, so I'll give this a try.

Thanks ladyboyd!

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Default It was great

I put it on chicken and we loved it. . Was just looking for something different and you hit it perfectly. Thanks so much

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Old Thu, Sep-05-02, 06:54
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Default It was great

I put it on chicken and I loved it. Was looking for something different and you hit it right on the head. Thanks so much.

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Originally Posted by ladyboyd
I have used this before I knew anything about LC'ing. My guests at BBQ's love it!

Cream Cheese 2oz (softened)
Butter 2tbls (softened)
garlic ( to taste ...fresh preferably, but works with powder too)
parsley enough to give mix a pretty color

You can adjust the ingredients as needed to taste.

(Mix all ingredients, refrigerate)
Put on top of a steak right off the grill or out of the oven.

Can also be used on chicken.


Does it work with just cream cheese? Without the butter and garlic?
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Old Tue, Sep-08-20, 19:23
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Hi Benay, this is a very old thread, and the OP has not visited the forum since 2002.

You could certainly try it with just cream cheese, although I think maybe adding some spices of some sort might help.
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Old Wed, Sep-09-20, 04:47
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Originally Posted by ladyboyd
I have used this before I knew anything about LC'ing. My guests at BBQ's love it!

Cream Cheese 2oz (softened)
Butter 2tbls (softened)
garlic ( to taste ...fresh preferably, but works with powder too)
parsley enough to give mix a pretty color

You can adjust the ingredients as needed to taste.

(Mix all ingredients, refrigerate)
Put on top of a steak right off the grill or out of the oven.

Can also be used on chicken.


I tried the cream cheese alone without any of the additives and my steak was great! Thanks for the suggestion.
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Old Wed, Sep-09-20, 04:51
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Hi Benay, this is a very old thread, and the OP has not visited the forum since 2002.

You could certainly try it with just cream cheese, although I think maybe adding some spices of some sort might help.


I don't have many spices in the house and avoid any hint of garlic. But thanks for the suggestion. The cream cheese alone was a great help.

I used to love steak - my favorite food - but the older I become the more tasteless protein has become, so anything that makes it more palatable is a great boon!
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