Marinated Grilled Turkey London Broil with Blueberry & Cabernet Sauce

1 1/4 lb. turkey London broil


1/2 cup oil

4TBsp honey

1.4 tsp onion powder

1/2 cup orange juice

MRinTe for 4 hours or more


2 small red onions – thin slices

1 TBsp butter

2TBdp butter

1/4 cup Cabernet wine

3 TBsp balsamic vinegar

1 1/2 cups fresh NJ blueberries

My butter and add onions. Cook for 10 minutes.  Add sugar and carmelize.

Add wine, vinegar, and blueberries

Bring to a boil and lightly smash.

Grill turkey for 8-19 minutes on each side or internal temp around 165 degrees

Light, tasty, flavorful and yummy. Watch the meat in the grill- it goes fast.   So what’s up with turkey London broil????? It’s really a boneless turkey breast- you OK now?    I didn’t want to freak you out…its moist and dicious .

Try it – top it with this sauce or just add your favorite rub and enjoy.

Cukes and Onions in a creamy mustard vinaigrette 

2 cups English cucumbers- large chop

3/4 cup red onion – diced

1 cup tomatoes- seeded and diced

1 TBsp feta cheese


3 TBsp oil

2 TBsp red wine vinegar

1/2 TBsp lemon juice

2 TBsp spicy brown mustard

1 tsp tarragon- fresh/ minced

1 tsp Greek oregano- fresh/ minced

Combine all and refrigerate for at least 1 hour

A true taste of summer- serve as a side  salad or pour ontop of a piece of grilled tilapia for a healthy meal.

Zapiekanka ( Polish Open Faced Sandwich)

Onion ( chopped)
Mushrooms (sliced thin) I like baby portabellas
shredded mozzarella cheese
chives( diced fine)
Mayo ( optional)
Deli Ham (optional-sliced thin)

NOTE- there are no exact measurings here- you just want enough ingredients to cover both sides of the baguette

Slice baguette lengthwise
Sautee onions and mushrooms until salt
Season with salt and pepper
Add mayo to the bread(if you want- I do not)
Put onion/mushroom mixture on top of bread
Add mozzarella cheese
Bake at 400 degrees for about 10 minutes until cheese is melty and bubbly
Drizzle with Ketchup
Sprinkle on the Chives

Ok- so the name, Zapiekanka comes from the word “zapiekac” which means to scorch in Polish. Get it? Its a traditional Polish street food. Its basically a french bread pizza. I know the ketchup seems odd, but it really does taste awesome with everything else. It was said to be invented during the 1970’s when Poland was under Communist rule. It was cheap to make and you could walk around eating and chatting. It was very popular but then died out and is now being revived by the Polish Hipsters ( yeah- they have them too!)

Other Types of Zapiekanka:
Hawaiian style- Add Pineapple and cubed Ham
Greek style- use Feta cheese and add Olives ( Kalamata and black ones)