|Grandma's, heck yeah!|
We seasoned each packet with paprika, parsley, salt, and pepper. Two tabs of butter and some "heavy cream." I put that in quotes because my only job was to bring the cream. And silly me left it in the fridge. Thanks to the internet, I found that you can substitute heavy cream in recipes by using 1/4 cup melted butter mixed with 3/4 cup milk.
We sealed the foil packets and put on the grill for 30 mins. The recipe says to put on the hottest part of the grill. Mom was in charge of the grill. Remember this later.
While that was cooking we started on the ribeye (which wasn't a ribeye it was a tri trip steak). We seasoned the steak with salt and pepper and rubbed some butter on it. Then onto the grill it went.
While everything grilled we started on the sauce. We sauteed onions in butter.
After the cream has reduced by about half, add a 1/2 cup of blue cheese until melted.
As you can see the potato packets ended up a little burnt. I think this was probably a problem with how high the grill was set. The steak was a little burnt on the outside also. The steak wasn't bad, but I'm not a blue cheese fan. Mom liked it and said next time she would add more blue cheese. The non-burned part of the potato packets was good. Needed more cream then what we put probably, and maybe some more seasoning. I hate recipes that say "to taste." I like more concrete amounts to start off with. I can adjust later.
I won't make the steak again, though mom will. I am already planning on trying the potatoes again with Travis. Hopefully his grilling skills are a little better then mom's.