When I was growing up, my mom was one of the few moms in our circle who worked outside the home. Despite the fact that she had a full time job as a university professor and wrote three books before I went away to college, she always made a home cooked dinner that was delicious. I learned my basic cooking philosophy from her -- there is no such thing as being too busy to cook from scratch. Now that I'm a working mom (with no books, but a blog), I appreciate recipes like this one, which I got from her. It's flavorful, simple, and above all fast, and allows me to get dinner on the table after I get home from work with a minimum of stress. —Savour
Score the flank steak on both sides with a diamond pattern.
Season steak with salt and pepper, rub in olive oil and rosemary and leave to marinate at least one hour.
Preheat your broiler.
Combine feta, garlic, rosemary, parsley and some freshly ground pepper. Thin to a spreadable consistency with milk.
Broil flank steak for 3 minutes on 1 side. Flip and broil 1-2 minutes. (Times indicated are for a relatively thin flank steak cooked rare. I use the hand test to test doneness - I poke it and if it feels like the meaty part between my thumb and index finger it's about right.)
Spread the feta mixture on top of the entire steak. Broil until bubbly.
Let steak rest for a minute or two, then slice on the diagonal.
I'm a Los Angeles based home cook with a full time job and 2 young kids, so my recipes tend to be accessible to busy people. I firmly believe that anyone can cook good, everyday meals from scratch with sufficient tools and encouragement, and I try to create meals that are delicious, wholesome and not too intimidating. Most of my favorite recipes tend to be twists on a classic dish that makes it new and exciting.