use a cast iron skillet. preheat over high for about 5-10 minutes. when its really hot drop the steak in the skillet and let cook (do not touch) for at least 2 minutes and then flip and leave alone for another 2 minutes.
in her latest film "north country" she plays josey aimes a single mother fighting sexual harassment in the iron mine where she works. "the mine was kind of this very mysterious thing for all of
if you took a mining tour of canada you could start in the yukon to experience the latest gold rush and then travel to the northwest territories where diamonds shine (it is the world’s third largest producer of diamonds by value). in nunavut gold and iron ore mining provide a glimpse of the mineral potential of the territory.
the mining north works! publication focuses on mineral resources in canada’s northwest territories and nunavut and provides details on the many ways mining north works! it’s a northern ‘mining 101’ with information about past present and potential future mines.
the canadian government has given the green light to a huge iron ore mine in nunavut a territory in northern canada even as other iron majors pull back on capex or delay expansions due to
iirc my mother in law just used corn meal & water to make a loose slurry. i'm out of town but will see if i have her recipe once i'm home. unfortunately she died sometime ago so i can't double check that way. she used a cast iron skillet and probably corn oil. her recipes were about as simple as can be but always full of the purest flavor.