Steaks and Presidents.
When President-to-be Dwight D. Eisenhower hit the campaign trail prior to his election, after his speech, he’d often have a hole dug in the earth, fill it with chopped wood, and light her up. After the wood charred and carbonized, the crowds would gasp as Eisenhower would toss steaks into the pit to cook directly on the charred wood.
This is Amy's On Franklin homage to President Eisenhower. We use lump hardwood charcoal only (no chemicals or additives like in briquettes), and we cook the ribeye directly on the coals. Due to this cooking process, some of the fat may caramelize a bit too quickly and char.
The Eisenhower Ribeye. Only at Amy’s.