Celebrate Steak & BJ Day on March 14th with this romantic recipe!

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Steak and BJ Day was created as a counterpart to Valentines Day – a holiday that many consider to be mostly for women. Celebrated exactly one month later on March 14th, Steak and BJ Day is about two things – meat and blowjobs. So skip the flowers and chocolates, turn up the grill, and check out these fun products guaranteed to make “going down” fun for everyone.


From the book, 10 Recipes to Get You Laid (2011)


2 cuts New York steak (½ lb each)
1 cup couscous
2 large tomatoes
1 small shallot
6 whole blackberries
1 cup beef broth/stock
1 cup ruby port
1 tablespoon salted butter
olive oil
salt and pepper


Peel and chop shallots. Set aside.

Lay the tomatoes on their side and cut into ½” thick slices.

Cut all the blackberries in half.

Lightly season the steaks with salt and pepper. Set aside.


Cook the couscous according to package instructions.

While the couscous is cooking, turn the BBQ to high heat and place a small frying pan on medium heat. Drizzle olive oil to coat the pan.

When the oil is warm, pout shallots into the frying pan and stir with a wooden spoon for 30 seconds.

Remove frying pan from heat and pour 1 cup ruby port in the pan. Return to stove and turn to high heat. Bring the port to a full boil and cook for an additional 7 minutes.

Add beef broth and whole peppercorns. Bring sauce to a full boil and cook for an additional 10 minutes.

Place steaks on the hot BBQ. Flip after 4-6 minutes.

Grill tomato slices on the BBQ for 3 minutes on each side.

Remove steak and tomatoes from the grill and place in a warm stove until the sauce is ready.

Whisk butter into the sauce, add blackberries and simmer on low heat for 2-3 minutes.

Serve steak over the couscous with a spoonful of sauce and tomatoes on the side.