1/4 cup of unsalted butter
2 teaspoons dried chives
2 teaspoons lemon juice
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon cracked black pepper
Mix all the above until thoroughly blended, then pop into 'fridge.
Go to the meat market and look for some generic 'cook-out steaks'. You'll need four weighing about six ounces each.
Grab four long rolls -- hoagie rolls, short baguette loaves, po'boy rolls, or such -- some lettuce and a red onion on your way to the register.
Fire up your grill, and cook your steaks to medium rare -- more if you're squeamish -- and scoop them onto a platter.
Split the rolls, lightly butter and toast them. Put a leaf of lettuce and a couple of red onion rings on the bottom half of the roll, slide a steak on top, then get your prepared butter out of the 'fridge and divide into four parts.
Four pats of herb butter, and four steaks -- obvious, yes?
Dab a pat of the butter onto each steak, so it will melt and run nicely over the steak -- and serve.
Voila! LawDog's Summer Steak Sandwich!