New York Strip, is one of my all-time favorite cuts of steak. Cooked to a perfect medium rare, the New York Strip has great favor, a tender texture, and is perfect with all the traditional steakhouse side dishes. The quality the meat, as always is super important, and here I’m cooking some of the best from Certified Steak and Seafood.
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Burgers are a favorite of mine because there are literally thousands of different versions you can easily make at home. Here is a Caramelized Onion and Gruyere Cheese Hamburger that is a pretty frequent player is my burger rotation. The onions are cooked until tender and golden brown and give off a sweetness that nothing like raw onion.
Ribeye steak, is one of my absolute favorites. In fact, I’ve often heard them called “the chefs cut”, because the pro’s prefer them for their great marbling which brings both more flavor and a very tender texture to the meat. These Certified Steak Ribeyes deliver on all points, and I loved making them.
Filet Mignon in a Peppercorn Sauce, is one of my all-time favorite recipes to make at home. While it comes off as a complicated and complex meal, it’s actually very simple to make, with just a few ingredients. The star ingredient of course is the Filet itself, and for this recipe I’m using some wonderful steaks from Certified Steak and Seafood.
Until recently, a Bolognese sauce has always meant a tomato and meat sauce. So I was blown away when I saw Lidia Bastianich take a totally different spin on the recipe, creating a White Bolognese. This sauce, still with meat, drops most of the tomato, adding a bit more cream and ricotta…which leaves it…well…white.
Some recipes you make because they taste great. Some recipes you make simply because they remind you of your childhood. This recipe for ground beef tacos is both. As a kid, taco night was about every two weeks or so, and I loved it. It wasn’t until much later, I learned my mom’s version was a less than authentic, clearly Mexican-American, version. For years, I made more traditional chicken
Kobe steak is literally and figuratively a different bread of steak. The steaks come from the Kobe bread of cattle, and Kobe itself is trademarked to beef coming from Japan.
While I love traditional steak house cuts of beef…New York Strip, Filet, Ribeye, simply treated and perfectly cooked, I also love making “lesser” cuts of meat, bathed in sweet and tangy marinades, that are packed with all kinds of additional flavors. That’s exactly the type of recipe, I show you here with an Asian Marinated Skirt Steak. Skirt, is cut of steak, not nearly as tender as some of