Beef And Bison Recipes

"Beef, it's what's for dinner."

Ahhhhhh, beeeeef. Is there anything more luxurious and decadent than a USDA Prime or wagyu ribeye from the grill? Or a weighty brisket smoke roasted low and slow for 12 hours?
Corned beef and cabbage
Home made corned beef is not only fun, it also puts the prepared corned beef at your local grocery store to shame. Preparing and cooking this corned beef recipe might take a little extra time but it is well worth the effort when you bite into it! Smoke it on the grill and suddenly you have a barbecue pastrami recipe! read more
surf and turf
Romance is in full bloom with this mouthwatering take on traditional surf-and-turf. Delectable lobster tails are poached in butter then sliced and served atop a smoky and perfectly seared beef filet in this recipe for lightly smoked filet mignon and butter poached lobster! Your loved one will surely thank us after! read more
Roast
There are some tricks to making great prime rib, tenderloin, round, rump, and other beef roasts. Discover our secrets for cooking and serving a juicy, tender beef roast that is evenly cooked from edge to edge with a deeply flavored crust. Our top secrets? Embrace the reverse sear! read more
beef cups
Everything you need to know about the different cuts of beef, all the primals as well as all the popular commercial cuts. read more
corned beef hash
Corned beef hash is a perfect way to use leftover corned beef after St. Patrick's Day has come and gone. Cooking chopped corned beef along with potatoes, onion, and other select ingredients results in a dish that puts all other corned beef hash to shame. Top it with an egg or other ingredients for your own twist. read more
smoked brisket being sliced at Blacks BBQ restaurant
If you've ever wondered how to smoke a brisket, behold the best smoked brisket recipe ever! It all begins by selecting the right brisket, followed by how to season brisket, how long to smoke brisket, how to wrap brisket, how to slice brisket, and more. Follow this easy BBQ brisket guide for mouthwatering results! read more
Prime Beef Marbling
Grades of beef explained: Choice, Prime, Wagyu, Certified Angus, Kobe, aged, grass fed, grain fed, organic, natural, kosher, and halal. read more
sliced beef
Korean Bulgogi is delicious beef ribeye or strip steak sliced thin, marinated, and grilled right at the table at most Korean BBQ restaurants. Kalbi or Galbi is pretty much the same idea but made with beef short rib meat. Here is a tested recipe for making both bulgogi and kalbi at home. Both are wonderful and fun! read more
Corned Beef and Cabbage
This St. Patrick's Day, take your corned beef to a new level thanks to this fool proof recipe. Traditionally preparing corned beef and cabbage means simply throwing it all in a pot of boiling water. Unfortunately the result is salty, mushy vegetables and meat that is tough and fatty. Here are tips to elevate this dish. read more
Thick ribeye steak on grill
Create grilled steaks as good or better than they do in the best expensive steakhouses with this comprehensive how-to and recipe. From selecting the right cut and beef grade to smoking and searing on the grill, you'll be grilling up mouthwatering steaks for your family and guests in no time! read more

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Meathead Goldwyn

Meathead is the founder and publisher of AmazingRibs.com, and is also known as the site's Hedonism Evangelist and BBQ Whisperer. He is also the author of "Meathead, The Science of Great Barbecue and Grilling", a New York Times Best Seller and named one of the "100 Best Cookbooks of All Time" by Southern Living.

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