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?
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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
sliced beef
Korean Galbi (Kalbi) is delicious beef rib meat sliced thin, marinated, and grilled right at the table at most Korean BBQ restaurants. Here is a tested recipe. Wonderful and fun! read more
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Behold the best smoked BBQ beef brisket recipe ever! Brisket is more than a recipe, it is a concept and a goal. It all begins by selecting the right meat, trimming it, seasoning it, smoking it, slicing it, and more. Follow this easy BBQ brisket guide for mouthwatering results! read more
Grilled Steak and Eggs Benedict
Smoked and grilled filet mignon is the star of this mouthwatering eggs benedict recipe. Perfect for brunch, this recipe features slices of smoky, reverse seared filet mignon, a pillowy poached egg set atop a toasted and buttered English muffin, and rich and silky Hollandaise sauce. 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
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
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
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
Reuben Sandwich
Create the ultimate Reuben sandwich with this simple recipe. If you've never tried a Reuben sandwich then you're missing out on one of the greatest flavor combinations ever. Thinly sliced corned beef is layered thick on rye or pumpernickel bread along with Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and a Russian-style dressing. read more
Barbecued Dinosaur Ribs
There are several subsections and cuts from the ribs: Back ribs, ribeyes, short ribs, English cut, flanken cut ribs, riblets, boneless short ribs. read more
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Chuck roast becomes as moist, tender, and flavorful as traditional Texas brisket in this recipe that smokes and then slices the roast. Taken from the shoulder of the steer directly above the brisket, chuck roast offers as much flavor as its neighboring cut but at a much more manageable price and weight. read more
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Fire meets water with the introduction of the sous-vide-que cooking method. By starting steak in a temperature controlled sous vide water bath, it's rendered perfectly cooked every time. Before hitting the grill, the food is shocked in an ice and water bath to stop cooking so that it can be grilled without overcooking. read more
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

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