Beef And Bison Recipes

Ahhhhhh, beeeeef. Is there anything more luxurious and decadent than a USDA Prime ir wagyu ribeye from the grill? Or a weighty brisket smoke roasted low and slow for 12 hours?

sliced beef
Korean Bulgogi is delicious beef ribeye or strip steak sliced thin, marinated, and grilled right at the table. Kalbi or Galbi is pretty much the same idea but made with short rib meat. Both are wonderful and fun! read more
spiedies grilled lamb
In Binghamton NY they make spiedies rather than kebabs, and for good reason. They're better. Typically they are marinated and grilled hunks of lamb or beef. read more
Texas Chili
Create the ultimate bowl of chili with this recipe for authentic Texas chili con carne. Starting on the grill for a touch of BBQ flavor, this chili recipe is built from numerous layers of flavor, including such unexpected additions as chocolate and tortilla chips to create mouthwatering results. read more
Roast
There are tricks to making great beef prime rib, tenderlon, round, and rump and other beef roasts. read more
Thick ribeye steak on grill
The secrets of making steaks as good or better than they do in the best expensive steakhouses. read more
beef chateaubriand on the grill
Beef tenderloin is the most tender muscle on the steer. But it needs to be trimmed and carved to make chateaubriand and other choice cuts. read more
Sous-Vide-Que Beef Ribs
Smoked barbecue beef ribs are taken to a new level of deliciousness in this recipe for sous-vide-que beef ribs with rosemary wine sauce. Juicy and tender thanks to a low and slow sous vide cooking, the beef ribs are then smoked on the grill to achieve mouthwateringly flavorful results. A pan sauce rounds out this dish. read more
Smoked and Sliced Beef Chuck Roast
Chuck roast becomes as moist, tender, and flavorful as traditional Texas brisket thanks to our sous-vide-que recipe. Normally a tough cut of meat, the inexpensive chuck roast is sous vide until it is fall apart tender before cooking it on the smoker or grill to add a deep, smoky flavor before slicing like a brisket. read more
Smoked and Pulled Chuck Roast
Chuck roast has never tasted better than it does with this smoked and pulled chuck roast recipe. By adding a low and slow barbecue element to cooking chuck roast, this already flavorful cut of beef is rendered juicy and fall apart tender. Once complete, shredded beef is perfect for tacos and countless other recipes. read more
the perfect sous vide sous-b-q ribeye steak
Grilled ribeye steaks are always a crowd favorite but it is easy to overcook this pricey beef cut. By starting the in a sous vide water bath, the ribeye is slowly cooked at its desired internal temperature in order to ensure it remains moist and tender. The steak is then reverse seared on the grill for smoke and char. read more

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