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?

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

Roast
Is there anything more festive, impressive, and luxurious than a big juicy beef roast? Well it's easy to make outdoors and it definitely tastes... read more
Texas Chili
If ever there was a food whose definition could bring otherwise genial people to fisticuffs, chili is it. Everyone seems to have a definition for... read more
Thick ribeye steak on grill
How do prime steakhouses get their steaks perfect every time, with a sizzling dark flavorful crust, perfectly cooked edge to edge on the inside,... read more
beef chateaubriand on the grill
Beef tenderloin is worshipped because it is the most tender muscle on the steer, and as such it is usually the most expensive. But it needs to be... read more
Sous-Vide-Que Beef Ribs
Every Saturday morning throughout the 1960s, Fred Flintstone would order a massive rack of ribs only to have his car tip over from their weight. It... read more
chuck eye
This may be the first recipe I ever created. I was an undergrad at the University of Florida in the 1970s. On a limited budget I often bought cheap... read more
corned beef hash
After St. Patrick's Day I have two things: A hangover and leftover corned beef or pastrami. Someday I'll write about hangover cures. When I find one... read more
All Purpose Hot Dog Chili Sauce Recipe
Right up front you've got to understand that hot chili sauces bear no resemblance to real Texas Chili. Zero. Zip. Nada. They are closer to Sloppy... read more
Beef jerky at different stages of preparation
Jerky is a fun snack, but it is far more versatile than you might imagine. Like BLT sammies? Bench the bacon and play the jerky. Like bacon in your... read more
Corned beef and cabbage
Curing meats such as bacon, ham, or pastrami is fun and the results are often better than storebought. But curing is very different from any other... read more

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