Browsing Archive: June, 2013

Healthy Beef Recipes: Lemon Marinated Steak Recipe for the BBQ

Posted by on Friday, June 28, 2013, In : Cooking 
Eating Healthy and Feeling Great!

Healthy eating has always been such an important factor of staying fit and most importantly, feeling great. In our busy day to day lives we sometimes find ourselves eating on the run, grabbing a burger because it's fast, or just skipping meals altogether because we are simply too busy to eat, or even worse...forget to eat!

Hot Off the Grill

Ahhh... There's nothing like a good barbecue with friends and family. A good steak is so delicious when it is hot off the g...

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Grilled Steaks Marinade Recipe Ingredients List

Posted by on Friday, June 28, 2013, In : Cooking 

Steak Recipes-Easy Marinade Recipe


Grilled steaks some like a perfect choice for dinner, not sure if they need help. This is an easy marinade recipe to make your grilling and steak recipes an winner every time.


This is good recipe to marinade steaks for as long as a day ahead of time depending on the quality of your cut (or if you are not marinating I usually just use this on the grill each time I turn) Turn your steaks every 2-3 minutes Brush them generously with basting sauce and then re-seas...


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The Best Steak Knives 2011

Posted by on Friday, June 28, 2013, In : Cooking 
In 2011 the best steak knives rely mainly on three things. Price, sharpness, and design. Sharpness is pretty much a given now-a-days as long as you know who you are buying from. The more you spend, the better the blade, and hopefully the longer it will last you. Some of the best steak knives are the ones that cost the least. In college having cheap, good knives was very important. Anything could happen to knives are at college, so you have to buy what fits your life style.

No matter what price...

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Mexican Steak Burrito Recipe-A Recipe Burrito Style

Posted by on Friday, June 28, 2013, In : Cooking 
I lived in Southern California for a few years and absolutely loved the Mexican steak burritos you could buy at the little hole in the wall Mexican restaurants for a couple bucks. One day I paid attention to what they were doing then created a burrito recipe of my own. I call it, A Recipe, Burrito Style. This is one of my favorite meals to cook because it is my own creation and tastes excellent! I am not sure how many calories are in this burrito for anyone looking for a healthy dish. I doubt...

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BBQ Flank Steak Marinade Recipe

Posted by on Friday, June 28, 2013, In : Cooking 
Anytime of year, its a great time to grill! Anytime of year, it is time to enjoy this marinated BBQ flank steak recipe. This is a great, easy recipe that you can start in the morning and toss over the flame in the evening for a quick, delicious tender steak meal.

We've been enjoying marinated flank steak bfor years. We take it to Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day and everything in between!

Be aware, however, that this recipe is fairly salty. Some people love this aspect of the marinated flan...

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How to cook steaks like a 5 star steak house

Posted by on Friday, June 28, 2013, In : Cooking 

Cooking a great steak doesn’t require a grill. In fact most of the world’s top steak houses don’t use grills. They broil their steaks in a sear burner (supped up gas powered broiler), now I am not saying you should go out and drop the one thousand plus dollars it costs for one of these but I can show you how to get top notch star steak house results with what you probably already have at home. Great steaks require us to look at three things: how to select a good steak, how to season and...


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How To Cook Minced Ground Steak, Beef Mince Stew

Posted by on Friday, June 28, 2013, In : Cooking 
Recipe with step by step instructions for ground beef, mince meat stew.

Ready in only thirty minutes this quick and easy recipe using ground beef can be used in a variety of meals.

Create a unique budget friendly ground beef, mince steak meal for your family.

Step by step guide

Preparation time: less than 5 mins
Cooking time: 30 mins
Serves: 6 to 8 depending on size of portions required
Ingredients

1 ½ 1bs mince steak
2 large onions
1 medium size carrot
2 large tomatoes
1 bowl frozen peas
1 Tablespoon to...

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Red Wine Marinade for Steaks - Southern Style

Posted by on Friday, June 28, 2013, In : Cooking 
Looking for some grilling tips for beef? I have some specifically for steaks, and I'm sharing them here with you. I really like BBQ cooking steaks. A nice thick T-bone, ribeye, Porterhouse, filet, or New York strip on the grill is my idea of a great meal! I like mine Pittsburg rare – a little charred on the outside and red on the inside. Yum! Of course, the problem is the price. Choice steaks are expensive these days. The grocery stores around here often have lower grades of meat at reasona...

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Steak Tartare Recipe: The French Classic

Posted by on Friday, June 28, 2013, In : Cooking 
What is Steak Tartare?

This classic of French cuisine dates back to the turn of the 20th century when it first began appearing on the menus of Paris as "steak a l'Americaine." Although not clear why it was associated with Americans, it did appear at a time of booming International tourism and culinary cross-pollination.

Steak tartare is a delectable way of serving beef tenderloin. Just as sushi can truly showcase the texture and softness of great fish, so steak tartare can do for soft and delic...

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How To Cook The Best Steak In The World

Posted by on Friday, June 28, 2013, In : Cooking 

Every person likes their steak cooked a different way, so throughout this article I will make sure that I cover each possible different way so that you will always get the best result for yourself or whoever you cook for.

There are several different cuts of beef that will make a great steak, and there are also many grades of beef to consider, depending on what the cow was fed on the farm, so your first step is to choose which one you would prefer. The choices include rump, scotch fillet, porte...


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5 Simple Tips for Cooking Amazing Beef Steaks at your Backyard Grill Party

Posted by on Wednesday, June 26, 2013, In : Cooking 
One of the most popular grilling foods is steak but it is easy to spoil when grilling outdoors. If you follow these 5 top tips, you can learn how you can produce amazing beef steaks every time!

Tip number one

This one is a no-brainer - choose and use quality ingredients. If you buy an inferior quality cut from a cheap source, it shows. The meat will be tough and lacking in flavor no matter how you cook it. Buy a quality cut from a quality supplier. A good steak will be tender and tasty so whate...

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Most Popular Beef Steak Kinds

Posted by on Wednesday, June 26, 2013, In : Cooking 
Beef steak is a piace of meat that is cut from a cow. It is the most popular type of steaks besides chicken and fish meat. The beef meats may be grilled, roasted, broiled or in pan-frying. Those meats take little time to cook. They are prepared with rice, potato, noodles, bread or pasta in a dish. Those meats can be prepared with carrot, stringbean, green bean, lettuce, pepper, onion or broccoli. You can prepare some vegetable kinds to a dish as far as you like. Popular beef steak kinds are t...
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Which Steak Marinades Add the Most Flavor to Steaks?

Posted by on Wednesday, June 26, 2013, In : Cooking 
The world of marinades and rubs can be pretty confusing to the novice cook. Some say that steak marinades are a must, while others recommend just salting your steak and tossing it on the grill. You'll hear that marinades tenderize meat and that they toughen it, that some are better than others, and that certain ingredients work magic on a cheap steak. Is there truth in any of it? Let's take a look at some of the basics behind marinating to help you find the best steak marinades for your situa...

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Barbecue Rib Eye Steak

Posted by on Wednesday, June 26, 2013, In : Cooking 

Barbecue Rib eye


Rib eye is quite a fatty and tender cut of meat, also known as Scotch fillet. The extra fat content in the steak makes it perfect for dry heat cooking. The fat also adds a unique tasty flavour.


Rib eye can come with the bone or boneless, when grilling your rib eye on the barbecue take the bone in option. The bone adds to the flavour while you grilling.


Rib eye Steak - Preparation


Rib eye come ready cut and prepared, add salt and pepper to flavour. You don't need a sauce as rib ey...


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How to Choose the Best and Most Affordable Steak Knives

Posted by on Wednesday, June 26, 2013, In : Cooking 
So it's Sunday afternoon: you are holding a barbecue cookout party, and you are at the grill, sniffing the aroma of gorgeous, juicy, dry-aged steaks. It smells so good you can almost taste it. But how do you cut it? And with what? If you are looking for good, affordable cutlery to keep you from destroying your steaks, then start by shopping at ShopKitchenAid.com - where you will find one of America's most reliable stores for countertop appliances, housewares, and food and cooking products. As...

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T Bone Steak Recipes - The Right Cut Makes All the Difference

Posted by on Wednesday, June 26, 2013, In : Cooking 
Picking the right steak is very important. The T-Bone steak is one of the cornerstones of beef so it's a good choice. Tenderloin, strip and porterhouse steaks are more tender, T-bone falls in the middle, but don't worry, it's good.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture or the USDA grades beef and the highest quality if prime, that's what you want to go for. Choice is the next best and what is found usually in grocery stores. You might have to call around to find prime, but some good butcher shops...

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Tips for buying Steaks Online

Posted by on Wednesday, June 26, 2013, In : Cooking 

Online stores offer you more high quality choices and assure you that your steak arrives fresh at your door. They often provide great recipes that bring out the best of the beef.


You can start by searching the internet using such keywords as "prime grade beef", "choice grade beef", or "premium hand cut steaks". Take a look at what cuts of meat each company is offering and the guarantee that goes along with your purchase. Compare prices (with shipping costs) but make sure you are comparing comp...


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The Tasty Benefits of Ordering Steaks Online

Posted by on Wednesday, June 26, 2013, In : Cooking 

Let me start off with the discount you can enjoy by ordering food through the World Wide Web. By purchasing your steak through the internet you can avail yourself of discounts ranging from 25%-63% off of regular in-store prices. And to ensure that your ordered steak will arrive in perfect condition they are a shipped in an insulated reusable cooler with plenty of dry ice. You can also receive a free gift when you order steaks online. This excellent gift may be more meat, a 6-piece cutlery set...


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Why Beef Tenderloin Steaks Seem to be Rising in Popularity

Posted by on Wednesday, June 26, 2013, In : Cooking 
It wasn't that long ago when it was difficult to get one's hands on beef tenderloin steaks simply because of the price, but now that the price is dropping they are quickly rising in popularity and more people are able to enjoy the deliciousness of the filet mignon steaks. Some of the best ones are Black Angus and Sterling silver, which are the more expensive brands, though price does not seem to be an issue for the people that want it bad enough.

Beef tenderloin steaks are some of the tenderes...
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How to Determine Premium Steaks From Chuck Steaks

Posted by on Wednesday, June 26, 2013, In : Cooking 
Cooking the perfect steak isn't just about when and how to apply heat. You have to start off with a premium steak if you want to end up with one after it's cooked. But how do you tell great premium steaks from chuck? After all, there are plenty of different cuts of meat that can be referred to as steak, and they're not all created equal. Here's a look at some of the most popular premium steaks and the best ways to choose and cook them.

Ribeye is one of the most popular premium steaks on the ma...

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Prepare Steaks for a Perfect Romantic Evening

Posted by on Thursday, June 20, 2013, In : Cooking 
Steaks taste great and can be prepared for a number of occasions. However, the thought of cooking beef steaks might be a little spooky as perfection in temperature levels is crucial. There are several steaks types you can easily prepare all in the comfort of your home. Steaks are an American delight; the popular types generally include Rib Eye, Boneless Strip, T-bone, Top Sirloin, Porterhouse and Flat Iron. Connect online to the best steak company and buy them at affordable prices.
The Rib Eye...

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Mmmmm, Tri Tip - Not Quite Homer Simpson, But It's Good!

Posted by on Thursday, June 20, 2013, In : Cooking 
The tri tip steak is the best in bottom sirloin goodness that looks like an isosceles triangle. This cut of beef shapes the heart of an emerging design of grilling: Santa Maria-style barbecue. If you desire juicy beef without breaking the bank, the tri tip is a most likely pick for your grill.
Till the late 1950s, quality tri tip cuts were virtually never prepared entire but were frequently ground or sliced into steaks. If you happen to be in California, you'll figure out the rather high clamo...

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Why Looking into the Tri Tip is a Great Idea

Posted by on Thursday, June 20, 2013, In : Cooking 
Tri tip is a triangular muscle found below the bottom sirloin. In the past, it was primarily utilized for hamburgers and soup meat. Butchers thought that it would not be a great idea to offer the tri tip separately provided that there was just one tri tip for each side of the beef, so they collected them and cut or ground them together.
This was up until it was discovered that those tri tips could be utilized to make an excellent steak. It was discovered that this cut, which had actually been ...

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The Strategy to Grill the Great Steak

Posted by on Thursday, June 20, 2013, In : Cooking 
With relation to barbecuing, we at Light Your Fire can enable you to achieve the grill on its very best as well as the components to suit your needs. Now, almost as important as obtaining the right grill is knowing how you can grill your meat correctly. Listed below are the strategies to grilling an ideal steak, divided into three easy groups.
Preparing the Meat


 
Get started with an exceptional cut of beef like Rib-eye, T-bone or New York strip, not lower than an inch thick. (Hint: The more mar...

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The original wagyu meat

Posted by on Thursday, June 20, 2013, In : Cooking 
Wagyu is a breed of cattle that is genetically predisposed to exceptional marbling and to producing a higher percentage of unsaturated fat than other breeds. The marbling ratio can meet a standard of up to 90 percent fat and ten percent meat. Although taste is subjective it has been said that the beef that is produced from this animal exceeds that of any other beef in both tenderness and taste. Originally, the wagyu meat is Japanese though it is now developed in US, Australia also. Most of it...

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Stuff To Consider In Making Orders For Kobe Beef From A Steak Delivery Service

Posted by on Thursday, June 20, 2013, In : Cooking 
If you're asked to define Kobe beef in two words, they're likely closer to "tender" and "steep."A kilo of this fat-marbled happiness from Japan costs up-wards of $200 in the American market. It's so pricy that you might want to look at hassle-free steak delivery services to bring Kobe beef straight to your house at no extra cost.
What makes Kobe beef (or Wagyu beef, which concerns the cattle) so pricey is the method the animal is raised. While the cattle are now being raised outside Japan, the...

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Steak Grilling Secrets of a Master Back Yard Cook

Posted by on Thursday, June 20, 2013, In : Cooking 
Are there really grilling secrets that make some back yard chefs better than others? I can't say that "secrets" is the right word, but I can definitely say that there are some things that, if not done correctly, will make for a less-appealing dish. This is especially true with steaks. Grilling a great (not just good) steak starts long before firing up the grill. Buying the right cut of meat is at least as important as anything else you will do. Buy the best that you can afford. Filet mignon, ...
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Steak and Eggs - Cooking and the History of Steak n Eggs

Posted by on Thursday, June 20, 2013, In : Cooking 
When you hear the phrase Steak and Eggs, what do you usually think of? You probably think a big, greasy meal of meat and eggs. Well it doesn’t have to be that way. Steak and Eggs can be a healthy start to your day when the right ingredients are used, and given that they are cooked correctly. Upon examining nutritional facts for Steak and Eggs meals of different origins, you may find a great range in the amounts of different nutrients in the meal. Some restaurants might serve a meal that can...
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Chinese Recipe - Shanghai Pepper Steak

Posted by on Thursday, June 20, 2013, In : Cooking 
It took me a couple of times to perfect this with the right ingredients, but I've got it down now! This is an excellent tasting Chinese dish and it's easy to prepare. It's lean and healthy too! If you don't like things so spicy, just cut the amounts of the black pepper and the crushed red pepper in half.

Ingredients:

1.25 lb.beef strips (the more tender, the better)

2 tbsp. canola oil

1 cup diced green bell pepper (with most seeds and membrane removed)

1 cup diced red bell pepper (with most seeds ...

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Red and Green Pepper Steak With Brown Rice Or Whole-Wheat Fettuccine

Posted by on Thursday, June 20, 2013, In : Cooking 
Pasta and rice are two of my favorite foods. Now that I am diabetic, I have to be careful with these two starchy favorites. But I have found a recipe for pepper steak served over either brown rice or whole-wheat fettuccine that is tasty and allows me to have my starches comfortably. I thought you might like it, too.

RED AND GREEN PEPPER STEAK

1 1/2 lbs London broil, 1 1/2-inches thick 
1 green bell pepper 
1 red bell pepper 
1/4 cup canola oil 
1 clove garlic, minced 
2 medium tomatoes, coarsely cho...

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Eat, Drink And Enjoy A Rare Steak

Posted by on Monday, June 17, 2013, In : Cooking 
The other night I went to my favorite buffet as I was craving a juicy rare steak. As I always did, I requested that they make me a rare steak as they do not serve it on the buffet rare. Since my last visit at the restaurant, there was a new manager. Prior to this visit I was able to get my steak cooked the way I like it. The new manager was not obliging. His argument was the danger of E. coli infection.

This experience got me to thinking about the excessive concern with E. coli, Salmonella, an...

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Light Veal Recipes to Barbeque or to Broil

Posted by on Monday, June 17, 2013, In : Cooking 
With everyone watching their weight and seeking out recipes that are low in fat and calories you may think that you have to give up some of your favorite dishes, but you can find many light veal recipes that you are sure to enjoy You will never be able to tell that these unique recipes are considered to be a light meal once you taste the savory dish. Low carb and barbeque can go together

This light veal recipe is for those that love salad with an Italian flavor. You will need:

2 ½ pounds of ve...

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How to Prepare Kobe Beef With Dipping Sauce and Hibachi Slaw

Posted by on Monday, June 17, 2013, In : Cooking 
If you are looking for a special delicacy to prepare for your loved one, you may want to try preparing Kobe steaks with dipping sauce and Hibachi slaw. What makes this more convenient is that you can get Kobe steaks for sale online. If you want to make your own Kobe beef, you will need the following ingredients and materials:

For the dipping sauce: 
2 tablespoons of wasabi powder 
1 ½ tablespoons of water 
1 teaspoon of minced garlic 
1 ounce of chili sauce 
3 ¼ ounces of soy sauce 
1 ounce of whi...

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Swiss Venison Round Steak Meal Using Vintage Recipes

Posted by on Monday, June 17, 2013, In : Cooking 
Fall and deer hunting are synonymous in many areas. Looking through my vintage recipe collection, I noticed this old recipe for swiss venison round steak. If you enjoy venison, give this meal a try. Our menu includes the venison round steak, Kentucky-style corn, and salted peanut cake.

SWISS VENISON ROUND STEAK

2 venison round steaks, approx 1 1/2 lbs 
1/4 cup flour 
2 tsp salt 
1/8 tsp pepper 
1/4 cup butter 
1 cup water 
1 med onion, chopped 
1 cup diced celery 
1/2 cup sour cream

Wipe steaks clean wi...

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Best Kobe Steaks Sold By Online Stores

Posted by on Monday, June 17, 2013, In : Cooking 
for your family or friends at home. Kobe beef is a good choice since it is considered as one of the most premium beefs around.

Kobe beef from Kobe, Japan is quite expensive since the best cows are only kept in Japan and exported to other countries around the world. The meat is flavourful and tastier than ordinary beef. In the past, people could buy meat from the local butcher or a meat market, which may not be the most convenient option. But these days, the perfect piece of meat can be purchas...

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How To Effectively Cook A Japanese Steak

Posted by on Monday, June 17, 2013, In : Cooking 
In Japan, land and grain can be very expensive. Because of this, cattle ranches are scarce, making steak a highly prized delicacy. The only time that people would buy beef is when there is a special occasion. One of the most popular Japanese dishes across the globe is beef teriyaki. What makes it special is that Japanese chefs cut the tender steak into a number of very thin slices and then marinate it in a mixture of sake, a bit of soy sauce, sugar, mirin and some Japanese wine. Today we will...

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Wagyu Cattle Produce Premium Steak

Posted by on Monday, June 17, 2013, In : Cooking 
When you travel to Japan, you might expect to eat a lot of sushi. It is the food that Japan is famous for, but it might not be the best thing they offer. For many people who live in Japan and for many people who visit the country, the best food you will find in Japanese restaurants is actually the steak. All this is because of the special kind of beef that is used to make the steaks in Japan. In a certain area of Japan known as the Hyogo Prefecture, Wagyu cattle are raised. These cattle are p...

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Grilling Secrets for the Perfectly Grilled Steak

Posted by on Tuesday, June 4, 2013, In : Cooking 
There is nothing quite like a good, juicy steak cooked on a grill. But, many people don't know grilling secrets such as the best cuts to use, what size they should be, how long to cook the steaks, and marinades to use. 

Choosing the correct cut of meat is very important when grilling. Some of the best steaks for grilling are the premium cuts such as: 

- Filet Mignon 
The filet mignon is a stylish cut taken from the heart of the beef tenderloin that has outstanding taste as well as texture. 

- Top...
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Steak Marinades

Posted by on Tuesday, June 4, 2013, In : Cooking 
When you are looking to spruce up an otherwise unremarkable steak, one of the best ways to do it is with a steak marinade. Coming in a wide variety of styles and flavors, there are plenty of choices available if you are looking to spruce up a nice steak with something a little different. Whether the flavor takes the form of teriyaki, olive oil, barbeque, or something spicy, there is a steak marinade out there that can make all the difference in your next meal. 

Using a steak marinade is except...
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Buffalo Steak? Try Something New

Posted by on Tuesday, June 4, 2013, In : Cooking 
When looking for something altogether new and unusual to put on the grill, buffalo steak has a familiar flavor that is just unusual enough to make itself memorable. Very similar to beef it has a comforting familiarity. However, it also has a certain something that people notice and will look forward to having again. Which explains why buffalo steak is becoming a popular alternative to beef. 

Buffalo steak is usually described as having a sweeter flavor than beef, giving it an enjoyably distinc...
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How to Get That Perfectly Grilled Steak

Posted by on Tuesday, June 4, 2013, In : Cooking 

There''s nothing in the world better than a juicy, perfectly grilled steak from a high-end steak house But is there anyway I can duplicate that unbeatable taste in my backyard

There''s nothing in the world better than a juicy, perfectly grilled steak from a high-end steak house. 

But is there anyway I can duplicate that unbeatable taste in my backyard? 

Yes, you can! You can easily grill that perfectly grilled steak -- if you follow a few simple guidelines: 

First off everything starts in the mar...
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Most Popular Beef Steak Kinds

Posted by on Tuesday, June 4, 2013, In : Cooking 

Beef steak is a piace of meat that is cut from a cow It is the most popular type of steaks besides chicken and fish meat

Beef steak is a piace of meat that is cut from a cow. It is the most popular type of steaks besides chicken and fish meat. The beef meats may be grilled, roasted, broiled or in pan-frying. Those meats take little time to cook. They are prepared with rice, potato, noodles, bread or pasta in a dish. Those meats can be prepared with carrot, stringbean, green bean, lettuce, pepp...
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Simple Instructions for Preparing Cube Steaks and Stuffed Cube Steak

Posted by on Tuesday, June 4, 2013, In : Cooking 

Known as a cow meat that comes from the hips, cube steak requires more time of cooking than other types of meat since it has a firm texture In this regard, it is necessary to use special equipment like electric meat tenderizer to improve its texture before cooking cube steak

Known as a cow meat that comes from the hips, cube steak requires more time of cooking than other types of meat since it has a firm texture. In this regard, it is necessary to use special equipment like electric meat tende...
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So What Do You Really Know About Choosing the Right Steak?

Posted by on Tuesday, June 4, 2013, In : Cooking 

If you want to end up eating a great steak, there is no other way to do it than by starting with one that is already great Unfortunately, it can be rather difficult to determine whether or not a steak at the market is of high quality

If you want to end up eating a great steak, there is no other way to do it than by starting with one that is already great. Unfortunately, it can be rather difficult to determine whether or not a steak at the market is of high quality. There are plenty to choose f...
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So What Is the Best Cooking Temperature for Steak?

Posted by on Tuesday, June 4, 2013, In : Cooking 

For many of us, getting out that grill is just the first step to making a great steak, and while there are lots of foods that do well on the grill, none of them are quite as good as the perfect steak However, if you do not know what you are doing, it can be extremely difficult to produce a great steak

For many of us, getting out that grill is just the first step to making a great steak, and while there are lots of foods that do well on the grill, none of them are quite as good as the perfect s...
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Getting the Most Out of Sirloin Steak Cooking Methods

Posted by on Tuesday, June 4, 2013, In : Cooking 
Sirloin refers to steak cut from the lower portion of beef ribs, continuing from the tenderloin, which is where we get prized steaks like filet mignon Sirloin is a high quality cut, since the muscles are still doing a reasonable amount of work, giving it more flavor than other areas

Sirloin refers to steak cut from the lower portion of beef ribs, continuing from the tenderloin, which is where we get prized steaks like filet mignon. Sirloin is a high quality cut, since the muscles are still doi...

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How to Pick and Cook Popular Steak Cuts

Posted by on Tuesday, June 4, 2013, In : Cooking 
Many of us have trouble determining which steak is the right one for you, especially if we mostly see steak on our plate in a restaurant This can make it seem pretty intimidating for those of us who would like to start cooking our own steaks at home

Many of us have trouble determining which steak is the right one for you, especially if we mostly see steak on our plate in a restaurant. This can make it seem pretty intimidating for those of us who would like to start cooking our own steaks at ho...

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Getting the Most Out of Affordable Steak Cuts for Grilling

Posted by on Monday, June 3, 2013, In : Cooking 

If you love grilling, but your budget is a little tight this year, you may be wondering if you can have steak on the grill this year The answer is definitely yes

If you love grilling, but your budget is a little tight this year, you may be wondering if you can have steak on the grill this year. The answer is definitely yes. You just need to know your meat. There are all kinds of beef cuts that can be grilled up nicely without breaking the budget. They will take a little more care in preparatio...
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Getting the Most Out of Basic Tips for Good Steak

Posted by on Monday, June 3, 2013, In : Cooking 

What constitutes a good steak dinner is different for different people, but everyone still wants to know how to make a perfect steak That is a little different for everyone, of course, but there are a few tips that can really be a help for anyone who wants to improve the quality of their beef

What constitutes a good steak dinner is different for different people, but everyone still wants to know how to make a perfect steak. That is a little different for everyone, of course, but there are a fe...
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How to Cook the Perfect Steak

Posted by on Monday, June 3, 2013, In : Cooking 
If you want to learn how to grill steak, burgers, fish, chicken, or any other type of food, then you''ve come to the right place. One of the foods that I love to grill is steak. Cooking steak on the grill can be one of the easiest things to do, but it can be very easy to mess it up if you don''t do it right. This article will give you the basics on cooking steak on the grill.

If you want to learn how to grill steak, burgers, fish, chicken, or any other type of food, then you''ve come to the ri...

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Grilling the Perfect Steak with Ease

Posted by on Monday, June 3, 2013, In : Cooking 
If you''re like me, you love to grill out and that includes any type of food whether it be steak, burgers, fish, chicken, or any other type of food that you can think of. One of my favorites though has to be steak. Cooking steak on the grill can be one of the easiest things to do, but it can be very easy to mess it up if you don''t do it right. This article will give you the basics on cooking steak on the grill.

If you''re like me, you love to grill out and that includes any type of food wheth...

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So What Are the Principles for Easy Steak Marinades

Posted by on Monday, June 3, 2013, In : Cooking 
Lots of people believe that a tough piece of meat will be made tender by a good marinade, so they buy cheaper grades than they should Unfortunately, that is not really the case

Lots of people believe that a tough piece of meat will be made tender by a good marinade, so they buy cheaper grades than they should. Unfortunately, that is not really the case. Good meat has to start out as good meat, and while many marinades taste great, they do not tenderize all that much. Let us look at three major...

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Buying the Best Steak Online for Your Preparation

Posted by on Monday, June 3, 2013, In : Cooking 
A good steak dinner is the most sought after one by everyone in every restaurant. If you want to provide a special food for your customers, you have to know how to pick out the right steak for that particular preparation. Though you can walk into a local meat shop to purchase the steak you are looking for, purchasing the right ones approved by USDA is the safest for eating. Many firms like National Steak and Poultry provide USDA approved steaks in different sizes. You can purchase freshly-cut...

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Celebrate with these great steak recipes

Posted by on Monday, June 3, 2013, In : Cooking 
Celebrate Ireland's saints' day with some truly tempting food TO celebrate St Patrick's Day today, why not try these fantastic recipes from the Irish Food Board, Bord Bia. 

Whiskey pepper steak (ser ves 4) Not for the faint-hearted, this thick, spectacular grass-fed fillet steak is doused in whiskey, then encrusted with cracked black peppercorns and cooked to juicy, spicy perfection. Serve with potato wedges and wilted baby spinach, tossed in butter Ingredients: 4 thick grass-fed fillet steaks...

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Enjoying A Steak Meal Know Your Options before You Choose

Posted by on Monday, June 3, 2013, In : Cooking 
Want to enjoy a steak meal? A true connoisseur knows the distinction between the real deal and the one that's not! There are a number of restaurants that specialize in steak dishes. But before you book the tables at the nearest eatery get a good idea about what a perfect steak meal comprises. 

The most favored accompaniment for a steak is a shrimp or a lobster. You can also order vegetables like spinach, tomatoes, broccoli, and others with the meat. Rice or pasta also qualifies as complementar...

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Omaha Steaks Makes Mobile Shopping Easy with StarStar Technology

Posted by on Monday, June 3, 2013, In : Cooking 
 Omaha Steaks announced today that is has selected the StarStar mobile engagement platform, securing **OMAHA (**66242) and **STEAK (**78325), to make it quick and easy for customers to receive offers and place orders for gourmet products via their mobile device. 

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Omaha Steaks will begin promoting **OMAHA at the Food Network South Beach Wine and Food Festival February 21-24. **OMAHA will be promoted on signs, through photo activatio...

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Grilling Ny Strip, a Ribeye, or the Great Popular Classics, the T-bone and Porterhouse Steaks

Posted by on Monday, June 3, 2013, In : Cooking 
The New Brunswick Steak Company has one aim, which is to provide you with the highest-quality beef. We want you to eat great meals without fussing. When you're grilling on a hot summer night, you don't want to get hot under the collar trying to make up for inferior ingredients: great ingredients make for great meals. Cooking time is short when you're grilling steak so you've got to start with a high-quality cut of beef. Grilling lower-quality meat can result in a disappointing meal. At the sa...

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Learn the Best Way to Cook a Steak and Get Commended

Posted by on Monday, June 3, 2013, In : Cooking 
Many would say that to learn the best way to cook a steak is like learning how to do art and that there is no way that one can get it on the first try. Although just like with everything else that requires practice to reach perfection, the best way to cook a steak can be learned on the first go and as one gains experience, one can come up with different variations. There are tried, tested and proven ways however to make sure that one comes up with a great steak on the first attempt. 

Choose th...

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Tips to Cooking Steak at home like a Pro

Posted by on Monday, June 3, 2013, In : Cooking 
So you either wanted to recreate that mouth-watering steak meal you had in a restaurant you once travelled through or you just have the craving for a home-cooked meal or wondered what is the best way to cook steak, let's tell you how. 
Cooking a sumptuous steak meal is not half as hard as the chefs make it look. All you need is time, patience and the right skills that have been used by these expert chefs over time. Experts say that to cook that perfect steak, it goes all the way from the butch...

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