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Ribeyes With a Jack Daniels Marinade

I typically don’t marinade any quality ribeye because it’s the supreme cut of beef and I tend to enjoy the taste of the meat as is. But when I started messing around and brainstorming this Jack Daniel’s marinade and I had three prime ribeyes in the fridge I had no choice but to use them....

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Surf N Turf Compound Butter

I absolutely love some surf n turf! I love to make my delicious Parmesan AND herb compound butter for both my tomahawk and lobster tails. I want to share my recipe with you so you can have the same experience I have every time. I can’t forget to mention that I went all out with...

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The Boss Burger

I love to experiment and try different things and I was at the store recently and saw some cake molds and instantly thought about stuffing them with ground chuck. With this in mind, I headed to the butchers and they had ground brisket… My head exploded and I let my creative juices flow. This is...

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Steak and Potatoes With a Mushroom Cream Sauce

Steak and potatoes are the ultimate combo! This time we will take our potatoes up an extra notch and create a delicious mushroom cream sauce that will complement the steak and taters. This recipe will take some time just because of the preparation and cooking of the potatoes but I promise it will be worth...

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Garlic N Herb Prime Rib Roast

Prime Rib will always be the star of any show in my opinion. The high-quality cut of meat is full of succulent flavour that every guest I’ve ever hosted has left loving. Today, my creative juices were flowing and I created a bone marrow N herb butter to paste on my prime rib before the...

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Carolina Inspired Ribs

I absolutely love ribs! There are so many different ways you can add flavor, by keeping it simple with a dry rub, getting that sticky glaze or a spicy vinegar wet sauce. I love the Carolina style of a wet sauce because it calls for a bit of spice. I can’t seem to make anything...

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French Dip Sandwiches

When you make French dip sandwiches you don’t need to spend a lot of money on a cut of beef. For example, I used a round of eye that was 8 pounds and only cost me $30. It’s pretty common in most grocery stores and for that price, you can feed a small village. Okay,...

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Tomahawk Steaks With a Hickory Bacon Compound Butter

Tomahawk Ribeyes are the most desired cut of beef on the planet and if you season them right it can only enhance the deliciousness. Well, let’s add another level of flavor, a Hickory compound butter to finish these beauties off. This recipe is simple but yet many people are nervous to take on the BEASTY...

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Bone-in Ribeye With A Chipotle Compound Butter

When it comes to grilling steak I believe in getting the best quality for what you can afford. For me, I always go with bone-in ribeyes! I get them at least 1” thick and go for good marbling (quality). This is where I just simply log in to my Crow Cow ( https://www.crowdcow.com/grillnation ) and...

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Birria Tacos

What are Birria Tacos? The only way to sum it up is that they are juicy, cheesy, crispy and absolutely life-changing! Well, there is way more to it but that’s exactly what comes to mind when I think about Birria Tacos. Technically it’s a Birria de res stew and it’s slow-cooked meat (like goat, chuck...