Thai Steak Salad
This refreshing and filling salad is packed with herbs and tossed in a tangy, fish sauce dressing. It is even better the next day!
A traditional Tunisian white bean and meatball soup seasoned with harissa and peppers makes a nourishing and vibrantly flavorful dinner.
Though this stock takes at least 8 hours to make, but the result is a rich and nourishing elixir that can be sipped as is or used to add depth and deliciousness to soups, grains and sauces.
Mama’s Famous Brisket
This slow cooked beef brisket is a family favorite for Passover or any other special occasion. It may seem like you’re using every condiment in your refrigerator, but the result is far greater than the sum of its parts!
Utilizing whatever fresh herbs you have on hand, a splash of vinegar and minced shallot, you can quickly and easily throw this simple, vibrant sauce together to turn your beautifully cooked beef into an epic dish!
Brooke’s Beef Tongue with Parsley Sauce
Tongue is a great gateway to the offal kingdom. It yields tenderness, richness and incredible flavor when brined and poached in this elegant dish.
Liver is densely packed with iron and minerals that have a myriad of health benefits. By combining the pan seared liver with copious amounts of caramelized onions and melted butter, you create a shelf stable and decadent mousse that is wonderful served with crusty bread, pickled onion and even a bit of freshly sliced fruit.
Fatted Calf’s Rare Roast Beef
This is the quintessential roast beef – generously seasoned with salt, pepper and dried herbs the day ahead of time and roasted hot and quick. Slice it thin and eat it as is or on a sandwich with plenty of mustard and arugula!
Horseradish Creme Fraiche
Yet another quick and easy to make sauce for your beef! Freshly grated horseradish is the key to making this sauce and can usually be found in the produce section of specialty grocery stores.
Charred jalapenos, green onions, cilantro and garlic mingle together to form the perfect accompaniment for a grilled cut of Wintergreen beef.
Compound Butters for Steak
Butter is a magical ingredient when left to its own devices, but combine it with caramelized shallots, or black garlic or perhaps some shaved truffle and you’ve got the perfect condiment for a perfectly cooked steak.
Braised Short Ribs with Maple Syrup and Soy Sauce
What do you get when you slow cook rich beef short ribs with soy, maple syrup and aromatic vegetables? The perfect comforting and delicious meal for a cold evening by the fire!
Pastrami is a labor of love, 8 days of brining and hours of smoking yield this infamous, pepper coated deli meat. It’s the dream reuben sandwiches are made of.