Corn dogs, that ubiquitous county fair food, played a crucial, almost divine role, in keeping David alive during a detour in Dallas. Recipe included.
In this inspired Italian creation, traditional lasagna noodles are supplanted by polenta. Trust us, you’ll feel no guilt nor regret over forsaking custom.
Brisket gets a makeover of sorts when brined and turned into corned beef. We hear it goes terribly well with beer as well as cabbage.
This eminently reliable, no-fuss recipe doesn’t ambush you with carving trickery. It’s just a simple, supple roast beef tenderloin napped with a slightly boozy but goof-proof sauce.
A rib eye of Flintstonian proportions deserves a side that can stand up to its mammoth beefiness. Sweet potatoes puréed with butter galore do quite nicely.
A classic French recipe that really ought to be in your repertoire, boeuf bourguignon has countless incarnations, including this classic version by Craig Claiborne.
Mmmm. Beef back ribs are massaged with a sweetly spicy rub and then slooooooowly cooked to tender terrificness. Yes, please.
How do we love the sweetly spicy heat of this chipotle chili? Let us count the ways. Smothered in Cheddar cheese and sour cream. Ladled over burgers. Loaded on potato skins…
This compelling chili and Cheddar burger is what it is—true guy food, no apologies. Wrap your hands around this messy burger and settle in for the real deal.
The porterhouse is a generous steak when it comes to flavor and size. Here it’s slathered in oil, topped with chopped garlic and herbs, and grilled.
Spicy. Sweet. Tangy. Irresistible. Even healthful. Just what we want in something that’s hot off the grill and destined for dinner.
A classic Italian recipe. Tender veal is pounded thin, topped with a sliced of cured ham and a sage leaf and sauteed until golden brown.
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