Posts Tagged by steak
|June 18, 2013||Posted by Melissa under Cooking, Recipes|
Sandwiches are perfect picnic foods because they’re portable, they can be hand-held, and we are only limited by our imaginations when it comes to what fillings and breads to use. Mayonnaise and mustard are great sandwich spreads, but have you doctored them up with seasonings or substituted those with your favorite salad dressing, herbed cheese spread, or […] continue reading
|September 28, 2012||Posted by Kristopher under Cooking, Healthy Eating, Produce|
The final installment of Chef Justin showing me what to grill for my party. Be sure to watch parts 1 & 2 for the full story. Here are some helpful hints that Chef Justin gave while we were grilling: When you grill, you want to keep the lid up to sear the meat, only close […] continue reading
|September 11, 2012||Posted by Kristopher under Cooking, Healthy Eating, Seafood|
Here’s the second of three parts of Grilling with Chef Justin! We prep the veggies and skewers to go on the grill. Be sure to come back and check out the final installment soon! continue reading
|July 16, 2012||Posted by Chris M. under Cooking, Healthy Eating, Recipes|
My Independence Day meal was a huge success. I went with thinner cuts of Ribeye steaks instead of thick cuts, which were ready only after about 2 minutes each side on the grill for medium rare. I had a bag of Florida red potatoes that I found in my pantry and tried to pick ones […] continue reading
|July 3, 2012||Posted by Chris M. under Agriculture, Healthy Eating, Produce, Recipes|
For the past few weeks, I’ve been addicted to grilling. Whether its prime cuts of meat or just burgers and hot dogs, I personally think that grilling seals in juices and brings out the best flavors in food. So naturally I am planning to do dinner on the grill for this July 4th holiday. I […] continue reading
For the past few weeks, I’ve been addicted to grilling. Whether its prime cuts of meat or just burgers and hot dogs, I personally think that grilling seals in juices and brings out the best flavors in food. So naturally I am planning to do dinner on the grill for this July 4th holiday.
I will be grilling some awesome Rib-eye steaks with only salt and pepper for seasoning, and add some corn on the cob. While I’m at it, I just might slice up some red potatoes, toss them with some garlic-olive oil and throw them onto the grill as well. To finish it off, I’m thinking bout searing some pineapple slices on the grill.
And here’s another tip: toss some Kaiser buns on the grill for about 30 seconds on each side. The high heat will make the outside extra crispy while leaving the middle warm and soft. You can then cut them in half and add butter, or do it before placing them on the grill. This is something I personally like to do every time I grill.
So here’s to hoping that everyone out there enjoys Independence Day in their own special way. I’ll be sure to report back after the holiday and tell you how all the food came out.