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Cooking Classics: Tri-Tip Steak Kabobs

Cooking Classics The Technique  Tri-Tip Steak Kabobs Grilled steak kabobs are always a welcome dish when weeknight suppers or entertaining is planned. It’s also a good way to account for reasonable portion control at mealtime. Rosemary-Garlic Tri-Tip Steak Kabobs use simple, fresh ingredients for a colorful take on a classic favorite when outdoor grilling heats […]

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The Basics: Garlic Press

Cooking Essentials  The Technique  Garlic Press  A garlic press is a simple tool that every kitchen needs. Unlike mincing cloves with a chef knife, a garlic press pushes them through a number of tiny holes that not only creates small flecks of the pungent aromatic but it releases essential flavor. The tool was originally designed […]

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The Basics: Tri-Tip Steak

Cooking Essentials  The Profile Tri-Tip Steak Tri-Tip Steak, also known as Bottom Sirloin, is a cut located directly below Top Sirloin between the Short Loin & Round regions of the cow. It is named specifically for the triangular shape of the cut. Tri-Tip is a flavorful, boneless piece of meat that is fairly tender & ideal for grilling & […]

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The Basics: Stone Ground Mustard

Cooking Essentials  The Technique  Stone Ground Mustard  Stone ground mustard is a condiment that features brown mustard seeds. The flavor may be best described as spicy, stout & tangy. The most basic folumals include salt & vinegar while the liquid can be as simple as water or range from fruit juice to whiskey with a coarse yet […]

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Cooking Classics: Chimichurri Steak & Potato Salad

Cooking Classics The Technique Chimichurri Steak & Potato Salad Pairing leftovers make some of the most delicious lunches the following day. Chimichurri Steak & Potato Salad may be assembled quickly & topped with either creamy or vinegar based salad dressings. The point is to use whatever you may have in the refrigerator. Roasted vegetables, tomatoes […]

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Cooking Classics: Flat Iron Steak With Chimichurri

Cooking Classics The Technique  Flat Iron Steak With Chimichurri Flat Iron Steak With Chimichurri is an effortless main dish ideal to serve anytime. The flavorful herb condiment comes together fast when a food processor is used. If grilling outdoors isn’t an option, try searing the steak, covered, in a cast iron skillet for equally tasty results. […]

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Cooking Classics: Chimichurri

Cooking Classics The Technique Chimichurri Fresh herb sauces take classic grilled beef & pork to new heights. Chimichurri, with Argentinian origins, is an uncooked condiment that may be used for cooking or table side to add taste & depth to foods. Green versions make use of many herb combinations whilst red feature paprika & peppers. A […]

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The Basics: Flat Iron Steak

Cooking Essentials The Profile Flat Iron Steak Flat Iron Steak, also known as Top Blade Steak when sliced crosswise, is taken from the shoulder region of the cow. This wonderfully easy to prepare beef cut is well-marbled & tender. It may be seasoned with a flavorful marinade or custom dry rub for use in stir-fry recipes or salads. Flat Iron Steak features sound […]

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