Beef ribs is a really good alternative to pork ribs, which is far more common. Beef ribs have a bit more texture, and of course, a different flavor. You cook them slightly differently from pork ribs, read on to learn how.
Recipes and information related to cooking and grilling beef.
T-bone steak is a great cut of meat, it is an american classic. You don’t need spices or marinades, it is perfect the way it is. Add some salt and pepper, and you’re good to go. Just make sure you get good quality meat. This isn’t so much a recipe as my way of showing you the simple steps needed to make that perfect steak.
Hanger steak is also called Butcher’s steak, and for a good reason. Allegedly the butcher kept this cut for him/her-self. It is two muscles held together with a membrane, in a v-shaped fashion. The hanger steak is reasonably priced, with great flavor, so you get a lot of value for your money. This is a fine cut, so you don’t want to cook it higher than medium rare or medium. Here we cook it like they do in Argentina, with salt.