Classic Beef Kabobs

The three-day weekend is almost here and America's favorite way to cook for Memorial Day is on the backyard grill. Heat up the outdoors instead of the kitchen and create a memorable culinary experience that suits your guests and family's style, taste and love of the grill. The Beef. It's What's For Dinner. brand, managed by the … Continue reading Classic Beef Kabobs

espresso rubbed steak with horseradish cream

Espresso rubbed steak is of our favorite summer recipes! Prep a day ahead, chill overnight and you have a quick, simple and colorful lunch or dinner the next afternoon. It's perfect in an artisan roll or tossed with tomatoes and wrapped snugly in a tortilla. Pair with an ice-cold brew and enjoy! Are you ready … Continue reading espresso rubbed steak with horseradish cream

Grilled Spicy Steak Salad with Guacamole Salsa

Mixed greens, Mandarin oranges, and a spicy guacamole salsa are sure to hit the spot. Snowboardcross Olympian and three-time X-Games Silver Medalist Erin Simmons Nemec is no stranger to training, and Registered Sports Dietitian Amy Goodson knows the critical role nutrition plays in achieving peak performance. The two sat down at the Steamboat Resort, where Nemec frequently … Continue reading Grilled Spicy Steak Salad with Guacamole Salsa

Italian Herb & Cheese-Stuffed Beef Roulade

Beef. It's What for Dinner's Beef Flank Steak stuffed and rolled with classic Italian herbs and beef salami tastes as divine as it looks. What's on your table this holiday season? Pork, Lamb or Beef? We want to know! ITALIAN HERB & CHEESE-STUFFED BEEF ROULADE Serves: 6 INGREDIENTS 1 beef Flank Steak (about1-1/2 pounds)2 tablespoons … Continue reading Italian Herb & Cheese-Stuffed Beef Roulade

Grazing Boards keep brunch guests happy this holiday season

Versatile holiday entertaining features the younger, cooler sibling of the Charcuterie Board Avocado toast fatigue is real. And so is the calendar squeeze for entertaining options during the holidays — not every event can fit into the evening. Enter the new trend for holiday entertaining — grazing boards. Versatile enough to cover breakfast, brunch or … Continue reading Grazing Boards keep brunch guests happy this holiday season

Dia de Muertos stew & cocktail pairing from Chef Aarón Sánchez

Cazadores has partnered with the award-winning chef and restaurant owner Aarón Sánchez to provide a Mexican tequila and food pairing to make with loved ones this Día de Muertos. Cooking and making something with your hands has traditionally been a way to honor those who are no longer here in a physical sense. For occasions where you … Continue reading Dia de Muertos stew & cocktail pairing from Chef Aarón Sánchez

Pairing of the Week: Spicy Sapporo Chili and a refreshing Summer Shandy

It's been a long, hot summer already this year and one pot meals are the way to go to keep the kitchen cool. Drop it in the crock pot and leave it. This dish can be made as mild or spicy as you like, twist, tweak it and make it your own.

Celebrity Chef Josh Capon Shares Recipes to Beef up the Fourth

A perfect pairing! The Beef. It's What's For Dinner. brand and Chef Capon partner to ensure a flawless, and delicious holiday celebration Firing up the grill and gathering with friends and family as beef sizzles and fireworks sparkle may be one of the most time-honored traditions to celebrate Independence Day. From mouthwatering beef burgers, to … Continue reading Celebrity Chef Josh Capon Shares Recipes to Beef up the Fourth

Red Oak Grilled Tri-Tip and Santa Barbara Spot Prawns with Rosé Ancho Chili Sauce

Chef Lee Abbott's famous Santa Barbara Surf n Turfby Lee Abbott | Photography Lee Abbott Created exclusively for Basil & Salt Magazine, the burst of coastal ranch and sea flavors matched with Altaneve Rosé Prosecco bubbles, creates the perfect pairing. Watch Chef Abbot make it below! Pair with a lovely wine and good company! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P5hD42VAmZY&feature=youtu.beContinue reading Red Oak Grilled Tri-Tip and Santa Barbara Spot Prawns with Rosé Ancho Chili Sauce

Slow Smoked Cajun Brisket

If there is one thing I have picked up from meat-smoking/grilling forums and pitmasters, it is that everyone has a secret recipe and there is only one way to smoke meat. Their way. To be honest, they are all delicious! When we smoke or grill, we change up the rubs often. Different flavors pair well … Continue reading Slow Smoked Cajun Brisket