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Red Chili

Football kicks off the decisive match-ups this time of year, and in honor of that, I present my latest chili recipe, Red Chili. This one focuses on the flavor of beef and tomato, adding just enough spice to make things … Continue reading

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Short Ribs, Under Pressure

Mmmmmmmmmm. Short ribs. One of the toughest, fattiest cuts of beef, but definitely one of the best. And although most recipes call for a long, slow braise to make them edible (Korean galbi is an exception, and a very tasty … Continue reading

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Borscht # 2

Borscht # 1 was a summer-style borscht, served cold & great for a hot day. This one is the winter version, and to many, I’m sure, the more traditional borscht. Lots of big beef flavor and hours of simmering bring … Continue reading

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Grilled Skirt Steak

Of all cuts of beef, flank and skirt have the most beef flavor, but because they’re a bit on the tough side, they both require marinating. This preparation looks a little weird because of all of the fruit, but does … Continue reading

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Corned Beef Hash, Dressed for Dinner

Mmmmmm. Crunchy, salty, meaty. The easiest way to do this is to use the leftover meat & potatoes (make extra) from a boiled corned beef meal. Corned Beef Hash, Dressed for Dinner serves 4 1 tablespoon butter 1 tablespoon olive … Continue reading

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Grilled Rib-Eye Steak with Sweet Garlic

The alchemy of butter and slow heat transforms garlic cloves into confections in this elegant topping for grilled steaks. I call for Calvados, a brandy made from apples in Normandy, and you should use it if you can find it. … Continue reading

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