April 10, 2013
This is an adaptation of a recipe from a gourmet magazine, from years ago.
March 08, 2013
The Tri-Tip cut is a favorite of chefs. The meat is flavorful and the marinating makes this cut butter knife tender. The natural nuttiness of Bulgur Wheat salad makes for a nice accompaniment. *Other steak cuts would work for this dish too, such as Wild Idea Flank Steaks, Flat Irons or Sirloins.
January 10, 2013
I remember my grandma Mosey making these like it was yesterday. She would always, brown the meat before stuffing the leaves, and have noted that option at the bottom. Additional ingredients, such as chopped olives and artichokes can be added too. Enjoy!
November 29, 2012
The traditional Wellington is typically made using the Tenderloin cut and Foie Grois Pate. I find this dish plenty rich without the Foie Gras and prepare a savory vegetable pate instead. You can prepare using whole Tenderloin, or my favorite is using individual pre-cut steaks (Tenderloin or Top Sirloin steaks work well), creating the perfect portion. Another option for hors d’oeuvres, is using our Tenderloin Tips, for a delicious pop in your mouth Petite Wellingtons.
November 15, 2012
The Korean word gangnam, stands for the south side of Seoul, were there are many fancy restaurants and shops. My recipe is a rendition of Bulgogi (Korean B.B.Q.), which can be served a variety of ways. Here are two of my favorite renditions.
Note: Traditionally the Koreans use high end cuts, but I find that this is not necessary. The flank steak becomes very tender in the marinade. You are going to love this recipe. Get your gangnam on!
October 09, 2012
This is my quick version of Lasagna. It's a bit lighter than my traditional recipe and a good go-to dish to prepare in advance for a quick heat and eat meal at the end of a busy day.
September 29, 2012
A great summertime meal! Vegetables can be substituted according to what you have on hand or what you like.
August 12, 2012
Delicious, messy and healthy! Our 100% grass-fed, nitrite free Hot Dogs, will bring you back to eating hot dogs again. Better yet, try them covered in Bison Chili!