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Anyone can make a decent burger but this is a foolproof recipe for an out-of-this-world burger. We think you’ll find the little extra prep well worth the effort.
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Meat from the flank is the least expensive steak you can buy. But the reward comes when you marinate it, cook it on the grill and slice it extra thin; you’ll think you had died and gone heaven on a charter flight. Roast potatoes and green beans or a salad are good mates.
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If you can find a great prepared sauce by all means try it. But this recipe is homemade, it's easy as Mom's pie, and you'll have the satisfaction of doing a 'cue' your very own way. Nothing's better!
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Our game day chili is a sure hit when you have a gang coming over to watch the game or just have fun. Try serving it in bowls, with a salad and toasty quesadillas or pita bread on the side. A dollop of sour cream, some chopped scallions or red onion, and a garnish of sliced limes will draw cheers at halftime.
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The suggested portions for these marinades are about right for a couple of steaks, so if you’re cooking for a bigger gang, just expand the amounts.
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This is the other way to enjoy ground beef on a bun, especially if you’ve got a couple of friends coming over for the game. Have some dill pickles and good cold beer on hand to wash it all down and help cheer for the home team.
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This is a classic bistro dish and much simpler than it sounds. The meat will be expensive but steak au poivre is the kind of dinner that will have friends begging for another invite.
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Sandwiches don’t sound very special but this steak sandwich is a winner and a favorite with the guys we know. Plus, we’ve found a way to stretch our budget by slicing a rib eye or strip steak in half and adding lots of flavor.
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