Like an upside-down grill, getting your food close to the flame.
These burgers are juicy and full of flavor. They are perfect on the grill, but can be made on the broiler. Spice it up with a little chili or chipotle pepper for a great kick.
A simple marinade, heavy on the bourbon and seasoned with soy sauce is all this steak needs before crisping up under the broiler.
This is an exciting twist on an old veggie. Italian cheeses under the broiler make this Broccoli come alive!
By far the best tasting Creme Brulee I have ever made. I learned it from a classically trained pastry chef many years ago and it has NEVER let me down. It may seem at little more elaborate than some recipes, but this is recipe worth trying. A small torch will be needed for caramelizing the sugar. Or you can set your broiler for high. Best enjoyed with a demitasse spoon and a nice cup of strong coffee. ENJOY!!!
This crunchy bread goes great with pasta dishes. The Parmesan melts wonderfully. Watch out for too much butter, or the bread will be soggy on the bottom.
English muffin pizzas are the ultimate between-meal snack. Ready in minutes and always tasty.
This is a very zesty and unusual marinade. (Best if used on thin steaks.)
Round steak is broiled and then served in pita pockets with a tomato, onion and olive mixture. Topped with feta cheese.
This is a recipe for a London Broil marinade with Italian dressing and Tabasco sauce, inspired by the help of my grandmother. Marinate overnight or even 2 days before if possible.
Very moist, tasty cake that's won many blue ribbons.
Faster and less-expensive than other steak/seafood dishes! Shrimp and strip steaks are marinaded in succulent sauces, and then brought together under the broiler. Marinating times included.
The marinade and the attention to detail -- the long marinade, massaging and turning the steak while it marinates, allowing it to return to room temp before broiling -- all make this the very best my friends and family have ever had.
Mini bagels are topped with a cheesy and bacony topping in this quick and easy appetizer made in your toaster oven.
Rick's signature dish: He had contestants cook tomahawk steaks (a.k.a. cowboy steaks) when he guested on Top Chef.
A terrific cut of steak for the grill. Served with Rick's Red Wine Sauce; you'll find it that recipe if you search by the title.
A zesty steak recipe that is easy to make, combining the wonderful flavor of seared steak with the tanginess of mustard.
Jordan had Pippen, Ruth had Gehrig, and pasta becomes a true champ with garlic bread.
Thick pork tenderloin skewers are glazed with a roasted vegetable sauce spiced with chili sauce and sweetened with molasses and brown sugar in this appetizer.
Philly? Yeah, we know a shortcut. Make the classic cheesesteak using pre-cooked roast beef.
When red meat isn't an option, flavor still can be. These chicken burgers, with fresh mozzarella, avocado, a hint of Worcestershire, and much more, are chock-full of it.