Grady calls supper at Perini Ranch Steakhouse in Texas "one of life's great pleasures." Here he's adapted their brisket recipe so you can make it at home in the oven.
A few seasonings and a long meeting with the oven turns your catch into a meal.
A time-tested blend of herbs and spices gives your turkey an old-fashioned, memorable flavor.
Need turkey dinner fast? If you're pressed for time on Thanksgiving, or any big feast day, this simple recipe can have a big helping of turkey on the table in less than 45 minutes.
This beef tenderloin gets plenty of TLC: A robust spice rub, a quick sear in the cast iron skillet to brown it and bring out flavor, and then a bake in the oven to cook it to perfection. Oh but we're not done. Finally, a sweet wine sauce brings all the flavors together for an amazing main course.
A simple, classic way to cook this small chicken (which, despite the name, is not "game" but a domesticated chicken).
The powerful taste of deer steak gets complimented by a spicy chile and garlic rub.
Fresh, flavorful salmon in just 15 minutes! An easy spice rub featuring chile powder brings the heat to this easy baked salmon.
Enjoy this mix of native Caribbean, Spanish, English, and African spices. Then celebrate Caribbean culture by lying in a hammock--the word comes from the Taino word "hamaca."
Make delicious pulled pork in your own oven. Throw this in Sunday morning, by halftime of football game #2 you'll have a lunch fit for a lineman.
A recipe inspired by the cuisine of the Spanish state of Andalusia--also the place where bullfighting originated. This meaty dish packed with Mediterranean flavor gives you all the power you need to confront a bull--or just that overgrown grass on the side of the house.
Give your next roast a Mexican kick with this spicy chipotle rub.
A pork loin is marinated with a nice rub flavored with thyme and three chiles. The dry rub penetrates all the way through and bakes into a sticky, sweet glaze.
A lightly seasoned pork roast goes into a Dutch oven with potatoes. What comes out? Only an amazing pot of pure deliciousness. You could also make this over hot coals out camping, or outside on your grill.
A thick, big league steak needs a serious rub to match. This ancho chile and garlic mix will do the trick.
New York strip steak sizzles with spicy flavor in this recipe for your cast iron skillet.
Full of delicious marbling (that's ribbons of fat that melt while the steak cooks), rib eye is one of the most delicious cuts of steak you can cook. With this recipe, you'll add great Southwestern flavor for a meal that's as easy as it is good.