The ultimate man food, made the easy way. Steak recipes found here have simple instructions for beginning cooks, but don't think you'll be missing out on flavor. We just wouldn't do that to you, pal.
Rick's signature dish: He had contestants cook tomahawk steaks (a.k.a. cowboy steaks) when he guested on Top Chef.
Philly? Yeah, we know a shortcut. Make the classic cheesesteak using pre-cooked roast beef.
A tasty steak and a good excuse to buy a bottle of whiskey--you'll have plenty left over after making this marinade.
A thick steak like Porterhouse deserves a bold marinade. Doesn't get much bolder than whiskey.
Bring this New York steak back to its roots, with the traditional colonial drink of whiskey.
Smoky, sweet whiskey with a hint of spicy ginger makes this steak great off the grill.
You've heard of K.I.S.S.: Keep It Simple, Stupid? Well, this is K.S.S.S.: Keep Steak Simple, Stupid.
Beginning griller? It doesn't get much simpler than this.
When you've got a good cut of steak, go easy on the embellishment. Salt and pepper, with lemon to finish.
Let your T-bone steak be the star with this simple recipe.
If cooking were basketball, NY strip would be LeBron. No need to surround it with other star players, just let it dominate on its own. Not recommended for Miami Heat fans.
Have a future grillmaster in the family? Start him off with this simple recipe.
The perfect breakfast steak. Coffee, protein, a little bit of spice. All you need is the weather report.
Like Pierce, Allen and Garnett, a perfect threesome: Smoke from steak seasoning, heat from chili powder, and that indescribable but amazing coffee flavor.
The coffee plant was once guarded as closely as we now guard gold. One taste of this steak and you'll know why.
A simple rub with some great flavors. Get your steak on the grill fast.
The rub for this steak delivers flavor and a classic steak color to the patio table.
A extra-peppery sauce gives flat iron steak a spicy crust.
Heat up your cookout with this peppery steak rub. Weak tongues need not apply.
Two peppers, two chiles, and fennel give your Porterhouse a unique flavor.