A basic marinade or rub and a little time on the grill turn steak into an easy meal.
Tender flat iron steak is slowly smoked over a slow grill while being marinated with butter and Worcestershire sauce.
This recipe maximizes the potential of Flat Iron Steak. Do not skip the egg yolks-- they are an important part of the recipe
Skirt Steak marinated in a combination of Guinness stout beer, hot sauce and brown sugar. This produces a slightly sweet, juicy steak that will make your mouth water!
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.
Heat up this flat iron with a dose of chili powder.
A classic American meal with a true American original: Chiles were unknown outside of America until Columbus came.
A steak that works as an elephant repellent. True fact: African farmers surround their crops with chile plants to keep elephants away. The same heat that makes our tongues burn upset the elephants' keen sense of smell.
Finish off your grilled T-Bone with a heapin' helpin' of spicy butter. You never go wrong with butter.
Chili powder is a versatile all-star, like a good-hitting utility ballplayer. Here, mix with butter for a spicy strip steak finish.
The finest of steaks gets a finish worthy of its magnificence.
An All-American taste for an All-American meal. Columbus found chiles here, named them peppers, and now they've become part of nearly every cuisine on Earth.
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.
Simple preparation for a classic cut of meat. Hey, you wouldn't give Willie Nelson a horn section, would you?
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.