Toss it on. Hear it sizzle. Smell it cooking. Eat. Repeat. The barbecue was made for beef. Or is it the other way 'round?
This is an extremely simple way to cook a Kansas City Strip to perfection in a skillet, broiler, indoor grill, or the good old fashioned bbq grill.
Grilled steaks with a non-traditional salsa.
Carne Asada tacos. Very easy entertaining recipe. If you can wield a food processor and a set of tongs, you are set. I always kick off the summer camping season by doing these over the campfire. The nice thing about this recipe is that you can do most everything beforehand, leaving you time to quaff a few with your buddies. Perfect for tailgating or camping where people stand while they eat.
A slight deviation from the typical ketchup- or vinegar-based rib sauces; this sweet Asian-inspired sauce gives ribs a different taste.
A long soak in a habanero-infused marinade gives these steak skewers a big kick.
Pump up the basic hot dog with this pineapple syrup stuffing and a wrapping of crispy bacon.
An easy beef and bean casserole with a big taste. Appropriate for the firehouse or the lumberjack camp.
A new take on a old favorite. I came up with these for a camping trip and when I was grilling them about a hundred people came by to ask what smelled so good.
This burger isn't for the faint hearted, or for someone without a healthy appetite.
These ribs simmer for five hours in a slow cooker. And just when they think they're done? Pow! A cascade of sauce for 30 minutes of soaking in pure flavor. Soon these ribs will be saying hi to your ribs.
A flavorful steak gets that way with a rub from just three spices: Mustard, ginger and sugar. Call this the Miami Heat of steaks.
A flavorful steak with just three additions. Men have been cooking with mustard, ginger, and sugar since men first discovered spices.
Sometimes simple is best. This easy grilled steak requires just two spice bottles and a sugar bag.
An easy steak for beginning grillmasters. Grab a T-Bone, mix three spices, and you are on your way.
This is a delicious steak, but you must have these skills to make it: Can you pour things out of a bottle? Can you put a piece of meat onto a grill? If you think you have these abilities, proceed.
An amazingly tender steak needs the lightest of flavor boosts. Just like a pitcher with 95-mph heat maybe needs just a bit of an off-speed pitch. Mix mustard, ginger and sugar for the simplest of spice rubs.
You're hungry, sure, but if you take just a few minutes to make this simple spice rub, your sirloin steak goes from good to great.
This is a great recipe if your entertaining for the big game. This recipe has been in my family for many, many years and still holds up to the best of 'em. Enjoy!
From the oven to the grill, these easy ribs develop an Asian flavor that's perfect for a unique dinner.
This easy kabob cooks up in just a few minutes after a quick marinade.