Sear this tender cut on the grill while you put the rest of your dinner together. It'll be a meal to remember.
Oven-roasted bell peppers are the stars here. I was inspired to redo this concept when I saw the Iron Chef show in 2003. The recipe is very very simple but never underestimate the moment you put this steak in your mouth!
A tangy, sweet steak recipe. Apples gave the Norse gods everlasting life. Can't promise that, but maybe you'll throw a thunderbolt or two after eating this.
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.
A thick steak like Porterhouse deserves a bold marinade. Doesn't get much bolder than whiskey.
When you've got a good cut of steak, go easy on the embellishment. Salt and pepper, with lemon to finish.
The coffee plant was once guarded as closely as we now guard gold. One taste of this steak and you'll know why.
Two peppers, two chiles, and fennel give your Porterhouse a unique flavor.
Give this thick steak a sweet, tart crust with brown sugar and lemon pepper.
You'll dig the taste supplied by this simple three-ingredient marinade.
A delicious grilled steak you might pass off as medicine--honey's been shown to be as effective as modern cough syrups in treating colds.
Give your grilled Porterhouse some heat--spice heat--with this seasoning.
A garlic-flavored steak you should avoid giving to guests with alliumphobia. (That's fear of garlic, of course.)
A moist, buttery porterhouse like you'd get in a restaurant. The secret? Well, butter. Plus a special mix of spices.
Get those food groups out of the way--put a serving of veggies right on your Porterhouse as it grills.
Make a tender, flavorful steak when you pour some red wine in this marinade. Then, maybe pour some in a glass? Your call, there's plenty left over. Inspired by BigStupidFingers' "Flat Iron Steak in a Red Wine Reduction with Peppercorns."
A hearty taste for this thick steak, thanks to the thickest and heartiest of beers. Inspired by Boomdog02's "Grilled 'Stout' Skirt Steak."
Making a tender steak: Yet another summer use for America's favorite drink. Inspired by DCHEF1's "Coke Cola and Orange Juice Steak Marinade."
A spicy Tex-Mex flavored steak. Gets that way after soaking in a chipotle marinade. Inspired by Austin Nielson's "The Ultimate Chipotle Marinade for Steak, Chicken, or Pork"
The traditional flavor of steak with a little citrus and vanilla twist. Inspired by Wolfgang H.'s "Zesty Grilled Flank Steak And Buff Potato Salad."
Pull a sweet steak off your grill after a short bath in this simple marinade. Inspired by J.E. Dixon's "Club Marinade."