Smoky mezcal-marinated skirt steak full of fresh citrus and spicy serrano flavor, served with a grilled pineapple & tomato salsa alongside. Bright, bold, and flavorful…this is a healthy and vibrant recipe you can make all spring and summer long! Continue reading “Mezcal-Marinated Skirt Steak with Grilled Pineapple Salsa”
An extra simple, extra flavorful chipotle chili with a side of honey cheddar cornbread. It’s full of warm spices, caramelized onions, lots of peppers, and kidney beans. Includes minimal ingredients, yet packs in a nice kick from the chipotle peppers & adobo sauce. Topped with all the usual suspects, this chili is the perfect thing to cozy up with!
A fun weeknight recipe with lots of bold flavor: thai curry meatballs with jasmine rice. Hinted with spicy chile, garlic, ginger, coconut, and lime. The recipe is pretty simple, yet packs in all of the rich tanginess you crave in a Thai-inspired dish. Crispy seared beef meatballs + creamy coconut curry sauce + fluffy jasmine rice. It’s perfect to whip up any day of the week with some simple vegetables on the side.
Sharing our traditional Christmas Eve dinner main dish: whole roasted beef tenderloin with french onions and horseradish sauce. An absolutely show-stopping holiday dinner! It’s easier than you may think, very impressive, and deliciously rich in flavor.
It wouldn’t be fall without a really good new chili recipe, and this year I’ve got a super simple, completely delicious one for you. It’s pumpkin chorizo chili, packed with spices and topped with tangy yogurt and fresh ingredients to contrast the cozy chili. It is the perfect bowl of comfort to settle in with on Halloween night!
Father’s Day is just a week away, so obviously we need a really good steak recipe for all the amazing dads out there. These peppercorn crusted rib eyes will absolutely do the trick. Simple, flavorful, rustic, and cooked outside on the grill for the BEST summertime feast.
Nothing can compare to a perfectly cooked piece of meat. Tender and juicy…bursting with flavor… It is simply the best. Especially around the holidays, I love making dinner a little bit special with a nice rib-eye, maybe a veal chop, or even a duck breast. Over the Thanksgiving weekend, my dad and I made prime rib with a thick salt crust for a family gathering. Everyone was raving about the flavor and tenderness of the meat, so I was inspired to try something different and make a crusted beef tenderloin, but this time with NUTS.