Carrots and mushrooms are added to beef liver for a mild, earthy flavor.
Common in Asian cuisine, beef tendons are best served after hours of braising. Top over udon noodles for a restaurant-inspired meal.
A sweet and tangy marinade helps tenderize the flank steak. Pair with sautéed veggies and short-grain rice for a fulfilling meal.
Braising beef shanks over low, slow heat will have them falling off the bone and melting in your mouth.
Traditional oxtail soup gets a Korean spin with the addition of pungent kimchee.
Nothing beats a little salt, pepper and smoky charcoal flavor when cooking a marbled ribeye steak.
Rendered beef fat makes for flakey pastry crusts or the perfect base for roasting up potatoes.
Marinated for hours in a soy sauce-based marinade, these ribs come out juicy and delicious.
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