Servings : 3 Prep Time: 10 minutes Total Time: 20 minutes INGREDIENTS Pound steak gently with a meat mallet and sprinkle lightly with salt, pepper, chili powder and cayenne powder. Add more chili and cayenne powder if you want a spicier dish. Mix to...
The legend of flying greens in Thailand involves shooting flames, smoking oil, and greens on fire. This recipe is not nearly as wild as that, but it still involves quick cooking over high heat--two of the basic principles of stir-frying.
Grab some apples from the fall harvest for this seasonal treat. Caramelize fresh apples with onions to add a little sweetness - perfect for summer! Simple, flavorful, and a surefire way to wow your dinner guests.
Light with a kick of Thai chili peppers, these lettuce wraps make a zesty meal any time of the year. For those who like a kick, Thai chili peppers and cilantro. For those who prefer a milder salsa, substitute with a milder bell pepper.
For those of you lucky enough to secure a pasture-raised turkey from Gunthorp Farms, we’ve got a special treat for you! Here is a step-by-step guide from Instagram legend @grillin_with_dad for how to nail your Thanksgiving turkey.
You’re already treating friends and family to the best, truly pasture-raised turkey out there — why not try an unexpected recipe as well? Spiced, citrus-y and a little exotic — you’ll never look at Thanksgiving the same way again!
A southern favorite, low-and-slow pulled pork is crazy easy to make, especially when you start with our pasture-raised Heritage Pork Shoulder or Pork Butt. So flavorful and tender, you can keep the recipe uber simple and still guarantee outstanding results.
First made famous at NYC's Nobu restaurant, once you've experienced miso-marinated black cod, you will undoubtedly be back for more. Dead easy to prepare, only requiring 5 ingredients — an oily fish like Wild Alaskan Black Cod is the perfect vehicle for this umami-laden sauce.
Crazy easy and crazy delicious — especially when you start with our pasture-raised thin-sliced Sirloin Steak. Meat this good doesn't need much — bell peppers, onions, a blanket of melty cheese + toasted rolls are all you need, but feel free to mix up the types of peppers, cheese, rolls.
Perfect on an eerie Halloween evening, Short Rib Stew topped with mashed potato ghosts is a hearty meal that's both flavorful and fun. Our Short Ribs simmer down well and release lots of juices that also make for the tastiest broth.
Cheesy buffalo chicken dip stuffed in jalapenos and wrapped in bacon make a perfect appetizer for game day or a fun dinner party. This recipe uses an instant pot and air fryer, but can easily be made in the oven, too!
Successfully deep-frying a turkey automatically puts you into Thanksgiving-hero status. What's not to love about a juicy, tender inside and super crispy outside? Deep-frying can be risky business, though, so we created a step-by-step guide to ensure your bird-cooking is executed successfully (explosion and injury-free).
Deliciously roasted pulled pork is perfect on BBQ sandwiches or made into crispy carnitas. Take the “set it and forget it” approach and slow-cook it during the day so you can have juicy, tender Pork that falls off the bone for dinner.
Turkey is the true superstar of the day, and you want to make sure it really shines. While we love our mashed potatoes and stuffing, a juicy, flavorful turkey with beautifully browned skin and tender meat is really what makes Thanksgiving the most delicious day of the year.
The melt-in-your-mouth marbling paired with a crispy outer bark makes this a little slice of heaven on your plate. Juicy, full of flavor and supremely tender, guests will be talking about this roast for years to come.
This casserole is perfect for Christmas morning — or anytime you’re serving lots of guests — and can easily be prepared a day or two ahead of time. Smoke it on the grill to add an extra level of flavor, or bake in the oven.
One of the simplest dishes to prepare with minimum input for maximum output. Set and forget our incredible corned beef and cook on the stovetop, slow cooker or oven (our favorite!) for a few hours while your kitchen fills up with a delicious aroma that'll keep you counting the seconds till dinnertime.
Corned Beef is best when slow-cooked, and is traditionally boiled to help tenderize the meat and draw out some of the excess salt used in the brining. Complete this classic St. Patrick's day meal with cabbage, carrots and potatoes flavored with the peppercorn spices of the beef.
After slow-cooking and braising in orange juice (the secret ingredient), you’re left with pull-apart tender pork — infused with authentic Mexican seasonings and complete with lots of crispy bits after broiling. Psst: this also freezes well!
Pop open a bottle of wine and enjoy the classic combo of a tender, hearty steak and rich, buttery, ocean-brined lobster. Enjoy it alongside garlicky sauteed spinach for a luxurious meal — no restaurant reservations required.