Tag: steak

London Broil

London Broil

London Broil is not a cut of meat. It’s a method of preparation to make tough cuts of meat more tender. It’s marinated for several hours and always cut against the muscle fibers. And maybe you can broil it – just not in London. I’m sure we’ve all seen London […]

Steak and Eggs with Breakfast Potatoes

Steak & Eggs with Breakfast Potatoes

Who wouldn’t want to wake up to Steak and Eggs with Breakfast Potatoes?! Making it at home sure beats waiting in line at that popular(ly overpriced) brunch spot. I really like waking up early in the autumn. It’s great to finally be able to open the windows without breaking in […]

Coffee Rubbed Flank Steak

Sweet n Spicy Coffee Rubbed Flank Steak

I made up this quick Sweet n Spicy Coffee Rubbed Flank Steak for some guest at my last cook out. I’m glad I wrote down the recipe because I’m making it a signature dish for all my cook outs. This rub is comprised of finely ground coffee, brown sugar, cumin, […]

Tomahawk Steak

How NOT to cook a 60 dollar Tomahawk Steak

Nothing worse could happen on your grill than overcooking the perfect cut of expensive beef. Let me share my horrible mistake with you. Look at that beef. It’s a perfect three pound Tomahawk Rib Eye Steak I picked up for Memorial Day Weekend at L. Halteman in Reading Terminal Market. […]

SousVide Strip Steak

Sousvide Strip Steak

Sousvide is a method of cooking which submerges a sealed food in to a constant temperature water bath for several hours. A Strip Steak cooked at 132°F for 2 hours results in a perfect medium rare interior temperature. 

Flank Steak Stir Fry with Broccoli and Peppers

Flank Steak Stir Fry with Broccoli and Peppers

This simple stir fry with flank steak, broccoli and peppers comes together quick with one of the best homemade stir fry sauces ever! The most important step to this recipe is prepping the ingredients before you start cooking. Stir fry happens fast so you want to be ready.  Besides, a clean […]

Sous-vide Steak

Sous-vide Steak from L. Halteman Family Country Foods

Shout out to one of my favorite places to spend money – food or otherwise.  There’s a consensus in Philly that Halteman’s in Reading Terminal Market has the best beef in the city. They regularly have dry aged rib eye and usually wagu, all for reasonable prices.  They’re stocked on all […]