Elk Steak VS Venison Steak Filet Mignon – BIG GAME Taste Test!

elk vs venison

Here at Red Meat Lover, you know we love our beef. But we decided to try something a little different. We did a taste test comparing elk and venison filet mignon steaks. Our good friends at Meat N Bone sent us some beautiful big game sourced from New Zealand. You can order your very own elk, venison, beef and much … Read More

Stew Meat Kabobs?! Stew Meat vs. Sirloin Steak Kabob Taste Test

Summer is a great time to spend with friends and family, cooking up something tasty on the grill. One true summer classic on the grill is kabobs. A typical steak kabob recipe is made with sirloin steak, or something similar. But here at Red Meat Lover we like to create recipes that are easy and family friendly. So we thought … Read More

How to Cook Steak Experiment w/ Wagyu Beef Tallow vs Clarified Butter

dry-age steak experiment

We are back with another steak experiment! We are cooking New York Strip Steaks, two ways, and seeing which one turns up the tasty! Tesla of T-Bones Our friends at Porter Road sent us these delicious dry aged New York Strip Steaks that we are putting to the test! We are going to cook one steak using Ghee (also known … Read More

How to Cook Wagyu Beef Brisket Steaks-Sous Vide Wagyu Experiment!

sous vide wagyu brisket steaks

Today I’m doing something a little crazy. An experiment where I sous vide Wagyu brisket steaks! Yep, you heard that right! Sounds a little crazy and maybe it is? Follow along and find out if these wagyu brisket steaks turned out delicious when cooked under water! Wagyu Brisket Steaks Our friends at Wiens Wagyu sent us a full blood Wagyu … Read More

Will this Steak Experiment make the PERFECT Air Fryer Steak Recipe?

air fry steak experiment

We tried to make the perfect air fried steak. Having a case of deja vu? Don’t worry, we’ve done this experiment before. Here we go again….round TWO! Where Did We Go Wrong?! We recently tried to make the perfect steak in the air fried and (unfortunately) were less than pleased with the outcome. It just didn’t have that perfect crust … Read More

I made this CLASSIC Steak Au Poivre Recipe by Julia Child, OLD SCHOOL!

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If you’ve been following this channel for a while, you know it’s all about my meaty food journey. I’m just a curious guy who wants to answer some questions I have about cooking and preparing delicious meat. Today on my journey, I’m making steak au poivre from the one and only: Julia Child I really liked her for a couple … Read More

Ribeye Steak Demo – Is THIS a GOLDEN Ticket Ribeye Steak?!

We’re in the kitchen of Old Harold Distillery and we’re talking Steak Cookoff Association events with Chris Bohnemeier. Chris finished 12th overall in the 2020 SCA Steak World Championship and has won cookoffs and golden tickets. He taught us some amazing steak tips and tricks that we get to share with you! Anatomy of a Ribeye Steak Ribeye steaks are … Read More

How to Season Steak Experiment – Coarse vs. Fine Ground Seasoning!?

how to season steak

If you’re a true Red Meat Lover follower, you know that we love doing steak experiments! Especially salt experiments. This time, we compared fine ground and coarse ground seasonings to see if they create different flavor profiles. We seasoned our ribeye steaks (get THE BEST beef from our friend’s at Wien’s Wagyu) with half a tablespoon of each kind of … Read More

Steak Fajitas at Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant

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Meat America Steak Fajitas

In this episode of Meat America, Joey visits Chef Erich Whisenhunt of Rio Grande Mexican Restaurant in Denver, Colorado as he shows us how to make marinated Steak Fajitas. Not only do they know fresh TexMex, Rio Grande is one of the largest purveyors of Jose Cuervo in the nation with a vast menu of delicious margaritas. ~Cheers!~ Rio Grande … Read More

American Bison Steak vs USDA Prime Beef Steak – A Taste-Off!

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bison vs beef

Let’s play a game called “spot the difference” ribeye steak version! Today we have two steaks: one is a classic beef ribeye steak and the other is a bison ribeye steak. We’re going to cook these babies up and share the results with you. If you haven’t noticed, bison has gained a lot of popularity over the years. Why? Compared … Read More

How to Cook Steak Experiment-Grilled vs. Sous Vide vs. Reverse Sear

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filets three ways

What is the best filet mignon recipe? Well, that’s for you to decide. Today we’re cooking filet mignon three ways. Once over fire, once under water (sous vide) and once using the reverse sear. The filet mignon is often known as the “King of Steaks”. And what do Kings do they battle for? Well, supremacy, of course! While there is … Read More

When to Season Steak Experiment-How Long Should You Dry Brine Steak?!

salt brine

We’re back with another steak experiment! We recently did an experiment where we salted steaks at different intervals, and then tested the results. We salted one minute, one hour and one day prior to cooking. The steak that was salted one day in advance was hands down the clear winner in terms of taste. So we decided to take this … Read More

How to Season Steak Experiment – Which Salt is the BEST on Steak!?!?

Salt Steak Experiment

In this video we’ll conduct a how-to season steak experiment using coarse ground pink Himalayan salt vs sea salt vs kosher salt. Learn the best way how to season steak and watch the video until the very end, you will be shocked! We’re going to do a little experiment using different kinds of salt to season some strip steaks. Then … Read More

Pork Shoulder Steaks – Pork Butt Sliced for Pork Steak –

Our friends from Goshen Butcher Shop and Code 3 Spices will show you how Pork Shoulder, Pork Butt, and Boston Butt can be cut into Pork Steaks. Use these recipes to turn up the tasty the next time you fire up your grill or smoker. This is unique cut of pork that is largely unknown outside of the Midwest and … Read More

Easy Grilling Tips for Better Tasting Steak

There’s a few important things to consider when grilling steak, which can have a big impact on the final outcome.  Although many people have their own “tricks of the trade,” it’s really important to consider what cut of steak you’re cooking before firing up the grill….not all techniques are appropriate for every cut.  These easy grilling tips listed below are … Read More

All Natural Steak vs. Store Bought Steak – A Cook-off

There’s a lot of “fat” to cut through in the world of food (pun intended), especially when you consider all the talk about organic, natural, gluten free, genetically modified organism (GMO) free, free-range, grass fed, etc, etc.   There’s definitely a trend towards organic and all natural steak, which tend to be considered more expensive, but are they… really?  And if so, is it worth the money? If … Read More

Beef Grades Explained

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When it comes to buying steaks at the market or at a restaurant, it is important to know what you are spending your money on. Being educated on the different USDA beef grades will save you time and money in the long run. Not to mention, you’ll know how to find the tastiest steaks around. USDA Beef Grades There are … Read More

How To Clean Grill Grates – THROW AWAY Your Wire Brush!

There is a better way to clean your grill

In this video we’ll show you how to clean grill grates without using that DANGEROUS wire grill brush! So doe yourself a favor and throw away your wire brush as we show you an alternative to cleaning your grill. Clean grill grates are an important because you don’t want yesterday’s cook on tonight’s dinner! Hey everybody. I’m Joey. And today … Read More

Best Hamburger Recipe Video – Wagyu vs. Angus vs. Grass Fed Beef

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Best Hamburger Recipe

Burger Battle Hey everybody, I’m Joey, and today you’re going to witness a battle of the bovines. This burger Blitzkrieg will try to determine the best hamburger recipe using Wagyu Beef vs Angus Beef vs Grass Fed Beef. Today we’re cooking hamburgers, which are so popular, Americans consume over 50 billion hamburgers annually. That’s about three burgers per person per … Read More

Poor Man’s Burnt Ends Recipe Video – Smoked Chuck Roast Burnt Ends

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Poor Man's Burnt Ends Recipe

SMOKED CHUCK ROAST BURNT ENDS Burnt ends are traditionally made using the flat part of the brisket but today, we’re using Chuck Roast to make a Poor Man’s Burnt Ends.  We’re going to smoke these chuck roasts low and slow to make burnt ends two ways, wet and dry.  Watch this vid for all the details! POOR MAN’S BURNT ENDS … Read More