Porterhouse Steak in a Cast Iron Skillet – Video Recipe

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Porterhouse Steak cast iron skillet video recipe

Learn to cook a TASTY steak INDOORS with this SIMPLE Porterhouse Steak in a Cast Iron Skillet video recipe….because you don’t need the grill to make a steakhouse quality steak!   Here at Red Meat Lover we continuously strive to evolve and create a better website and experience for our visitors.  We recently had a new idea to bring the site to … Read More

Meatballs In Cast Iron Skillet Recipe

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In this video we’ll share our easy recipe for tasty parmesan loaded meatballs cooked in a cast iron skillet.  And the cast iron is the real key here… The great thing about this skillet is that we can brown the meatballs on the stove and then bake them, all without switching a pan…..the results are incredibly tender and tasty meatballs … Read More

Filet Mignon Steak in a Cast Iron Skillet

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Learn to cook a PERFECT steak INDOORS with this EASY Filet Mignon Steak in a Cast Iron Skillet recipe….because you don’t need the grill to make a tasty steak! VIDEO RECIPE In this video, we’ll share tips including: 1. What is a Filet Mignon Steak (hint: it’s delicious!) 2. Easy method for cooking steak indoors on the stove and the … Read More

“Big Tasty” Steak Rub

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If you’re looking for a simple steak rub that you can make at home, look no further.  We’re sharing our “Big Tasty” Steak Rub below, which involves ingredients commonly found in most kitchens. Remember, liberal seasoning is the key to great flavor, so don’t be shy.  Also, if you want to turn up the heat, substitute black pepper for red … Read More

Meat The Expert: Larry Schubert

“Meat” Larry Schubert, who founded Schubert’s Packing Co., Inc. in Millstadt Illinois, a farming town located 20 minutes east of St. Louis.  “We opened the doors in 1978 and we had nothing to lose.  We just bought a house and had a new baby.  Our first daughter was born Jan 30th and I quit my job on Jan 31st.”  He’s a … Read More

Panko Crusted Pork Cutlet ‘Sammy

I can’t explain why but, sometimes you just want a piping! hot, delicious sandwich.  Maybe it’s our primal instinct to eat with our hands? (although some would argue the best sandwiches, or ‘sammys, definitely require the use of utensils)  The “on-the-go-ness” convenience of foodstuff itself?  The endless combinations or ease thereof?  Or is it the ability to easily create a balanced ratio of carbs, protein, dairy, … Read More

Honeybaked Ham and Bean Soup

The Holidays are just around the corner – that means celebrating with friends, family and, of course, a lot of great food.  At Christmas and Thanksgiving, our family celebrations always include generous portions of turkey, ham, stuffing, all the sides….and more desserts than we can eat.  We’re spoiled. After all the meal is finished and the leftovers given away – there is usually … Read More

Summer’s Muse: Sweet Bell Peppers

  In the summer, the late spring showers combine with the subsequent warming sun to create a natural synergy exceedingly suitable for life to thrive.  Summer brings us everything from a lazy day at the beach, to patio parties, to an array of tasty summer vegetables.  We’re here to discuss the latter; namely, those delicious and colorful sweet bell peppers created by the fusion of cool … Read More

Cast Iron Skillet Sirloin Steak

Our motto here at RedMeatLover.com is “Any cut of meat.  Any type of heat.”  So, staying true to our motto, we will share recipes to sizzle your meat across a spectrum of heat. Today, we will be talking about making a  Cast Iron Skillet Sirloin Steak….try saying that fast 4 times….“Sufferin Succotash!” While I cannot deny the joy of cooking over … Read More