Crispy Grilled Chicken Wings Recipes – Grilled Chicken Wings 9 Ways!

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Nothing screams summer like chicken wings and grilling! Follow along and explore not only one, but NINE ways to make the best crispy grilled chicken wings! Create the Crispiest Wings! For this experiment, we tested different wing recipes to determine which recipe is best for crispy grilled chicken wings. We tested three different variables while keeping the seasoning the same. … Read More

Brisket Experiment – Did I ruin this EXPENSIVE Wagyu Beef Brisket?!

grilled wagyu brisket steaks

Brisket is a tough cut that usually needs to be cooked low and slow but today, I’m going to cut this EXPENSIVE Wagyu Beef Brisket into steaks and grill them hot and fast! Did I RUIN the amazing Wagyu beef brisket or….is it a great tasting steak? An Expensive Experiment This brisket comes to us from our friends at Wiens … Read More

I tried American Wagyu Beef vs Fullblood Black Wagyu Beef Steaks, WOW!

wagyu vs wangus

It’s on days like today that I realized I might have one of the best jobs on the entire planet. Why? Because I get to eat some truly mythical meat. Today, it’s bougie beef aka steaks from Wien’s Wagyu. If you want to order for yourself, we’ve included a link to their website. We are comparing Full blood Black Wagyu … Read More

I Smoked Bacon Wrapped Brussel Sprouts with WAGYU?!

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wagyu+bacon+brussel sprouts

Today, we’re going to cook something we’ve never featured on the channel before. I’ll give you a hint. They’re green, they’re leafy, and we’re going to smoke them. If you haven’t guess by now, we are making bacon wrapped brussel sprouts! So, follow me and let’s turn up the tasty. We’ve never featured a vegetable on our channel before. But, … Read More

How to Cook & Season Steak – Video Guide

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I’m excited to bring to you a new guide to help you turn up the tasty right at a home. When I first got started cooking, I spent more time searching for recipes on Google than I did actually cooking. We want to help save you from that same fate. Look, I’ve spent a lot of years practicing my craft. … Read More

How to make the BEST Beef Tallow, aka Meat NECTAR | Wagyu Beef Tallow

wagyu beef tallow

We tested the best method for making Wagyu Beef Tallow which we simply refer to as meat nectar. It is so good! We tested both the wet and dry methods for rendering Wagyu beef tallow to find out which method produces the BEST beef tallow! What is Beef Tallow? Simply put, it’s rendered beef. Tallow has a lot of different … Read More

Flank Steak Tacos with Mole Sauce & Marinade

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flank steak tacos

I used to mess up cooking tacos a lot. Like, A LOT! Until I visited Chef Kevin Morrison for our Meat America program. Chef Kevin’s tacos at Tacos, Tequila, and Whiskey in Denver, Colorado have been rated some of the very best in the entire country. I’m using that as inspiration for today’s cook. How to Make Flank Steak Tacos … Read More

I tried a Crispy BAKED Chicken Wing Experiment, which Recipe is BEST?

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baked wing experiment

Have you ever tried to bake chicken wings at home in the oven? Typically, they come out with soft and mushy skin. And that is no bueno! We’re going to try a couple different methods to see which one produces the crispiest baked chicken wings. In order to make the perfect crispy baked chicken wings, we did some experimenting. We … 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

Oil Fried vs Air Fried CRISPY Chicken Wings Recipe, which is BEST?

fried wing experiment

Have you ever wondered if air fried chicken wings are better than traditional fried chicken wings? Well, so have we, and today we’re going to put that to the test. We’re going to cook two chicken wings recipes- one way is in this air fryer and the other way is in the deep fryer. To Season or Not To Season? … Read More

Air Fried Pork Chop vs Oil Fried Pork Chop, which one is BEST?!

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Today, we’re asking (and answering) an important question. What’s the best way to fry a pork chop? The traditional method with oil or in the air fryer? Let’s Get Fried We are using pork chops that we hand cut ourselves from the larger pork loin. And we’re just going to cook them both with a traditional breading. If you don’t … Read More

Baked Pork Tenderloin Recipe, SIMPLE & Healthy | Niblet

A weeknight favorite that is quick, healthy, and can be on the table within 30 minutes. You won’t need the grill because you can make this great tasting baked pork tenderloin recipe using your oven! NIBLET noun, /niblit/ “A small piece of something TASTY.” Oven Baked Pork Tenderloin Recipe Trim the silver skin off and remove excess moisture with a paper … Read More

Cast Iron Skillet Steak | Niblets

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Here are some tasty tips for making the best porterhouse steak on the cast iron skillet! NIBLET noun, /niblit/ “A small piece of something TASTY.” Cast Iron Skillet Steak Recipe Generously season porterhouse steak with kosher salt, black pepper and smoked paprika. Place the steak on a piping hot skillet (we recommend this one) that has been lightly coated with avocado … 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

I Cooked Bacon in OVEN vs. AIR FRYER Bacon, it changed me FOREVER!

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For this experiment, I cooked bacon in oven and air fryer bacon. To my surprise, I finally found the BEST I’ve ever tasted! “Why are we doing this experiment?”, you may ask. Well, I really don’t like cooking bacon on the stove. It’s never cooked just the way I want, it’s really messy, and it will smoke up the whole … Read More

Easy CRISPY Baked Chicken Wings Recipe | NIBLETS

how to cook oven chicken wings

Step up your game with this crispy oven baked chicken recipe! NIBLET noun, /niblit/ “A small piece of something TASTY.” How to Cook Crispy Oven Baked Chicken Wings Preheat oven to 250 degrees Fahrenheit. Cover a baking pan with foil & place a cooking rack over the foil. Mix together 1/2 TBSP flour, 3 1/2 TBSP JoJo Rub, 1 1/2 TBSP … 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

Steak in Oven Recipe – SIMPLE Broiled Steak! | NIBLETS

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This simple steak in oven recipe is PERFECT for those who don’t have access to a traditional grilling method. NIBLET noun, /niblit/ “A small piece of something TASTY.” Steak in Oven Recipe Set oven to broil. Lightly coat strip steak with extra virgin olive oil. Season generously with salt and pepper. Cut slits in the fat on the sides of the … Read More

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

Bacon, Ham & Sausage Breakfast Casserole – MEAT LOVERS Egg Casserole!

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meat lovers casserole

The holidays are just around the corner and we’re having some people over to celebrate. So we’re going to make that brunch favorite – meat lover’s egg casserole! Whether you make this on a Sunday morning or for Christmas brunch, your kitchen will smell absolutely amazing! It will impress your family and fill them up before a big day of … Read More

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

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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 & Shrimp, Surf and Turf Recipe with Steakhouse INFRARED Grill!

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surf and turf

Today, we’re making a steakhouse classic – surf and turf! We are using a beautiful prime ribeye steak from Standard Meat out of Dallas, Texas. They don’t sell retail, but they do sell to some of the finest steak houses across the country. We’re really proud to be friends with this good family owned business! Blazing Bull Grill Our friends … Read More

Crispy Fried Hot Wings Recipes-TRASHED Fried Chicken Wings, 3 Ways!

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trashed hot wings

We’re back with another chicken wing experiment. We’re going to make some amazing crispy fried TRASHED wings! What are trashed wings? Also known as dirty wings? Simply put, trashed wings are double fried chicken wings. We tried three different versions to see which is best! Trashed Chicken Wings We did three different types of trashed wings, tasted them & decided … Read More

Fried Chicken Wings Recipe Experiment-BEST Oil For CRISPY Wings?

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Today we’re doing a chicken wing experiment to see which oil makes the best wing. We’ve done a lot of chicken wing experiments on this channel. However, we haven’t done fried chicken wings even though we’ve gotten a lot of requests to do so. Well, your prayers have been answered! This experiment involved three different types of oils to see … Read More

How to Cook Steak in the Oven-Thin & THICK Broil Steak Recipes

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As we all know – no two steaks are created equally. Some are round and thick. Some are longer and more thin. That being said, different steaks require different cooking mediums. So, in this video we show you how to cook steak in the oven – two ways. One for thin steaks (New York Strip) and one for thick steaks … Read More

Product Review-Learn How to Grill Like the PRO’S with Grill Grate!

grill grate

Today we are reviewing a product that we have used multiple time and absolutely love. This product is used by winners of Steak Cookoff Association events. It is perfect for grilled steak, seafood, vegetables, etc. The possibilities are endless! Are you ready for the big reveal? Drum roll please… Grill Grates Let me tell you a little bit more about … 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 Make Ramen Noodles With Steak – Steak & Ramen Noodle Recipe!

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steak and ramen

Today we are doing something never before seen on Red Meat Lover…CARBS. More specifically, we are making lunch using leftover steak with ramen noodles. Ground breaking, we know! Before we get started, let’s address the elephant in the room. Why do we have leftover steak? Well, it happens occasionally around here, when the family doesn’t eat all the food that … Read More

How to Tenderize Steak Experiment-CHEAP and TOUGH Eye of Round Steak

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We are back with another steak experiment! This one involves using one simple ingredient to turn a tough cut of meat into a delicious steak! You know the saying – buy choice or prime…or don’t waste your time! However, when beef prices get high, we might need to find some cheaper cuts of beef. Unfortunately, cheap cuts of steak can … Read More

How to Cook Filet Mignon-Beef Tenderloin Recipes GRILL, PAN or OVEN!

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Today we’re going to talk about the beef tenderloin AKA the Filet Mignon. This cut of beef is often regaled is the “King of Steaks”. When you go to any steak house it will likely be one of the priciest steaks on the menu. But guess what?! You can make it right at home. Today we will share tips, tricks, … 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

How to Juice for Beginners-Steak Juicing: Good or Bad for YOU!?

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Today we are reviewing a juicer (specifically the COMFEE’ BPA Free Masticating Juicer Extractor with Ice Cream Maker Function) sent to us by the Comfee Corporation. If you’ve seen our channel before you may be wondering why we’re reviewing a juicer? We were communicating with the manufacturer and thought we were getting a pressure cooker, but instead we got this … 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

Grilling 101: How to Start a Charcoal Grill Fire-NO Lighter Fluid!

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Grilling 101: don’t get all fired up (see what we did there) trying to get your charcoal grilled started. There are a couple easy ways to get your grill started so you can get cooking in no time. Charcoal Chimeny The first method is the classic charcoal chimney. We prefer to use jumbo, lump charcoal from Rockwood Charcoal. It’s a … Read More

Grilled Chicken Wing Experiment-What Creates the Crispiest Wings?

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crispy grilled chicken wings

For this experiment, we are testing different chicken wing recipes to determine which recipe is best for crispy grilled chicken wings. We are testing three different variable while keeping the seasoning the same. So, we’re going to use Rescue Rub by Code 3 Spices. You can find all their spices online at code3bbqsupply.com. Chicken Wing Recipes For the test, we … 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