The T-Bone Steak derives its eponymous name from the “T shaped” bone that runs through the center of the steak, as seen in our picture. On one side of the “T” is the strip steak (commonly referred to as the New York Strip Steak) on one side and and tenderloin (also called the Filet) on the other. These two cuts are … Read More
Sometimes, people take their love of red meat to the limits….others might ask if they have taken their “meat love” too far? To answer this question, we’re here to ask you a simple question of our own: “WOULD YOU!?!?” Let her know how much you care – ideal for that special lady, on that special occasion!
The Holidays are just around the corner. Which means celebrating with friends, family and, of course, a lot of great food. 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 the meal is finished and the leftovers are given away there is usually one item … Read More
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
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 spring … Read More
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!” Why Use a Cast Iron Skillet? While I cannot … Read More