I had a favorite rub that I would use on ribeyes and other steaks that I would buy every time I visited Monterrey California. There was a little place on the wharf called “For Garlic Lovers.” You’d think it would then be a very garlicky but it really wasn’t.
I grilled up some amazing chuck eye steaks from Crowd Cow this past weekend. I imagine over my lifetime that I’ve had chuck eyes before, however I’ve personally never cooked them. Crowd Cow did NOT disappoint.
I am my biggest critic. I think that is standard for most people when it comes to a multitude of things. I always critique the food I BBQ especially when it comes to my favorite food: burgers!
I received this delivery from Crowd Cow. I found their story to be quite interesting. The founder essentially decided to mix the crowd funding style of business with a meat / butcher service.
I enjoyed making some pork belly burnt ends this past weekend. I think they need to be called pork candy though because they are so tasty! I think that since it isn’t just slapping a piece of meat on the bbq that many backyard BBQers are a little scared of tackling this cook. Don’t be! …
Living in central California, one of the cuts of meat I have cooked the most is the Tri-tip. I had actually never heard of Tri-tip until I moved to this area. It wasn’t a thing where I lived the first 13 years of my life even though I grew up around cows and a freezer …
This weekend I cooked up one of my favorite appetizers. This is a pretty simple recipe to cook up. You also have a lot of freedom to make changes as you see fit. Be creative!