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How Long to Cook Steak on the Grill

How Long to Cook Steak on the Grill

You can smell it from three blocks away. Someone is grilling up a steak. Now, you’re hungry and have meat on your mind, but you want your steak done right. So, how long do you cook a steak on the grill? --split-- Success with steak depends on knowing a few tricks. For novice grillers, start your adventure with inexpensive cuts. You can always marinate them to improve tenderness. --split-- Refer to my tutorial reels for help on TikTok or Facebook . Be patient with yourself. Even seasoned grillers mess up sometimes. --split-- How Long to Cook Steak on the Grill:...

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Grilled Salmon Bagel

Grilled Salmon Bagel

It’s cool to have traditional breakfast food that’s become a wonder at any time of day. People worldwide enjoy bagels in various ways, including a Grilled Salmon bagel. Bagels are the perfect vehicle for all kinds of meals because they’re sturdy. If you have a moist offering, the bread holds up. I also enjoy them because they come with various spiced toppings, expanding their usefulness. --split-- Asiago cheese Chili crunch Cinnamon sugar Everything bagel Garlic Dried onion Jalapeno Cheddar Poppy seed Sesame seed --split-- When you are out and about, you’ll find bagels at the deli, cafes, and brunch spots....

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Patricia Telesco
Picanha Steak Pinwheel

Picanha Steak Pinwheel

Beef is high on my list of favorites for outdoor cooking. Today, I am sharing my Picanha Steak Pinwheel recipe. --split-- What is Picanha? In Brazil, this cut of meat is very popular. You might find it in your store under the name sirloin cap or rump cap. Picanha has a thick fat cap, so your meat won’t dry out. --split-- You’ll enjoy a succulent flavor and a very tender texture. --split-- Ingredients 3 lbs flank steak (serves 6) Olive oil Cuso’s Hot Honey BBQ Rub ** Thinly sliced green pepper Thinly sliced red pepper Thinly sliced white onion **...

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At What Temperature are Ribs Done?

At What Temperature are Ribs Done?

I’m a huge fan of ribs in any way, shape, or form. But they can be tricky. If you don’t cook them right, they can be underdone or overdone and tough as leather. So, at what temperature are ribs done? The USDA says ribs are safe to eat when the internal temperature is 145F. Mind you, various cooks will tell you different temperatures: 180F, 190F, 200F, etc. Why? Because the collagen in the meat will become gelatin for great tenderness. --split-- Why do We Love Ribs? When you look at a rack of ribs raw, you might wonder what all...

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Patricia Telesco
How to Dry Age Steak

How to Dry Age Steak

When you visit high-end restaurants, you may come across listings for dry-aged steak.  By the price, you’d anticipate the steak to be tastier. After all, a 50-100% markup from your regular steak is hefty. But the taste of dry-aged steak isn’t for everyone. Your personal preferences make a huge difference.  --split-- How to Dry Age Steak: What Does Aging Do? If you think of ripening an apple, aging a steak is kind of like that. As it ages, it takes on a distinct flavor and improved tenderness. A dry-age steak remains in a carefully controlled environment for between one week...

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