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This simple and quick marinade will quickly become a favorite at your house with family and friends. Using a combination of simple and gourmet ingredients, you’re able to create an amazing flavor on your steak. This marinade could work on any number of cuts– so experiment to see what you like the best. Ingredients: 1Continue reading “Truffle Oil Marinated Steak”
In collaboration with Cabot Creamery Cooperative– Cabot is a co-operative owned by farm families throughout New England & New York and 100% of profits go back to the farmers. Jalapeño poppers are always a hit at my house. Sometimes, though, I don’t have the time to prep enough of them to make all the dinnerContinue reading “Smoked Jalapeno Popper Dip”
Directions: In a dish with a lid, combine the shallots, olive oil, mustard, agave syrup, soy sauce, smashed garlic, herbs and juice of the orange. Stir well to combine. Then pour in the bottle of 7Cellars The Farm Collection Pinot Noir. Submerge the tri tip steak in the wine marinade and place the whole thingContinue reading “Pinot Noir Marinated Tri Tip”
With the hot days of summer here, it’s always a fun time to cook dishes that are light and refreshing. This simple steak marinade with a grilled pineapple salsa will hit the spot just right on those hot days. If you don’t like spicy then you can adjust the pepper or if you want itContinue reading “Spicy Herb Marinated Steak”
Father’s Day is just about two weeks away, which means now is the time to grab your gifts for the dads in your life. My wife and I are having twins in August, so this is my “last” unofficial Father’s Day (dogs count, right?). We’re pretty excited for the big change ahead, and wanted toContinue reading “Father’s Day”
In partnership with Rocky Mountain Ace Hardware Stores Without question, one of our favorite Traeger cooks is a juicy tri-tip steak. There’s something about the results when cooking on a Traeger Grill that just cannot be beat. The roast cooks perfectly– for all your diners– because the thinner ends end up more medium/well and theContinue reading “Tri-Tip Smoked Like a Brisket”
In Partnership with Rocky Mountain Ace Hardware Stores If you keep an eye on food trends, you’re likely to have seen that one of the current trends is a type of slow-cooked meat called Birria. Taco trucks are popping up with it, here in Denver there is one that has fusion food– Pho and Birria–Continue reading “Cheesy Birria-Style Tacos on the Traeger”
in partnership with Safeway Slow-smoked country style pork ribs are an incredibly delicious dinner that can be scaled up to feed a crowd. When they’re cooked low-and-slow on the Traeger Grill for several hours, they will develop a rich, smoky flavor that goes deep into the meat. After they’ve picked up lots of wood-fired flavor,Continue reading “Slow Smoked Country-Style Pork Ribs”
In partnership with Cabot Creamery Cooperative While spring is indeed just around the corner, we continue to get cold, blustery weather here in Denver that makes comfort food a must-have. Despite the weather, it’s always grilling season at our house, so we wanted to share this recipe for one of our grilled comfort-food go-tos. Shepherd’sContinue reading “Steak Tip Shepherd’s Pie with a Cheesy Cabot Crust”
In partnership with Safeway Sometimes, making a quick, simple and easy dinner is what is called for. It doesn’t always have to be elaborate and over the top- elevated comfort food can certainly hit the spot! We recently stopped by our local Safeway grocery store to get some simple seafood taco inspiration. The just forContinue reading “Two Seafood Tacos: Swordfish and Breaded Shrimp”
Last week, a quick grilled dinner was in order. After a search through our deep freezer for a cut we wanted to cook, we agreed on some amazing Frenched chicken thighs from our local poultry company, Red Bird Farms. These are a little like airline chicken breasts, but with the dark meat instead. The thighContinue reading “Maple-Mustard Chicken Thighs”
In partnership with Safeway. Start the New Year off right with a fun and healthy grilled dinner! These bison sliders are a great alternative to the traditional slider, using ground bison meat that I got at my local Safeway. Bison is naturally leaner than ground beef, with a slightly richer flavor. It grills up reallyContinue reading “Bison Sliders”
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