How To Pan Roast the Perfect Steak

How To Pan-roast the Perfect Steak

Do you know how to pan-cook a perfect steak? Let America’s #1 family of butchers show you how!

There are 8 steps to a perfect steak and the ingredient list is simpler than you think.

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Try these New Video Recipes to Impress Your Valentine!

When it comes to romantic occasions, your sweetheart is guaranteed to be impressed if you put the time and effort into a delicious, intimate, candlelit dinner at home.

Nothing shows your affections better than the attention required to craft the perfect menu and attend to every detail of a lovingly prepared meal.

To inspire you, we’ve asked some of our friends on YouTube to create an amazing entree worthy of this romantic holiday using product from our online butcher shop. What they’ve come up with are some really drool-worthy preparations.

Check out these all-new videos (below) and get inspired for your best Valentine’s Day dinner yet!

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Cut of the Month: Rack of Lamb

The Lobel family of Lobel’s Prime Meats in Manhattan and Lobel’s of New York online butcher shop are fourth- and fifth-generation butchers. With our Cut of the Month series, we will bring you their wealth of knowledge and expertise on specific cuts of meat, including their unique characteristics, preparation methods, and how to select the best cut.

Mild and delicate, Lobel’s Frenched Rack of Lamb is exquisite. It is a sophisticated roast that makes a beautiful presentation and is easy to carve.

At 24 ounces, it’s the perfect cut for two to share. And since Valentine’s Day is almost here, we’ve selected Rack of Lamb as this month’s Cut of the Month.

Lamb - Frenched Rack - Plated

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NEW! Lobel’s Introduces Prime Rib Burger

Prime rib isn’t just for holidays and Sunday suppers anymore! We’ve taken what our customers love about prime rib—the juiciness and the bold, beefy flavor—and incorporated it into a burger.

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Culinary Classic: Boeuf Bourguignon

When venerated chef, cookbook author, and TV celebrity, Julia Child, launched her groundbreaking televised cooking show “The French Chef” in 1962, she chose for her first recipe on her first show a classic peasant stew of beef, mushrooms, onions, and red wine: Boeuf Bourguignon.

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Culinary DIY: Sweetheart Steak

When you mean “I love you,” say it with steak

Here’s a delight for the eye as well as the palate: The Sweetheart Steak—a boneless rib or strip steak butterflied into the shape of a heart. As you might imagine this is a popular presentation for birthdays, anniversaries and, of course, Valentine’s Day.

And while you can have one of Lobel’s master butchers butterfly a steak for you, here are DIY instructions to butterfly at home.

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How To Pan Roast the Perfect Steak

How To Pan Roast the Perfect Steak

Do you know how to pan-cook a perfect steak? Let America’s #1 family of butchers show you how!

There are 8 steps to a perfect steak and the ingredient list is simpler than you think.

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Spice Explorer: Bouquet Garni

Do you find yourself using the same spices and herbs over and over again? Want to get exotic? You don’t have to fly around the planet to get that experience. You can do it right in your own kitchen. With Spice Explorer, we’re taking you on a trip, a journey of palate-pleasing discoveries. Every culture has certain flavor characteristics that make its cuisine unique, distinctive, identifiable. Inject your cooking with new life and new flavors from around the world with Lobel’s Spice Explorer. Buckle up! Here we go!

Building Aroma and Flavor: Bouquet Garni

Bouquet garni is a bundle of fresh or dried herbs that is used to flavor a wide variety of dishes, from soups, stews, braises, sauces, and much more. These herbal accents are very identifiable and bring a depth of flavor and interest to every dish.

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Culinary Classic: Seafood Chowder

On a cold wintry day, nothing satisfies like a steaming bowl of chowder.

To say that chowders are popular and come in all varieties would be a gross understatement. Type “chowder recipes” into Google and in less than half a second, you’ll get more than a million results.

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Culinary DIY: Dumplings

Dumplings are one half of the quintessential comfort food: chicken and dumplings. There’s a reason we’ve already written about it in our Culinary Classic: Chicken and Dumplings. Sure, you can have chicken soup without dumplings and you can certainly enjoy it that way, but once you add dumplings to soup, you really take it to the next level.

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