Category: Beef

Making the Most of a Whole Tenderloin

Ok, let’s say that watching Evan Lobel’s video on breaking down a whole tenderloin inspired you get a whole tenderloin for yourself to sharpen your home-butchering skills. And let’s further assume that you’ve already taken the initial steps to separate the whole tenderloin into its three principal parts: head, middle, and tail.

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New Video! How to Butcher a Tenderloin

Whether you’re looking to be more economical by buying larger cuts and breaking them down at home, or if you want to be more hands-on with your food, or if you’re just a DIY-er at heart, this new video is for you. Evan Lobel walks you through how to butcher a whole tenderloin at home.

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Your Complete Holiday Roast Resource

At this time of year, it seems that everyone is planning for that big holiday dinner. Some of the most frequent questions we get are about rib roasts: How big? How many servings? How long to roast? What temperature?

So we’ve assembled just about everything we could think of to tell you about planning and preparing one of our rib roasts for your holiday extravaganza.
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Kicking up the “Wow!” Factor

Keeping it simple is a good strategy for everyday cooking. But when holidays come around, a great host really goes all out for family and friends. You want to serve a meal to remember. And that means taking the extra step, going the extra mile. We’ve put together some ideas that are a feast for the eyes as well as the palate.
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New Video! How To: Grill Burgers with Direct Heat

What is more perfect to enjoy during a football game than a plump and juicy burger hot off the grill? Burgers up to 3/4 inch in size are best grilled using direct heat. In this how-to video tutorial, Evan Lobel shows you the step-by-step process of grilling a burger with the direct heat method.

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We’re Raising the Bar on Stadium Food

The 2011 football season is officially underway, and Lobel’s has once again teamed up with Weber Grills to bring New York Jets and New York Giants fans the ultimate hot-off-the-grill steak and chicken sandwiches. And we’ve got a new convenient location!

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Super Menus are Great for any Game Day!

Football season is back. (And thank goodness it is!) That means it’s time for pigskin parties galore.

We’ve developed some menus for Super Sunday, but you don’t need to wait for February to give them a go, they’re perfect for any game—Thursday, Sunday, or Monday night!

And no matter what your party style, one of these menus is sure to please your hungry crowd of football fans. (more…)

Host a Delicious Pigskin Party

The rumble of the school bus. The crackle of leaves underfoot. The roar of the crowd and the tweet of the ref’s whistle. Yes, that means fall is here and so is football season. So gather all your buddies and host a football-watching party they won’t soon forget.

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Getting Ready for the Big One

If you’ve ever cooked with a wok, you know that making a stir fry is 90% preparation and 10% execution.

Staging a cookout for a large gathering of friends and family doesn’t stray too far from that basic formula.

Sure, a catering company would be one way to go. But for the intrepid grill enthusiast or pit master, cooking for 50 or more people for the first time is an all-out adventure.

Of course, there’s nothing you can do about the weather, except have a strong Plan B.

But what you can control—and the bottom-line question to the whole shindig—is: Can you get enough food out on time to feed everyone adequately?

With preparation, the answer is: Yes! (more…)

A Meat Tasting: Give Them Something to Talk About

Forget politics and religion for party talk. If you really want to get your get your guests involved in intense conversation and passionate debate, getting them to talk about food is a sure winner.

Everyone thinks they know what they like. So everyone has an opinion about food preferences. However, when presented with an array of side-by-side samplings, you’ll find participants admitting that they surprised themselves with the discovery of what they didn’t know about the nuances of tasting and their own taste preferences. (more…)

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