May 11th, 2015

Finishing Touches – Delicious Steak Butters

Sliced Filet Mignon with Butter

A finishing butter brings the taste of a fine steakhouse right to your backyard!

All you have to do is choose your favorite flavor (like blue cheese, sea salt and pepper, roasted garlic, honey orange, Scampi, Tuscan herb or black truffle) and place a dollop on your still sizzling steak right off the grill!

Grilling steak will never be the same again.

The smell! It’s to die for. And it adds a flavor pop that only steak butter can.

All your backyard barbecue guests can choose their favorite finishing butter and customize their own steak with whichever flavor speaks to them.

You will be the talk of the neighborhood. In a good way.

Try it this spring and your steaks will be sizzling with finishing butter all summer long, too!


January 23rd, 2015

Complements for Steak

Filet and Fries

No, I don’t mean, “Hello, steak, you’re looking delicious today.” That’s a compliment.

I mean things that complement a steak – like a luscious steak butter melting on top or a mushroom garnish.

One of my favorite things to do is grill up a bunch of filet mignons and serve them with different steak butters – like roasted garlic, tomato chipotle or Tuscan herb flavors.

Everyone can choose their favorite taste!

Another delicious complement is a nice finishing salt.

Now, when my dad taught me how to grill a steak, he never said anything about finishing salts. But sprinkling on a salt flavored with rosemary or garlic gives your steak an edge that kicks your grillmaster status up a notch or two.

Then, there’s the almighty steak sauce. A perfectly blended steak sauce brings out the richness in your steaks and makes sure it’s a steak you’ll remember.

These are my favorite complements for steak. What are yours?


June 5th, 2014

Everything Ribeye!

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Oh, the glorious ribeye! How I love you!

It’s my absolute favorite cut. It’s tender, but rich and hearty. Just the way I like it!

With or without the bone, it’s sliced from the prime rib. And so, so succulent.

The bone has been rumored to give the meat even more flavor, but for me, I prefer the simplicity of boneless. Beauty is, you get to decide for yourself!

Want to pair a ribeye with a nice wine? Try a Merlot or Cabernet Sauvignon for maximum impact. This wine pairing chart is fun to peruse when cooking a beautiful steak dinner.

Trying out a ribeye soon? Watch the ribeye video on this page. It’s a wonderful resource for chef tips and advice on cooking your ribeye perfectly. Check it out and heed this advice! :)

And when you’re ready to dive in, the ribeye recipes here are to die for! Try your hand at whipping up some Chipotle Buttered Ribeye Steaks or even Spicy Ribeyes Topped with Blue Cheese. You’ll be a pro in no time!

All this ribeye talk is making me hungry. I know what I’m having for dinner. How about you?

Photo courtesy of KansasCitySteaks.com.


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Hi! My name is Dena P., and I love steak. In fact, I’ve been on a quest for the perfect steak for a few years now.

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