This video tells us about Coorong Angus Beef, which is restaurant quality Angus Beef which is avaliable direct to all consumers through Feast! Fine Food stores.
The video also provides tips on cooking your steak to perfection on a barbecue. Additionally the video tells us why many of the lesser known cuts of beef (e.g Blade) can still provide a very tasty result.
The video also looks at ‘Marbling’ which occurs with Coorong Angus Beef. It explains what it is and how it intensifies the flabour of the beef.
Coorong Angus Beef as well as many other cuts of branded beef are avaliable at all Feast! Fine Foods stores. Check us out online at www.feastfinefoods.com.au
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Atlanta BBQ and Gourmet Caterer / Grocery store, Douglasville Retail Meat and Smokehouse offers a wide variety of ribs for barbeque grilling. Owner David Widaski, a butcher for over 30 years and originally from Texas, shares the various cuts of ribs that you can purchase at the store or prepare at home and goes over the typical KC barbecue style of sauce application to get a nice thick crust.
The Smokehouse also offers a variety of spice rubs for the home chef to get restaurant quality at home. For more information, stop by the shop, visit www.MyGourmetSteaks.com or call 770-577-2374.
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Frying of a Prime Rib Steak!!
– RECIPE –
1. Get 1.5 inch thick high quality Prime Ribs and here we did it with steaks without any fat.
2. Marinade 30 min before you fry them. Add following:
- fresh rosemary
- freshly grind black pepper
- some chilly powder
- olive oil
- few drops of soya sauce (not more, will burn and spoil the steak)
- lemon/lime juice or vinegar
- a little bit of hazel nut oil if you like
3. mix all these with the meat nicely and let the spices distribute.
4. get the pan ready. it has to be maximum possible hot.
5. fry the steaks for 1 min each side till 5-6 minutes.
REMEMBER: add the salt to taste while frying the steak to retain the juicy flavours. if given before the water and all nice flavours will go out…
Let the Steak rest for 2-3 minutes and serve with lemon juice, herb butter and fresh olives and get some nice and crunchy bread to go with it…
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i did a boneless rib roast and it came out tough..
Please see this article for the best ways to tenderize a tough roast. This is geared towards novice cooks and people who have to buy meat on a budget. Additionally, the quality of meat has gone down:
Recently, people have been raising questions about the livestock industry. As livestock producers, its important to know that we pay close attention community concerns when we improve our farms. For more than 100 years, farms like ours have been providing you with high quality pork. And farmers like us follow strict, state regulations. But to be successful, we have to grow just like any other business, because we want to provide you with the best product, at the best price, for generations to come.
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Join Cumbraes Jerry Meneses as he gives you cooking instructions for BBQ Beef Ribs.
The Cumbrae’s tradition of farm-to-fork quality started over a decade ago when third-generation butcher Stephen Alexander first brought Cumbrae Farms’ naturally raised meats to Toronto’s food connoisseurs.
Cumbrae’s has become Toronto’s meeting place for people who love to buy, prepare and eat great food. For leading chefs, ardent connoisseurs and families who value quality, Cumbrae’s enthusiastic staff set the standard for personal service, great cooking advice and true enjoyment of food.
Read more about Cumbraes farm-to-fork philosophy at www.cumbraes.com
Created by Neil Mills and Stephen Alexander
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Clarknor Productions presents…
Rise Of Prime Beef
With so little footage of their tasks, Prime Beef became an elusive team. From what was available, this film arose documenting the rise of Prime Beef…
Run time: 12.48
Certificate: 15 – Scenes may contain obscene language, violent behaviour and may not be suitable for younger audiences.
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Can anyone explain to me the quality, taste, cost etc. of different types of steak? I don’t really know anything about meat quality, but I want to get the highest quality steak (for a reasonable price) for my dad’s birthday. I’m looking at Omaha Steaks and I just realized I have no idea what to look for! What would you recommend and why? Also, what would be the most impressive?
My dad loves to cook and barbecue, but he’s cheap so I’m ordering him expensive marinated meat– so no restaurant recommendations please!
I want to know about:
1) Filet Mignon
2) Prime Rib
5) Strip Steak
If he likes his steaks well-done, you may want to stick with the Rib-eye; it has a higher fat content therefore will retain more moisture and flavor. If he is eating his steak at a medium or more rare doneness then I would recommend the Filet Mignon or Porterhouse (most expensive, readily available cuts). I personally think Porterhouse has more flavor and a good combination of meat with the bone-in and you get a piece of Filet Mignon on one side of the bone and a Strip Steak on the other side of the bone ( I save the super tender Filet side to eat last). So obviously, a more economical but still yummy steak is a Strip Steak. Rib-eye, T-bone and Sirloin are OK and just a note on Prime Rib; cooking time would be a good bit longer (larger cut of meat) and is generally served with a very pink center (rare to med rare) if that is a concern for his meat-eating preferences