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Best Steak Cuts

spicy sweet potato fries Ingredients 4 large sweet potatoes 4 tbls evoo 1-1/2 tsp course sea salt 1 tsp ground cumin 2 tsp ground chili powder 1 tsp garlic powder Cayenne, Black pepper, to taste Preheat oven to 500 degrees. Cut sweet potatoes into steak-fries sized pieces. Place in a bowl and toss with olive oil and spices until fully coated. Lightly oil one or two large cookie sheets. Spread on cookie sheets in a single layer. Roast for 30 to 40 minutes.Stir and flip about every 10 minutes


Find Out Which Steak Cuts Are Best For The Grill

Find out which cuts of beef are best on the grill, and which ones should be braised or smoked!

from goodtoknow

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beef and ale pie

from BBC Good Food

Wild venison, field mushroom & ale pudding

Wild venison, field mushroom & ale pudding recipe - Recipes - BBC Good Food

from ShortList Magazine

The Ultimate Steak Manual

The Ultimate Steak Manual - Food - ShortList Magazine's guide to steaks. I always get confused at to what is what, so this will be helpful.

from BBC Good Food

Best-ever onion rings

Golden crispy onion rings are the undisputed king of sides, pair with our thick-cut T-bone steak for the ultimate steak dinner

from delicious. magazine

The meat guide: beef

The meat guide: BEEF This guide includes advice on how to buy and cook every cut

from Ren Behan Food |

A Sneak Peek of Jamie's Mothership Sunday Roast Lamb Recipe - Ren Behan

Roast shoulder of lamb gives you the most tender, sweet, delicious meat that just falls off the bone – it's definitely my favourite cut of lamb for roasting. Cooked in this way, you can get everything you want for a good price, feed six people, and have loads of leftovers. Keep the bones and any spare mint sauce for later recipes too.

from Cool Mom Eats

How to cook steak perfectly: 5 of the best steak recipes

How to grill a strip steak perfectly, and 5 fabulous recipes to really make it sizzle.


Leg steak. Cut from the leaner part of the leg, you can buy lamb leg steaks with the bone in or boneless. A 'bone-in' steak is cut from the centre of the leg, whilst boneless steaks are cut from the larger leg muscles. Lamb leg steaks are best grilled, griddled, pan-fried for 6-8 mins per side and make a great steak for the BBQ.